This report reviews the market for Commercial and Industrial Doors and assesses recent developments within the overall market and individual sub-sectors. Issues assessed include market development, recent trends, end-use sector analysis and key factors influencing future development of the overall market and individual sub-sectors.
The market is focused on doors in non-domestic premises including specialist applications such as offshore installations; cold stores and ‘clean rooms’; warehouses; sports stadia; airports; railway and bus stations; and aircraft hangars. For the purposes of this report, doors for transport applications, i.e. vans with roller shutters and commercial doors on ships are excluded. The Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutter market experienced good rates of annual growth from 2013-15, before slowing to more modest annual growth rates of around 2% to 2019 as demand from key sectors such as offices and retail slowed.
The commercial and industrial doors market is very broad and mixed in terms of product type, supply and applications. It is also a highly fragmented sector with over 1,200 manufacturers supplying metal doors, windows and frames and over 6,700 builders’ carpentry and joinery firms most of which can supply timber doors. Many of these firms have turnovers of less than £2m a year.