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Departmental Stores - Global Outlook

  • ID: 661647
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 80 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc
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The global outlook series on Departmental Stores provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. The report enumerates recent mergers and acquisitions together with summarized global and regional market facts. Regional markets covered include the US, Japan, Europe, UK, Asia Pacific, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Thailand and South Korea, among others.

Annotated with 28 information-rich tables presenting market data findings, and analytical research projections, the entire discussion contained in the global outlook series is designed to offer the reader a rudimentary coverage of departmental stores in the international space. Also included is an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of 202 companies worldwide.

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DEPARTMENTAL STORES

A GLOBAL OUTLOOK, JANUARY 2012

CONTENTS

1. OVERVIEW 1
Market Scenario 1
A New Dimension 1
Market Trends 1
Departmental Stores Capitalize on their Private Label Products 1
Color Cosmetics Take Center Stage in the Departmental Stores
Cosmetics Section 2
Department Stores going Up-Market in Europe 2
Departmental Stores Gaining in Popularity in Mexico 2
Departmental Stores Coming Up in Developing Countries of Asia 2
OTC Drugs and Medications to be Included in Department
Stores in India 2
Consolidation Marks the Japanese Departmental Stores Sector 3
Chinese Retail Market Booming 3
Departmental Stores In and Bazaars Out in Ukraine 3
Competition 4
Table 1: Leading Global Retailers (2010): Retail Sales in
US$ Billion for Wal-Mart, Kroger, Target, Walgreen, the Home
Depot, Costco, CVS Caremark, Lowes, Best Buy and Sears
Holdings 4

Table 2: Leading Global Departmental Store Segments (2011):
Percentage Breakdown of Market Share for Apparel and
Footwear, Drugs, Health and Beauty Aids, AV Equipment, Major
Household Appliances, Groceries and Other Food and Drinks
and Others 4
A Historic Perspective 5
Table 3: Global Leading Departmental Stores Companies
(2005): Retail Sales in US$ Billion for Federated Department
Stores, Kohls Corporation, Millennium Retailing, Dillards,
Mitsukoshi, Debenhams, Woolworths Group, Mervyns, Belk, El
Puerto de Liverpool, and Kintetsu Department Store 5

Table 4: Global Top Ten Leading FMCG Retailers (2005):
Retail Sales in US$ Billion for Wal-Mart Stores, Carrefour,
Metro, Tesco, Kruger, Target, Costco Wholesale, Schwarz
Unternehmens Treuhand, Aldi, AND Rewe-Zentral 6

Table 5: Global Top Ten Leading Retailers for Fashion Goods
(2005): Retail Sales in US$ Billion for Federated
Department, JC Penney, TJX Companies, Gap, KarstadtQuelle,
Kohls, Otto Group, Limited Brands, Millennium Retailing,
and H & M Hennes & Mauritz 7
Market Analytics 8
Table 6: Current and Future Analysis of the Global
Departmental Stores by Geographic Region-the US, Canada,
Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of World
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Million from 2010 through 2015 8

Table 7: Global Departmental Stores (2011 & 2015):
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Geographic Region-the
US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of
World 9

2. MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 10

3. STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 13

A REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 23

1. THE UNITED STATES 23
Trends 23
Holiday Season Forecast to Boost Sales 23
Online Retailers to Leech Away Sales 24
Loss of Apparel Share to Other Channels 24
Luxury Players to Foray into Foreign Markets 24
Mid-range Players Struggle Amidst Competition 24
Departmental Stores Seek Re-invention 24
Private Brands 25
Pricing 25
Major Players- A Review 25
Table 8: Leading Retailers in North America (2010): Retail
Sales in US$ Billion for Wal- mart, Home Depot, Kroger,
Target, Costco, Sears Holdings and Lowe’s 25

Table 9: Leading Departmental Store Operators in the US
(2010): Retail Sales for Sears Domestic, Macys Inc, JcPenney
Company Inc, Kohls Coporation, Nordstrom Inc, Dillards,
Sears Canada Inc, The Neiman Marcus Group, Belk Inc and
Hudson Bay Company 26
American and Canadian Apparel Suppliers and Retailers: Challenges 26

2. JAPAN 27
Market Scenario 27
Natural Calamities Affect Sales at Departmental Stores 27
Marketing Strategy 27
Sector Projection 28
Departmental Stores 28
Major Departmental Store Chains Witness Troubled Times 28
Table 10: Japanese Retailers with Departmental Stores
Operations (2011): Percentage Breakdown by Merchandise
Category for Daimaru 29

Table 11: Leading Departmental Stores in Japan (2010):
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for AEON Group,
Ito-Yokado, Takashimaya Company Ltd., Daiei and Others 29

Table 12: Leading Departmental Store Firms in Japan (2010):
Percenatge Breakdown of Value Sales for Sears, Macy’s, J.C
Penney, Kohl’s and Others 30
Supporting Structures 30

3. EUROPE 31
Review of the Departmental Stores 31
Table 13: Leading Retailers in Europe (2010): Retail Sales in
US$ Billion for Carrefour SA, Metro, Schwarz, Aldi,
Rewe-Zenral and Auchan 31

Table 14: Leading Retailers in Russia (2010): Retail Sales in
US$ Billion for X5 Retail Group, Euroset, Metro Group,
Tander, Eldorado, Svyaznoy, M.Video, Auchan Group, Kopeyka
and Lenta 32

Table 15: Leading Categories for Retail Sales in Russia
(2011): Percentage Breakdown of Retail Sales in Russia for
Food, Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco and Non-Food 32
Market Analytics 33
Table 16: Current and Future Analysis of the Departmental
Stores in Europe by Geographic Region-France, Germany, Italy,
UK and Rest of Europe Independently Analyzed with Annual
Sales Figures for 2010 through 2015 33

Table 17: European Departmental Stores (2010): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales by Geographic Region-France,
Germany, Italy, UK and Rest of Europe 34

3a. THE UNITED KINGDOM 35
Departmental Stores 35
Watches and Jewelry Adorn Departmental Store Sales 35
Table 18: Departmental Stores in the UK (2011): Percentage
Breakdown by Merchandise Category for Debenhams by Type -
Womenswear, Menswear, Home Products, Cosmetics,
Childrenswear, and Others 36
Past Perspective .. 36
Table 19: Leading Retailers with Departmental Stores
Operations in the UK (2005): Retail Sales in US$ Billion for
Tesco, Co-operative Group, and Woolworths Group 36

Table 20: Leading Retailers in the UK (2005): Retail Sales in
US$ Billion for J Sainsbury, WM Morrison Supermarkets,
Kingfisher, DSG International, GUS, Somerfield Group, Kesa
Electricals, Next, and The Carphone Warehouse Group 37

4. ASIA-PACIFIC 38
Market Snapshots 38
Departmental Stores 38
Changing Retail Formats 38
Table 21: Leading Retailers Firms in Asia- Pacific (2010):
Retail Sales in US$ Billion for AEON, Seven & 1 Holdings,
Woolworths, Coles Myer, Yamada Denki, AS Watson and The Daiei 38
Market Analytics 39
Table 22: Current and Future Analysis of the Departmental
Stores in Asia-Pacific by Geographic Region-Japan, China and
Rest of Asia-Pacific Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures for 2010 through 2015 39

Table 23: Departmental Stores in Asia-Pacific (2011 & 2015):
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Geographic
Region-Japan, China and Rest of Asia-Pacific 40

4a. AUSTRALIA 41
Departmental Stores in Australia 41
Departmental Store Sales Decline Again in 2011 41

4b. NEW ZEALAND 42
Market Snapshots 42

4c. CHINA 43
Multinational Retailers Market 43
Review of the Development of China’s General Merchandise
Industry 43
Departmental Stores 44
Departmental Store Revenues Race Past Supermarkets 44
Changing Consumer Shopping Behavior 44
Table 24: Leading Departmental Stores in China (2010):
Percenatge Breakdown of Value Sales for Parkson Retail,
Beijing Wangfujing, Dashang Group, Shanghai Ballian and
Others 45

4d. HONG KONG 45
Consumer Behavior 45

4e. INDIA 46
Overview of the Retail Industry 46
Retail Giants Happy 46

4f. INDONESIA 47
General Retail Services 47
A Past Perspective.. 47
Table 25: Departmental Stores in Indonesia: Percentage
Breakdown by Market Share for 2006 by Major Players -
Matahari Putra Prima, Ramayana Sentosa Lestari, Mitra
Adiperkasa, and Others 47

Table 26: Departmental Stores in Indonesia: Sales Revenues in
Rp Trillion for 2006 for Major Players - Matahari Putra
Prima, Ramayana Sentosa Lestari, and Mitra Adiperkasa 48

Table 27: Departmental Stores in Indonesia: Number of Outlets
of Leading Players in 2005 & 2006 48
Departmental Stores in Indonesia for 2006 by Market Segments:
Middle-Low, Middle, and High 48

4g. THAILAND 49
Retail Industry 49

4h. TAIWAN 49
Departmental Stores Soar 49

4i. SOUTH KOREA 50
Market Trends 50
Restructuring of Retail Market 50
Departmental Stores 50
Extremities of Weather Buoys Sales Recovery 51
New Market Channels 51

5. LATIN AMERICA 52
Table 28: Leading Retailers in Brazil (2010): Percentage
Breakdown of Market Share for Carrefour S.A., Cia. Brasileira
de Distribuicao, Wal-Mart, G. Barbosa, Cia. Zaffari and Others 52

6. REST OF WORLD 53

6a. MIDDLE EAST 53
Makeover for the Mid East Retail Industry 53
Food Continues to Hog the Limelight 53
Leading Departmental Stores in the Middle-East (2011) for
Saudi Arabia and UAE 54

6b. SOUTH AFRICA 55
Plummeting Consumer Confidence to Slowdown Retail Growth 55
Leading Departmental Stores in Africa (2011) for Ghana, Kenya
and South Africa 55

GLOBAL DIRECTORY
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