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The 15th edition of the ‘Domestic Kitchen Furniture Market Report – UK 2019-2023’ incorporates original input and primary research and represents an up-to-date and comprehensive review of the kitchen furniture market.
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The 15th edition of the ‘Domestic Kitchen Furniture Market Report – UK 2019-2023‘ has been published by AMA Research. The kitchen furniture market saw increasing growth until 2016, but since then the rate of growth has slowed annually with uncertainty about the UK economy and the Brexit decision affecting consumer confidence and expenditure. This report incorporates original input and primary research and represents an up-to-date and comprehensive review of the kitchen furniture market.
AGA Rangemaster Ltd, Astracast, Franke U.K. Holding Ltd, Blanco UK,Nobia Holdings UK Ltd (Including Magnet, Gower Furniture, Rixonway Kitchens and Commodore Kitchens), The Symphony Group plc, Wren Living Ltd, Dennis & Robinson Ltd (Paula Rosa/Manhattan), Moores Furniture Group Ltd, Omega plc, Crown Products (Kent) Ltd, J & J Ormerod Ltd (JJO), Alno (UK) Ltd, Formica, Resopal, Dupont/Corian, Polyrey, Abet, ARPA, Westag & Getalit, Wilsonart, Bushboard, Kronospan, Egger, GEC Anderson and Pfleiderer Industrie, International Decorative Surfaces (IDS), Deralam Laminates Ltd, C.F Anderson Timber Products Ltd, Hills Panel Products Ltd (HPP), Blackheath Products Ltd, Plasman (Laminate Products) Ltd, PWS Distributors Ltd, Potter Cowan, GEC Anderson Ltd, Reginox UK Ltd, SCD Luisina, Schock, Villeroy and Boch, Smeg and Pyramis
The kitchen furniture market is resilient and is driven to a large and increasing extent by replacement and improvement activity. This RMI sector is likely to provide a solid basis for market recovery, once the uncertainty of Brexit has been resolved. A previously strong performance in the housebuilding and housemoving sectors has been followed by more modest growth, which is likely to continue in the next few years, despite the acknowledged need for a more robust housebuilding programme. In the longer term, an improving economic outlook and renewed consumer confidence should help to create a positive environment for the kitchen furniture market.
Within the supply chain, margins are likely to be squeezed by the increasing cost of imported raw materials, although the effects of this should start to dissipate soon. In addition, continuing strong competition amongst both manufacturers and retailers could lead to further casualties in both sectors. Future growth in the market may support a higher level of imports, although UK manufacturers are increasingly competitive in terms of pricing and design innovation.
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