The European Market for Emergency Lighting
|発行||CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies||商品コード||594910|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 58 Pages
This is the second edition of CSIL Report on the European market for emergency lighting.
The information provided in this report is based on desk and field analysis, with information collected on approximately 30 sector companies through 30 direct interviews .
The geographical perimeter of the study covers 30 European Countries including the 28 States of the European Union, plus Norway and Switzerland. The countries were divided into eight clusters according to their geographical proximity and similarity in market characteristics. Nordic countries: Denmark (DK), Finland (FI), Norway (NO), and Sweden (SE); United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland (IE); Netherlands (NL); Germany (DE), Austria (AT) and Switzerland (CH); France (FR) and Belgium (BE); Italy (IT); Spain (ES), Portugal (PT) and Greece (GR); Central-Eastern Europe: Bulgaria (BG), Croatia (HR), Cyprus (CY), Czech Republic (CZ), Estonia (EE), Hungary (HU), Latvia (LV), Lithuania (LT), Malta (MA), Poland (PO), Romania (RO), Slovakia (SK), Slovenia (SI).
Estimated data on European production and consumption of emergency lighting are provided by country and by geographical area.
Activity trend is given as comparison with 2012 (previous edition of this Report).
Financial data are showed in terms of turnover growth rate and EBITDA margin for selected companies.
Estimated sales figures and market share for specific countries are given, as well main technological findings . Short profiles of the major European and international companies are also provided
European exports of emergency lighting fixtures by geographical area. Percentage share in value
In recent years, average growth rate per year of the emergency lighting market has been approximately 3.5% in EUR currency. EBITDA margin for the considered products runs around 10% along the considered period. 50 manufacturers hold over 90% of the European market for emergency lighting. The production is made by around 15% of centralized systems, 40% stand-alone systems, 45% signage/ordinary products. The incidence of LED on sales of emergency lighting fixtures was estimated around 20% in 2012. In 2017 it is expected to reach 70%.
Arrow Emergency, Adolf Schuch, Awex, Beghelli, Benbon, Bodine, Daisalux, Emergy-Lite, Hochiki, Inotec, Kennede, Legrand, Lumos, Luminox, Norma Grup, Ocean's King, Philip Payne, Ridi, Schneider, Teknoware, TM Technologie, Trilux, Zumtobel