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The office furniture market in the United States

CSIL Market Research The office furniture market in the United States provides an overview of the office furniture market in the USA with historical trends of production and consumption, imports and exports data. The report is enhanced by an in-depth analysis of the competitive system in terms of company dimension, manufacturing locations and product breakdown. Figures on sales and estimates on market shares of the leading office furniture manufacturers operating in the United States are also available (total office furniture production and segments: seating, operative desks, executive furniture, storage, other products). The sample has been extended to more than 100 among the leading North American manufacturers. Short profiles of the top office furniture manufacturers are also available. Office furniture market is analysed by segment (office seating, operative desks, executive furniture, office storage, other products) Office furniture imports and exports are broken down by country and by geographical area of origin/destination. A focus on the domestic market includes sales by region and by main distribution channel. A directory of some of the main dealerships in major metropolitan areas is also included. An analysis of the market potential focuses on non-residential construction sector: office, lodging, healthcare, educational, etc. Values on construction put in place and forecasts until 2020 are also provided. Over 100 addresses of key operators are included. The study has been carried out involving direct interviews with more than 100 sector firms, distributors and sector experts operating in North America.

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Paper provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its series CSIL reports with number S06.

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Length: 86 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2016
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s06
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