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The lighting fixtures market in the United States

This report offers a comprehensive picture of the lighting fixtures industry in the United States, providing trends in lighting fixtures production and consumption, imports and exports. Data on the supply structure, reference prices and distribution channels in the US lighting industry are also provided, as well as sales data, market shares and short company profiles of the major US lighting fixtures companies. The US production of lighting fixtures is broken down by segment (residential lighting, commercial lighting, industrial lighting, outdoor lighting), by light source (incandescence, fluorescence, gas discharge/metal halide, LED) and by geographical area (USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia Pacific). Data on residential lighting are broken down by style (traditional, transitional, contemporary), while data on commercial lighting are broken down by destination (hospitality, retail, office, entertainment, art and museums, public infrastructures). Industrial lighting consists of lighting for industrial plants, explosion-proof, marine, healthcare and emergency lighting. Outdoor lighting includes residential outdoor lighting, lighting for urban landscape, lighting for major roads, tunnels, area lighting (sporting plants, parking). A breakdown of the US lighting fixtures imports and exports is provided by country and by geographical area. Data on employment, trends of the building industry, as well as figures on population and disposable income in the United States are also included. Reference prices are given for the main lighting products, including features and retailer. The analysis of lighting fixtures distribution channels covers: Distributors and Reps; Lighting specialists; Contract, Projects; DIY and Home Centers; Furniture stores, antique and furniture chains; Department stores; Mail order and E-Commerce. A selection of major lighting fixtures wholesalers and retailers with data on last available turnover and number of employees is also provided. Main US lighting fixtures magazines, exhibitions and trade associations are mentioned. An overview of the competitive system is outlined, with data on sales and market shares for the major lighting fixtures companies (both US and foreign) in each segment: residential lighting, commercial lighting, industrial lighting, outdoor lighting. Short company profiles are given for the main players in the US market.

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number S15.

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Length: 148 pages
Date of creation: Jun 2015
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s15
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