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The European market for bathroom furniture, furnishings and wellness

The study provides data on bathroom furniture and furnishings production and consumption, imports and exports. Estimates (in values and in volumes) on production are given for the following products: bathroom furniture, bathroom accessories, WC seats, shower screens/boxs, whirlpool bathtubs, multifunctional shower booths. For each product, information on the used material (laminated, lacquered, solid wood/veneer, plastic, ceramic, glass crystal, wood, polyester) and shape (central back to wall, round, corner, rectangular) are included when available. Figures on sales of the top companies broken down by product and by country are included. Sales of the main companies by country are also reported, together with short profiles of the leading national players. The analysis of bathroom furniture distribution channels covers: bathroom specialists, wholesalers, furniture outlets, large scale distribution, contract, DIY. Addresses of about 305 bathroom furniture and furnishings companies are also included. Countries covered: Northern Europe: Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden - Western Europe: Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands and the United Kingdom - Central Europe: Germany, Austria and Switzerland - Southern Europe: Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain - Central Eastern Europe and Russia: Poland, Other CEE countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Other CEE countries) and Russia

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number S12.

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Length: 141 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2014
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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s12
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