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UK Underfloor Heating Suppliers Market
Rank & Profile Report - UK 2009-2013
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Answering the need for a comprehensive industry report based on quantitative sales figures, MTW Research have published a brand new “Underfloor Heating Suppliers Market Rank & Profile” Report for 2009, providing a strategic market overview & trends, Underfloor Heating Suppliers rankings & sales and company profiles in a unique, easy to use and cost effective publication. The report is now available to companies supplying to, and operating in the underfloor heating industry.
Based on company sales returns from more than 90% of the UK underfloor heating industry, this new report reviews market performance from 2004 to 2009 providing a review of key market trends in recent years, coupled with forecasts to 2013. The report also provides sales estimates for each company, alongside rankings and key performance indicators, providing an insightful and perceptive review of the industry.
In addition, as part of the 'Ultimate Pack' option, a full mailing and telemarketing list with the leading UFH companies accounting for more than 90% of the total UK supply market in value terms is also available, enabling suppliers to understand current market trends, develop effective marketing strategies and quickly increase sales in the UK underfloor heating market.
This report, part of MTW's Rank & Profile report range, provides a review of key industry trends since 2004 with forecasts to 2013, analyses changes in industry structure for the 12 months to April 2009, includes company rankings and company profiles with key financial indicators for the UK Underfloor Heating Suppliers market, providing a comprehensive yet cost effective sales and marketing tool. The report enables suppliers to quickly identify those companies who are still performing well in the increasingly competitive Underfloor Heating Suppliers market.
This quantitative, primary research report is based on company sales returns for more than 90% of the industry by value and is only available from MTW Research. As the report is based on quantitative statistics, the report is unique in that MTW are able to quote a confidence level of 95% (+/-5%) for the industry structure review. Published in May 2009, the report incorporates all the issues relating to the recent economic slowdown and provides forecasts to 2013 in light of the current market trading conditions with forecasts of when a return to growth is likely in the market.
This 100+ Page Report Includes:-
The UK Underfloor Heating Suppliers Market 2004-2013:-
In mid 2009, there are some indications that the decline in economic performance overall has ‘bottomed out’, with an increasing number of industry commentators anticipating a ‘U-shaped’ recovery in the following 6-12 months. Whilst the recession remains deep, there are some small, tentative, yet positive signs of a return to improved economic performance in the coming months through to the end of 2009. Though consumer confidence remains at a low ebb, current trends within the wider retail sector suggest a resilience from consumers to the economic downturn with like for like retail sales rising 4.6% in April 2009.
There are a number of key market drivers evident in the underfloor heating industry which are offering healthy levels of optimism for the UFH market in the near to medium term. Fundamentally, there are a wide range of key target markets for UFH installations both within the domestic and non-domestic sectors and these, coupled with an improving economy should underpin healthy levels of growth for the market and promote optimism for underfloor heating suppliers in terms of future prospects.
Key Benefits of the Report include:-
This unique report represents a comprehensive yet cost effective tool for understanding the current and future performance of the UK Underfloor Heating market. Based on primary financial data from over 90% of the industry & written specifically for underfloor heating product manufacturers, suppliers and contractors, this independent market intelligence report represents an invaluable yet cost effective sales and marketing tool for any company active in, or selling to the UK underfloor heating Industry.
Key Features Of This 200+ Page Report Include:-
MARKET & INDUSTRY TRENDS 2004-2013
Trends in Underfloor Heating Suppliers Market 2004-2013, including
The Underfloor Heating Companies…
1 Page Financial Profile for Underfloor Heating Suppliers, including…
Included as Part of the 'Ultimate Pack' Option:-
Comprehensive Data Spreadsheet & Multi-Use Mailing List Supplied with 'Ultimate Pack' includes…
Brief Report Synopsis:-
In 2009, there are a large number of underfloor heating providers active in the market, though the industry remains relatively consolidated in value terms.
The impact of the credit crisis and subsequent UK recession has dramatically impacted on the new house building market, which has historically been a key determinant for growth in the UFH sector. Given the rapid decline in new housebuilding levels in the last 12 months, sources indicate that wet underfloor heating installations in particular have also declined as a direct result.
In addition, indications are that the domestic RMI (repair, maintenance & improvement) sector has also underperformed in recent months, as consumer confidence slowed during the latter half of 2008 and into 2009. This decline in consumer expenditure is also indicated to have dampened growth opportunities for electric UFH products where ceramic tile and laminate flooring have historically offered good growth in the domestic refurbishment sector.
In mid 2009, there are some indications that the decline in economic performance overall has ‘bottomed out’, with an increasing number of industry commentators anticipating a ‘U-shaped’ recovery in the following 6-12 months in terms of overall GDP output. Therefore, whilst the recession remains deep and is likely to impact the UFH sector for many years to come, there are some small, tentative, yet positive signs of a return to improved economic performance in the coming months through to the end of 2009.
Whilst consumer confidence remains at a particularly low ebb, trends within the wider retail sector suggest a resilience from consumers to the economic downturn, particularly in the commodity good sectors, which may foreshorten the overall impact of the recession. In addition, there are also tentative signs of, if not a recovery, then a cessation of price decline in the housing market, with a modest rise in house prices in February, followed by a slight decline in March 2009. With like for like retail sales rising 4.6% in April 2009, this has promoted further optimism for a relatively rapid return to growth in the wider UK economy.
Whilst UFH products remain firmly in the ‘luxury goods’ sector, and therefore are unlikely to be buoyed by a resilience in the commodity market, a return to improved economic performance overall, supported by a stabilising house-moving and housebuilding market should offer some improved opportunities for value and volume growth in the domestic UFH market in the near to medium term.
Underfloor heating applications are also increasingly being specified in non-domestic applications, with sources suggesting that the higher levels of energy efficiency offered by UFH is a key determinant for specification in both commercial and public sector buildings. With public sector expenditure having risen substantially in recent years, and a further £46 billion of capital expenditure planned in 2009, this market also represents a key target market for UFH suppliers. Within the public sector, there are a large number of potential primary applications, particularly within the health and education sectors, but also within the arts and museums sector which has also recently benefited from improved public funding in recent years.
The report provides a comprehensive review of the independent underfloor heating retail market and forecasts industry trends for 2009-2013 as well as ranking the underfloor heating companies and providing sales estimates enabling market share estimation. In addition, the report also profiles each company’s financial health and illustrating their key financial performance indicators through their ‘at a glance’ charts. The 'ultimate' report package also includes mailing, telephone and contact details for an estimated 90% of the market, providing comprehensive industry analysis and a useful sales & marketing tool.
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