Wood Chipper Market Anticipated to Grow at 3.4% by 2032

Wood chippers serve as robust machines designed to efficiently reduce wood, predominantly tree limbs and trunks, into smaller wood chips. These devices play a pivotal role in streamlining cleanup processes, offering an ideal solution for minimizing the workload associated with garden maintenance.

The global wood chipper market has seen significant growth, reaching a valuation of USD 418.2 Million in 2021, poised to exceed USD 430.4 Million by the close of 2022. This upward trajectory is expected to continue, driven by increasing adoption across diverse end-use sectors. Projections indicate a steady 3.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2022 and 2032, culminating in a total market value of USD 598.6 Million by 2032.

Their utility extends beyond residential settings, finding growing applications across construction sites and various industries. Wood chippers facilitate the chipping of a wide array of wood materials into smaller chips, which can then be conveniently transported and utilized as fuel across multiple sectors.

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Recent Developments

  • In September 2022, Timberwolf launched the RW 280HB, a hybrid wood chipper, to meet the growing industry trend toward more sustainable solutions.
  • In 2020, Vermeer EMEA launched the BC200, a brush chipper, its first machine fully developed in the Netherlands.

Key Companies

  • Terex, Morbark
  • Bandit
  • Vermeer
  • Patriot Products Inc.
  • Avant Tecno Oy
  • Bruks
  • Siwertell Ab
  • Bugnot 52
  • Crary Industries, Inc.
  • Wajax Limited
  • Barreto Manufacturing Inc.
  • Salsco Inc.
  • Vecoplan, LLC
  • Bca Industries Inc.
  • Pequea Machine, Inc.

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Key Segments

By Product Type:

  • Disc Type
  • Drum Type
  • Screw Type

By Fuel Type:

  • Diesel Engine
  • Petrol Engine
  • Electric Driven

By Capacity:

  • 10-250 kg/hr
  • 250-3000 kg/hr
  • 3000-10000 kg/hr
  • Above 10000 kg/hr

By End Use:

  • Construction
  • Forestry & Biomass
  • Paper & Pulp
  • Timber Factories & Sawmills
  • Others

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