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The lighting fixtures market in China

This report offers an accurate full analysis of the lighting fixtures market in China, providing lighting fixtures industry statistics (production and consumption, imports exports) for both indoor and outdoor lighting, details on the supply structure (light sources) and on the marketing mix (distribution channels, reference prices). The report also analyses sales data and market shares of the top 100 manufacturers in China, giving their sales data, market shares and short company profiles. Market shares are given also by single product segment and subcategory (ex. office lighting, retail lighting, etc.) Lighting fixtures industry production is broken down by segment (residential lighting, commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting) and by light sources used (incandescence, fluorescence, gas discharge, LEDs, fiber optics). Data on Residential Lighting are broken down by style (traditional, modern, design) while data on commercial lighting are given by kind of application (hospitality, office, retail, entertainment, infrastructures). Industrial Lighting data include lighting for industrial sites, hospitals, explosion-proof and emergency lighting. Outdoor Lighting includes residential outdoor lighting, lighting for urban landscape, lighting for major roads, tunnels and area lighting. Lighting fixtures exports and imports are provided by country and product (residential lighting, commercial lighting, lighting fixtures components). The analysis of lighting fixtures distribution channels by country covers: direct sales/contract, wholesalers, lighting specialists retailers, furniture chains/department stores, DIY/Hyper, E-commerce. Addresses of around 250 Chinese lighting fixtures manufacturers are also included.

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number S27.

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Length: 160 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2014
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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s27
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