The Report LEDs and the worldwide market for connected lighting is the ideal prosecution of nine previous editions of “LEDs and the worldwide lighting market” (2010-2018) and “LEDs and the worldwide lighting market (and Beyond)“ (2019). It can be considered a 11th edition.
This Report is mainly based on around 200 interviews with manufacturers and retailers of lighting fixtures worldwide during the first half of 2020, statistical data and 30-year experience of CSIL in the lighting fixtures industry.
The Report, of 180 pages, is structured in 10 chapters.
The Report provides in the first chapter estimated data on consumption of total lighting and LED-based lighting for the years 2013-2019 and forecasts for the years 2020-2023. After an analysis of world trade of lighting fixtures and lamps (second chapter) a quantification in volume of main products and reference prices is provided. Products include downlights, recessed, spotlights, lamps, panels, strips, linear lighting, decorative luminaires, suspensions, wall washers, high bays, steps and bollards, outdoor projectors, pole mounted (third chapter).
An analysis of main destinations follows (fourth chapter): Residential/Consumer, Hospitality, Retail, Office, Institutional, Healthcare, Art & Museum, Industrial, Hazardous environment, Architectural outdoor lighting, Street and Tunnel lighting.
Estimated stock of LED lighting and connected items is provided in chapter five.
Follow an analysis of distribution channels (projects, specialists, lifestyle, DIY, wholesalers, e-commerce) and profitability (EBITDA, ROE, ROI) for around 50 players (chapters six and seven).
Chapter 8 shows market shares of top 50 players for LED Lighting (as a whole), and by segment: Residential and Hospitality, Office/Healthcare/public premises, Retail/Entertainment/Art&Museums, Industrial, Residential/Architectural outdoor, Street/Area/Tunnel lighting.
Chapter 9 shows market shares of top 50 players in the LED lighting arena by geographic area: Europe, Russia/Turkey and CIS Countries, Middle East and Africa, United States and Canada, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Japan, India, China.
A note on main suppliers for the LED lighting industry is provided as chapter 10.
The geographical classification of the 70 monitored countries is as follows:
- North America: Canada and the United States;
- Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela;
- European Union (28) + Norway and Switzerland: Austria, Belgium (including Luxembourg), Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom;
- Russia, Serbia, Turkey and CIS Countries: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine;
- Asia and Pacific; Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam;
- Middle East and Africa: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates;
Considered segments and products
- Residential/Consumer lighting fixtures includes indoor products such as floor and table lighting, suspensions, chandeliers, wall lighting, but also spot lights or downlights when used for application in the house. Residential outdoor is aggregated in the “Outdoor” segment and should account not much more than 5% on a total (indoor+outdoor) residential lighting market.
- Commercial/Architectural lighting fixtures includes indoor products for Hospitality (hotels, restaurants.), Offices, Shops (“big box”, luxury), museums and other places of entertainment, Institutions and big infrastructures (schools, airports…), including downlights, low and high voltage spotlights and professional projectors, decorative lighting with size or other characteristics designed for markets like hotels, shops, offices, restaurants.
- Industrial lighting fixtures includes indoor products for industrial plants, warehouses, weather resistant and explosion-proof lighting, emergency lighting, marine and healthcare lighting.
- Outdoor lighting fixtures includes garden lighting and architectural lighting for common spaces in residential building (together as “Residential”), architectural lighting for city centres (“city beautification”), street lighting and lighting for major roads (pole mounted), lighting for tunnels and galleries, campus/area lighting (sporting plants, petrol stations, and other “large area” spaces), Christmas and special events lighting.