Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutters Market Report – UK 2017-2021 Analysis


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The report provides a detailed review of the two key sectors of the market Personnel Access Doors and Industrial (Non-Personnel) Doors.

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The 8th edition of ‘Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutters Market Report – UK 2017-2021 Analysis‘ provides a detailed review of the two key sectors of the market Personnel Access Doors and Industrial (Non-Personnel) Doors. This unique report provides both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the UK market overall and by major product group. It focuses on market size and future prospects, by value, key trends and drivers, leading suppliers, distribution structures, end use sectors etc.

Key areas covered:

  • UK commercial and industrial doors market – size, recent trends and key influences, forecasts and future trends up to 2021.
  • Analysis by market sector – personnel entrance doors and non-personnel (industrial) doors – size, product mix within each sector, trends and influences.
  • Market structure – review of market structure, breakdown of market sectors with major players, company profiles, anticipated future developments.
  • End use application areas – analysis of key end use sectors for commercial and industrial doors, with potential growth opportunities.
  • Forecasts of market developments to 2021.

Growth in the UK commercial and industrial doors and shutters market has followed an upward trend 2012 to 2016 but with indications that the growth rate is slowing 2016-17. However, growth for the industrial doors sector has not been as buoyant as for personnel doors.

Key areas of insight include:

  • Recovery in private commercial and industrial construction output driving demand for new installations.
  • Replacement sector underpinned by increased demand for higher quality products, particularly automatic doors.
  • Market prospects in 2017-18 and medium-term prospects to 2021.
  • Highly fragmented supply sector with some suppliers servicing higher value niche sectors.
  • Effects of legislation and increased requirements for security features and improved insulation, etc.
  • Detailed market data and insight on the access equipment market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

Some of the companies included:

Abloy Entrance Systems, AccentHansen, Anaco Systems, Ascot Doors, Assa Abloy Entrance Systems, Assa Boon Edam, BID Group, Booth Industries, Bridgman IBC, Dane Architectural Systems, Dorma UK Ltd, DSS Automatic Doors (part of FACC Group), Envirodoor, F. R. Shadbolt and Sons, Geze UK, Gilgen Door Systems, Hormann (U.K.), Horton Automatics, Industrial Door Systems, Jewers Doors, John Reid & Sons (Structsteel), Kawneer UK, Kone Doors, LBS Security Services, Record UK, Reynaers, Sapa Building Systems, Sara LBS, Schueco UK, Senior Architectural Systems, Smart Systems, Stertil UK, The Bolton Gate Company, The Parkside Group Ltd (TPGL), TORMAX UK, Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions (UK), Weatherite Shopfront & Shutters.

Market Overview

  • Market size by value – market development from 2012-16, with forecasts through to 2021.
  • Factors influencing market growth – legislation, trends in the construction and manufacturing sectors, security issues, price competition and product trends.
  • Construction trends in key end-use sectors, with emphasis on manufacturing /warehousing, retail, entertainment, education and healthcare. Influence on product mix in 2012-16 period.
  • Review of overall product mix – mix between personnel/non-personnel doors, new build and replacement etc. – share mix in 2016, trends and key influencing factors.

Product Mix

  • Analysis of personnel doors sector by value 2012-16 and key market issues, forecasts of future market size from 2017-2021.
  • Product mix for personnel doors sector – Hinged Timbers Doors, Hinged Steel Doors, Aluminium Entrance Doors and Automated Pedestrian Doors Sectors – share by sector in 2016.
  • Key issues for product sectors e.g. growing demand for ‘single source solutions’, impact of legislation and regulations, major application areas and potential growth areas.
  • Analysis of ‘Industrial’ Doors Sector 2012-16 and key market issues, new build and replacement share, market forecasts 2017-21 and prospects for recovery in medium term.
  • Market mix between roller shutters, sectional overhead doors, high-speed doors, sliding & folding doors and flexible doors – share by value 2016. Share between new build and replacement.
  • Key issues for each product sector – impact of changes in legislation and regulations, product trends, outlook for application areas.

Supply and Distribution

  • Analysis of overall market structure – fragmented supply structure, growing influence of foreign-owned companies, market consolidation, role of systems companies/fabricators, analysis of supply structure by turnover size.
  • Identification of suppliers in specific product sectors – key players, market positioning, recent developments.
  • Review of key suppliers in personnel doors sectors – ownership structure, product range, latest turnover figures etc.

Growth in the Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutters market has followed an upward trend 2012 to 2016 but data indicates that the growth rate is slowing in 2016-17. The commercial and industrial door and shutter market is still recovering from recessionary effects which were felt through to 2012 when the market saw a decline of almost 20% from the peak value of 2008. Industrial doors managed to regain their pre-recession level in 2016 but commercial and personnel access doors still remain below the 2008 peak.

Key factors underpinning growth in the market have included non-residential new build which has seen output increase since 2012. Private commercial construction has been another growth area with private industrial new work seeing a significant increase since 2012 onwards. Moreover, private non-residential RMI saw reasonable expansion in 2016, its 6th successive year of growth, albeit levels are still significantly below the levels reached before the recession indicating some further way to full recovery. Additionally, sub-sectors within manufacturing such as transport, aviation and food production have helped sustain construction demand for a variety of door products from high insulated systems for refrigerated units, to large transport warehouse industrial doors. Furthermore, the chemicals and pharmaceuticals sectors also require very high-quality door systems and materials including high value specialised hygienic products developed for use in these industries.

In general terms, the industrial doors market has demonstrated erratic trends at times with demand sometimes bucking an otherwise falling economic trend with rising demand. More importantly an underlying steady level of servicing and maintenance expenditure which is necessary in this sector has also contributed to smooth out demand. In regard to specific market trends, changes to Building Regulations and increased requirements in terms of security as well as sustainability issues have placed an increasing emphasis on higher-quality products, as well as assisting market growth.

Looking forward, the market outlook for commercial and industrial doors is positive but forecasts indicate only modest growth in the short-medium term. The outlook is based on a slowing trend of new construction orders and the uncertainty affecting business confidence and investment levels as a result of the Brexit process. Additionally, whilst over the last 2-3 years some manufacturers have been able to pass on some price increases to the market, the outlook is for increased pressure on prices as manufacturers/suppliers compete for share with price inflation likely to be added for some imported products.

  1. Contents Listing
  2. 1. INTRODUCTION 7
  3. 1.1 BACKGROUND 7
  4. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
  5. 2. SUMMARY AND MARKET PROSPECTS 9
  6. 2.1 SUMMARY 9
  7. 2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 10
  8. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 12
  9. 3.1 GDP 12
  10. 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 13
  11. 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 14
  12. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 15
  13. 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION 15
  14. 3.6 STERLING 163.7 POPULATION PROFILE 17
  15. 3.8 CONCLUSIONS 17
  16. 4. THE UK COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DOORS AND SHUTTERS MARKET 19
  17. 4.1 DEFINITION 19
  18. 4.1.1 Main Product Categories 19
  19. 4.2 MARKET SIZE 21
  20. 4.3 FUTURE PROSPECTS 22
  21. 4.4 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL MIX 23
  22. 4.5 REPLACEMENT VERSUS NEW BUILD 24
  23. 4.6 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES 25
  24. 4.6.1 Construction Output – Industrial and Commercial 25
  25. 4.6.2 Regulatory and Legislative Changes 26
  26. 4.6.3 Security Issues and Insurance 30
  27. 4.6.4 Trade Associations 30
  28. 5. MARKET MIX 32
  29. 5.1 INTRODUCTION 32
  30. 5.2 PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS 33
  31. 5.2.1 Market Size 33
  32. 5.2.2 Hinged Personnel Doors 35
  33. 5.2.3 Aluminium Shop Front and Commercial Entrance Doors – Manual Operation 37
  34. 5.2.4 Automated Pedestrian Doors 38
  35. 5.3 INDUSTRIAL DOORS – GOODS & VEHICLE ACCESS AND SECURITY 40
  36. 5.3.1 Market Size and Specification 40
  37. 5.3.2 End Use Application Mix 42
  38. 5.3.3 Product Mix 43
  39. 5.3.4 High-Speed Doors 43
  40. 5.3.5 Sectional Overhead Doors 44
  41. 5.3.6 Rolling Shutters, Shutter Doors and Grilles 44
  42. 5.3.7 Sliding Panel Doors, Sliding/Folding Shutter Doors & Shutters, Collapsible Gates 45
  43. 5.3.8 Flexible Doors 46
  44. 6. KEY END USE SECTORS 47
  45. 6.1 OFFICES SECTOR 47
  46. 6.2 RETAIL 49
  47. 6.3 LOGISTICS 52
  48. 6.4 HOSPITALITY 54
  49. 6.5 EDUCATION AND HEALTH 55
  50. 6.6 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 58
  51. 7. DISTRIBUTION/SUPPLIERS 61
  52. 7.1 OVERVIEW OF MARKET STRUCTURE 61
  53. 7.2 MARKET STRUCTURE BY TYPE OF PRODUCT 62
  54. 7.3 MARKET STRUCTURE BY SEGMENT 63
  55. 7.4 MARKET STRUCTURE BY COMPANY SIZE 64
  56. 7.5 KEY SUPPLIERS 65
  57. 7.5.1 Suppliers of Personnel/Pedestrian Access Doors 65
  58. 7.5.2 Suppliers of Industrial Doors and Shutters 69
  1. Tables & Charts
  2. CHART 1: UK MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DOORS AND SHUTTERS 2012-2021 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 9
  3. TABLE 2: GDP DATA – 2015-2017 – KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
  4. CHART 3: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2021 14
  5. CHART 4: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2021 15
  6. TABLE 5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2013-2019 – STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 17
  7. TABLE 6: UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS 2012-2021 – £M MSP 21
  8. CHART 7: UK COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS MARKET APPLICATION MIX (COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL) 2017 – % BY VALUE 24
  9. CHART 8: UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS MIX BETWEEN NEW BUILD & REPLACEMENT 2017 – % BY VALUE 25
  10. TABLE 9: CONTRACTORS OUTPUT NON-RESIDENTIAL NEW WORK AND RMI (GREAT BRITAIN) 2012-2016 – BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 26
  11. CHART 10: UK COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS MARKET PRODUCT MIX (PERSONNEL DOORS, INDUSTRIAL DOORS) 2016-17 – % BY VALUE 32
  12. TABLE 11: UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS 2012-2021 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 34
  13. CHART 12: UK MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS PRODUCT MIX 2016-17 – % BY VALUE 35
  14. CHART 13: UK MARKET FOR SHOP FRONTS BY END USE APPLICATION (NEW BUILD/REPLACEMENT)2016 – % BY VALUE 38
  15. TABLE 14: UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS 2012-2021 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 41
  16. CHART 15: UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS END USE APPLICATION MIX (NEW BUILD VERSUS REPLACEMENT) 2016 – % BY VALUE 42
  17. CHART 16: UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS PRODUCT MIX (SECTIONAL OVERHEAD, HIGH-SPEED, ROLLING, SLIDING/FOLDING, FLEXIBLE) 2016 – % BY VALUE 43
  18. CHART 17: CENTRAL LONDON OFFICE MARKET TAKE UP BY PRINCIPAL AREA Q1 2010 TO Q1 2017 – BY AREA (MILLION SQUARE FEET) 47
  19. CHART 18: NEW WORK OFFICE CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2012-2017 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 49
  20. TABLE 19: RETAIL TURNOVER EXCLUDING AUTOMOTIVE FUEL GREAT BRITAIN 2010-2016 – £BN 50
  21. CHART 20: RETAIL CONSTRUCTION NEW WORK OUTPUT (GB) 2012-2016 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 51
  22. CHART 21: TURNOVER FOR UK WAREHOUSING & SUPPORT SERVICES SECTOR 2012-2016 -(£BN) 53
  23. CHART 22: WAREHOUSE NEW WORK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2012-2017 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 53
  24. CHART 23: CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE SECTOR (GB) 2012-2017 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 55
  25. CHART 24: EDUCATION NEW WORK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2012-2017 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 56
  26. CHART 25: HEALTH NEW WORK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2012-2017 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 57
  27. CHART 26: TURNOVER FOR UK MANUFACTURING SECTOR 2012-2016 – (£BN) 58
  28. CHART 27: CONSTRUCTION NEW BUILD OUTPUT FOR PRIVATE SECTOR FACTORIES (GB) 2012-17 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 59

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