Global Bath & Shower Products Market Analysed & Forecast in Infiniti Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com13 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – With increasing awareness about hygiene and health being a key driver of the global market for bath and shower products, this marketplace is expected to almost hit the USD 15 billion mark by 2020. Growing demand for organic products, a rise in income and living standards are other prominent factors expected to support the growth.
As of 2014, shower products formed the largest product segment. Their market share amounted to around 70 percent. This segment is set to maintain its position in the years to come, posting annual growth of approximately 4 percent.
Hypermarkets and supermarkets were the leading retail channel. This segment held a market share of 53 percent in 2014.
Region-wise, Europe is the largest market, and its market share was slightly under 50 percent in 2014.
Competition in the global marketplace is quite intense, with a relatively large number of well-diversified international suppliers being present in the market. The completion is set to intensify in the years to come.
Some of key players comprise: P&G, Unilever, L'Oreal, and more.
Cutting-edge report “Global Bath and Shower Products Market 2015-2019” developed by Infiniti Research offers an up-close look at the global bath and shower products marketplace. The research study contains a detailed overview of this evolving marketplace. It estimates a size of the market and includes a five forces analysis. The research report covers product segments in detail, examines the market by retail formats and explores regional markets. The study focuses on leading country markets, outlines market drivers, challenges and trends. It investigates the vendor landscape and analyzes top vendors. Future market outlook is on hand in the report, as well.
Global Bath and Shower Products Market 2015-2019
Published: December, 2015
Price: US$ 2,500.00
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