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World Lighting Fixtures to 2016

Global demand to rise 6.9% annually through 2016

 
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Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/03/2012 -- Global demand for lighting fixtures is projected to climb 6.9 percent annually through 2016 to $153 billion. Product sales will be driven primarily by a strong global rebound in motor vehicle output and an acceleration in building construction activity. Efforts to conserve energy and convert to more efficient light source technologies will also boost gains, particularly as sales of incandescent and other less efficient lamps are being phased out through much of the world. Increased use of these higher-end fixtures will also contribute to gains in value terms. In the developing world, ongoing efforts to modernize the building stock, coupled with increasing urbanization and rising incomes will further aid advances.

China, US to post above average gains in demand

Through 2016, China alone will account for 36 percent of all additional demand, retaining its position as the largest lighting fixture market. The US, the second largest market, will also post above-average gains, itself accounting for 18 percent of additional global sales, as the country rebounds from a reduced 2011 base. However, sales gains are expected to be the fastest in India, a developing market for lighting fixtures. Above-average growth is also forecast in lower-volume markets such as Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Russia, South Africa, and Vietnam.

Although increases will generally not be as robust, lighting fixture demand in established lighting fixture markets such as Western Europe and Japan will improve from reduced 2011 bases. The rate of growth through 2016 will be attributable in large part to a strong upturn in automotive industry production after a period of decline. Sales of lighting fixtures in developed areas will also be spurred by improving economic activity, leading to a pickup in consumer spending and recoveries in construction activity.

Nonportable indoor fixtures to record fastest growth

Nonportable indoor lighting fixtures will record the fastest gains of any major product segment through 2016, fueled by a recovery in residential construction spending and an acceleration in nonresidential building activity. Vehicular fixtures will expand at the next fastest rate, stimulated by increases in global motor vehicle production, including a recovery in key markets such as the US, Japan, and Western Europe, where vehicle output had declined sharply into 2011. Demand for portable lighting fixtures will be more moderate, partly because many newer light technologies are designed to fit most legacy portable fixtures.

Homes to pace dominant construction market

Lighting fixture demand can be segmented into three major markets: construction, vehicles and machinery, and consumer and commercial goods. The construction market — which includes hardwired fixtures used as part of new construction and improvement and repair projects, as well as the separately sold parts and accessories used in conjunction with these fixtures — is the largest on a worldwide basis, accounting for 57 percent of global sales in 2011. Gains in this market will be led by the residential building segment, which is expected to achieve a recovery through 2016. Sales gains in the vehicles and machinery market will nearly match those of the construction market over the forecast period as vehicle production rates improve.

COMPANY PROFILES

Profiles 39 global competitors such as Acuity Brands, Cooper Industries,HELLA, Koito Group, Panasonic, Royal Philips Electronics, Siemens, and Valeo

Additional Information

This study analyzes the world market for electric lighting fixtures, also known as luminaires. Products covered include nonportable fixtures (indoor, outdoor, and vehicular) that are wired permanently in place and also sometimes referred to as hardwired fixtures, portable fixtures (e.g., fixtures that are plugged into an ordinary wall socket and thus can generally be easily moved and consumer lighting products such as flashlights), and parts and accessories (e.g., aftermarket ballasts; separately sold fittings, globes, and reflectors) for lighting fixtures. The major lighting fixture markets are construction (residential buildings, nonresidential buildings, and nonbuilding applications), vehicles and machinery (motor vehicles, off-highway vehicles, and nonautomotive transportation equipment), and consumer and commercial goods (table lamps, desk lamps, floor lamps, flashlights, and fixtures that are built into furniture or appliances).

The study does not cover lamps (light bulbs or light-emitting diode [LED] light engines); sealed beam automotive headlamps; non-electric lighting sources; wiring devices; dimming controls and related devices; or electric power generating, transmission, and distribution equipment. However, in cases where lighting fixtures are manufactured with a nonreplaceable LED light engine, the cost of the light source is included.

Historical data (2001, 2006, and 2011) and forecasts to 2016 and 2021 are provided on a country-by-country basis for lighting fixture demand (by product type and market), net exports and shipments, valued in millions of current US dollars, including inflation. The term “demand” actually refers to “apparent consumption” and is defined as shipments (also referred to as “output,” “production,” or “supply”) from a nation’s indigenous lighting fixture manufacturing facilities plus imports minus exports. “Demand” is used interchangeably with the terms “market,” “sales,” and “consumption.”

In addition, major manufacturers of lighting fixtures are identified and profiled, and the key competitive variables are discussed. The entire report is framed within the global lighting fixture industry’s economic, technological and market environments. World lighting fixture market share data by company presented in the “Industry Structure” section are estimated based on consultation with multiple sources. Tabular details may not always add to totals due to rounding.

Data on global lighting fixture supply and demand are derived from differing sources and developed from statistical relationships. As a result, variations are commonplace in this type of international reporting, and statistics presented in this study are historically consistent but may differ from other sources. Variances may occur because of definitional differences, undistributed exports, inventory accumulation, and goods-in-transit. To reduce the impact of such discrepancies, total world lighting fixture imports and exports have been assumed to balance in any given year.

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LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region
2 World Population by Region
3 World Households by Region
4 World Personal Consumption Expenditures by Region
5 World Construction Expenditures by Type & Region
6 World Residential Building Construction Expenditures by Region
7 World Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures by Region
8 World Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures by Region
9 World Manufacturing Value Added by Region
10 World Motor Vehicle Production by Type & Region
11 World Motor Vehicles in Use by Type & Region

SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND
1 World Lighting Fixture Demand by Region
2 World Lighting Fixture Shipments by Region
3 World Lighting Fixture Net Exports by Region
4 World Lighting Fixture Demand by Product
5 World Nonportable Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Region
6 World Indoor Lighting Fixture Demand by Region
7 World Outdoor Lighting Fixture Demand by Region
8 World Vehicular Lighting Fixture Demand by Region
9 World Portable Lighting Fixture Demand by Region
10 World Lighting Fixture Parts & Accessories Demand by Region
11 World Lighting Fixture Demand by Market
12 World Construction Lighting Fixture Demand by Application & Region
13 World Vehicles & Machinery Lighting Fixture Demand by Region
14 World Consumer & Commercial Lighting Fixture Demand by Region

SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA
1 North America: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
2 North America: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product
3 United States: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
4 United States: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
5 Canada: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
6 Canada: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
7 Mexico: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
8 Mexico: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market

SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE
1 Western Europe: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
2 Western Europe: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
3 France: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
4 France: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
5 Germany: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
6 Germany: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
7 Italy: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
8 Italy: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
9 Spain: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
10 Spain: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
11 United Kingdom: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
12 United Kingdom: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
13 Other Western Europe: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
14 Other Western Europe: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
15 Other Western Europe: Lighting Fixture Demand by Country

SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC
1 Asia/Pacific: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
2 Asia/Pacific: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
3 Australia: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
4 Australia: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
5 China: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
6 China: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
7 India: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
8 India: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
9 Indonesia: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
10 Indonesia: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
11 Japan: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
12 Japan: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
13 South Korea: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
14 South Korea: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
15 Other Asia/Pacific: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
16 Other Asia/Pacific: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
17 Other Asia/Pacific: Lighting Fixture Demand by Country

SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS
1 Central & South America: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
2 Central & South America: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
3 Argentina: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
4 Argentina: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
5 Brazil: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
6 Brazil: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
7 Other Central & South America: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
8 Other Central & South America: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
9 Eastern Europe: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
10 Eastern Europe: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
11 Poland: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
12 Poland: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
13 Russia: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
14 Russia: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
15 Other Eastern Europe: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
16 Other Eastern Europe: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
17 Africa/Mideast: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
18 Africa/Mideast: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
19 Iran: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
20 Iran: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
21 Turkey: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
22 Turkey: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product & Market
23 Other Africa/Mideast: Lighting Fixture Supply & Demand
24 Other Africa/Mideast: Lighting Fixture Demand by Product, Market, & Country

SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 World Lighting Fixture Sales for Selected Manufacturers, 2011
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements

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