Current Potential of the Chile Facility Management Market

Chile facility management market is at a growing stage. Chile facility management market in terms of revenue has increased at a positive CAGR of ~% during the review period 2013-2018. This growth was supported by increasing investor activities, cost control measures, greater demand from many end user sectors, adoption of sustainable practices and technological advances, along with rising demand for commercial and industrial sector in the country, wherein market players catered to the needs of the clients for both hard and soft services. Growth of the construction industry, owing to the government’s plan with respect to the development of transport infrastructure, energy and utilities coupled with affordable housing and investments in sea ports, railway lines, and special economic zone has triggered the demand for F facility management services in the country.

Integrated services are the largest contributor in the industry in terms of the revenues of the facility management industry in 2018 due to the nascence of FM industry and low awareness. The companies opt for integrated services in order to limit complexity by reducing number of service suppliers, maintain single point of contract and establish financial certainty of the customers. There are very few players offering integrated services as many players outsource the services which led to low revenue generation from this segment. Facility management market in Chile holds opportunities for potential FM companies to enter the market and provide its services, majorly in the commercial and hospitality sector, through development of large scale projects.

Chile Facility Management Market Segmentation

By Soft Services and Hard Services: Soft services contributed a significant share in the market of facility management in Chile with respect to revenue in 2018. The development in sectors such as real estate, commercial and tourism has amplified the demand for soft services in the country owing to rise in need for housekeeping, security and landscape access. The growing tourism in Chile has prompted the government to improve the airport facilities present in Chile. This includes construction of new projects which will aim to improve the customer. This has resulted in demand for high quality soft services. On the other hand, hard services accounted the remaining revenue share in facility management market.

By Type of Services (Single Services, Bundled Services & Integrated Services): Integrated facility services contributed a major share in terms of generating revenue for the industry in the year 2018. Bundled services are largely demanded by retail and commercial private sectors. This was followed by single and bundled facility management services in 2018.

By End User Sectors (Industrial and Public Infrastructure, Retail and Commercial, and Residential): Commercial sector contributed the highest revenue share in the overall facility management industry in Chile in the year 2018. This was followed by the residential sector and industrial sector. The infrastructure sector was largely driven by government expenditure on maintaining and developing roadways, rails and airports.

By Personnel Type (Out-Sourced Personnel & In-House Personnel): Facility management market in Chile in the year 2018 was dominated by services which required in-house staff for the companies in the market. It accounted for more than half of the total revenue share in the FM market of Chile while, the remaining share was accounted by the outsourced personnel segment during the year 2018.

Key Segments Covered:-

Soft Services and Hard Services

Soft Services

Cleaning Services

Landscaping Services

Security Services

Others (Pantry Services, Waste Management and Mailroom)

Hard Services

Electromechanical Services (including HVAC)

Operational and Maintenance Services

Fire Safety and Security Systems

Type of Services

Single Services

Bundled Services

Integrated Facility Services

End User Sectors

Industrial and Public Infrastructure

Retail & Commercial



Personnel Type

Outsourced Personnel

In-House Personnel

Key Target Audience:-

Facility Management Companies

Real Estate Companies

Foreign investors

Time Period Captured in the Report:-

Historical Period – 2013-2018

Forecast Period – 2018-2023

Companies Covered:-

ISS, Chile

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), Chile

Sodexo, Chile

Coldwell Banker Richard Ellis (CBRE), Chile

Colliers, Chile

Grupo Eulen, Chile

Grupo Facility, Chile

All Facility, Chile

Linkes Facility, Chile

Mancorp, Chile

Cushman and Wakefield, Chile

Aramark, Chile

Key topics covered in this report:-

Chile Facility Management Market

Chile Facility Management Industry

Facility Management Services Chile

Chile Retail Facility Management Market

Chile Industrial Facility Management Market

Chile Upcoming Commercial Projects

Fm Bundled Services In Chile

Iss Facility Services Market Revenue Chile

Facility Management Vendor Selection Chile

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Chile Facility Management Market

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