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Lighting Equipment Market Report 2002

  • ID: 3742
  • January 2002
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • Key Note Ltd
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In 2001, the UK market for lighting products was estimated to be worth £1.44bn at manufacturers' selling prices (msp). This represented a growth rate of 4.4% since 2000 and continued the trend of moderate to good growth that the market has experienced since the mid-1990s.

For the purposes of this Key Note report, lighting products are defined as electric lighting products, which include lamps, luminaires and portable electric lighting systems, such as those used on building sites. Other lighting products, including non-electric lighting systems and those used for automotive and other transport vehicles, are excluded from the definition.

The lighting market is characterised by its two dominant sectors, lamps and luminaires. The luminaires market is more closely allied to the overall performance of the economy and, therefore, tends to perform less well in times of economic constraint. In contrast with lamps, the luminaires sector is dominated by new-build and refurbishment activity, and is characterised by 'wants' rather than 'needs' purchasing. The lamp market includes all types of lamps and tubes, and benefits from the frequent replacement cycle of these products READ MORE >

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