The report “The lighting fixtures market in India“ is at its seventh edition. It provides data and trend (2012-2017) on the production, the international trade and the market size of the lighting fixtures industry in India, broken down by consumer/residential and technical/professional lighting (divided in architectural/commercial, industrial, and outdoor).
The breakthrough of the LED lighting technology in the Indian lighting fixtures market is analysed through historical data dated back to 2011 and forecasts up to 2021. The report also considers the main public investment programs launched by the State and National governments for improving the efficiency of lighting consumption in the country, including the Smart City Mission project.
The study also provides a breakdown of the Indian lighting fixtures exports and imports by country and by geographical area of destination/origin for the years 2011-2016. The lighting demand of the Indian market is broken down by segment (consumer/residential lighting, architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting) and by light source (conventional and LED). An overview of the geographic distribution of the lighting sales in the country is presented.
The competitive system analyses the main companies present in the Indian lighting fixtures market (by segment), with data on sales, market shares and short company profiles.
A breakdown of the distribution channels of lighting fixtures in India is given, together with short profiles of a sample of lighting fixture distributors. Covered channels are: direct sales and contract; lighting fixtures specialists; furniture stores/chains, department stores, DIY; wholesalers, and e-commerce sales.
A list of selected architectural companies involved in the Indian lighting business and Lighting designers is given. The main fairs, events, and organizations related to the lighting industry are presented.
Country economic indicators (including GDP, Inflation, private consumption, population indicators, and building construction indicators) are also provided, together with macroeconomic forecasts up to 2021.