Furniture distribution in Hungary
AbstractHungary is the fourth home furniture consumer country among the New European Members after Poland, Czech Republic and Romania. Home furniture consumption reaches a value of about Euro 1 billion. Birth of Furniture Malls (such as Max City), the limited presence of specialist outlets and the tendency to reduce the number of traditional outlets characterise the furniture distribution in Hungary. This Report, produced by CSIL, Centre for Industrial Studies, offers an analysis of home furniture distribution sector in Hungary and provides an economic overview of the country; trend for home furniture consumption; breakdown of home furniture sales by distribution channel (specialized furniture distributors (furniture chains, franchising, buying groups, independent furniture retailers), non-specialist distributors (department stores, multistores, hypermarkets, DIY) and others. The analysis of furniture distribution by product/segment covers: upholstered furniture and kitchen furniture. Home furniture imports are broken down by country, geographical area and product (upholstered furniture, kitchen furniture, dining and living room furniture, bedroom furniture, non-upholstered seats and other furniture). Short profiles of major home furniture distributors with analysis of sales performance are also available.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number EU15HU.
Length: 25 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2008
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