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The European market for kitchen furniture

Kitchen | May 2024

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May 2024, XXXIV Ed. , 276 pages
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Language: English

Report code: EU04
Publisher: CSIL
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The 34th edition of CSIL’s Report ‘The European market for kitchen furniture‘ is structured as follows:

Chapter 1. Scenario presents an overview of the European kitchen furniture sector through tables and graphs, data on kitchen furniture production, consumption and international trade are analysed, at European level as a whole and for each country considered, both in value and in volume, for the total sector and by price range. A panorama of the leading European groups and their market shares is also provided. The chapter closes with the kitchen consumption forecasts for the years 2024 and 2025.

Chapter 2. Business performance offers kitchen furniture statistics and the main macroeconomic indicators necessary to analyse the performance of the sector for the last 6 years (2018-2023), together with forecasts for the next two years, at European level as a whole and for each country considered.

Chapter 3. International trade provides detailed tables on the kitchen furniture exports and imports in the 30 European Countries considered, for the last 6 years, broken down by country and by geographical area of destination/origin.

Chapter 4. Supply structure offers an analysis of the types of products manufactured by the European kitchen furniture manufacturers, in addition to tables and information on the key players operating in each segment. Production is broken down by cabinet door material, by cabinet door style, by cabinet door colour, by lacquered cabinet door type and by worktop material.

Chapter 5. Distribution channels gives an overview of the main distribution channels active on the European kitchen furniture market, at European level as a whole and for country clusters considered.

Chapter 6. The competitive system: sales by price range and by country offers an insight into the leading local and foreign players present in each price range segment and in each European country considered. Through detailed tables are shown sales data and market shares of the top kitchen furniture companies; short profiles of the main players in the kitchen furniture industry are also available. In the end of this chapter, there is also a focus on European kitchen furniture exports and market shares outside Europe, by area of destination (Middle East and Africa, Asia and Pacific, North and Central-South America).

Annex 1. Financial Analysis builds, on a sample of 200 European kitchen furniture manufacturers, a study of their main profitability ratios (ROA, ROE and EBITDA) and measures their employee ratios.

Annex 2. List of mentioned companies in this report.

Annex 3. Directory of selected kitchen furniture stores in Europe (excel directory).

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE:
Austria (AT), Belgium (BE), Bulgaria (BG), Croatia (HR), Cyprus (CY), Czech Republic (CZ), Denmark (DK), Estonia (EE), Finland (FI), France (FR), Germany (DE), Greece (GR), Hungary (HU), Ireland (IE), Italy (IT), Latvia (LV), Lithuania (LT), Malta (MT), Netherlands (NL), Norway (NO), Poland (PL), Portugal (PT), Romania (RO), Slovakia (SK), Slovenia (SL), Spain (ES), Sweden (SE), Switzerland (CH), United Kingdom (UK).

Selected companies

Among the companies mentioned in the Report: Agata Meble, Alvic, Aran, Armony, Arredo3, Arrital, Artego, Aster, Aviva Cuisines, Baldita, Ballingslov, Ballerina, Bauformat, Boffi, Bruynzeel, BRW, Bulthaup, Colombini, Dan, Decodom, Delta Cocinas, Dica, Discac, Doca, DSM Keukens, Eggo, Ekipa, Elkjop, Euromobil, Fournier, Freda, Gama Décor, Haecker, Hanak, Howdens Joinery, Ikea, Leicht, Lube, Mandemaakers, Menuiseries du Centre, Morel, Mob Cozinhas, Mondo Convenienza, Nikolidakis, Nobia, Nobilia, Nolte, Omega, Pronorm, Puustelli, Rempp, Rotpunkt, Rust Mebel, Sanitas Troesch, Santos, SBA Furniture, Scavolini, Snaidero, Symphony, Schmidt, Siko, Snaidero, Stosa, Strai, TCM, Tom Howley, Turi Group, Valcucine, Vedum, Veneta Cucine, WFM Kitchen, Wren Kitchens.

Europe. Kitchen Furniture. Exports, Imports and Trade balance, 2018-2023. EUR Million.

Europe. Kitchen Furniture. Exports, Imports and Trade balance, 2018-2023. EUR Million
Source: CSIL processing of official data

Kitchen furniture production in Europe is worth around EUR 19 billion. The sector is going through a general phase of adjustment after the two-year boom that followed the pandemic. Business output is tending to return to more subdued levels, aided by still high inflation and the resulting slowdown in the European economy.
Most kitchen furniture exports are destined within Europe, with the remainder going overseas, mainly to North America, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.
The kitchen furniture sector in Europe is undergoing a variety of changes, such as the reorganisation of production capacity. The level of investment in innovation and machinery has risen significantly, along with the resources devoted to renewable energy and sustainability.

 

Abstract of Table of Contents

Methodology

Research tools and terminology, Contents

Executive summary

1. Scenario: Trends, market segment and figures by country

1.1 Market evolution and figures by country
1.2 Production breakdown by market segment
1.3 Consumption breakdown by market segment
1.4 Leading groups in Europe and their market shares
1.5 Current trends and forecasts for 2024 and 2025

2. Business performance: basic data and macroeconomic indicators by country

2.1 Northern Europe (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden)
2.2. Western Europe (Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, the UK)
2.3 Central Europe (DACH: Austria, Germany, Switzerland)
2.4 Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain)
2.5 Central-Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia)

3. International trade

3.1 Trade balance, exports, imports evolution
3.2 Exports and imports by country and by geographical area of destination/origin
3.3 Exports and imports by country for selected household appliances

4. Supply structure

4.1 Breakdown of supply by cabinet door material
4.2 Breakdown of supply by cabinet door style
4.3 Breakdown of supply by cabinet door colour and lacquered type
4.4 Breakdown of supply by kind of wood
4.5 Breakdown of supply by worktop material
4.6 Breakdown of supply by kind of lay-out
4.7 Hinges and drawers
4.8 Embedded lighting
4.9 Intellectual Property

5. Distribution channels

–  Overview: Kitchen specialists, Furniture shops, Furniture chains, Building trade, Contract, DIY, E-commerce, Direct sales
– Breakdown of sales by distribution channels in selected countries and geographic region (Central-Eastern Europe)
– Built-in appliances
– Sustainability

The competitive system

6.1 Leading players in Europe and market shares (consumption and production)
6.2 The European competitive system by market segment (luxury, upper-end, middle-upper, middle, middle-low, lower-end)
6.3 The competitive system by country
6.4 Exports from Europe to Extra-European markets and Overseas

Annex

Annex 1. Financial Analysis Key financial indicators and Employment analysis in a sample of 120 manufacturers
Annex 2. List of selected kitchen furniture companies
Annex 3. Directory of selected kitchen furniture stores in Europe

The 34th edition of CSIL’s Report ‘The European market for kitchen furniture‘ is structured as follows:

Chapter 1. Scenario presents an overview of the European kitchen furniture sector through tables and graphs, data on kitchen furniture production, consumption and international trade are analysed, at European level as a whole and for each country considered, both in value and in volume, for the total sector and by price range. A panorama of the leading European groups and their market shares is also provided. The chapter closes with the kitchen consumption forecasts for the years 2024 and 2025.

Chapter 2. Business performance offers kitchen furniture statistics and the main macroeconomic indicators necessary to analyse the performance of the sector for the last 6 years (2018-2023), together with forecasts for the next two years, at European level as a whole and for each country considered.

Chapter 3. International trade provides detailed tables on the kitchen furniture exports and imports in the 30 European Countries considered, for the last 6 years, broken down by country and by geographical area of destination/origin.

Chapter 4. Supply structure offers an analysis of the types of products manufactured by the European kitchen furniture manufacturers, in addition to tables and information on the key players operating in each segment. Production is broken down by cabinet door material, by cabinet door style, by cabinet door colour, by lacquered cabinet door type and by worktop material.

Chapter 5. Distribution channels gives an overview of the main distribution channels active on the European kitchen furniture market, at European level as a whole and for country clusters considered.

Chapter 6. The competitive system: sales by price range and by country offers an insight into the leading local and foreign players present in each price range segment and in each European country considered. Through detailed tables are shown sales data and market shares of the top kitchen furniture companies; short profiles of the main players in the kitchen furniture industry are also available. In the end of this chapter, there is also a focus on European kitchen furniture exports and market shares outside Europe, by area of destination (Middle East and Africa, Asia and Pacific, North and Central-South America).

Annex 1. Financial Analysis builds, on a sample of 200 European kitchen furniture manufacturers, a study of their main profitability ratios (ROA, ROE and EBITDA) and measures their employee ratios.

Annex 2. List of mentioned companies in this report.

Annex 3. Directory of selected kitchen furniture stores in Europe (excel directory).

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE:
Austria (AT), Belgium (BE), Bulgaria (BG), Croatia (HR), Cyprus (CY), Czech Republic (CZ), Denmark (DK), Estonia (EE), Finland (FI), France (FR), Germany (DE), Greece (GR), Hungary (HU), Ireland (IE), Italy (IT), Latvia (LV), Lithuania (LT), Malta (MT), Netherlands (NL), Norway (NO), Poland (PL), Portugal (PT), Romania (RO), Slovakia (SK), Slovenia (SL), Spain (ES), Sweden (SE), Switzerland (CH), United Kingdom (UK).

Europe. Kitchen Furniture. Exports, Imports and Trade balance, 2018-2023. EUR Million.

Europe. Kitchen Furniture. Exports, Imports and Trade balance, 2018-2023. EUR Million
Source: CSIL processing of official data

Kitchen furniture production in Europe is worth around EUR 19 billion. The sector is going through a general phase of adjustment after the two-year boom that followed the pandemic. Business output is tending to return to more subdued levels, aided by still high inflation and the resulting slowdown in the European economy.
Most kitchen furniture exports are destined within Europe, with the remainder going overseas, mainly to North America, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.
The kitchen furniture sector in Europe is undergoing a variety of changes, such as the reorganisation of production capacity. The level of investment in innovation and machinery has risen significantly, along with the resources devoted to renewable energy and sustainability.

 

Abstract of Table of Contents

Methodology

Research tools and terminology, Contents

Executive summary

1. Scenario: Trends, market segment and figures by country

1.1 Market evolution and figures by country
1.2 Production breakdown by market segment
1.3 Consumption breakdown by market segment
1.4 Leading groups in Europe and their market shares
1.5 Current trends and forecasts for 2024 and 2025

2. Business performance: basic data and macroeconomic indicators by country

2.1 Northern Europe (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden)
2.2. Western Europe (Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, the UK)
2.3 Central Europe (DACH: Austria, Germany, Switzerland)
2.4 Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain)
2.5 Central-Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia)

3. International trade

3.1 Trade balance, exports, imports evolution
3.2 Exports and imports by country and by geographical area of destination/origin
3.3 Exports and imports by country for selected household appliances

4. Supply structure

4.1 Breakdown of supply by cabinet door material
4.2 Breakdown of supply by cabinet door style
4.3 Breakdown of supply by cabinet door colour and lacquered type
4.4 Breakdown of supply by kind of wood
4.5 Breakdown of supply by worktop material
4.6 Breakdown of supply by kind of lay-out
4.7 Hinges and drawers
4.8 Embedded lighting
4.9 Intellectual Property

5. Distribution channels

–  Overview: Kitchen specialists, Furniture shops, Furniture chains, Building trade, Contract, DIY, E-commerce, Direct sales
– Breakdown of sales by distribution channels in selected countries and geographic region (Central-Eastern Europe)
– Built-in appliances
– Sustainability

The competitive system

6.1 Leading players in Europe and market shares (consumption and production)
6.2 The European competitive system by market segment (luxury, upper-end, middle-upper, middle, middle-low, lower-end)
6.3 The competitive system by country
6.4 Exports from Europe to Extra-European markets and Overseas

Annex

Annex 1. Financial Analysis Key financial indicators and Employment analysis in a sample of 120 manufacturers
Annex 2. List of selected kitchen furniture companies
Annex 3. Directory of selected kitchen furniture stores in Europe

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