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The UK contract market. Furniture and interiors

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The production of outdoor furniture in the Italian market accounted for Eur 450 million in 2009. 65% of the Italian operators manufacture and retail tables, chairs and garden benches, the business of outdoor wooden structures (i.e gazebo) and of garden umbrellas is also significant. About 35% of sales are made via the contract channel, which has shown upward trends in the last three years. CSIL Market Research offers offers a comprehensive picture of the outdoor furniture industry in Italy, providing trends and basic data (production and consumption, imports and exports) of this sector. The report gives an overview of the Italian Outdoor furniture competitive system with major sector players information such as employees and segment of reference (garden chairs-tables-benches, outdoor structures, garden umbrellas). A breakdown of outdoor production by material (teak, wood, natural fibres, plastic and resin, steel and metal, aluminium, synthetic fibres) and by distribution channel (residential, contract) is also available. Short profiles of the main outdoor furniture manufacturers and distributors are provided. Data on leading sector companies and their turnover are given. Addresses of about 300 outdoor furniture manufacturers and distributors are also included. Products covered include: seats, tables, benches, sun-beds, armchairs, sofa, accessories etc. Product destination: household and contract segment including hotels, restaurants, bars, cafés, communities.

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number IT28.

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Length: 103 pages
Date of creation: Mar 2010
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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:it28

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