October 2019, X Edition, 229 pages
The Report, now at its X edition, provides estimated data 2012-2018 and forecasts 2019-2022 on the consumption of total lighting and LED-based lighting worldwide, starting from 70 monitored countries. A breakdown of LED based lighting fixtures sales is provided by country or geographical area, by segment (residential lighting and non-residential lighting), by product type and application. LED sales figures and related market shares are showed for the major companies operating in the market. An overview of the new technologies of the LED industry (Connected Smart Lighting, OLEDs, Laser Light, Horticultural Lighting, Serviceable products, Human Centric Light) is included
November 2019, XXIV Edition, 277 pages
The twenty-fourth edition of the World Trade of Lighting provides an overview of a flourishing sector. In 2018, the world trade of lighting fixtures among the 70 countries covered by the report (representing the whole global production and 97% of global consumption) has been estimated in approximately US$ 49 billion of exports and US$ 42 billion of imports. Relatively to the previous year, the world trade experienced a significant increase in both imports (+4.3%) and exports (+5.1%), well above the five-year market trends. According to CSIL forecasts, the worldwide market for lighting fixtures is expected to reach more than US$ 107 billion by 2023. The report also analyses the world trade of lamps, characterized by the increasing importance of LED technology.
September 2019, V Edition, 185 pages
This study provides a full analysis of the outdoor lighting market worldwide. The World is considered as the aggregate of 70 monitored countries, selected by CSIL on the basis of size of the economy, importance of the lighting fixtures sector and contribution to World trade of lighting fixtures, plus an approximation of the market value in the Other countries. Market size, activity trend and short-term forecast, sales data, company profiles and market shares of the leading players are provided for 6 product groups and around 15 geographical clusters.