DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "The UK Annual PVC Window Door & Conservatory Industry Market & Forecasts to 2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This 2017 Annual PVC Window, Door and Conservatory Industry Report and Forecast, published a year after the UK referendum that resulted in the decision to leave the EU and a few months after Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty (the mechanism to start the process to terminate membership of the EU) was triggered by the UK government . Additionally the UK was subjected to a snap general election that unexpectedly resulted in a hung parliament.
It is fair to say the UK consumer by-and-large has ignored the immediate effects of the two events and continued to drive strong household expenditure. This was in the face of weaker rises in investment and government expenditure. This has resulted in better than expected growth in the window and door industries. A year ago on the back of construction and economic forecasts issued - soon after the referendum that resulted in the Brexit decision - growth in window profile demand was only expected to 0.6% in 2016. In the end growth in demand turned out to be 1.3%.
This edition substantially follows the format of previous years with the past year set out in detail from PVC profile throughput through to estimated volumes of finished windows, doors and conservatories. Following on from the review of the past year are construction industry and economic forecasts that provide the basis for the three year forecasts for profile and finished windows, doors and conservatories in total and by sector.
All the information on window profile, window systems companies, window, door and conservatory volumes, market shares and values remain as part of this report.
All our forecasts are detailed and use economic and other forecast information from reliable sources to put our report for the industry together.
Not only does the report contain detailed forecast volumes and values for the main product lines but we go deeper into the five main market sectors:
- Private housing RMI (Repair Maintenance and Improvement
- Social (public) housing RMI.
- Private house building.
- Social House building.
- Commercial applications (schools, hospitals, hotels, public buildings etc.)
This provides the industry with an estimate of the volume and value by sector forward to 2020. It shows how the product and sector landscape is forecast to change as the UK economy fights its way through the Brexit implications.
Discussions with companies at all levels - raw materials, additives, machinery suppliers, extrusion companies, importers and window and door makers - makes it clear that an up to date understanding of the market and its behaviour, helps them forecast and prepare for change.
Key Topics Covered:
Part 1: Introduction and Executive Summary
1. Introduction & Executive Summary
2. Executive Summary
Part 2: Window Profile
3. UK PVC Window Profile Production
4. Industry Stock Levels Imports & Exports
5. Window Systems Companies Market Shares
6. Profile Prices
7. Summary Balance of UK Supply & Demand
Part 3: Window Door & Conservatory Units
8. Window & Conservatory Volumes
Part 4: Door Units: PVC Panel, French, Sliding Patio, Bifold & Composite Doors
9. Door Units
Part 5: Construction & Economic Forecasts
10. Construction Forecasts
11. Economic Outlook
Part 6: Window, Door & Conservatory Forecasts to
12. Window, Door and Conservatory Forecasts
Part 7: Market Size & Values
13. Market Size & Values
Part 8: Sector Forecasts
14. Market Size & Values
Part 9: Industry Structure & Players
15. Industry Structure, and Players
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/g2bnq6/united_kingdom?w=4