The market for insect pest
control is being driven due to the increasing concern for household hygiene in
order to establish healthy living conditions. Additionally, owing to an
increase in demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions, the
insect pest control industry is predicted to boost during the forecast period.
Various methods such as cultural control, host resistance, physical control,
mechanical control, biological control, and chemical control, are involved in
the pest control industry. In this report we have considered insect pest
control management companies as well as pest control service provider companies
for better understanding of the market. Insect Pest Control Market size is forecast to reach US$22,078.2 million by 2027, after growing at a CAGR of 5.2% during 2022-2027.
Several life-threatening disease outbreaks, mostly caused by insect vectors, have occurred in the previous decade, including chikungunya, influenza, H1N1 virus, Zika virus, and dengue. Several government agencies have public health and sanitation legislation in place to prevent disease outbreaks. Government activities, such as public awareness campaigns and laws, play a vital role in pest and insect control. These projects include the development of techniques to improve the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, environmental impact, and sustainability of insecticides. With food safety precautions implemented in the food processing industry, food handling areas, and warehouses, it has become critical to apply pesticide control approaches through service providers. This is expected to boost the market growth. The COVID-19 epidemic has presented new problems as well as new opportunities for the market's leading participants. There was some variation in company business; nevertheless, significant participants in the pest control sector saw an overall improvement in business as a result of regions that were badly hit by a coronavirus. During the pandemic, the sales of insect pest control services increased, as the demand for insect pest management services from various end-user application industries such as residential, commercial, industrial, and livestocks inclined significantly, particularly in North America and Europe. During the COVID-19 epidemic, consumers in North America saw insect pest treatment as an effective means to maintain a pest-free environment, health, and wellness.
North America region dominated the insect pest control market in terms of revenue with a share of 55% in 2021 and is projected to dominate the market during the forecast period (2022-2026). The rise of comprehensive pest management solutions such as general pest control, bed bug inspections, mosquito & termite, and fumigations resulted in the development of the promising pest service operators in Canada. Thus, in April 2021, Rentokil acquired Target Pest Control, Canada to continue its legacy of premium customer service in the residential and commercial Nova Scotia market. Presently, consumers are more aware of environmental pest management solutions, and thus, Terminix acquired Environmental Pest Control, in March 2022, to offer healthy and clean environment services to more than 100 cities in Ontario, Canada. In May 2021, Terminix Global Holdings Inc., a leading provider of essential pest and termite control services to residential and commercial customers, acquired Citron Hygiene, the pest control division of Canada. The acquisition was formed to denote Terminix's geographic density in the Canadian pest control market, making the company the third largest pest management company in Canada. Such a factor contributes to the market growth in the forecast period.
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Insect Pest Control Market Growth Driver
Adoption of IoT and AI-based insect pest control technologies
The use of AI and IoT has increased the effectiveness and efficiency of insect pest control by combining a variety of techniques such as chemical pesticides, biological agents (predators and microbials), light traps, and synthetic pheromones. This comprehensive formulation is commonly referred to as Integrated Pest Management (IPM). The adoption of various trending technologies, such as AI, has been on the rise due to the low service cost and its continuous operation in remote and difficult-to-access regions without interfering with the facility's operation. As a result, which is expected to drive the demand for digital pest control solutions in the upcoming years. Rentokil, a pest treatment company, is employing AI-based picture recognition technology to identify and treat numerous sorts of pests and vermin. To identify pests, some of the company's pest control professionals use an Android smartphone app developed by Accenture. When a technician notices a rise in a certain type of bug or other insect, he or she can take a picture of the pest and use the PestID app to identify it. The image is then transmitted to Google's image classification and machine learning algorithms, which examines many pest photos and identifies the intruder. When a positive identification is established, the app quickly presents remediation solutions to assist technicians in determining treatment methods, including appropriate chemicals and homeowner advice. Since AI has reduced the number of technician visits, this has resulted in lower service costs and, ultimately, higher adoption in the future.
Research and Development (R&D):
The Insect Pest Control Subprogramme conducts research and development (R&D) in the FAO/IAEA Agriculture and Biotechnology Laboratories in Seibersdorf. The Laboratory focuses in practical research, as well as technique development and adaptation, as required by operational Field Projects assisting Member States in the application of the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT).
The Sterile Insect Technique is being improved through research and development at the Insect Pest Control Laboratory (SIT). Development and improvement of mass-rearing techniques, radiation biology, mating behavior, strain competitiveness and compatibility, molecular biology, genetics, development of genetic sexing strains, use of probiotics, hormones, and semiochemicals to enhance sterile male behavior, and quality control and management of reared and released insects are among the major R&D topics.
The Major Players in this Market Include
Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the insect pest control market. Global insect pest control top 10 players include: Rollins Inc., Terminix International Company Limited, Rentokil Initial, Ecolab, Anticimex, Massey Services Inc., Arrow Exterminators, Truly Nolen of America Inc., Aptive Environmental, COOK’s Pest Control and Others. In September 2021, Anticimex acquired Bumipest Sdn. Bhd which is a leading pest control and fumigation company in Malaysia and this acquisition will enable Anticimex to expand its presence in Malaysia. Also, in December 2019, Anticimex strengthened its position in Benelux market by acquiring SGS Pest Control and Fumigation whose acquisition has made Anticimex to provide premium quality pest control services along with SMART technology to its customers.
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