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The lighting fixtures market in Asia Pacific

The report analyzes the lighting fixtures market in Asia Pacific. It provides historical statistical data 2009-2014 of Production, International trade and Market size of the lighting fixtures industry for the 11 countries considered (Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam). Macroeconomic forecasts up to 2018 are also provided. The Report has been produced using the following information sources: over 100 interviews with lighting fixtures manufacturers and other companies involved in related industries; statistical and international sales data; desk research, both online and offline; frequent discussions with customers of these Reports. Demand is broken down by segment (consumer/residential lighting, architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting) and by light source (Conventional and LED). A breakdown of lighting fixtures exports and imports in the 11 Asian countries considered is provided by country and by geographical area od destination/origin. An overview of the competitive system is outlined, with short company profiles, data on sales and market shares for the top lighting fixtures companies for each Asian Pacific country considered. Highlights on productive concentration by geographical area and data on employment in the lighting industry are also provided. A breakdown of lighting fixtures sales by distribution channel is estimated by Asian Pacific countries. Distribution channels considered: direct sales and contract; lighting fixtures specialists; furniture stores/chains, department stores, DIY; Wholesalers; e-commerce sales; appliances/electronic stores. When available, data on decorative lighting are broken down by style (traditional, modern, design), while data on architectural and commercial lighting are broken down by application (hospitality, retail, luxury shops, office, entertainment, big infrastructures). Industrial lighting consists of lighting for industrial sites, hospital, weather and explosion-proof, emergency lighting. Outdoor lighting includes residential outdoor lighting, lighting for urban landscape, lighting for major roads, area/campus lighting, tunnels. Addresses of about 330 lighting fixtures manufacturers active on the Asian Pacific market are also provided.

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Paper provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its series CSIL reports with number S72.

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Length: 292 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2015
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s72
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