Market Research Report
The Lighting Fixtures Market in China
|The Lighting Fixtures Market in China|
Published: November 30, 2020
CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies
Content info: 246 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
The‘ 13th edition of The Lighting Fixtures market in China’ offers an accurate and in-deep analysis of the lighting fixtures industry in China, providing data and trends for the period 2014-2019 and forecasts up to 2023. From one hand, the report analyses the main trends affecting the market over the last five years, considering the production, the consumption, the imports and the exports of lighting fixtures in the country. On the other hand, it offers an analysis of the supply structure and the competitive system, an overview of the distribution system and the main players operating in the market.
Lighting fixtures exports and imports are considered, broken down by country and by geographical area of destination/origin (total lighting, only lighting fixtures, only lighting components). The time frame considered is 2014-2019.
The lighting fixtures market is divided in four main segments:
Within them, the market is further broken down by types of product and application, by light sources (incandescence, fluorescence, gas discharge, LEDs, OLED, fiber optics), and by manufacturing clusters. A financial analysis, on a sample of selected number of companies operating in the market, includes profitability ratios and financial structure indicators.
Data on consumer/residential lighting are broken down by style (traditional, modern, design) and by product type (floor, table, wall and ceiling lamps, embedded lighting, downlight/sport light, chandeliers and suspensions), while data on commercial lighting are broken down by type of product (downlights, recessed luminaires, batten and modular systems, linear, LED strips, high bays, floor and table lamps, decorative and professional suspensions, projectors/spots/track, wall washers, and LED panels) and application (hospitality, office, retail, art and museums, entertainment, schools, airports and other big infrastructures). Industrial lighting consists of lighting for industrial sites, healthcare lighting, weather resistant and explosion-proof lighting, emergency lighting, marine lighting, and horticultural lighting. Outdoor lighting includes residential outdoor lighting, lighting for urban landscape, lighting for streets and major roads, area/campus lighting, lighting for tunnels and galleries, Christmas and special events lighting.
The analysis of the distribution system is organized by the following channels:
A selection of leading e-commerce players, architectural offices and lighting designers operating in China is also included.
Finally, the report offers an analysis of the leading local and foreign players present on the Chinese market and in each segment considered; through sales data, market shares and short profiles.
An address list of more than 300 local and foreign lighting fixtures manufacturer active in China is included.
Among the novelties in the Report: a chapter on smart lighting and other new technologies available in the market; a focus on 22 Chinese cities and estimation of the total lighting market (lighting fixtures, lamps, lighting controls)
Percentage breakdown of world lighting fixtures consumption, 2019.
% in value
In 2019, the Chinese production of lighting fixtures recorded a contraction of 4% in USD (+0.3% in RMB) compared to the previous year due to a slowdown of exports. On the other hand, the internal demand remained stable and consumption increased by 6.6% during the year. As a result, China overtook the USA as the largest market for lighting fixtures worldwide.
In 2020, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic led to a drop of 2% of the lighting market. The LED share was around 74% in 2019 and it is supposed to reach 83.5% by 2023. This also means that, as the propelling force of LED-base lighting segment has faded, the industry is watching at smart connected light as the new driver of the market.
In the Chinese lighting fixtures market, e-commerce was the best performing distribution channel during 2019. Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou absorb almost 10% of the total consumption.
Alibaba, Artbright, Arup, CH Lighting, Cree Group, Doju Lighting, Eaton, Eglo, ETi Elec-Tech International , FSL Lighting, GigaTera, Glamox, Hem Lighting, HiGreen Lighting, Honglitronic, Honyar, Huayi Lighting, Ikea Group, Illusion Led, Inesa Feilo, Jiawei Photovoltaic Lighting, Kang Mingsheng, Kennede Electronics, KingLong Lighting, Kingsun Optoelectronic, L&S, Ledman, Longt Lighting, MLS, MTC, NVC Lighting, Orient Home, Opple Lighting, Osram Group, PAK Lighting, PNY Lighting, Qiguang Lighting, Signify (formerly Philips Lighting), Sonepar, Sunmei, Tospo Lighting, Unilumin, Violet, W2 Architects, Xindeco, Yajiang Photoelectric, Yankon, Yaships, Youpon, Zumtobel Group.