The hotels industry has become the largest source of hotel supply chains.
The hotel industry has grown to $10.6 billion in revenue last year, up 9% from $8.6 trillion a year ago.
But even as demand for hotel lodging has grown, supply chains have shrunk, and the industry has seen its share of the supply chains decline from $6.3 trillion in 2010 to $4.4 trillion in 2020, according to a new study from the consulting firm Gartner.
Hotel supply chains are key to keeping the hotel industry afloat.
There are more than 1,000 hotels, and many of them operate out of the same building, making it more expensive for customers to find hotel accommodations.
Even the most popular hotels, such as the Holiday Inn, Marriott and Hyatt, are not as profitable as they once were.
Many of these hotels, including the popular Holiday Inn Express, have shuttered their doors.
The study also found that hotel supply chain performance is weak and that many of the industries have grown to a size where it’s no longer feasible to build new hotels.
Some hotels have even closed their doors, while others have expanded to accommodate guests from outside the country.
“The hotel supply and demand cycle is extremely complex and difficult to predict,” said Chris Silliman, senior research analyst at Gartners.
For example, if one industry is booming, another industry may be in the process of shrinking.
A hotel in China has been closing down and opening in Japan, which is experiencing its own hotel boom, Sillaman said.
And a hotel in the United States may be closing down, but it’s opening in Canada, which has been growing for decades.
It’s not only the hotel supply that’s important.
There’s also the transportation sector, which accounts for about 10% of the hotel and tourism industry, and that is growing, the report found.
In the past decade, the hotel transport industry grew by almost 20% annually, to $2.9 trillion in total revenue, according the study.
That is about a 10% increase from 2010.
When you factor in the hotel construction industry, which includes the construction of new hotels, hotels and apartments, the supply chain can shrink, the study found.
And that’s where hotels can be hit the hardest.
While hotel supply is strong, the demand for lodging is also strong.
According to Garters, there are about 8 million hotel rooms booked annually in the U.S., with about 3.7 million of them located in metropolitan areas.
About 75% of those rooms are available for booking in a single day, and about 50% of them are available during the peak of the season, the researchers found.
And when you factor those into the supply of hotel rooms, it’s not hard to see that hotels are going to need more hotel rooms.
The study found that demand for hotels is expected to rise in 2020 from $2 billion to $5 billion.
Gartner expects demand to increase from $3.3 billion to over $5.2 billion.