The status quo of Industrial Goods

The industry took a big hit in 2020 when the Covid pandemic caused havoc in supply chains, and consumer demands shifted. However, even as macro factors such as geopolitical instability and a potential economic downturn continue to impact all industries, the demand for industrial goods is expected to increase.


Global industrial goods sales are projected to reach over $15,000 billion by 2030, with Chinese companies accounting for over half of that.

As the global need for large-scale industrial projects increases, so too does the pressure for digital transformation. 2023 and beyond will see several key trends impacting industrial goods, from Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) to sustainability and ongoing supply chain disruption. Efficiency and productivity will be vital in differentiating the winners from the losers, with those able to adapt and evolve with new technologies better able to ride the digital transformation wave.

For industrial goods players to secure their position in this lucrative market, they must first understand the challenges they’re facing, and analyze the digital commerce solutions before them. The key to success lies in digitizing quickly, iterating, and increasing capabilities along the way. Read on to find out more.



Spryker is an eCommerce platform that has gained traction in the industrial goods sector. Its modular and adaptable design allows industrial goods manufacturers to develop an online store that integrates effortlessly with their existing supply chain and logistics, optimizing processes and enhancing their reach to customers. Spryker provides B2B functionalities that cater to the needs of industrial goods companies. Utilizing Spryker, these companies can create a B2B portal that showcases their brand identity and delivers personalized shopping experiences to corporate clients. This strategy can result in increased sales and greater brand loyalty across the B2B channel.
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