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ランプの米国市場

Lamps (US Market & Forecast)

発行 Freedonia Group 商品コード 209059
出版日 ページ情報 英文 309 Pages
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ランプの米国市場 Lamps (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2013年10月31日 ページ情報: 英文 309 Pages
概要

米国におけるランプ需要は、2017年まで数量ベースで年率約4%減少すると予測されています。金額にすると同市場は、2012年の74億米ドルから、2017年には72億米ドルの規模になる見通しです。

当レポートでは、米国におけるランプ需要の実績データと予測を製品別、市場別に提供しており、市場環境要因や主要企業の市場シェアとプロファイルなどとともに、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場環境

  • 概論
  • マクロ経済の見通し
  • 人口動態
  • 消費者の収入/支出動向
  • 建設の動向
  • 高速道路への支出
  • 自動車市場の動向
  • 耐久消費財の製造動向
  • 過去の市場動向
  • 価格動向
  • 環境および規制上の課題

第3章 概要

  • 全般
  • ランプの需要
  • ランプの対外貿易
  • ランプの出荷量
  • ランプの特徴
  • LED(発光ダイオード)

第4章 放電ランプ

  • 全般
  • 蛍光灯
    • 特徴
    • 規制上の課題
    • 小型蛍光灯
    • 大型蛍光灯
    • 高出力蛍光灯
    • スリムライン蛍光灯
    • その他の蛍光灯
    • サプライヤー
  • HIDランプおよびその他の放電ランプ
    • 規制上の課題
    • HIDランプ
    • その他の放電ランプ
    • サプライヤー

第5章 フィラメントランプ

  • 全般
  • 白熱灯
    • 特徴
    • 規制上の課題
    • 大型白熱灯
    • 小型白熱灯
    • その他の白熱灯
    • サプライヤー
  • ハロゲンランプ
    • 特徴
    • 規制上の課題
    • 大型ハロゲンランプ
    • 小型ハロゲンランプ
    • サプライヤー

第6章 市場

  • 全般
  • 建物
    • 住居用
    • 非住居用
  • 消費財
  • 自動車
    • セクター別の需要
    • 車両クラス別の需要
  • 屋外照明
  • その他

第7章 産業構造

  • 全般
  • 産業構成
  • 市場シェア
  • 垂直/水平統合
  • 製品開発
  • 製造
  • マーケティング
  • 流通
  • M&A
  • 提携

企業プロファイル

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目次
Product Code: 3054

US demand to decline due to ban on incandescents

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US demand for lamps is projected to decline about four percent annually in unit terms through 2017 as the market adjusts to efficiency regulations, parti-cularly the provisions of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, which effectively bans the sale of many general service incandescent lamps. Since many of the more efficient lamps are priced at a premium, the market will decline only slightly in value terms to $7.2 billion in 2017.

LEDs to pose increasing threat to lamp demand

Light emitting diodes (LEDs) will pose an increasingly serious threat to lamp demand in a number of applications. Traditionally, their high price has limited usage in traditional lighting applications; however, technological innovations that reduce costs and improve performance will result in LEDs continuing to replace lamps in many different lighting markets, leading to the widespread adoption of LED-based lighting devices as an alternative to lamps.


CFLs, halogen lamps to replace incandescents

Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and halogen lamps are expected to replace most incandescents. Since both CFLs and halogen lamps have much longer lives than incandescent lamps, the average replacement rate for lamps will decrease over time, depressing unit demand. However, because both CFLs and halogen lamps are more expensive than the incandescent lamps they replace, the value of the lamp market will decline more slowly than the rate of decline in lamp volume demand through 2017.

Halogen lamps to see fastest gains in demand

Halogen lamps are expected to see the strongest demand increases through 2017. These lamps are the most similar to traditional incandescents and will benefit from consumer familiarity, low initial cost and good light quality. In addition, an increase in motor vehicle production will spur halogen headlight demand. However, halogen lamps are less efficient and shorter-lived than LEDs and will face strong competition from these products over the longer term, particularly as consumers become more familiar with LEDs in other settings.

Maturing fluorescent lamp segment to decelerate

Demand for fluorescent lamps is projected to increase at a slower pace than seen during the 2007-2012 period, when CFLs made inroads in the residential market and less efficient linear fluorescent lamps were being replaced in many nonresidential settings. While the efficient fluorescent lamps will continue to benefit from rising regulatory standards and the replacement of incandescent and less efficient fluorescent lamps, the market for these products is maturing and, over the longer term, will decline due to competition from LEDs.

Discharge lamps to benefit from outdoor lighting use

Through 2017, demand for high intensity discharge and other discharge lamps is forecast to rise 2.3 percent per year to $2.4 billion. These products will benefit from relatively robust growth in the outdoor lighting market and rising market penetration in the motor vehicle market. However, preventing even faster growth will be the expected moderation in prices for many types of electric discharge lamps and rising competition from LEDs in the outdoor and motor vehicle markets.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, Lamps, is priced at $5300. It presents historical demand data (2002, 2007, 2012) plus forecasts (2017, 2022) by product and market. The study also details market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluates company market share, and profiles 31 industry players.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION xi

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

  • General 4
  • Macroeconomic Outlook 5
  • Demographic Trends 8
  • Consumer Income & Expenditure Trends 12
  • Construction Trends 15
    • Residential Building Construction 17
      • Construction Expenditures 18
      • Housing Outlook 20
      • Housing Stock 23
      • Improvements & Repairs 27
    • Nonresidential Building Construction 28
      • Construction Expenditures 29
      • Nonresidential Building Stock 31
      • Improvements & Repairs 33
      • Nonbuilding Construction 34
  • Highway Expenditures 36
  • Motor Vehicle Trends 38
  • Manufacturing Trends 41
  • Historical Market Trends 45
  • Pricing Trends 48
  • Environmental & Regulatory Issues 51
    • General Regulations & Standards 51
    • Energy Efficiency Concerns 57
      • Energy Acts 57
      • American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 59
      • State Regulations 59
      • Energy Efficient Lighting Programs 61
    • Other Environmental Concerns 62

III. OVERVIEW 64

  • Lamp Demand 64
    • Demand by Value 65
    • Demand by Volume 68
  • Lamp Foreign Trade 69
    • Imports 71
    • Exports 73
  • Lamp Shipments 75
  • Lighting Industry Overview 76
  • Lamp Characteristics 78
    • Luminous Efficacy 78
    • Light Quality 81
    • Lighting Fixtures 83
    • Other Lamp Characteristics 85
  • Light Emitting Diodes 86

IV. ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE LAMPS 90

  • General 90
  • Fluorescent Lamps 92
    • Product Characteristics 96
    • Regulatory Issues 98
    • Compact Fluorescent Lamps 101
    • Large Fluorescent Lamps 105
    • High Output Fluorescent Lamps 108
    • Slimline Fluorescent Lamps 110
    • Other Fluorescent Lamps 112
    • Suppliers 113
  • High Intensity Discharge & Other Electrical Discharge Lamps 114
    • Regulatory Issues 117
    • High Intensity Discharge Lamps 118
      • Metal Halide 121
      • Sodium Vapor 124
      • Mercury Vapor 127
    • Other Electrical Discharge Lamps 128
    • Suppliers 131

V. FILAMENT LAMPS 133

  • General 133
  • Incandescent Lamps 136
    • Product Characteristics 139
    • Regulatory Issues 140
    • Large Incandescent Lamps 142
      • General Use Incandescent Lamps 144
      • Incandescent Reflector Lamps 147
      • Decorative Incandescent Lamps 149
      • Other Large Incandescent Lamps 151
    • Miniature Incandescent Lamps 153
      • Incandescent Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamps 155
      • Incandescent Sealed Beam Lamps 156
      • Other Miniature Incandescent Lamps 158
    • Other Incandescent Lamps 159
    • Suppliers 161
  • Halogen Lamps 162
    • Product Characteristics 164
    • Regulatory Issues 165
    • Large Halogen Lamps 166
      • Halogen Reflector Lamps 168
      • Other Large Halogen Lamps 170
    • Miniature Halogen Lamps 172
      • Halogen Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamps 173
      • Halogen Sealed Beam Lamps 175
      • Other Miniature Halogen Lamps 177
    • Suppliers 178

VI. MARKETS 179

  • General 179
  • Buildings 182
    • Residential 184
    • Nonresidential 189
      • Office & Commercial 191
      • Institutional 193
      • Industrial 195
      • Other Nonresidential 197
  • Outdoor Lighting 198
  • Consumer Products 201
  • Motor Vehicles 204
    • Demand by Sector 207
    • Demand by Vehicle Class 210
  • Other Markets 212

VII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 214

  • General 214
  • Industry Composition 215
  • Market Share 217
  • Vertical & Horizontal Integration 223
  • Product Development 224
    • Environment-Related Developments 225
    • Other Lamp Product Developments 226
  • Manufacturing 228
  • Marketing 229
    • Green Marketing 230
    • Consumer-Focused Strategies 231
    • Other Market-Specific Strategies 233
  • Distribution 234
    • Consumer 235
    • Nonresidential 237
    • OEM 238
  • Mergers & Acquisitions 239
  • Cooperative Agreements 240

Company Profiles 241

  • Advanced Lighting Technologies Incorporated 242
  • Amglo Kemlite Laboratories Incorporated 244
  • Automotive Lighting Reutlingen, see Fiat Chicago Miniature Lighting, see Revstone Industries EiKO Limited 246
  • EYE Lighting International of North America, see Iwasaki Electric Federal-Mogul Corporation 248
  • Federal Signal Corporation 250
  • Feit Electric Company Incorporated 252
  • Fiat SpA 254
  • GE Lighting, see General Electric General Electric Company 256
  • Hamamatsu Photonics KK 261
  • Harison Toshiba Lighting, see Toshiba HELLA KGaA Hueck & Company 263
  • Interlectric Corporation 265
  • Iwasaki Electric Company Limited 267
  • JKL Components Corporation 269
  • LCD Lighting, see Light Sources Light Sources Incorporated 270
  • Lights of America Incorporated 274
  • MaxLite Incorporated 275
  • Meadville Lamp, see Trojan National Cathode Corporation 277
  • OSRAM Licht AG 278
  • Panasonic Corporation 283
  • Peterson Manufacturing Company 285
  • Philips Electronics North America, see Royal Philips Revstone Industries LLC 286
  • Royal Philips NV 288
  • Siemens AG 292
  • Stanley Electric Company Limited 293
  • TCP International Holdings Limited 295
  • Toshiba Corporation 297
  • Trojan Incorporated 299
  • Universal Lighting Technologies, see Panasonic US Energy Technologies, see US Lighting Tech US Lighting Tech Incorporated 300
  • Ushio Incorporated 301
  • UVP LLC 305
  • Valeo Sylvania, see OSRAM Licht Venture Lighting International, see Advanced Lighting Technologies Visteon Corporation 307
  • Voltarc Technologies, see Light Source Welch Allyn Incorporated 308

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Macroeconomic Indicators 8
  • 2 Population & Households 12
  • 3 Personal Consumption Expenditures 15
  • 4 Construction Expenditures 17
  • 5 Residential Building Construction Expenditures 20
  • 6 Housing Completions 23
  • 7 Housing Stock by Type 26
  • 8 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures 28
  • 9 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 31
  • 10 Nonresidential Building Stock 33
  • 11 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures 34
  • 12 Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures 36
  • 13 Highway Expenditures 38
  • 14 Motor Vehicle Indicators 41
  • 15 Manufacturers' Shipments 44
  • 16 Historical Market Trends 47
  • 17 Average Prices for Selected Lamps 51
  • 18 Selected Regulations Concerning Lamps 55

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

  • 1 Lamp Value Demand by Type 66
  • 2 Lamp Volume Demand by Type 69
  • 3 Lamp Foreign Trade 70
  • 4 Lamp Shipments by Type 76
  • 5 Lighting Industry Overview 78

SECTION IV -- ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE LAMPS

  • 1 Electrical Discharge Lamp Supply & Demand 92
  • 2 Fluorescent Lamp Supply & Demand 95
  • 3 Compact Fluorescent Lamp Demand 105
  • 4 Large Fluorescent Lamp Demand 108
  • 5 High Output Fluorescent Lamp Demand 110
  • 6 Slimline Fluorescent Lamp Demand 111
  • 7 Other Fluorescent Lamp Demand 113
  • 8 High Intensity Discharge & Other Discharge Lamp Supply & Demand 116
  • 9 High Intensity Discharge Lamp Demand by Type 121
  • 10 Other Electrical Discharge Lamp Demand 131

SECTION V -- FILAMENT LAMPS

  • 1 Filament Lamp Supply & Demand 136
  • 2 Incandescent Lamp Supply & Demand 138
  • 3 Large Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type 144
  • 4 General Use Incandescent Lamp Demand 147
  • 5 Incandescent Reflector Lamp Demand 149
  • 6 Decorative Incandescent Lamp Demand 150
  • 7 Other Large Incandescent Lamp Demand 153
  • 8 Miniature Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type 155
  • 9 Incandescent Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamp Demand 156
  • 10 Incandescent Sealed Beam Lamp Demand 158
  • 11 Other Miniature Incandescent Lamp Demand 159
  • 12 Other Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type 161
  • 13 Halogen Lamp Supply & Demand 164
  • 14 Large Halogen Lamp Demand by Type 168
  • 15 Halogen Reflector Lamp Demand 170
  • 16 Other Large Halogen Lamp Demand 172
  • 17 Miniature Halogen Lamp Demand by Type 173
  • 18 Halogen Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamp Demand 175
  • 19 Halogen Sealed Beam Lamp Demand 176
  • 20 Other Miniature Halogen Lamp Demand 178

SECTION VI -- MARKETS

  • 1 Lamp Demand by Market 181
  • 2 Building Market for Lamps 184
  • 3 Residential Building Market for Lamps 188
  • 4 Nonresidential Building Market for Lamps 191
  • 5 Office & Commercial Building Market for Lamps 193
  • 6 Institutional Building Market for Lamps 195
  • 7 Industrial Building Market for Lamps 196
  • 8 Other Nonresidential Building Market for Lamps 198
  • 9 Outdoor Lighting Market for Lamps 201
  • 10 Consumer Product Market for Lamps 204
  • 11 Motor Vehicle Market for Lamps 207
  • 12 Motor Vehicle Lamp Demand by Sector 210
  • 13 Motor Vehicle Lamp Demand by Vehicle Class 212
  • 14 Other Markets for Lamps 213

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Lamp Sales by Company, 2012 217

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2012 26
  • 2 Lamps Market 2003-2012 48

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

  • 1 Lamp Demand by Type, 2012 67
  • 2 US Lamp Trade by Type, 2012 71
  • 3 US Lamp Imports by Source, 2012 73
  • 4 US Lamp Exports by Destination, 2012 74
  • 5 Luminous Efficacy of Selected Light Sources 81
  • 6 Light Quality of Selected Light Sources 83

SECTION IV -- ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE LAMPS

  • 1 Fluorescent Lamp Demand by Type, 2002-2022 96
  • 2 High Intensity Discharge & Other Discharge Lamp Demand by Type, 2002-2022 117

SECTION V -- FILAMENT LAMPS

  • 1 Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type, 2002-2022 139

SECTION VI -- MARKETS

  • 1 Lamp Demand by Market, 2002-2022 181

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Lamp Market Share by Company, 2012 219
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