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The lighting fixtures market in the United States

The 10th edition of The Lighting Fixtures market in the United States offers a comprehensive picture of the lighting fixtures industry in the US, providing data and trends 2010-2015. From one hand, the report analyzes the main trends affecting the market over the last five years, considering the production, the consumption, the imports and the exports of lighting fixtures in the country. On the other hand, it offers an analysis of the supply structure and the competitive system, an overview of the distribution system and the main players operating in the market. International Trade. Lighting fixtures exports and imports are considered, broken down by country and by geographical area of destination/origin. The time frame considered is 2010-2015. Supply Structure. The lighting fixtures market is divided in four main segments: residential-consumer, architectural-commercial, industrial, outdoor. Within them, the market is further break down by types of product, by light sources, and by the place of production. A financial analysis, on a sample of selected number of companies operating in the market, includes profitability ratios and their turnover per employee. Distribution Channels. The analysis of the distribution system is organized by the following channels: Contract/Builders, Lighting Specialists, Lifestyle stores, DIY stores, E-commerce. A selection of architectural offices and lighting designers is also included. Competitive System. Finally, the report offers an analysis of the leading local and foreign players present in the market and in each segment considered; through sales data, market shares and short profiles. An address list of more than 130 US lighting fixtures manufacturer is included. Among the considered products: indoor/outdoor lighting, decorative/residential lighting, commercial lighting, industrial lighting, technical lighting, traditional/transitional/contemporary lighting, floor/table/wall/ceiling lamps, suspensions, downlights/recessed, tracks/systems, projectors/spotlights, hospitality, retail, office lighting, entertainment lighting, lighting for museums, lighting for industrial plants, explosion-proof lighting, marine lighting, healthcare lighting, emergency lighting, residential outdoor lighting, lighting for urban landscape, Christmas lighting, street lighting, sporting facilities and galleries, incandescence, fluorescence, gas discharge, LED, OLED.

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Date of creation: Jun 2016
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