Market Research Report
Global Bakery Processing Equipment Market - 2021-2028
|Global Bakery Processing Equipment Market - 2021-2028|
Published: November 16, 2021
Content info: 180 Pages
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Bakery processing equipment is used to make bakery items like bread, cookies, cakes, pastries, pizza, biscuits, doughnuts, and other baked goods. Various types of equipment are used in bakeries for various procedures such as baking, mixing, molding, enrobing, cooling, extrusion, and others. Because of the growing number of bakery schools, bakers are becoming more aware of how to operate upgraded bakery processing machinery, which has increased demand for high-quality customized bakery processing equipment. The global bakery processing equipment market valued USD XX million in 2020 and is forecasted to reach USD XX million by 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period (2021-2028)
Increasing consumer demand for bakery products
The bakery sector is one of the largest in the world, with a wide range of manufacturing scales and processes. The global baked goods market has shown rapid recovery following the economic recession and recorded strong growth over recent years. According to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the global bakery market retail value is increased from $321.8 billion in 2014 to $338.7 billion in 2015 with 5.3% growth rate. In the overall bakery market worldwide, the top markets are the U.S., China, and Brazil, in total accounting for 30.8% of the world's market share. Factors associated with expansion of baked good products market are convenience; affordability; health benefits; and growing demand for healthier fortified baked products that contain low levels of fats, sugar, and calories. In addition, bakery products have become increasingly accessible to all age groups and are sold as ready-to-eat. Thus, growing consumption of bakery products contributes to the development of bakery processing industry, and thereby increases the demand for bakery processing equipment. Moreover, due to rising energy and labor expenses, as well as rising food ingredient raw material costs, bakery manufacturers are increasingly focusing on improving their production efficiency. This is predicted to increase demand for innovative automated bakery processing machines that provide higher efficiency and less food waste. Equipment automation boosts throughput by reducing the amount of manual labor necessary and boosting equipment adaptability, allowing for quick product changes.
However, high fixed cost and maintenance of equipment is expected to hinder the market growth to a certain extent. Established food processors, such as bakery manufacturers, must make significant capital investments in order to establish machine lines to produce specific or new baked items. According to the American Bakers Association, cookie and cracker manufacturers spend almost USD 800 million on energy each year in the United States. An average bread and roll bakery spend around USD 200,000 per year on energy, while a cookie and cracker bakery spend around USD 1.5 million per year. Although upgrading old machinery improves efficiency, it has a negative impact on the company's fixed cost structure. The expense of installing new machinery is high, as are the costs of timely maintenance. Small and medium-sized businesses cannot afford to invest large sums of money in the installation of bakery processing equipment.
Increasing demand for sheeters and molders owing to their high functionalities
Sheeters and molders will be used more frequently as the global demand for biscuits and cookies increases. Sheeters are in high demand in commercial and retail bakeries due to their capacity to generate huge numbers of dough sheets in less time. To meet the expanding market demand, manufacturers are focusing on producing space-saving sheeters. For example, Z Matik S.r.l. introduced a new tabletop/bench sheeter in December 2020, which is ideal for bakeries with limited space. The new sheeter can handle Phyllo, short dough, doughnuts, biscuits, croissants, and puff pastries, among other doughs.
Ovens and proofers commanded a sizable market revenue share due to their widespread use in baking and the increased demand for baked goods. Furthermore, the advent of low-energy-consumption ovens is projected to propel the market. In the baking industry, the oven is the most essential processing stage since both heat and transfer phenomena occur concurrently inside ovens, causing biochemical and physiochemical changes in the product. This process also serves as a critical kill step, preventing bacteria from blossoming within the product.
The bread sector is predicted to lead the market in 2020, as per application. This is owing to the strong demand for bread in North America and Europe, as a result of the customers' dietary preferences in those regions. Furthermore, the market is likely to be driven by the growing demand for bread in once-traditional economies like India and China over the forecast period. Three of America's largest pizza firms planned to expand into undeveloped countries. Pizza Hut, for example, planned to establish 1000 new locations in China in 2019, followed by Papa John's and Domino's (each with 50 locations). Sieve, baking trays, dough dividers, dough scorers, weighing scales, bread molds, and ovens are some of the machines used in bread making.
Asia Pacific is expected to dominate the global bakery processing equipment market in the year 2020
The food industry has significantly contributed to the economic growth in Asia Pacific. The consumption of food products in Asia Pacific is rising steadily, driven by the growing population, rapid urbanization and increasing income. Due to the busy lifestyles of consumers in countries such as India, China and Japan students and workers of urban areas, in particular, are preferring bakery products as snacks. In China, imported bakery products witness increased demand due to their better quality and packaging. These factors are projected to contribute to the growth of the markets for bakery products. Over the years, the bakery processing equipment market in Asia Pacific has witnessed a significant growth due to the growing bakery and confectionery industries.
On the other hand, North America contributed for significant market revenue share in the year 2020. Limited-edition, nostalgic, and seasonal items are being offered by a number of North American brands to encourage consumers to buy bakery products. As a result, demand for bakery processing equipment with maximum flexibility, such as the ability to change the ingredients/raw materials batch by batch, is expected to rise significantly throughout the forecast period. In addition, the market in North America is being driven by rising demand for frozen baked goods, premium pastries, whole grain bakery items, and healthy snacks. The market is expected to grow due to the availability of well-established infrastructure facilities and the implementation of innovative manufacturing technologies.
The global bakery processing equipment market is fragmented and the global players are competing intensely with local and regional players and private labels. Some of the key players operating in the global market are Markel Ventures, Inc., Koenig Maschinen GmbH, John Bean Technologies Corporation, and Buhler Holdings AG among others. To expand their global footprint, industry participants are focusing on developing new types of bakery processing equipment as well as mergers and acquisitions. Baker Perkins Ltd., for example, designed and developed an automatic mold stacking & cool cart system for its ServoForm Mini for low-volume confectionery production in August 2021. The requirement for manpower to remove and stack molds from the machine is eliminated. With the debut of this product, the business will expand its ServoForm Mini line. Customers want reliable and efficient performance; thus, industry participants are producing goods with advanced automation technologies. Turri F.lli Srl, an Italian company, teamed with Eaton in March 2021 to automate and digitise its bakery equipment and systems.
COVID-19 Impact: Negative impact on the bakery processing equipment market
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the food and beverage industry. Several food processing companies, bakeries, and patisseries have closed as a result of strict lockdowns imposed by various governments and regulatory organizations around the world. Due to fewer sales of food goods during the COVID-19 pandemic, various industry participants and manufacturers saw a considerable decline in their overall bread processing equipment market statistics in FY2020. However, the demand for bakery processing equipment post-covid, is expected to increase as the demand for quantity and quality has forced high-volume artisan producers and larger plant bakers to upgrade equipment, while driving up efficiency and cracking down on waste.
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