E-Commerce for the Lighting Fixtures Industry

  • ID: 4125928
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 91 Pages
  • CSIL Milano
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Among 2012 And 2016 E-Commerce for the Lighting Fixtures Sector Registered An Average Yearly 20% Growth

The report analyses the development of E-commerce sales in the lighting fixtures industry to nowadays and future prospects providing market size of lighting fixtures industry and E-commerce sales, by country/area (Europe, America, Asia) and by segment (Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Outdoor lighting).

The Report highlights also a strategy for the E-commerce of lighting fixtures for the middle run, focusing on logistic platforms, price promise, investments from incubators, increasing use of smartphones, lack of infrastructure.

E-commerce players. Short profiles of leading E-commerce players, sales data and market shares are included. Successful and unsuccessful stories. Around 200 useful contacts.

Countries and geographical area considered: Europe (mainly Western Europe), America (mainly the United States), Asia (mainly China, India and Japan).

The Report “E-commerce for the lighting fixtures industry” has been carried out using the following tools:

  • field research including direct interviews with important manufacturers and distributors operating in the E-commerce business;

  • desk analysis and comparison for a sample of over 200 companies using E-commerce (mainly US, Europe and China based);

  • analysis of CSIL databases concerning lighting fixtures sector worldwide

  • processing of official statistics and various E-commerce related sources worldwide.

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Introduction

  • Research Tools
  • Figure 0.1 The sample
  • Terminology and methodological notes
  • Table 0.1. Exchange rates between USD and other currencies, 2010-2016
  • Other reports on the lighting fixtures market

Executive Summary

1. E-Commerce For Lighting Fixtures
1.1. An overview of the lighting fixtures market
Table 1.1 Worldwide market. Consumption of total lighting fixtures. 2010-2016 - . Million USD
Figure 1.1 Worldwide market. LED % incidence on total lighting fixtures consumption, 2020-2020. % shares
Table 1.2 Worldwide market. Consumption of total lighting fixtures. Forecasts 2017-2020. Million USD
Figure 1.2 Worldwide market. Forecasts by area. Average yearly % change 2020/2017
1.2. E-commerce for the lighting fixtures: basic data
Table 1.3 Worldwide market. Consumption and E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures by segment. 2016. Million USD and percentage share
Figure 1.3. Segment breakdown and e-commerce by segment, 2016. Percentage share
Table 1.4 Worldwide market. Consumption and E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures by country/region. 2016. Million USD and percentage share
Table 1.5 Worldwide market. E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures by kind of distributor. 2016. Million USD and percentage share
1.3. Models of e-commerce business
1.3.1 Lighting Manufacturers
Figure 1.4. Philips webshop, Sweden
Figure 1.5. Osram “myosram” website
1.3.2. Wholesalers and B2B business
1.3.3 Brick-and-Click companies (dealers with physical stores and webstore)
1.3.4 E-tailers (pure e-commerce companies)
1.3.5 The case of Houzz

2. Activity Trend
2.1. E-commerce growth
Figure 2.1 E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, 2012-2016. US$ million and average % change
Table 2.1 E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures by country/region, 2012 and 2016. US$ million and percentage share
Figure 2.2 E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures. Performance by country/region, 2016/2012. Average yearly % growth
Figure 2.3 E-commerce penetration - in the lighting fixtures market, 2012 and 2016. Percentage shares
Figure 2.4 E-commerce. Distributors by category. Dimension, market share and average growth 2016/2012. USD million and percentages
2.2. The business evolution and organization
2.2.1 Role of logistics
Figure 2.5  E-commerce. Business model in the lighting fixtures market.
2.2.2 Growth of Mobile Shopping
Figure 2.6  Evolution of the M-Commerce in the United States, 2014-2020
2.2.3 Advertising strategies
2.2.4 Payment methods
2.2.5 Services and return strategies

3. Europe
3.1. Sector overview
Table 3.1 Europe. Consumption of lighting fixtures at factory prices, 2016 - . EUR Million, US$ million and percentages
Table 3.2 Europe. Consumption and E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, 2016. Million USD and percentage share
Figure 3.1 Europe. E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, penetration and average growth in the main markets, 2016/2012. USD million and percentages
3.2. Lighting manufacturers selling on-line
Table 3.3 Europe. Lighting fixtures. E-commerce sales in a sample of companies, 2015. Mill. US$ and percentages
Table 3.4 Europe. Lighting fixtures. Sample of companies by distribution channel, 2015. Percentages
3.3. Leading e-commerce players
Table 3.5 Europe. Leading e-commerce websites also selling lighting fixtures, 2016. US$ million
Table 3.6 Europe. Leading e-commerce websites by kind of product, 2016. US$ million
Figure 3.2 Rue du Commerce
Figure 3.3 Yoox on-line flagship stores
3.4. Residential lighting
Figure 3.4 Kare Design website
Figure 3.5 Worldstores
Figure 3.6 Lampcommerce website
3.5. Technical lighting
3.5.1. Electrical wholesalers
Table 3.7 Europe. Sample of wholesalers selling also through e-commerce

4. North America
4.1. Sector overview
Table 4.1. North America. Consumption of lighting fixtures at factory prices, 2016 - . EUR Million, US$ million and percentages
Table 4.2. USA. Consumption of lighting fixtures by Region and State, 2015. USD mlion and percentage shares
Table 4.3. North America. Consumption and E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, 2016. Million USD and percentage share
Figure 4.1. North America. E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, penetration and average growth in the main markets, 2016/2012. USDmillion and percentages
4.2. Lighting manufacturers selling on-line
Table 4.4. North America. Lighting fixtures. E-commerce sales in a sample of companies, 2015. Mill. US$ and percentages
Table 4.5. North America. Lighting fixtures. Sample of companies by distribution channel, 2015. Percentages
4.3. Leading e-commerce players
Table 4.6. North America. Leading e-commerce websites also selling lighting fixtures, 2016. US$ million
Table 4.7. North America. Leading e-commerce websites by kind of product, 2016. US$ million
4.4. Residential lighting
4.5. Technical lighting
4.5.1. Electrical wholesalers
Table 4.8. USA. Selection of electrical wholesalers and retailers selling also lighting fixtures, 2014-2015

5. Asia
5.1. Sector overview
Table 5.1 Asia. Consumption of lighting fixtures at factory prices, 2016. US$ million and percentages
Table 5.2 Asia. Consumption and E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, 2016. Million USD and percentage share
Table 5.3 Asia. E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, 2012 and 2016. End user prices including B2B and B2C. US$ million and percentages
Figure 5.1. Asia. E-commerce sales of lighting fixtures, penetration and average growth in the main markets, 2016/2012. USD million and percentages
5.2. Lighting manufacturers selling on-line
Table 5.4. Asia. Lighting fixtures. E-commerce sales in a sample of companies, 2015. Mill. US$ and percentages
Table 5.5. Asia. Lighting fixtures. Sample of companies by distribution channel, 2015. Percentages
5.3. Leading e-commerce players
Table 5.6. Asia. Leading e-commerce websites also selling lighting fixtures, 2016. US$ million
Table 5.7. Sample of e-commerce lighting-related websites in China
5.3.1. China
Figure 5.2. Suning website
Figure 5.3 JD website
5.3.2. India
Figure 5.4. Snapdeal website
Figure 5.5. Pepperfry website
5.3.3. Foreign companies operating in Asia

6. Global E-Commerce Evolution
6.1. Sector values and performance
Table 6.1 World. Telephone, broadband and mobile subscriptions, 2010-2015
Figure 6.1 Internet users, mobile and fixed subscriptions (per 100 people) by region, 2015.
Figure 6.2 World. Internet accessibility by country
Figure 6.3 World. E-commerce retail sales worldwide, 2015-2020
Table 6.2 Digital Buyers by region, 2014-2019. Million and % percentages

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Among 2012 and 2016 E-commerce for the lighting fixtures sector registered an average yearly 20% growth according to estimates.

The E-commerce market for lighting fixtures worldwide is estimated to account about 5% of total lighting fixtures market at retail prices.

Higher incidence has been registered for the residential (consumer) segment.

The penetration of E-commerce is higher in North America (7%) while Europe stood at around 4%.

Only few manufacturers operate their own web shop.

E-tailers have been the fastest growing channel posting +31% since 2010. Specialist lighting distributors followed with a +26% average growth in E-commerce sales.

Secure payments methods and fast delivery are crucial.

Mobile commerce is gaining ground among younger generations (Millennials, iGen, etc.).

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