Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutters Market Report – UK 2020-2024 including Covid-19 Insight

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 9th Edition of the Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutters Market Report – UK 2020-2024 provides a detailed review of the two key sectors of the market Personnel Access Doors and Industrial (Non-Personnel) Doors along with supplier and distribution analysis. This report contains original input and a detailed assessment of the market and represents excellent value for money to companies in the industry or considering entry.

Key areas covered:

  • UK commercial and industrial doors market – size, recent trends and key influences, forecasts and future trends up to 2024.
  • 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 2024.

Key areas of insight include:

  • Good growth for the private warehousing sector underpinning demand for industrial doors and shutters.
  • Replacement market characterised by increased demand for higher quality products – particularly automatic doors.
  • Highly fragmented supply sector – but with some corporate activity 2017-19 as suppliers seek to extend product ranges and services.
  • Effects of legislation – increased requirements for security features, improved insulation, etc.
  • Impact of Covid-19 – outlook over the medium-term on how global pandemic could affect demand levels for key end-use sectors.

Some of the companies included:

Gilgen, Stertil, Tyco, Robust UK, Ascot and AccentHansen. Eurobond, Interdoor, Industrial Door Systems, Hart Door Systems, Assa Abloy, Dorma UK, Boon Edam, Geze, Record UK, Horton Automatics, DSS Automatic Doors, Weatherite, Tormax, Kone Doors, Stertil, Record UK, Hormann, Tyco, Hart Door Systems, Envirodoor, Union Industries, Clark Door, Sara LBS, Indupart and BID Group, Guardian, Stanair, Clark Door, Gliderol, Industrial Door Engineering (IDE) and more.

Market Overview

  • Market size by value – market development from 2015-19, outlook for 2020 and current forecasts through to 2024.
  • 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 2015-19 period.
  • Review of overall product mix – mix between personnel/non-personnel doors, new build and replacement etc. – share mix in 2019, trends and key influencing factors.

Product Mix

  • Analysis of personnel doors sector by value 2015-19 and key market issues, forecasts of future market size from 2020-2024.
  • Product mix for personnel doors sector – Hinged Timbers Doors, Hinged Steel Doors, Aluminium Entrance Doors and Automated Pedestrian Doors Sectors – share by sector in 2019.
  • 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 2015-19 and key market issues, new build and replacement share, market forecasts 2020-24 and factors affecting growth into the medium term.
  • Market mix between roller shutters, sectional overhead doors, high-speed doors, sliding & folding doors and flexible doors – share by value 2019. 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.

Market Prospects

  • Market size by value 2020-24 – product analysis, market trends, growth prospects and the effect of the EU referendum on the economy in the short to medium term.
  • Impact of Covid-19 on market growth – effects of Government imposed restrictions on demand in 2020 and outlook into medium-term.
  • End Use sector review – retail, offices, education, industrial, etc. Short-term outlook and medium-term forecasts.

Table and Charts

  • There are 30 tables and charts included in this report.

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.

Contents Listing

1. INTRODUCTION 8
1.1 BACKGROUND 8
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 8
2. SUMMARY AND MARKET PROSPECTS 10
2.1 SUMMARY 10
2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 11
3. THE UK COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DOORS AND SHUTTERS MARKET 13
3.1 DEFINITION 13
3.1.1 Main Product Categories 14
3.2 MARKET SIZE 16
3.3 FUTURE PROSPECTS 18
3.4 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL MIX 19
3.5 REPLACEMENT VERSUS NEW BUILD 20
3.6 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES 21
3.6.1 Construction Output – Industrial and Commercial 22
3.6.2 Regulatory and Legislative Changes 23
3.6.3 Security Issues and Insurance 29
3.6.4 Trade Associations 29
4. MARKET MIX 31
4.1 INTRODUCTION 31
4.2 PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS 32
4.2.1 Market Size 32
4.2.2 Hinged Personnel Doors 36
4.2.3 Aluminium Shop Front and Commercial Entrance Doors – Manual Operation 39
4.2.4 Automated Pedestrian Doors 41
4.3 INDUSTRIAL DOORS – GOODS & VEHICLE ACCESS AND SECURITY 43
4.3.1 Market Size and Specification 43
4.3.2 End Use Application Mix 46
4.3.3 Product Mix 47
4.3.4 High-Speed Doors 48
4.3.5 Sectional Overhead Doors 48
4.3.6 Rolling Shutters, Shutter Doors and Grilles 49
4.3.7 Sliding Panel Doors, Sliding/Folding Shutter Doors & Shutters, Collapsible Gates 50
4.3.8 Flexible Doors 51
5. KEY END USE SECTORS 52
5.1 OFFICES SECTOR 52
5.2 RETAIL 55
5.3 LOGISTICS 58
5.4 HOSPITALITY 60
5.5 EDUCATION AND HEALTH 63
5.6 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 66
6. DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPLIERS 70
6.1 OVERVIEW OF MARKET STRUCTURE 70
6.2 MARKET STRUCTURE BY TYPE OF PRODUCT 71
6.3 MARKET STRUCTURE BY SEGMENT 73
6.4 MARKET STRUCTURE BY COMPANY SIZE 74
6.5 KEY SUPPLIERS 75
6.5.1 Suppliers of Personnel/Pedestrian Access Doors 75
6.5.2 Suppliers of Industrial Doors and Shutters 81
APPENDICES 88
APPENDIX A: ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 88
A.1 OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK 88
A.2 GDP 88
A.3 INFLATION AND INTEREST RATES 90
A.4 EMPLOYMENT & WAGES 91
A.5 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 92
A.6 STERLING 93

 

Tables & Charts

CHART 1: UK MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DOORS AND SHUTTERS 2015-2019 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 10
TABLE 2: UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS 2012-2021 – £M MSP 16
CHART 3: UK COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS & SHUTTERS MARKET APPLICATION MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 20
CHART 4: UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS MIX BETWEEN NEW BUILD & REPLACEMENT 2019 – % BY VALUE 21
TABLE 5: CONTRACTORS OUTPUT NON-RESIDENTIAL NEW WORK AND RMI (GB) 2014-2019 – BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 22
TABLE 6: NUMBER OF NON-RESIDENTIAL FIRES ATTENDED 2016/17 TO 2018/19 – BY SECTOR 26
CHART 7: UK COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS MARKET PRODUCT MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 32
TABLE 8: UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 34
CHART 9: UK MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS PRODUCT MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 35
CHART 10: UK MARKET FOR SHOP FRONTS BY END USE APPLICATION 2019 – % BY VALUE 40
TABLE 11: UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS 2015-2024 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 44
CHART 12: UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS END USE APPLICATION MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 46
CHART 13: UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS PRODUCT MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 47
CHART 14: CENTRAL LONDON OFFICE MARKET TAKE UP BY PRINCIPAL AREA Q1 2012 TO Q4 2019 – BY AREA (MILLION SQUARE FEET) 53
CHART 15: NEW WORK OFFICE CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2015-2020 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 54
TABLE 16: RETAIL TURNOVER EXCLUDING AUTOMOTIVE FUEL GREAT BRITAIN 2013-2019 – BY VALUE (£BN) 56
CHART 17: RETAIL CONSTRUCTION NEW WORK OUTPUT (GB) 2015-2020 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 57
CHART 18: TURNOVER FOR UK WAREHOUSING & SUPPORT SERVICES SECTOR 2015-2019 -(£BN) 59
CHART 19: WAREHOUSE NEW WORK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2015-2020 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 60
CHART 20: CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE SECTOR (GB) 2015-2020 – BY VALUE (£BN) 62
CHART 21: EDUCATION NEW WORK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2015-2020 -BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 63
CHART 22: HEALTH NEW WORK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2015-2020 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 65
CHART 23: TURNOVER FOR UK MANUFACTURING SECTOR 2014-2019 – (£BN) 67
CHART 24: CONSTRUCTION NEW BUILD OUTPUT FOR PRIVATE SECTOR FACTORIES (GB) 2015-20 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 68
CHART 25: MANUFACTURERS OF METAL DOORS, WINDOWS AND FRAMES BY TURNOVER BAND SIZE – 2016 AND 2019 75
CHART 26: GVA CHAINED VOLUME MEASURES KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 2015 TO 2020 89
CHART 27: CPI INFLATION AND BANK OF ENGLAND BASE RATE 2008 TO 2023 – % 90
CHART 28: AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS DATA (GB) TOTAL PAY – 2014 TO 2019 (SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 91
CHART 29: DI PER CAPITA & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2008 TO2023 92
CHART 30: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2015-2019, STERLING TO THE DOLLAR AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 93

 


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