The Future of Interior Products in Spain to 2015: Demand to Gather Pace from 201231 Aug 2011 • by Natalie Aster
The Spanish interior products industry, particularly the furniture products segment, experienced a period of steady growth from 2000–2007. The industry played a significant role in the country’s economic growth, both in terms of number of enterprises and the employment generated. However, the global economic crisis, which originated in 2008 and manifested itself in 2009, resulted in a significant decrease in demand for housing coupled with a steep rise in unemployment. These factors led to a decline in the domestic demand for interior products. As a result of these combined factors, the Spanish construction industry has been one of the worst performing industries in Europe over 2008–2010. Decelerated growth in the construction industry had an adverse impact on the interior products market in Spain which recorded a decline of 14.3% and 27.7% during 2008 and 2009 respectively.
The report “The Future of Interior Products in Spain to 2015: Demand to Gather Pace from 2012” by World Market Intelligence provides detailed market, category and company-specific insights into the operating environment for interior products manufacturers and retailers. The report is an essential read for anyone involved in operations or analysis of the interior product value chain, including product manufacturers, retailers, interior designers, raw material suppliers and industry analysts. The report is designed to provide a broad understanding of the interior products industry and specific detail on the performance of the key product categories. The report provides an indispensable source of market size, distribution and end-user segmentation analysis covering Spanish interior products industry.
In 2010, the Spanish furnishings category held the highest industry market share of 24.2%. The construction industry is the primary supporter of growth in the interior products industry which recorded a decline in demand of-14.3% in 2008 and -27.7% in 2009. Overall the industry declined during the review period. Significant decline was seen in product categories such as window coverings and treatments and flooring products, which declined at a CAGR of -18.93% and -16.76% respectively.
Published: August 2011
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The report is an essential read for anyone involved in operations or analysis of the interior products value chain, including product manufacturers, retailers, interior designers, raw material suppliers and industry analysts. The report is designed to provide broad understanding of the interior products industry and specific detail on the performance of the key product categories. It will allow the user to:
- Identify key growth and investment opportunities within the Spanish interior products industry;
- Understand the forces influencing competition among both manufacturers and retailers;
- Assess the dynamic interaction between imports, exports and domestic production;
- Make informed business decisions based on strong historic and forecast data.
- Detailed market size, growth, segmentation, production and trade, distribution and consumption data across 11 key product categories provide all the essential information to assess market dynamics and identify new growth opportunities.
- Porter’s Five Forces analysis of competitive dynamics for both interior product manufacturers and retailers enables assessment and development of market entry and expansion strategies.
- Detailed profiles of major manufacturers and retailers enable benchmarking of financial performance and assessment of business strategy against competitors.
More information can be found in the report “The Future of Interior Products in Spain to 2015: Demand to Gather Pace from 2012” by World Market Intelligence.
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