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The lighting fixtures market in Japan

The report analyzes the lighting fixtures market in Japan. It provides historical statistical data 2007-2012 of Production, International trade and Market size of the lighting fixtures industry. Macroeconomic forecasts up to 2015 are also provided. Lighting Demand of the Japanese market is broken down by product (decorative/residential lighting, architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting) and by light source (incandescence, fluorescence, gas discharge and metal halide, LED). A focus on LED lighting is provided: Japan market is compared with the world trend throughout historical data and forecasts up to 2015. A breakdown of lighting fixtures exports and imports of Japan is provided by country and by geographical area of destination/origin. The competitive system analyses the main companies present in the Japanese lighting fixtures market. Short profiles, sales and market shares are given by lighting segment (residential, commercial, industrial, outdoor) and for the total market. A breakdown of the distribution channels of lighting fixtures in Japan is given, together with short profiles and sales of a sample of lighting fixture distributors. Covered channels are: Wholesalers and Home Builders , Direct Sales and Contract , Lighting Specialists , Consumer Electronic Stores , Department Stores , DIY and Home Centres , Furniture Retailers and Furniture Chains, Lifestyle Concept Stores , Mail Order and E-Commerce. A list of magazines, fairs, associations is given. A list of almost 140 addresses of lighting fixtures manufacturers and other industry operators are included.

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Paper provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its series CSIL reports with number S37.

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Length: 68 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2013
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s37
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