- Language: English
- Published: February 2011
- Region: United Kingdom
Lighting Market Report - UK 2012-2016 Analysis
- Published: April 2012
- Region: United Kingdom
- 91 Pages
- AMA Research
AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 11th Edition of the report “Lighting Market Report – UK 2012-2016 Analysis”. The report reviews the overall lighting sector with a focus on lamps, luminaires and controls.
Product Sectors reviewed include:
- Lighting Controls
Key issues include:
- The impact of developments in LED Products.
- The impact of European legislative changes.
- The impact of International Trade.
This unique report answers the need for both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of lighting products focusing on market size and trends, product mix, supply, distribution and future prospects, the report is comprehensive, informative and will facilitate operational and strategic decision-making processes.
In 2011, the lighting market was estimated to be worth just under £1.5 billion at manufacturers selling prices (MSP). The market is mature and largely reliant on replacement purchases, usually resulting in moderate growth or decline in line with the economy. The market has seen benefit from the increased focus on sustainability and energy efficiency through higher value lamps such as CFLs and halogens replacing incandescent lamps.
However, government capital investment cuts lead to a market decline of 2% in 2011 and it is forecast to fall fractionally in 2012. In the long term, trading conditions remain positive for the lighting market, with higher volumes of housing required, value added trends and increasingly sophisticated, energy efficient, task orientated lighting used across all market sectors.
Areas of particular interest include:
- Distinct analysis of the domestic and non-domestic sectors.
- Manufacturers – changes in the supply structure, mergers, acquisitions and companies exiting the market.
- Changing impact of environmental considerations.
- Changes in distribution channels.
- The Impact of imports and exports on the UK Market.
- The Impact of the European ban of incandescent lamps on product mix.
Key areas covered in the report include:
- Market size by value 2006-2011 and forecasts to 2016. Commentary on these forecasts.
- Key trends and influences on the market – technical innovation, product development and increases in imported products.
- Market share: domestic and non domestic, and the reasons for any changes in market share.
- Market share: product mix – lamps, luminaries and controls.
- Key market influences: the effect of legislation on the overall market and influences on specific sectors.
- Definition, description of different lamp types.
- Market Size by value 2006-2011 with forecasts to 2016.
- Recent market performance, trends and key influencing factors. Assessment of growth of particular lamp technologies. Increasing impact of LED technology.
- Imports & exports: the effects of increasing levels of imported lamps on the market.
- Domestic/non-domestic sectors – respective market shares by value, mix of new and replacement applications, product mix value sales.
- Market size by value 2006-2011 with forecasts to 2016.
- Recent performance, trends and key influencing factors.
- Domestic/non-domestic sectors – respective market sizes, mix of products, identification of changes in the mix and reasons for any changes.
- Impact of imported luminaires and lighting equipment.
- Levels of demand stimulated by non-domestic end use groups including health and education, amenities, retail, commercial buildings and the leisure sector.
- Definition and ranges available.
- Sector size and trends/ key influences.
SUPPLIERS & DISTRIBUTION
- Key suppliers by turnover and size of company (number of employees).
- Suppliers share by value – lamps.
- Key suppliers– description, indication of turnover, mergers and acquisitions etc.
- Domestic market – retail sales of lamps and luminaires by channel of distribution.
- Non-domestic market – dominated by wholesalers and distributors.
- Commentary on changes in channels of distribution.
- Trends in, and factors influencing, distribution; significance of particular distribution channels.
- Influence of the general economic situation – construction levels and consumer confidence.
- The impact of the drive for efficiency.
- Key areas of opportunity and prospects for continued investment in capital projects.
- Future prospects, areas of potential growth/decline. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
2.2. FUTURE PROSPECTS
3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES
3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION
3.7 POPULATION PROFILE
4. THE OVERALL UK LIGHTING MARKET
4.1 MARKET DEFINITION
4.2 MARKET SIZE & TRENDS
4.3 END USERS
4.3.1 Construction Output
4.3.2 Commercial Offices
4.3.6 Road and Street Lighting
4.3.7 Other End Users
4.4 PRODUCT MIX
4.5 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES
4.5.2 Energy costs
4.5.3 Average Prices
5. THE UK LAMPS MARKET
5.1 MARKET DEFINITION
5.2 MARKET SIZE & TRENDS
5.3 INTERNATIONAL TRADE
5.4 END USER MIX
5.5 PRODUCT MIX
5.5.1 Overall Market
5.5.2 Domestic Market
5.5.3 Non-domestic Market
6. THE UK LUMINAIRES MARKET
6.1 MARKET DEFINITION
6.2 MARKET SIZE & TRENDS
6.3 INTERNATIONAL TRADE
6.4 END USER MIX
7. LIGHTING CONTROLS MARKET
7.1 MARKET DEFINITION
7.2 MARKET SIZE & TRENDS
8.2 MARKET SHARES IN THE LIGHTING MARKET
8.3 KEY SUPPLIERS IN THE LAMPS MARKET
8.4 KEY SUPPLIERS IN THE LUMINAIRES MARKET
8.5 KEY SUPPLIERS IN THE LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS MARKET
9.1 DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION
9.1.1 DIY Multiples
9.1.2 Grocery Multiples
9.1.3 Department Stores/Other High Street Chains
9.1.4 Mail Order / Catalogues / Internet
9.1.5 Electrical/Hardware Independents
9.1.6 Lighting Specialists
9.2 NON-DOMESTIC MARKET
9.2.2 Electrical Wholesalers
List of Charts and Tables:
CHART 1: UK LIGHTING MARKET 2006-2016 – BY VALUE (£M MSP)
CHART 2: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 1992-2016
CHART 3: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 1992-2016
TABLE 4: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2006-2012 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES
CHART 5: AGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE RESIDENT UK POPULATION MID-2008 (‘000)
CHART 6: UK LIGHTING MARKET 2006-2016 (£M MSP)
CHART 7: UK LIGHTING MARKET – DOMESTIC & NON-DOMESTIC SECTORS BY VALUE 2011
TABLE 8: NON DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT FIGURES 2008-2013 (£ BILLION AT CURRENT PRICES)
TABLE 9: VALUE OF NON-DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT BY ALL AGENCIES - CURRENT PRICES (£M) 2008-2011
CHART 10: CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT NEW WORK BY NON DOMESTIC APPLICATION SECTOR 2008-2015 (£ BILLION AT CURRENT PRICES)
TABLE 11: CONTRACTORS OUTPUT PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR HOUSING 2008-2013 AT CURRENT PRICES (£M)
TABLE 12: NUMBER OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 2006-2011
CHART 13: PRODUCT MIX – COMMERCIAL OFFICE LIGHTING ESTABLISHMENT 2011 BY VALUE
CHART 14: PRODUCT MIX INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING ESTABLISHMENT 2011 BY VALUE
TABLE 15: LIGHTING OF MAIN AREAS OF A TYPICAL WARD PRE-CONFIGURATION
TABLE 16: LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS BY AREA IN EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS
CHART 17: PRODUCT MIX OF PUBLIC SECTOR STREET LIGHTING - % BY VOLUME
CHART 18: UK LIGHTING MARKET – LAMP, LUMINAIRE, CONTROLS MIX BY VALUE (£M MSP) 2011
TABLE 19: PHASE-OUT SCHEDULE FOR NON-DIRECTIONAL HOUSEHOLD LAMPS
TABLE 20: ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY USER – ELECTRICITY 2006-2010 (M TONNES OIL EQUIVALENT)
CHART 21: ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION BY END USER 2010
TABLE 22: ELECTRICITY PRICES IN THE UK INCLUDING TAXES PENCE PER KWH 2007-2010
TABLE 23: PRICE INDICES OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, LIGHTING ANNUAL AVERAGES 2006-2011, 2005 = 100
CHART 24: UK LAMP MARKET 2006-2016 – BY VALUE (£M AT MSP)
TABLE 25: UK IMPORTS & EXPORTS OF LAMPS – BY VALUE (£M) 2006 AND 2010, 2011
CHART 26: UK LAMPS MARKET – DOMESTIC & NON-DOMESTIC SECTORS BY VALUE 2011
CHART 27: UK LAMPS MARKET – PRODUCT MIX (%) BY VALUE 2011
CHART 28: DOMESTIC LAMPS PRODUCT MIX 2005-2011 - % BY VALUE
TABLE 29: PRODUCT MIX BY LAMP TYPE BY VALUE – UK NON-DOMESTIC MARKET 2011
CHART 30: UK LUMINAIRES MARKET 2006-2016 – CURRENT PRICES (£M MSP)
TABLE 31: IMPORTS & EXPORTS OF LIGHT FITTINGS FOR THE UK BY VALUE 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2011 TO NOV (£M)
TABLE 32: UK IMPORTS & EXPORTS OF CEILING AND WALL FITTINGS BY REGION OF ORIGIN 2008, 2012, 2011 TO NOV
CHART 33: UK LUMINAIRES MARKET – END USER MIX BY VALUE 2011
CHART 34: UK DOMESTIC LUMINAIRE MARKET – PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2011
CHART 35: UK NON-DOMESTIC LUMINAIRE MARKET – END USER MIX BY VALUE 2011
TABLE 36: UK LIGHTING CONTROLS & COMPONENTS MARKET 2006-2016 (£M MSP)
CHART 37: UK LIGHTING CONTROL MARKET – END USER MIX BY VALUE 2011
CHART 38: UK LIGHTING MANUFACTURERS BY TURNOVER GROUP (£’000S) 2011
CHART 39: UK LIGHTING MANUFACTURERS BY EMPLOYEE SIZEBAND 2011
CHART 40: LIGHTING MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE – BY VALUE 2011
CHART 41: DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE FOR LIGHTING
TABLE 42: RETAIL SALES OF LAMPS & LUMINAIRES SHARE BY CHANNEL OF DISTRIBUTION 2011
CHART 43: DIY MULTIPLES MARKET SHARE 2011 - % BY VALUE
TABLE 44: NON-DOMESTIC SALES OF LIGHTING EQUIPMENT BY CHANNEL OF DISTRIBUTION 2011 BY VALUE
CHART 45: ELECTRICAL WHOLESALE MARKET SHARES 2010 BY VALUE % (REXEL, EDMUNDSON, CEF ETC)
AMA Research have published a new edition of ""Lighting Market Report - UK 2012-2016 Analysis”. The report is comprehensive, informed and up-to-date and represents an invaluable aid to sales and marketing professionals involved in the industry. Available to purchase for £675 from www.amaresearch.co.uk, this report analyses the UK market for lamps, luminaires and lighting controls and is based on a combination of primary and secondary research.
In 2011, the lighting market was estimated to be worth just under £1.5 billion at manufacturers selling prices (MSP). The market is mature and largely reliant on replacement purchases, usually resulting in moderate growth or decline in line with the economy. However, the recession saw the market decline 3% in 2011 and it is forecast to fall further in 2012. In the short term, the lighting market is expected to continue to struggle with public sector cuts, restrictions on mortgages and low consumer confidence. In the long term, trading conditions remain positive for the lighting market, with higher volumes of housing required and increasingly sophisticated, sustainable, efficient, task orientated lighting being used across all markets.
The non domestic sector dominates the market by value. The market mix has remained stable in recent years, although there has been some shift towards the domestic market as lamp prices increase with the switch away from cheap incandescent products towards tungsten, halogen, cfi and LED, and as government cuts hit non-domestic construction output.
In 2011, the lighting market was dominated by sales of luminaires, which accounted for 67% of the market, with lamps accounting for a further 26% and lighting controls the remaining 7%, although in the long term it is expected that lighting controls will gain share.
LED lighting is a rapidly growing sector, representing a threat to more traditional products. Product development in the LED market will continue to offer this sector greater differentiation and result in increasing share in the medium to longer term.
Energy efficiency continues to play an important role in the market, driven by legislative changes and increasing fuel bills. The government remains committed to promoting the use of energy efficient products, promoting use within public sector projects and through the introduction of energy conservation and monitoring legislation.
Prices within the market have risen marginally, particularly within the domestic lamps market with changes to more expensive technologies and increasing raw material costs.
The supply of lamps remains concentrated, with four main suppliers: Philips, Osram, GE and Havells Sylvania. The luminaires market is more fragmented with a number of small, specialist producers. Some key suppliers within this market include Zumtobel, FW Thorpe, JCC Lighting and Whitecroft Lighting. Key suppliers of controls include Hager, Eaton and ABB.
- ABB UK
- Advanced Lighting Technology
- ASD Lighting
- CEF Wholesale
- City Electrical Factors (CEF)
- Cooper Lighting and Safety
- Crompton Lamps
- Dar Lighting
- Eaton Electric
- Edmundson Electrical
- Eye Lighting Europe
- Eyre & Elliston
- FW Thorpe
- GE Lighting
- Havells Sylvania
- JCC Lighting
- Ledon Lamp
- Lutron LEA
- Luxmate Controls
- Maclean Electrical Group
- Medlock Electrical Distributors
- Newey and Eyre
- Philips Lighting
- Polaron Control Systems
- Pulsar Light of Cambridge
- Rexel Group
- SELC Ireland
- Senate Electrical
- Status International
- Stearn Electric Company
- Thorn Lighting
- Tridonic Atco
- Urbis Lighting
- Venture Lighting Europe
- WF Electrical
- Whitecroft Lighting
- WILA Lighting
- Wilts Wholesale Electrical Company
- Zumtobel Lighting.