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The European market for kitchen furniture. Part I

The 25th edition of The European Market for Kitchen Furniture report offers an accurate comprehensive picture of the kitchen furniture industry in 16 Western European countries, providing 2009-2014 trends (in value and in volume) in kitchen furniture production and consumption, imports and exports. Marketing policies, distribution channels and the value and weight of the built-in appliances on kitchen furniture supply is further considered. A forecast on kitchen furniture consumption in 2015 on the EU16 level is provided, as well as a financial analysis of some of the main competitors, including ROE, ROA, EBITDA indices and their turnover per employee. The supply structure breaks down production by cabinet door material (solid wood, veneer, laminated, decorative papers, thermoplastic foils, lacquered, melamine/paper, aluminum, glass), by cabinet door style (classic, modern, design), by cabinet door colour (white, bright colours, neutral colours), by cabinet door type (high gloss, opaque) and by worktop material (solid surface materials, engineered and natural stone, laminated, tiles, steel, wood, glass). The analysis of kitchen furniture distribution channels covers: direct sales, contract/ building trade; kitchen specialists, DIY stores, furniture retailers, large furniture chains, mail order/e-commerce. The competitive system analyses the kitchen furniture production of the top European kitchen furniture manufacturers. Values are broken down by market segment (luxury, upper-end, middle, middle-low, low-end) and by country. Market shares are included, and the profiles of the main players in the kitchen furniture industry are also available. In the end, a focus on European kitchen exports by area of destination (Eastern Europe, Middle East, Asia and Pacific, North and Latin America).

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Length: 144 pages
Date of creation: Jun 2015
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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:eu04
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