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CSIL is working on its new 2021 furniture reports publishing agenda, focusing on a wide range of topics, further broadening CSIL’s traditional research areas, among the others:
•    Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide
•    Trends in workspace and office furniture market 
•    Working from home, home-office furniture
•    eCommerce in the office furniture sector
•    Adjustable bed bases
•    Cities and potential furniture market
•    Upholstered furniture sector, top markets and leading manufacturers
It is always important for us to keep in touch with our clients and furniture professionals, in this time of social distancing in particular, in order to present our 2021 research programme, to share points of view on markets and to understand insights and strategies implemented by companies to face market challenges for the early future. 
 
To this purpose, we will be more than happy to schedule a video meeting with you, in order to have a face-to-face chat, waiting for all of us travel agenda to reopen. Please let me know should you be interested in and we will set up an appointment.
 
AMONG OUR LATEST ISSUES
•    'World furniture outlook 2021' (December 2020, list price EUR 2000). More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
•    'E-commerce for the furniture industry', (December 2020, list price EUR 1200). More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/e-commerce-furniture-industry-0058529.html 
•    'Office furniture: world market outlook' (December 2020, list price EUR 1600). More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/office-furniture-world-market-outlook-0070622.html
•    'The furniture industry in Europe' (November 2020, list price EUR 3500). More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/european-furniture-outlook-0065941.html
•    'Furniture retailing in Europe' (January 2020, list price EUR 2900). More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/furniture-retailing-europe-0058461.html
•    'The contract furniture and furnishings market in Europe' (April 2020, list price EUR 2600). More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-contract-furniture-furnishings-market-europe-0058532.html
CSIL MAGAZINE
Please, find the December 2020 edition of our Magazine 'World Furniture' at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDFres/88_CSIL-Magazine 
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According to CSIL, the international trade of office furniture has shown the first signs of recovery in the second half of 2020. The bulk of office furniture exports originates in China, Canada, Germany, the USA and Italy. In particular, China increased its share on world exports from 30% in 2010 to 44% in 2020.
As far as the global office furniture consumption is concerned, the outlook for 2021 is for a higher rebound in Asia Pacific, while the recovery in North America is expected to be in the region of 3%, low growth is forecasted for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
 
The new edition of CSIL report 'Office furniture: world market outlook' is now available. Full table of contents and more info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/office-furniture-world-market-outlook-0070622.html
 
This report offers an overview of the global office furniture sector, with basic data for production, consumption imports and exports (2011-2019 and 2020 preliminary estimates), international trade, market forecasts up to 2022, profiles of 50 leading office furniture manufacturers at a global level.
 
Considered countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam. 
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The world furniture industry has been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. According to CSIL estimates, the global furniture consumption registered an unprecedent  decrease in 2020.
Within this framework is worth noticing, however, that social distacing policies and lockdowns provided people with the opportunity to focus on home and comfort and to adapt their spaces to the need of working from home. 
The online channel is partially compensating the sharp decrease of brick and mortar stores' sales and the global value of furniture sold online registered a double digit encrease in this diffucult year.

The new edition of CSIL Report ‘E-commerce for the furniture industry’ is now available. More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/e-commerce-furniture-industry-0058529.html

This report analyses the incidence of e-commerce in the furniture market, with a focus on key geographical areas (Europe, North America, Asia), current market size, different e-commerce business models, performance of leading players and results of CSIL survey to leading furniture manufacturers that highlight their approach to the web channel, their strategies, future expectations and the most-demanded products.
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According to CSIL, for the year 2021, a growth of furniture consumption above the depressed levels of 2020 is expected worldwide. 
Among the largest markets (over US$ 5 billion of furniture consumption), China and India are the countries where a greater rebound in furniture consumption is forecasted.
CSIL data also show a substantial decrease in furniture imports for all the major countries in 2020. After the major contraction, however, growth will resume in 2021 and the pre-pandeic level in furniture imports is expected to be attained in 2022.
 
The new December 2020 edition of the CSIL Report ‘World furniture outlook’ is now available. Download free sample and full table of contents at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
 
This study analyses the global furniture sector through maps, graphs, World tables and summary tables for 100 Countries showing historical statistical data of furniture production, consumption, imports and exports, preliminary estimates for 2020, furniture consumption forecasts for the years 2021 and 2022, country rankings, major furniture importing and exporting countries and main trading partners.
 
The ‘World furniture outlook’ report can be ordered online or by email through a order form we can send you upon request.
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CSIL Furniture Country Reports (Europe), now available:
 
Austria Furniture Outlook
Latvia Furniture Outlook 

Belgium Furniture Outlook
Lithuania Furniture Outlook

Bulgaria Furniture Outlook
Malta Furniture Outlook

Croatia Furniture Outlook
Netherlands Furniture Outlook

Cyprus Furniture Outlook
Norway Furniture Outlook

Czech Republic Furniture Outlook
Poland Furniture Outlook

Denmark Furniture Outlook
Portugal Furniture Outlook

Estonia Furniture Outlook
Romania Furniture Outlook

Finland Furniture Outlook
Slovakia Furniture Outlook

France Furniture Outlook
Slovenia Furniture Outlook

Germany Furniture Outlook
Spain Furniture Outlook

Greece Furniture Outlook
Sweden Furniture Outlook

Hungary Furniture Outlook
Switzerland Furniture Outlook

Ireland Furniture Outlook
UK Furniture Outlook

Italy Furniture Outlook

     
 
Each Country Report can be easily ordered online or by email and includes: an outline of the country’s furniture market, furniture consumption forecasts to 2021, historical series of production, consumption, imports and exports of furniture, main trading partners, furniture manufacturing system, short profiles of leading manufacturers.
 
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COMING SOON: ‘E-commerce in the furniture industry’ (December 2020). CSIL launches an ONLINE SURVEY and invites you to take part using the following link: 
 
>>> https://www.research.net/r/onlinefurnituremarket?c=15957
 
The survey is addressed to furniture manufacturers and aims at analysing the trends of e-commerce for the furniture industry. It will take only 5 minutes (10 questions). Participants will receive a free summary of the main research findings. Thank you for your collaboration!
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Europe still plays an important role in the global furniture industry. With a market value of nearly EUR 100 billion, it is the second-largest furniture market in the world and the most integrated one (over 80% of the demand is satisfied by EU production).
The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting almost the entire Europe for the second time. Nevertheless, the intensity of the contraction and the subsequent growths are largely interdependent across countries, some are projected to experience a deeper contraction, than others do. Among the five largest markets, in Italy, in France, in the UK and in Spain, the estimated contraction of the furniture market will be deeper. In contrast, Germany was less affected by the crisis than the other European countries. 
According to CSIL, the World and the European furniture consumption for 2021 should turn to positive. Growth forecasts depend on the severity of the slump in 2020 and on the expected rebound.
 
The CSIL Market Research Report ‘The furniture industry in Europe’ is now available. More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/european-furniture-outlook-0065941.html
 
This report contains all the main statistics and indicators useful to analyze the European furniture industry. Historical trends and furniture market forecasts, factors affecting the competitiveness of producers, description of the main furniture manufacturing countries, top manufacturers and largest companies (around 1300 companies mentioned), furniture market potentials and development insights, data by segment, reports by country.
 
Countries included: Austria, Belgium-Lux, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom.
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The COVID-19 outbreak is affecting the global business, with no exception both for furniture and mattress markets. There are, however, some aspects to take into consideration when considering the mattress sector.
The online channel, which was already eroding offline shares among the global mattress retail markets in recent years, is increasing and partially compensating the sharp decrease of brick-and-mortar stores’ sales. According to CSIL, the online mattress market was already following a growth trajectory, registering a +30% in 2019, with different performances across the world. The United States is by far the largest market; in Europe, the increase in the online mattress market in Germany is remarkable; in Asia Pacific, the booming Chinese market drives the growth.
During the first semester of 2020, the fast increase in online sales is recorded among the largest retailers of home furniture and mattresses (in particular online mattress companies). This could be an opportunity for both mattress retailers and manufacturers.
The new edition of CSIL report ‘E-commerce in the mattress industry’ is now available. More details at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/e-commerce-mattress-industry-worldwide-0089033.html
This study offers a detailed analysis of the online mattress market with a particular focus on three world areas: the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. Largest retail mattress markets, incidence of online mattress sales in key countries (the US, Canada, China, India, South Korea, Germany, the UK, France and Spain), e-commerce mattress sales of the leading retailers and company profiles highlighting activity and performance in this sector are provided.
Coming soon: 'E-commerce for the furiture industry', to be issued in December 2020.

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CSIL constantly monitors the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the furniture market scenario, to support clients with the most updated data and valuable insights. 
 
Furniture market forecasts (2020-2021) have been updated at the end of September and are available for free with the purchase of the June 2020 edition of the “World furniture outlook 2020/2021” report (more info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html).   
 
The December edition of the “World furniture outlook” study that you can now pre-order at very special conditions, will include 2020 preliminary estimates of furniture consumption, production and trade, and 2021-2022 furniture market forecasts.
 
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This is to invite you to look at CSIL’s latest insights concerning the upholstered furniture market scenario in the article “THE WORLD UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE INDUSTRY”, available for free download at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/media/WorldUpholsteredFurniture_2020_CSIL.pdf?_t=1601292058.
 
Source: CSIL Magazine “World Furniture” Nr 87/September 2020. Click HERE to see the full digital review.
 
Find out CSIL detailed analysis of the global upholstered furniture sector in the report “The World Upholstered Furniture Industry”, June 2020.
 
I am at your disposal for further details. 
 
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The home office furniture market in Europe evolved positively in the last decade. The growth is the result of the increasing demand from people working at home, regularly or sometimes, a potential number of over 80 million individuals. Germany is by far the largest market, followed by the UK and France.
With the Covid-19 outbreak, the proportion of teleworkers is forecasted to grow, leading to a general improvement in furniture and tools used for working from home. This market, historically composed to a large extent of RTA furniture and relatively low budget items, will undergo a significant transformation, evolving also in terms of features and quality.
Expansion of working from home and change in workers’ habits will lead the competition to become tougher. As customers will tend to invest more in their home office furniture, the number of actors participating in the home office supply business will multiply in different categories.
 
the new 2020 edition of the CSIL Report ‘Home office furniture market in Europe’ is now available.
 
This study analyses the evolution of the home office furniture segment in Europe, demand determinants, incidence by geographical area, distribution, competition and end-users’ experience concerning home office environment, furniture products, purchasing process, budgets and channels.
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World furniture consumption is worth about USD 445 billion. According to CSIL, furniture market forecasts on a global level are of a sharp drop in 2020, with large markets experiencing a double digit decreases and Asian markets controlling damages.
The consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic on the furniture market vary widely from country to country (and therefore from region to region) depending on severity of the contagion, length of the lockdowns,status of the economy in early 2020, ability to mobilize resources to assist in the recovery and, for furniture exporting countries, opportunities to stimulate local consumption to absorb furniture made available as a consequence of decreased exports.
+the new July 2020 edition of the CSIL Report World furniture outlook is now available. Detailed description of the study and full table of contents at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html 
The CSIL flagship study, published twice a year, provides an overview of the global furniture sector through maps, graphs, World tables and summary tables for 100 Countries, showing historical statistical data of furniture production, consumption, imports and exports, furniture consumption forecasts for the years 2020 and 2021 taking into account the impact of Covid-19 pandemic, country rankings, major furniture importing and exporting countries and main trading partners.
Given the particular circumstances this year, clients of this report will also receive a complimentary update of the 2020/2021 furniture consumption forecasts by the end of September.
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According to CSIL, the European market for office furniture exceeds EUR 9 billion. Among the largest markets, Germany, the UK and the Netherlands. The performance improved for the fourth consecutive year in 2019, sustained by a strong growth of imports, representing about 42% of total European consumption of the sector.
The consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic on the office furniture consumption vary from country to country, depending on length of the lockdowns, status of the economy in early 2020, ability to mobilize resources to assist in the recovery, and, for office furniture exporting countries, opportunities to stimulate local consumption to absorb office furniture made available. At the time being, forecasts for office furniture consumption in the whole European area are for a huge drop in 2020, impacting on all the top markets. A rebound of the office furniture market in Europe, though feeble, is expected in 2021.
The unexpected shift caused by the coronavirus in workplace operations may also have a lasting impact on workspace design thinking and use. The situation is expected to change in times, with the adoption of urgent solutions in the emergency, medium term solutions and long-term changes in office and public spaces. With the Covid-19 outbreak, also working from home has definitely increased over the world, and, in some countries, it suddenly kicked off after years of trial.
The new 2020 edition of CSIL Report ‘The European market for office furniture’ is now available. More details at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-european-market-office-furniture-0058455.html
This study provides a comprehensive picture of the office furniture sector in Europe (30 countries with detailed analysis) through historical series of basic data (production, consumption and trade) up to the year 2019, 2020-2021 office furniture market forecasts for the top 15 consuming countries (Austria, Belgium-Lux, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom) representing almost 90% of the total market, performance and market shares of the leading office furniture manufacturers, product categories, distribution and prices.
An update of the 2020/2021 office furniture consumption forecasts is included in the report’s price and will be sent in October.
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the following CSIL Reports that analyse the Furniture retailing in 13 European Countries (January 2020 edition): 
•    Furniture retailing in Austria 
•    Furniture retailing in Belgium 
•    Furniture retailing in Denmark 
•    Furniture retailing in Finland 
•    Furniture retailing in France 
•    Furniture retailing in Germany 
•    Furniture retailing in Italy 
•    Furniture retailing in the Netherlands 
•    Furniture retailing in Norway 
•    Furniture retailing in Spain 
•    Furniture retailing in Sweden 
•    Furniture retailing in Switzerland 
•    Furniture retailing in the United Kingdom 
Each Country Report provides Home furniture consumption (retail prices), data by furniture segment, furniture imports, structure of the country's furniture distribution system, detailed profiles of the leading furniture retailers operating on the reference markets. 
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About 80% of the world upholstered furniture consumption, which amounts to around US$ 70 billion overall, takes place in ten countries, the main ones are China, the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom and India. 
 
The consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic on the upholstered furniture market vary widely from country to country, depending on the length of lockdowns, the status of the economy in the early 2020, the ability to mobilize resources to assist in the recovery, and, for upholstered furniture exporting countries, the opportunities to stimulate local consumption to absorb upholstered furniture made available as a consequence of decreased exports.
 
In 2020, a double-digit decrease is expected for all the major consuming countries with the exception of the Asia area which shows a minor drop.
 
The new edition of the CSIL report ‘The world upholstered furniture industry’ is now available. More details and sample at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-upholstered-furniture-industry-0058488.html
 
This study offers a comprehensive picture of the Global upholstered furniture sector: data for production, consumption, imports and exports of upholstered furniture for the time series 2010-2019, market size and forecasts up to 2021, detailed profiles of the 31 leading upholstered furniture manufacturers worldwide, summary data tables for 70 countries and, new in this edition, a focus on the Top 20 world upholstered furniture countries (China, India, Vietnam, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, Romania, Spain, Lithuania, United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Turkey), also including the analysis of the competitive system and short profiles for a total of 640 manufacturers.
 
Impact of Covid-19: Given the particular circumstances we have decided to revaluate the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on the upholstered furniture sector during the year and, by the end of October, we will send a complimentary update of the 2020/2021 upholstered furniture market forecasts to our Clients.
 
Considered countries: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong (China), Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam.
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new package offer related to our 2020 ‘World Furniture Outlook’ reports. 

Due to the extraordinary situation caused by the Covid epidemic, we decided to include in a single offer the complete information data package related to our flagship study ‘World Furniture Outlook’, including both July 2020 and December 2020 editions, plus an extra item, a September update for furniture consumption forecasts.

The package includes: 
- World Furniture Outlook 2020/2021, full report to be issued in July 2020. Furniture production, export, import, consumption data 2010-2019 (definitive) and furniture consumption forecasts 2020 – 2021 that already take into account the results of CSIL evaluation regarding the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic.
- Update of furniture consumption forecasts 2020/2021, to be sent in September 2020. This is a new item added this year.
- World Furniture Outlook 2021, full report to be issued in December 2020. Furniture production, export, import, consumption data 2011-2020 (preliminary) and furniture consumption forecasts 2021-2022

100 Countries covered: Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong (China), Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (China), Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam.
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special offer on the new 2020 edition of the CSIL report ‘The world upholstered furniture industry’, that will be published on June 15.
 
Upholstered furniture consumption forecasts (2020-2021) included in this study will take into account the results of CSIL evaluation of the Covid-19 pandemic’s effects on the furniture sector worldwide.
 
Moreover, as you can see from the draft table of contents here enclosed, together with the usual overview of the global upholstered furniture industry, the 70 summary Country tables, and the profiles of the leading global manufacturers of the segment, this year edition will also provide a detailed analysis on the Top 20 world upholstered furniture markets (China, India, Vietnam, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, Romania, Spain, Lithuania, United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Turkey).
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According to CSIL, the European production of contract furniture and furnishings exceeded EUR 10 billion in 2019. About 20% of local production is destined to projects in North America, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
The general trend of competition shows that this sector in Europe is progressively becoming more concentrated. The combined market share of the top 20 companies rose from 39% in 2017, to about 45% in 2019, following several M&A operations going on in the business.
The growth of the contract furniture demand in Europe is the result of different performances across segments. Office, Hospitality and Retail represent together over 60% of the whole contract market, however the sector growth in the last years was mainly driven by marine, restaurants, hospitality, offices and airports. Airports are ever more complex places with different spaces like congress rooms and hotels. Therefore, production and consumption of contract furniture for this segment both increased in the last years.
The new edition of CSIL report ‘The contract furniture and furnishings market in Europe’ is now available. More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-contract-furniture-furnishings-market-europe-0058532.html
This study provides a comprehensive picture of the European contract furniture business: production and market size, leading manufacturers, destination segments, demand drivers and projects, product categories and, new in this year edition, a special focus on furniture for the Airport segment.
Geographical coverage: Northern Europe (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden); Central Europe (Austria, Germany, Switzerland); Western Europe (Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom); Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain).
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Starting from the beginning of 2020 we have published the following studies:

•    Furniture retailing in Europe (January)
•    Furniture Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean (March)
•    Office & commercial furniture supply for small business and e-commerce in Europe. The dealer point of view (March 2020)

And currently, we are working on:
•    The upholstered furniture industry, top global markets and leading players
•    The contract furniture and furnishings market, destination segments and products, with a special focus on furniture for the airport segment 
•    The world mattress industry, distribution, ecommerce and bed-in-a-box mattresses
•    The European market for office furniture, our annual detailed analysis for 30 countries

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With almost 640 million inhabitants, the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean have a total furniture consumption exceeding USD 16 billion. Brazil, a large furniture consumer ranking 12th at a global level, is the main market of the area, followed by Mexico and Chile.
Currently, there are 71 metropolitan areas in Latin America and the Caribbean with a population of more than 1 million inhabitants. Urbanisation continues to be rapid and large urban areas will be the engine of economic growth, with important implications for future increases in furniture consumption.
Around 30% of the furniture consumed in Latin America and the Caribbean is imported. Furniture imports in the area is growing and amounts to around USD 4.5 billion. The major importing countries are Mexico, Panama, Brazil and Chile.
The new edition of CSIL report Furniture Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean is now available. More info and sample at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/furniture-outlook-latin-america-caribbean-0066239.html
This study offers a rich collection of key-data, useful to analyse the furniture market in Latin America and the Caribbean. Production, consumption, imports and exports of furniture by country and by geographical area, trading partners, major urban markets and furniture market forecasts. 
28 Countries covered: Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Eastern Caribbean States, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela
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With almost 1 million workers employed in around 121,000 manufacturing firms and a production value exceeding Eur 92 billion, that accounts for a little less than one-fourth of the global furniture industry, Europe plays a key role in the global furniture industry.
Europe is the headquarter of some of the largest global furniture players. According to CSIL, 85 out of the top 200 furniture manufacturers at a global level are located in this area, where furniture manufacturing has a long history. This, together with cultural heritage, gives the European manufacturers a competitive edge and favours the development of creative competences recognized worldwide.
 
The CSIL report Top Furniture Manufacturers in Europe provides short profiles of the leading furniture manufacturers in Europe, over 1400 companies that were selected by CSIL according to their size in terms of total turnover and/or the total number of employees.
Each company profile provides Company name, Address, Activity, Product portfolio, Turnover range, Employees range and Contact details (general email address and website).
 
Companies are headquartered in 30 European countries (Austria, Belgium-Lux, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom).
 
More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/top-furniture-manufacturers-europe-0058669.html
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Western Europe claims around one fifth of the world home furniture consumption which makes it a large and profitable market, boasting around 424 million consumers, with higher than the world average per capita spending on furniture. In the last years, Western European market has been increasing fast its openness degree and, currently, over 30% of Western European home furniture demand is satisfied by imports from extra-WE countries.
The home furniture retailing sector in Western Europe is increasingly concentrated and in general, it is more concentrated than furniture manufacturing. According to CSIL estimates, the top 15 retailing companies generate around 26% of the total value of the Western European market. The increase in the level of concentration is due to the good performances, acquisitions, agreements and the growth in market shares of ‘giants’ and other large furniture chains.
The new edition of CSIL report Furniture retailing in Europe is now available. More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/furniture-retailing-europe-0058461.html
This study offers a comparative analysis of the home furniture retailing sector in 13 European countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom), with trends in home furniture consumption, market forecasts, analysis by distribution channel, retail formats, country analysis and performance of the leading furniture retailers operating on the reference markets.
Over 500 furniture retailers, of which 144 with detailed profile, are listed in the study.
Considered products: Kitchen furniture, Upholstered furniture, Dining and living rooms, Non-upholstered seats, Bedrooms, Mattresses, Other furniture.
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CSIL at IMM COLOGNE 2020
CSIL partners will attend IMM Exhibition in Cologne on January 13-14-15 and it is always important for us to meet our clients and furniture professionals during the fairs, in order to talk about our 2020 research programme, share mutual points of view on markets and to understand your company insights and strategies to face market challenges for the early future.

Currently, we are working on new furniture reports, focusing on a wide range of topics, further broadening CSIL’s traditional research areas, among the others:
- The upholstered furniture industry, top global markets and leading players
- The world mattress industry with focus on distribution, ecommerce and bed-in-a-box mattresses
- The home furniture retaling
- The contract furniture and furnishings market, destination segments and products

If you exhibit there or visit the fair, we would be pleased to take this occasion to meet you. The meeting could be at your booth (please send us coordinates in advance in order to let us plan our agenda) or elsewhere, at your convenience.

FURNITURE MARKET: CSIL LATEST PUBLICATIONS
- World Furniture Outlook 2020, 100 countries, December 2019
- Office furniture: world market outlook, December 2019 
- The mattress market in China, October 2019
- The furniture industry in Europe, October 2019
- E-commerce for the furniture industry, September 2019
- Upholstered furniture: world market outlook 2020, September 2019
 
For the full list of already available CSIL Furniture Market Reports, please visit the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/showPage.php?template=reports&masterPage=Furniture-Industry.html

CSIL MAGAZINE
The new December 2019 issue of CSIL International Review "World Furniture" is available at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDFres/furniture-Mag-84

Looking forward to meeting you in Cologne, I would like to wish you a happy New Year!

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World consumption of office furniture exceeds USD 51 billion, accounting for about 12% of total world furniture consumption. According to CSIL preliminary estimates for the year 2019, the office furniture market is almost stable if compared to 2018, mainly because of global trade uncertainty. Asia Pacific is the main market, with a 41% share of world office furniture consumption. North America and Europe are the other main consuming areas.
 
The new edition of CSIL report Office furniture: world market outlook is now available. Full table of contents and more info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/office-furniture-world-market-outlook-0070622.html
 
This report offers an overview of the global office furniture sector, with basic data for production, consumption imports and exports (2010-2018 and 2019 preliminary estimates), international trade, market forecasts up to 2021, profiles of 50 leading office furniture manufacturers at a global level.
 
Considered countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam. 
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The main furniture exporting country is China, followed at a distance by Germany, Poland, Italy, and Vietnam.
After a long period of growth, Chinese furniture exports, according to CSIL preliminary estimates, were virtually stagnant in 2019 among other reasons because of trade tensions with the US.
The fastest growing furniture exporter is at present Vietnam.
The new edition of CSIL report World furniture outlook 2020 is now available. More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
This study provides an overview of the global furniture sector, with historical data (production, consumption, imports and exports), preliminary estimates for the year 2019 and forecasts of furniture demand in 2020 and 2021 for 100 countries.
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With almost 530 million inhabitants, Europe is the second largest market in the world, coming after Asia Pacific and before North America. It accounts for roughly one quarter of the global world furniture market, with a value, at producer prices, in the range of Euro 93 billion. Currently the largest markets are Germany, the UK, France, and Italy, absorbing altogether around 60% of the total European furniture consumption.

When it comes to furniture production, Europe keeps maintaining a relevant role, accounting for around one fourth of the global furniture industry. Western Europe is responsible for the largest share, but Eastern countries are the fastest growing ones. Furniture manufacturing has a long history in Europe. This, together with cultural heritage, gives European manufacturers a competitive edge and favors the development of creative competences recognized worldwide. While remaining an SME-based industry, Europe is the headquarters of some of the largest global players. According to CSIL, 85 out of the top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide are located in this area.
 
The CSIL Market Research Report ‘The furniture industry in Europe’ is now available. More information, table of contents and free abstract available at the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/european-furniture-outlook-0065941.html
 
This report contains all the main statistics and indicators useful to analyze the European furniture industry. Historical trends and furniture market forecasts, factors affecting the competitiveness of producers and SWOT analysis, top manufacturers and largest companies (over 1400 companies mentioned), furniture market potentials and development insights, data by segment, reports by country.
 
Countries included: Austria, Belgium-Lux, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom.
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the list of CSIL 2019 Research Reports:
 
- The office furniture market in India, January 2019
- E-commerce in the mattress industry: a world overview, January 2019
- Office furniture features and workplace trends 2019-2020: a dealer point of view, January 2019
- Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide, March 2019
- Africa Furniture Outlook, March 2019
- The kitchen furniture market in the United States, April 2019
- The High-End Design Furniture Market, May 2019
- The European market for kitchen furniture, part I, May 2019
- The European market for office furniture, June 2019
- The European market for bathroom furniture, furnishings and wellness, June 2019
- The world mattress industry, July 2019
- World Furniture Outlook, July 2019
- The furniture industry in Vietnam, July 2019
- The office furniture market in Asia Pacific and China, August 2019
- Top Urban furniture markets. Potential demand and forecasts for 30 large cities, September 2019
- Upholstered furniture: world market outlook 2020, September 2019
- The furniture industry in Europe, October 2019
- E-commerce for the furniture industry, October 2019
 
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the list of CSIL latest available Furniture Country Reports:
 
Austria Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Belgium Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Bulgaria Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Croatia Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Cyprus Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Czech Republic Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Denmark Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Estonia Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Finland Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
France Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Germany Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Greece Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Hungary Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Ireland Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Italy Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
India Furniture Outlook, Dec-18
Latvia Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Lithuania Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Malta Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Netherlands Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Norway Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Poland Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Portugal Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Romania Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Slovakia Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Slovenia Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Spain Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Sweden Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Switzerland Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
United Kingdom Furniture Outlook, Oct-19
Africa Furniture Outlook, Mar-19
The Furniture industry in Vietnam, Aug-19
 
CSIL Country Furniture Outlook Series of reports currently covers 100 countries selected on the basis of size of the economy, importance of the furniture sector and contribution to the world furniture trade.
 

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According to CSIL, around 6% of global furniture sales is driven by the e-commerce channel. While world furniture consumption increased by 5% on average between 2016 and 2018, the online sales channel outperformed, with +27% average annual growth over the same period. China became the largest worldwide e-commerce furniture market in values in 2018, surpassing the US.
 
The new 2019 edition of CSIL report "E-commerce for the furniture industry" is now available. More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/e-commerce-furniture-industry-0058529.html
 
This report analyses the e-commerce for the furniture industry, estimating this market size at a world level, for key geographical areas and relevant countries, and providing sales volume and performances for single distributor categories, furniture consumption and e-commerce sales by segment, different e-commerce business models, online sales of furniture and related products for a total of 140 leading players, with profiles highlighting their e-commerce policies.
 
FOCUS ON | The furniture e-commerce business in Europe, North America and Asia: sector performance and sales of the leading furniture e-commerce players.
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the new 2019 edition of the report ‘The furniture industry in Europe’, to be issued by the end of October (abstract of the 2018 edition in attachment), a detailed analysis of the furniture industry in 30 countries (Austria, Belgium-Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK).
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With a value of around USD 72 billion, the upholstered furniture market accounts for about 16% of total world furniture consumption and is constantly growing. Approximately 80% of global upholstery demand takes place in ten markets. Currently, the majors are China, the United States and Germany, accounting together for a 60% of total consumption of this segment.

The new 2019 edition of the CSIL report "Upholstered furniture: world market outlook 2020" is now available. More info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/upholstered-furniture-world-market-outlook-0058488.html

This study provides an overview of the global upholstered furniture industry with statistical data for production, consumption, international trade and forecasts to 2020 for 70 markets. A special section provides detailed company profiles of 35 leading upholstered furniture manufacturers at a global level.

Also available, of your potential interest, 'Top Urban furniture markets. Potential demand and forecasts for 30 large cities' that identifies and analyses the top urban furniture markets, 30 world cities to focus on, in order to see where the international furniture and furnishings players can find good business opportunities in the coming years. More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/top-urban-furniture-markets-potential-demand-and-forecasts-0000030.html
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The new CSIL report ‘Top Urban furniture markets. Potential demand and forecasts for 30 large cities‘ is now available.
 
This study identifies and analyses, through key data and forecasts, the top urban furniture markets, 30 world cities to focus on, in order to see where the international furniture and furnishings players can find good business opportunities in the coming years.
 
For each selected metropolitan area, this report provides a selection of economic and demographic indicators, furniture market size and forecasts up to 2023, location of furniture flagship and mono-brand stores for a selection of European high-end furniture manufacturers, highlighting the most recent openings.
 
Please find more information and sample at: https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/top-furniture-cities-in-the-world-potential-forecasts-0091402.html

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the last available CSIL Furniture Market Reports and upcoming releases:
 
LATEST PUBLICATIONS

FURNITURE MARKET
- World Furniture Outlook, July 2019 (https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html)
- Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide, March 2019 (https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/top-200-furniture-manufacturers-worldwide-0058486.html)
- The high-end design furniture market, May 2019 (https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/high-end-design-furniture-market-0058649.html)
- The furniture industry in Vietnam, July 2019 (https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/furniture-industry-vietnam-0058553.html)

OFFICE & WORKPLACE
- The European market for office furniture, June 2019 (https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-european-market-office-furniture-0058455.html)
- The office furniture market in Asia Pacific and China, August 2019 (https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-office-furniture-market-asia-pacific-0058538.html)
 
WE ARE WORKING ON
- The furniture industry in Europe, 30 countries. To be issued by the end of October 2019
- E-commerce and web marketing in the furniture industry. To be issued by the end of October 2019
- Upholstered furniture: world market outlook 2020. To be issued by the end of September 2019
- Office furniture: world market outlook. To be issued by the end of December 2019
 
CSIL AROUND THE WORLD
Our partners recently attended the following furniture fairs:
- CIFF – Shanghai – China
- Furniture China - Shanghai – China
 
WORLD FURNITURE MAGAZINE | 83/September 2019
Browse the new issue of CSIL Magazine "World Furniture" at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDFres/Magazine_2019-83
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The office furniture sector in China and in Asia Pacific has evolved positively in the last decade. The region represents one of the fastest growing areas at a world level and can be considered one of the main engine of the whole business and its international trade.
Consumption of office furniture in China and Asia Pacific amounts to around USD 18 billion, with China representing the largest marketplace, followed by Japan and Australia. Exports value of office furniture from the area exceeds USD 5 billion. China is by far the largest exporter and North America the largest destination.
I am pleased to inform you that the new edition of CSIL report "The office furniture market in Asia Pacific and China" is now available.
 
This study analyses status and prospects of the office furniture market in Asia Pacific, with a special focus on China. Production, consumption, imports and exports of office furniture, major trading partners, leading office furniture companies, data by segment and prospects of the office furniture market in 2019 and 2020 for the whole area and for each considered country.
 
Geographical coverage: Australia, China, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.
 
Full list, table of contents and further information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-office-furniture-market-asia-pacific-0058538.html
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Vietnam is one of the most dynamic countries in terms of growth in furniture production and in exports over the last decade. According to CSIL, it is now the 7th largest furniture producer worldwide (whereas it was 15th in 2009), the second-largest exporter in Asia and the fifth worldwide. Vietnam is emerging as a leading manufacturing hub across South Asian countries with an annual furniture production of around USD 10 billion.
 
The new edition of the CSIL report "The Furniture Industry in Vietnam" is now available.
 
This study analyses status and prospects of the furniture sector in Vietnam and provides data for production, consumption, imports and exports of furniture (time series 2009-2018 and preliminary estimates for 2019), furniture market forecasts up to 2021, furniture production and consumption by segment, profiles of the top furniture manufacturers.
 
Full list, table of contents and further information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/furniture-industry-vietnam-0058553.html
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According to CSIL, world trade of furniture, that amounts to around USD 150 billion, is constantly growing, with positive prospects for 2019 and 2020.
Globally, the leading importers of furniture are the USA, Germany, France, the UK and Canada. The increase of imports into the United States is accompanied by an increase in exports from China (the first furniture exporter at a global level) and Vietnam (the fifth and one of the fastest growing furniture exporters worldwide).
With reference to furniture demand, CSIL forecasts are for continuing growth for the coming years. The fastest growing region in terms of furniture consumption continues to be Asia and Pacific.
 
The new edition of CSIL report "WORLD FURNITURE OUTLOOK 2019-2020" is now available.

This study provides an overview of the global furniture sector, with data for production, consumption, imports and exports of furniture to 2018 and furniture market forecasts up to 2021 for 100 countries. Full list, table of contents and further information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
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World consumption of mattresses is estimated to amount to around USD 30 billion, increasing by 5% yearly in the last decade. Asia and Pacific is the main consuming area, followed by North America. Europe ranks third, followed by South America. The United States, China, India, Brazil and Germany are the major mattresses producing countries, accounting for about 70% of world mattresses consumption.
 
I am pleased to inform you that the 31st edition of CSIL Report "The world mattress industry" is now available.
 
This study provides an in-depth overview of the global mattress industry, with trends in production, consumption, imports and exports of mattresses and market forecasts up to 2020. The mattress industry in 50 countries is analysed in detail, through socio-economic indicators, sector’s basic data, trading partners, volume of mattresses produced and type of materials (when available), short profiles of leading manufacturers and a selection of mattresses retailers. Detailed profiles of leading manufacturers worldwide and a list of selected mattress industry suppliers are also included.
 
Full description of contents is available at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-world-mattress-industry-0058540.html
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about last available CSIL furniture market reports and July upcomimg releases:

LATEST PUBLICATIONS:

The European market for office furniture, June 2019

The European market for bathroom furniture, furnishings and wellness, June 2019

The high-end design furniture market, May 2019

The kitchen furniture market in the United States, April 2019

Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwidel, March 2019


AN UPDATE OF THE FOLLOWING TITLES TO BE PUBLISHED BY THE END OF JULY:

World Furniture Outlook

The world mattress industry

The office furniture market in Asia Pacific and China

The furniture industry in Vietnam
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The European office furniture production in 2018 peaked to over EUR 9 billion, representing the highest value of the last decade. With a +2.4% increase, if compared to the previous year, it registered the second best performance since 2013. Around 84% of the mentioned value originates in Western Europe and the remaining part is realised in Central Eastern Europe.
 
I am pleased to inform you that the 31st edition of CSIL Report "The European market for office furniture" is now available.
 
This study analyses status and prospects of the office furniture market in Europe (30 countries):
• Trends in office furniture production
• Current market size and forecast up to 2020
• International trade of office furniture
• Sales and market shares of the leading European office furniture manufacturers
• Product type analysis, with a more detailed categorisation
• Focus on: swivel chairs and height adjustable tables (HAT).
• Office furniture distribution system
• List and addresses of about 300 office furniture companies
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The world market for high-end furniture is worth approximately USD 50 billion. North America and Asia and Pacific, including China, are the main markets.
The European high-end furniture competitive system dominates the market and is characterised by the presence of companies with strong brands, which are recognized worldwide for their quality, their creative capacity for innovative designs and responsiveness to changing demands.
Mature markets remain at the forefront for the market expansion. If we consider the cities’ furniture market size, it’s clear that the largest cities such as New York, Shanghai, Bejing, and Tokyo are the top furniture markets with a value of nearly USD 6 billion, but new locations are also emerging and are targeted by high-end furniture manufacturers. When it comes to furniture demand forecasts over the 2018-2023 period, it is evident the remarkable growth rates of Chinese and Indian cities.
 
The new CSIL Report "The High-End Design Furniture Market" is now available. Should you place an order for this study by May 31st, you will enjoy a special price of EUR 1950, instead of EUR 2600.
 
This Report provides a detailed overview of the high-end design furniture market, identifying the world geographical areas with the highest potential in terms of consumption of this segment, with a focus on Europe and key European furniture manufacturers operating in the high-end market. The study also profiles 30 World cities, with estimates of the potential furniture market and forecasts for the furniture market development to 2023, list and location of flagship and mono-brand stores for a selection of high-end furniture manufacturers.
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the list of CSIL Mattress market research reports that will be published in 2019:
•  "The world mattress industry", to be issued in July 2019. More info and abstract of the available 2018 edition at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-world-mattress-industry-0058540.html
• "The mattress market in China", to be issued in October 2019. More info and abstract of the available 2018 edition at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/mattress-market-china-0058663.html.
Already available: “E-commerce in the mattress industry: a world overview” (January 2019) analyzing  the largest retail mattress markets, the peculiarities and models of the e-commerce business for mattresses, the online retailers and manufacturers operating in the mattress industry. Please find here enclosed a related article published in CSIL Magazine "World Furniture" (81/March 2019) and more information at the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/e-commerce-mattress-industry-worldwide-0089033.html.

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The 17th edition of CSIL Seminar World Furniture Outlook 2019  was held on April 10th, during the 58th International Furniture Fair Salone del Mobile.Milano. Over 100 professionals from all over the world joined the event.
During the Seminar CSIL experts introduced their forecasts concerning the furniture sector worldwide and commented on the main factors affecting production, consumption and trade of furniture on a global scale. CSIL findings were discussed with selected institutional representatives as keynote speakers, focusing on internationalization strategies operated in the global market.
CSIL speakers presented findings and abstracts from the following research reports:
•   ‘World furniture outlook’, overview of the global furniture market with historical statistical data and market forecasts for 100 countries.
•    ‘Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide’  a comprehensive report profiling the 200 largest furniture manufacturing worldwide.
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Africa as a whole is richly endowed with resources  and 23 African countries (out of 54) have an expected average GDP growth above 5% per year in real terms for the year 2020. Accordingly, prospects for the furniture sector are favorable.
Total furniture imports into Africa (both from other African countries and other areas of the world) exceeds USD 3 billion, corresponding to about 2% of world imports, as estimated by CSIL.
 
The new edition of CSIL report “Africa Furniture Outlook”, is now available. Please find more details at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/africa-furniture-outlook-0061611.html
 
This study provides an overview of the African furniture industry with statistical data for 2017 (production, consumption, imports, exports) furniture markets scenario up to 2020 for 54 countries.
 
Key issues of this report: a picture of opportunities for exporters of furniture to Africa, a rich collection of key country-data allowing comparisons among countries, 2019 and 2020 forecasts on the evolution of furniture markets in the considered countries based on the analysis of furniture industry dynamics and  macro-economic indicators.
 
Countries covered: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo Dem Rep, Congo Rep, Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
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World furniture production has been growing in the last 5 years reaching a value of about US$ 470 billion. The Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide recorded an even higher increase, +18% growth between 2013 and 2018.

The new edition of CSIL report "Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide" is now available. More details and a sample profile at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/top-200-furniture-manufacturers-worldwide-0058486.html
 
CSIL did an accurate and comprehensive selection of the world Top 200 furniture manufacturers which show high representativeness in terms of value of furniture produced (the group of companies totaled nearly USD 150 billion, representing the 22% of world furniture production) and geographical coverage (companies are headquartered in across 30 countries). The ranking is based on the value of furniture turnover produced by each company. For each of these 200 most influential players within the furniture industry, an in-depth profile is provided, reporting recent company’s developments in terms of key financial data, retailing and manufacturing strategies.
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The workplace is changing, a relevant portion of people no longer works at a designated workstation, the need to balance open spaces with privacy areas and to find flexible and advanced solutions are challenges to face with when planning office spaces. Informal meeting spaces, room-in-room and phone booths, improved acoustic solutions and technology integration are among the keywords that are inspiring the office furniture industry.
 
In such a context, CSIL launched a survey that involved a panel of office furniture dealers, in order to gather their view and their expectations for 2019-2020.
 
As a result of this survey, the report “Office furniture features and workplace trends 2019-2020: a dealer point of view”, now available for purchase and immediate download at the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/workplace-trends-and-office-features-dealer-point-view-0089073.html
 
This study provides current status and 2019-2020 forecasts in the European office furniture market and analyses workspace trends expected for the coming two years, the most relevant aspects considered by the customers and the most demanded products in the evolving workplace.
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E-commerce, together with boxed mattresses, is changing the major global mattress markets, resulting in different performances across the world. There are six countries where the e-commerce for mattresses exceeds USD 100 million. The ratio of e-commerce over total retail mattress sales is higher in the US, Europe follows with the UK and Germany, showing the highest e-commerce incidences in the area.
The increased attention being paid to the sleep segment and the changing purchasing behavior of consumers are not only encouraging retailers to attempt to establish themselves in the online trade, but also attracting new suppliers to the market.
 
The new CSIL report “E-commerce in the mattress industry: a world overview” is now available. Full table of contents and more info at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/e-commerce-mattress-industry-worldwide-0089033.html
 
This study overviews the largest retail mattress markets, with estimated e-commerce incidence and current size for 2018. Peculiarities and models of the e-commerce business in the mattress industry and online retailers and manufacturers operating in the mattress industry are also provided.
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This is to inform you about CSIL recent updates:

LATEST ISSUES
- The office furniture market in India (January 2019), More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-office-furniture-market-india-0058624.html
- Office furniture: world market outlook (December 2018). More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/office-furniture-world-market-outlook-0070622.html
- World furniture outlook 2019, 100 countries (December 2018). More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
- India furniture outlook (November 2018), More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/india-furniture-outlook-0058506.html

TO BE ISSUED
- Mattresses: E-commerce report
- Workplace and office furniture product features in Europe: Trends 2019-2020
- Top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide

For the full list of available reports in the furniture segment, please visit the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/showPage.php?template=reports&masterPage=Furniture-Industry.html

CSIL MAGAZINE
Please find the December 2018 edition of our Magazine "World Furniture" at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDFres/WFR201880

CSIL FURNITURE MARKET RESEARCH BROCHURE
See more about CSIL research activities in the furniture industry at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDF/CSIL_BROCHURE.pdf

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According to CSIL, World trade of furniture currently exceeds the value of USD 150 billion and it is constantly increasing, with positive prospects for 2019 and 2020. In the last decade, it has grown faster than global furniture production.
Leading importers of furniture at a global level are the US, Germany, France, the UK and Canada. In the last few years the increase in imports by the US has been the main engine of growth in international furniture trade and this was accompanied by an increase in exports from China, the first furniture exporter at a global level, and Vietnam, one of the fastest growing furniture exporters worldwide.
CSIL forecasts for the coming years are for continuing growth also in furniture demand, at a world level and for largest markets. According to CSIL, the fastest growing region in terms of furniture consumption continues to be Asia and Pacific.
 
The new edition of CSIL report "World furniture outlook 2019" is now available. Full table of contents and more information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
 
This study provides an overview of the World furniture sector, with historical data (production, consumption, imports and exports), preliminary estimates for the year 2018 and forecasts of furniture demand in 2019 and 2020 for 100 countries:
 
Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong (China), Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia FYR, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (China), Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam.
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India is one of the largest and fastest-growing economies in the world. The steady increase in the Indian economy and growing spending powers have fuelled the development of the furniture market in the last decade. The market, growing annually at an average rate of 7%, has reached in 2018 a new peak of more than 15 billion US$. India, which ranked 10th in 2008, represents currently the 4th furniture market among the main furniture markets of the world.
The bulk of the market goes to the unorganised sector. However, with liberalization, with an increasing number of foreign companies going to India, and with the expansion of online sales, the organised sector evolved significantly and expanded its market share over the past decade. Furthermore, the recent entry of Ikea into India, is expected to push the country's unorganised furniture segment to the organised sector and accelerate expansion of the manufacturing base.
 
The CSIL Market Research Report "INDIA FURNITURE OUTLOOK" is now available. More information at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/india-furniture-outlook-0058506.html.
 
Part of the CSIL Country Furniture Outlook Series, covering 100 countries at present, this report provides key facts of the Indian furniture sector, trends in furniture consumption and production, CSIL's assessment of market potential and prospects for the coming years, furniture demand determinants, international trading activity and major trading partners, productive and competitive systems, insights on segments and distribution.
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LATEST ISSUES
 
- Upholstered furniture: world market outlook 2019, edition September 2018, https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/upholstered-furniture-world-market-outlook-0058488.html
 
- The office furniture market in North America. The United States, Canada, and Mexico, edition September 2018  https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-office-furniture-market-united-states-0058516.html
 
- The furniture industry in Europe – Outlook for 30 countries,  edition October 2018, https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/european-furniture-outlook-0065941.html
 
- The mattress market in China, edition October 2018, https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/mattress-market-china-0058663.html

For the full list of available reports in the furniture segment, please visit the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/showPage.php?template=reports&masterPage=Furniture-Industry.html
 
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With almost 530 million inhabitants, Europe is the second largest market in the world, coming after Asia Pacific and before North America. It accounts for roughly one quarter of the global world furniture market with a value of Eur 90 billion. The largest markets are Germany, the UK, France and Italy, absorbing altogether almost 60% of the total European furniture consumption.
When it comes to furniture production, Europe keeps maintaining a relevant role, accounting for around one fourth of the global furniture industry. Western Europe is responsible for the largest share, but Eastern countries are the fastest growing ones. Europe is the headquarters of some of the biggest and most important global players recognized worldwide for their quality, cultural heritage, design and for the excellence of the artisanal skills used to manufacture furniture. According to CSIL, 81 out of the top 200 furniture manufacturers worldwide are located in this area.
 
The CSIL Market Research Report "The furniture industry in Europe" is now available. More information, table of contents and free abstract at the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/furniture-industry-european-union-0079692.html
 
Part of CSIL Country Furniture Outlook Series, covering at present 100 countries, this report is a detailed overview of the European furniture industry providing market size, historical trends and forecasts up to 2020. Production, consumption, imports and exports of furniture in Europe, main factors affecting the competitiveness of producers, information for the 100 top manufacturers and short profiles for over 2,000 furniture producers, furniture market potentials, development insights, data by segment. In-depth analysis for 30 countries: outline of the market and forecasts, international trading partners, macroeconomic trends and major players.
 
Countries included: Austria, Belgium-Lux, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom.
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During the last decade, China recorded a better performance than the other leading global players in the mattress sector, both in terms of consumption and production. It is the leading country in terms of production, covering around one third of global mattress production, and it ranks second after the US, in terms of mattress consumption. As a preliminary estimate for 2018, China mattress market will worth over USD 9 billion and this value is expected to further increase in both 2019 and 2020.

I am pleased to inform you that the new edition of CSIL report "The Mattress market in China", is now available. More information, table of contents and free abstract at the webpage https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/mattress-market-china-0058663.html

This report provides a detailed overview of the mattress market in China, current size and forecasts up to 2020, enhanced by historical trends, international trade data, analysis of the production and the distribution system and information on main local and foreign players operating in the Chinese mattress market. Around 250 addresses of key operators among which manufacturers, suppliers and retailers, are included, with company's addresses, website, email contacts and product portfolio.

NEW in this year edition: A special focus on the US and the Japanese mattress markets, which are the two most important outlet markets for Chinese exports.

Also available in the same field: "The world mattress industry" (July 2018, https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-world-mattress-industry-0058540.html), a global overview with detailed information for 50 countries.
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With a value of around USD 70 billion, the upholstered furniture market accounts for about 16% of total world furniture consumption and is constantly growing. Approximately 80% of global upholstery demand takes place in ten markets. Currently, the majors are China, the United States and Germany, accounting together for a 60% of total consumption of this segment.
The new 2018 edition of the CSIL report "Upholstered furniture: world market outlook 2019" is now available. More info and full table of contents at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/upholstered-furniture-world-market-outlook-0058488.html
This study provides an overview of the world upholstered furniture segment with statistical data for production, consumption, imports, exports and forecasts to 2019 for 70 markets. A special section provides detailed company profiles for 33 selected major upholstered furniture manufacturers at a global level.
Also available in the same field: "Sofa market in Europe" (May 2018, https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/sofa-market-europe-0058467.html), analyzing the upholstered furniture market in 30 European countries, with insights on top manufacturers and supply system
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The office furniture market in North America is the largest in the world and represents around one-third of the global demand of office furniture. With a +5% increase in 2017, the market continues to grow strongly and, according to CSIL estimates, it is expected to further improve in the next two years.
The United States covers the 88% of the office furniture consumption in North America, 10% is in the hand of Canada, best performer in the area, and the remaining 2% is represented by Mexico.

The new edition of CSIL report "The office furniture market in North America: The United States, Canada and Mexico", is now available. More details at the webpage: https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-office-furniture-market-united-states-0058516.html

This study offers an overview of the office furniture sector in North America, with market evolution 2012-2017, market forecasts to 2019, figures by country, production, consumption, imports and exports of office furniture, market share of major producers and distribution system analysis.
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Dear Ing Tomas Lukes,
World trade of furniture exceeds the value of USD 140 billion. Leading importers of furniture at a global level are the USA, Germany, the UK, France and Canada. In the last few years the increase in imports by the US has been the main engine of growth in international furniture trade.
CSIL forecasts for the coming years are for continuing growth both in furniture trade and in furniture demand, at a world level and for largest markets. According to CSIL, the fastest growing region in terms of furniture consumption continues to be Asia and Pacific.
The new July 2018 edition of CSIL report "World furniture outlook 2018/2019" is now available. Description of the study, full table of contents and abstract at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html
This study provides an overview of the world furniture sector, with historical statistical data (production, consumption, imports and exports), and forecasts of furniture demand in 2018, 2019 and 2020 for 100 countries:
Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong (China), Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia FYR, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (China), Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam.
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World consumption of mattresses is worth about USD 27 billion, increasing by 4% yearly during the last decade. The main consuming region is Asia and Pacific, followed by North America and Europe. At a country level, a large share of world mattress consumption (approximately 70%) takes place in five countries only: the US, China, Brazil, India and Germany.
Values of the top two countries are very close, however China showed the most impressive increase in terms of mattress consumption over the last years and important growth rates were registered also by other Asian countries like India and Vietnam.
The 2018 edition of CSIL report "The world mattress industry", is now available. More details, table of contents and free abstract at the webpage: https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/the-world-mattress-industry-0058540.html
This study analyses the global mattress sector, focusing on the 50 major mattresses manufacturing countries, with current and historical data, trends in production of mattresses, market size, international trade flows and market forecasts to 2019. It includes profiles and addresses of leading manufacturers and useful information on mattress industry suppliers. An Excel data file in attachment provides all the figures included in the report's tables.
New in the 2018 edition: the analysis for 6 additional countries (Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Philippines, Serbia and Slovakia).
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CSIL Furniture market research activities:
EUROPE. A LARGE AND PROFITABLE MARKET BOASTING AROUND 420 MILLION CONSUMERS - CSIL Market Research Reports relating to Europe show market size, opportunities, furniture market potential and development insights:
- The Furniture Industry in the European Union (October 2017), analysing the furniture sector in Europe (with details for 30 countries) through basic data, factors affecting the competitiveness of producers, furniture segments, major manufacturers.
- Furniture distribution in Europe (February 2018), a comparative analysis of the home furniture distribution system in 13 European countries.
- Sofa market in Europe (May 2018), analyzing the upholstered furniture market in 30 European countries, with insights on top manufacturers and supply system.
CONTRACT AND OFFICE FURNITURE IN EUROPE ON THE RISE - According to CSIL, the production of contract furniture and furnishings in Europe is continuously improving its performance over the last years. The 2017 was a positive year also for the office furniture sector in Europe.
- The contract furniture and furnishings market in Europe (March 2018) analysing the contract furniture market by destination and by product with useful details on main players. Data for 17 countries.
- The European market for office furniture (June 2018) analysing the office furniture sector in Europe (30 countries) with insights on products and a special focus on Height Adjustable Tables.
WORLD FURNITURE MAGAZINE
Please find the June 2018 edition of CSIL Magazine "World Furniture" at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDFres/WF78
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World furniture production is worth about US$ 440 billion. About one third of the value is exported, while two thirds are consumed in the countries where production takes place.

CSIL furniture consumption growth forecast for the year 2019 is about 3% in real terms. The fastest growing region continues to be Asia and Pacific.

If CSIL world scenario materializes, despite possible unpredictable uncertainties, world trade of furniture would be likely to grow to US$ 150 billion in 2018 growing by 20% from the value of 2012.

Source: "World furniture outlook" Report, published twice a year (in July and December). For further details, please visit https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/research-market/world-furniture-outlook-0058524.html 

Main results of this study was presented during the 16th edition of the "World Furniture Outlook" Seminar on April 18 at Fiera Milano-Rho, during the Salone del Mobile. CSIL experts presented main results of their analysis on the global furniture sector, covering the 100 most important countries worldwide.

Post-event release available for free download at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/Events/Furniture-Outlook-2018/Press-Release.php

CSIL furniture research and studies cover all the product sub-segments (upholstered furniture, office furniture, home furniture, contract, mattress, ready to assemble…) and the complete furniture value chain - county analysis, competitive system analysis, distribution, materials - for a full description of CSIL research activities see at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/PDF/CSIL_BROCHURE.pdf

For the complete list of available CSIL furniture reports see at https://www.worldfurnitureonline.com/showPage.php?template=reports&masterPage=Furniture-Industry.html 


   

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