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The kitchen furniture market in Russia

CSIL has been studying the kitchen furniture market in Russia and Central Eastern Europe for almost 10 years and for the third time is now publishing a specific Report on the Russian kitchen furniture market. The Report The kitchen furniture market in Russia analyses production, distribution, consumption, trade, competition for one or the most challenging markets for this sector, providing kitchen furniture production and consumption statistics and trends, as well as import and export data by country and by geographical area of origin/destination. The survey involved collecting information from approximately 100 sector companies either through active participation (direct replies to an interview or completion of a questionnaire) or from company balance sheets, figures and estimates. Information on the competitive system include sales data and market shares of 50 among the top kitchen furniture manufacturers in this area (Russian, German, Italian kitchen furniture players). Highlights on distribution channels are given, as well as a list of 200 among the most important retailers selling kitchen furniture in Russia (from middle to luxury end) by Region. The kitchen furniture production in Russia is broken down by style, cabinet door material, worktop material. The Report shows also a wide range of macro-economic indicators (Country indicators, Real growth of GDP up to 2020, population indicators, data on building activity). The report covers both kitchen furniture and the built-in appliances sold through this channel. A chapter is dedicated to major appliances by category (cooking appliances, hoods, refrigerators, dishwashers. An address list of the major players in the kitchen furniture industry in Russia is also included.

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Paper provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its series CSIL reports with number S25RU.

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Length: 65 pages
Date of creation: Jan 2016
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s25ru
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