CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 21, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Modular Building Institute (MBI)—the world's largest trade association for the commercial modular construction industry—is excited to announce the public release of its three most recent annual industry reports.
These reports are being released in anticipation of MBI's new 2020 reports that will cover Permanent Modular Construction, Relocatable Buildings, and a complete overview of the Canadian modular construction industry.
For all its reports, MBI gathered statistical information about the size and growth of the commercial modular construction industry. These reports have become the leading source of information on the industry and are used worldwide by investment firms, banks, the media, researchers, consultants, and students.
Contents include General Industry Descriptions, Floors Shipped, Gross Sales, Sales by Market Segment, Dealer Gross Revenue, Lease Fleet Composition, Sale of Used Units, Industry Manufacturing Data, Industry Estimates, and Visuals of Contemporary Modular Buildings.
These newly-released reports include detailing findings and analysis, including:
"These annual reports have long been one of MBI's most valuable member benefits," said Tom Hardiman, Executive Director of the Modular Building Institute. "With the industry still going strong in light everything that's been going on, it's exciting to release these reports and help the industry further leverage this great data. And I'm proud of MBI and its members for leading the charge."
Updated reports that include data and research from 2019 will be released later this year. The new 2020 reports will be freely available to MBI member companies and cost $500 for nonmembers.
The complete 2019 industry reports are available now—in HTML and PDF formats—at https://www.modular.org/HtmlPage.aspx?name=analysis
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About MBI: Founded in 1983, the Modular Building Institute (MBI) is the international non-profit trade association serving modular construction. MBI strives to keep up with the latest trends of the modular/offsite construction industry and has expanded its membership over the years to include architects, owner/developers, and general contractors. As the Voice of Commercial Modular Construction (TM), it is MBI's mission to expand the use of offsite construction through innovative construction practices, outreach and education to the construction community and customers, and recognition of high-quality modular designs and facilities. To learn more, visit http://www.modular.org.
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