The automated feeding systems market, in terms of value, is estimated to account for nearly USD 5.1 billion in 2018 and projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.6%, to reach nearly USD 7.4 billion by 2023. The global automated feeding systems market is growing significantly in accordance with the commercialization, the increasing size of dairy farms, and the growing demand for milk and dairy products. The conventional techniques are proved to be unsuitable for large and commercial farm operations, which has led to the rising demand for automatic feeding systems and offers substantial cost advantages over conventional, manual feeding techniques globally.
Key players that have a strong presence in the automated feeding systems market include GEA (Germany), DeLaval (Sweden), Trioliet (Netherlands), VDL Agrotech (Netherlands), Pellon Group Oy (Finland), Dairymaster (US), Davisway (Australia), AfiMilk Ltd (Israel), Lely Holding (Netherlands), Sum-it Computer (UK), Boumatic LLC (US), and Fullwood Packo (UK).
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Major players in the market are mainly focusing on undertaking expansions for innovating and developing research centers to meet the growing requirements of consumers.
The core strength of the key players identified in this market is their growth strategies such as new product launches and expansions. Undertaking new product launches and expansions have enabled the market players to enhance their presence in the automated feeding systems market. Key players such as GEA (Germany) undertook these strategies to improve its distribution network, gain a stronger foothold, and enhance its market share.
This company is also focusing on offering a diverse range of automated feeding systems that comply with government regulations and policies across regions. For example, in November 2016, the company launched an automated feeder system known as Frone, which is suitable for herds of up to 2,000 cows and has an RFID sensor to improve the efficiency of dairy farms. In addition, in January 2016, the company launched Mix&Carry WIC, a fully automatic feeding system to optimize and coordinate all operational processes related to feeding.
In addition, in February 2016, the company is also focusing on expanding its production capacity in the UK and Europe by opening GEA UK facility, which offers the most advanced and efficient solutions and services to the food sector and other industries including dairy farming.
GEA Group AG is involved in the development, innovation, and marketing of a wide range of dairy farming products and solutions. The company operates under two business segments—business area equipment and business area solutions. It operates its global dairy herd management business through its key division GEA Farm Technologies GmbH. The company is focused on providing quality automated feeding equipment to the farmers, which enables them to deliver feed on time to the livestock. Feeding equipment such as automated feed pusher is manufactured by the company to help farmers save their time in the feeding of livestock. As an international technology group, the company also focuses on entering new markets through expansions in emerging and developed countries. To sustain its lead in the global market, the company is focusing on adopting growth strategies such as agreements. It also focuses on offering market-driven solutions to its customers, enabling them to meet the increasing demand for new products, using innovative technologies.
DeLaval is a leading developer, manufacturer, and distributor of dairy farming products and solutions for feeding systems and animal husbandry across the globe. It focuses on manufacturing and commercializing its innovative animal husbandry products and solutions globally through these business segments. The company provides systems and products that improve feeding efficiency and animal performance regardless of the existing feeding strategy or farm layouts. The company supplies highly efficient solutions for cattle feeding, which helps in reducing costs and increase productivity. It has a strong global presence, spanning Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas, and the Asia Pacific regions.
The company focuses on market strategies such as partnership agreements and new product launches. For example, in November 2018, the company signed a partnership agreement with CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers Home) to help farmers in the European Union for better sustainability in the long-term process of farming. In addition, in July 2014, the company launched innovative feeding systems—DeLaval Clover Liner, DeLaval Optimat, and DeLaval Optifeed, which enabled the company to strengthen its portfolio for automated feeding systems.
Automated Feeding Systems Market by Livestock (Ruminants, Swine, Poultry), Function (Controlling, Mixing, Filling and Screening), Offering, Technology, Integration, Type, and Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Row) - Global Forecast to 2023
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