Market Research Report
Furniture Distribution in Europe
|Published by||CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies||Product code||224415|
|Published||Content info||421 Pages
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|Furniture Distribution in Europe|
|Published: February 27, 2018||Content info: 421 Pages||
CSIL Market Research Report ‘Furniture distribution in Europe’ offers a comparative analysis of the home furniture distribution system in 13 European countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK) giving trends in home furniture consumption, market forecasts, analysis by distribution channel, retail formats and sales performances of leading players.
The aim of this report is to provide information on the following topics:
The furniture retail market is broken down by distribution channel: large-scale specialist distributors (furniture chains, franchises, buying groups); independent furniture retailers; non-specialist distributors (department stores, multi-stores, DIY, e-commerce); other (direct sales and craftsmen).
The report includes addresses of over 500 furniture retailers and buying groups, of which 223 with detailed profiles.
CSIL gathered extensive data, including market data and detailed figures for around 270 retailers (all the main actors operating in Western Europe).
For each country considered the report provides basic data on consumption trends, furniture segments, imports, structure of the distribution channels and detailed company profiles of the leading furniture retailers operating in the reference markets.
Products included: kitchen furniture, upholstered furniture, dining and living rooms, non-upholstered seats, bedrooms, mattresses, other furniture.
Time frame considered: 2007-2017(preliminary data) with market forecasts for 2018 and 2019.
Western Europe claims around one fifth of world home furniture consumption, which makes it a large and profitable market, boasting around 422 million consumers, with higher than the world average per capita spending on furniture. About 30% of Western European home furniture consumption is satisfied by imports from extra-WE countries.
According to CSIL estimates, the top 15 retailing companies generate around one third of the total value of the Western European market, making the home furniture retailing sector in Western Europe increasingly concentrated.
Amazon, Beter Bed Holding, De Mandemakers Groep (DMG), DFS, ebay, El Corte Inglés, FBD Group, Fournier Groupe, Howden Joinery, IKEA, Jb Global, John Lewis, Krieger-Gruppe, Lars Larsen Retail, Lutz Group, Maisons du Monde Group, Migros Group - Living Division, Mio Chain, Mondo Convenienza, Otto Living, Pfister Arco Holding, Porta Holding, Roche Bobois Groupe, Sainsbury's, Schmidt Gruppe, Segmüller Gruppe, Steinhoff International, Sun Capital Partners, Tessner Holding, Wren Living Ltd.