AMA Research have published the 7th edition of the report 'Commercial and Industrial Doors and Shutters Market Report - UK 2015-2019 Analysis'. Incorporating original input and primary research, it represents an up-to-date and informed report on the sector, covering both Personnel Entrance Doors and Industrial (non-personnel) Doors
Key areas covered:
- UK Commercial and Industrial Doors market - size, recent trends, key influences, future prospects until 2019.
- Analysis by market sector - size, product mix, trends and influences for Personnel Entrance Doors and Non Personnel (Industrial) Doors.
- Market structure review - overview, breakdown of major sectors with key plauers, company profiles and anticipated future developments.
- End use application areas - analysis of key end use sectors for commercial and industrial doors, with potential growth opportunities.
After a difficult period, recovery in key market sectors such as industrial/warehouse and offices construction have helped underpin growth in the market for commercial and industrial doors during 2014. Market prospects remain positive going forward - providing the economy continues to recover - with investment in new build and refurbishment/upgrade work driving demand for most door and shutter products.
Key areas of insight include:
- Market development in 2013-2014 - driven by mixed fortunes in commercial, industrial and public sectors.
- Key product mix trends - personnel doors, industrial doors, shutters etc.
- Effect of legislation such as the Equality Act, Fire Safety regulations, Building and energy conservation regulations.
- Short-term prospects for 2015-16 and a review of key market drivers into the medium term up to 2019.
Some of the companies included:
Abloy Entrance Systems, AccentHansen, Anaco Systems, Ascot Doors, Assa Abloy Entrance Systems, Assa Boon Edam, BID Group, Booth Industries, Bridgman IBC, Dane Architectural Systems, Dorma UK Ltd, DSS Automatic Doors (part of FACC Group), Envirodoor, F. R. Shadbolt and Sons, Geze UK, Gilgen Door Systems, Hormann (U.K.), Horton Automatics, Industrial Door Systems, Jewers Doors, John Reid & Sons (Structsteel), Kawneer UK, Kone Doors, Leaderflush Shapland, LBS Security Services, Record UK, Reynaers, Sapa Building Systems, Sara LBS, Schueco UK, Senior Architectural Systems, Smart Systems, Stertil UK, The Bolton Gate Company, The Parkside Group Ltd (TPGL), TORMAX UK, Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions (UK), Weatherite Shopfront & Shutters,E
Key areas covered in the report include:
- Market size by value - market development from 20097-14, with forecasts through to 2019.
- 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 2012-14 period.
- Review of overall product mix - mix between personnel/non-personnel doors, new build and replacement etc. - share mix in 2014, trends and key influencing factors.
- Analysis of Personnel Doors sector by value 2009-14 and key market issues, forecasts of future market size from 2015-2019.
- Product mix for Personnel Doors sector - Hinged Timbers Doors, Hinged Steel Doors, Aluminium Entrance Doors and Automated Pedestrian Doors Sectors - share by sector in 2014.
- 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 2009-14 and key market issues, new build and replacement share, market forecasts 2015-19 and prospects for recovery in medium term.
- Market mix between Roller Shutters, Sectional Overhead Doors, High-Speed Doors, Sliding & Folding Doors and Flexible Doors - share by value 2014. 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.
- Review of key suppliers in 'industrial' doors sectors - ownership structure, product range, latest turnover figures etc.
- Factors influencing future market potential in 2015-19 - legislation, product trends, macro-economic factors and the introduction of EU-wide standards.
- Outlook for end-use application areas - key potential growth areas, influence on product mix.
- Changing market structure - potential for further mergers and acquisitions.
SUMMARY OF REPORT CONTENTS
Having peaked in 2008, the UK market for industrial and commercial doors has experienced a more difficult period in 2009-12 but has since stabilised and shown some recovery in 2013/14. The overall performance in 2013/14 has been underpinned by a combination of a recovery in construction activity in the industrial/warehousing sector, together with a general recovery in the economy and a growing switch to online sales and distribution of goods.
Legislative changes have also had a significant impact on the sector in recent years. For example, in terms of replacement and refurbishment, the Fire Safety regulations and the Corporate Manslaughter Bill helped to influence investment in replacement and refurbishment doors and shutters during the downturn, and The Equality Act 2010 (formerly the Disability Discrimination Act) has helped drive growth in demand for retrofit and replacement of existing access areas with power-assisted and automatic doors and door controls.
The personnel doors sector - incorporating timber doors, hinged steel doors; aluminium framed manual entrance doors and automated pedestrian doors. In value terms, automated pedestrian doors represents the largest single sub-sector, although the hinged door sector with timber hinged and steel hinged sectors combined represent the largest sub-sector by type. Timber doors are largely used internally, with external usage continuing to decline in favour of steel and aluminium and other materials such as PVCu, which offer greater durability and lower maintenance.
The 'industrial' doors sector covers sectional overhead doors, high-speed doors, roller shutters, sliding & folding doors and flexible doors, and in 2014 accounted for some 43% of the total market for commercial and industrial doors and shutters. High-speed doors represent the largest and the highest added value sub-sector with sectional overhead doors the second largest sub-sector, followed closely by rolling doors and shutters/grilles. High-speed doors have increased their share of the market as building owners have become more conscious of the need to rapidly open and close doors for heat/cooling conservation and for security purposes.
Timber doors are supplied primarily by UK specialist timber door manufacturers and joinery companies, and the automated pedestrian doors sector is dominated by international suppliers. The supply of commercial and industrial doors and shutters remains a very fragmented sector, with the larger suppliers supplying major construction companies and RMI contractors, and the smaller suppliers focusing on local and specialist sectors, as well as RMI and servicing.
The outlook is for sustained recovery in both the commercial and industrial door markets with forecasts of around 3% growth in 2015 and further steady modest annual growth of 3-4% through to 2019 to reach a similar value to the peak level reached in 2008.
Table of Contents
- 1.1 BACKGROUND
- 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION
3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
4. THE UK COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DOORS AND SHUTTERS MARKET
- 4.1 DEFINITION
- 4.2 MARKET SIZE
- 4.3 FUTURE PROSPECTS
- 4.4 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL MIX
- 4.5 REPLACEMENT VERSUS NEW BUILD
- 4.6 KEY INFLUENCES ON THE MARKET
- 4.6.1 Construction Output - Industrial and Commercial
- 4.6.2 Regulatory and Legislative Changes
- 4.6.3 Security Issues and Insurance
- 4.6.4 Trade Associations
- 4.7 TRENDS IN KEY END-USER SECTORS
- 4.7.1 Commercial and Public Offices
- 4.7.2 Retail
- 4.7.3 Logistics
- 4.7.4 Hospitality
- 4.7.5 Education and Health
- 4.7.6 Manufacturing Industry
5 MARKET MIX
- 5.1 INTRODUCTION
- 5.2 PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS
- 5.2.1 Market Size
- 5.2.2 Hinged Personnel Doors
- 5.2.3 Aluminium Shop Front and Commercial Entrance Doors - Manual Operation
- 5.2.4 Automated Pedestrian Doors
- 5.3 INDUSTRIAL DOORS - GOODS & VEHICLE ACCESS AND SECURITY
- 5.3.1 Rolling Shutters, Shutter Doors and Grilles
- 5.3.2 Sliding Panel Doors, Sliding/Folding Shutter Doors and Shutters, Collapsible Gates
- 5.3.3 Sectional Overhead Doors
- 5.3.4 High-Speed Doors
- 5.3.5 Flexible Doors
- 6.1 OVERVIEW OF MARKET STRUCTURE
- 6.2 MARKET STRUCTURE BY TYPE OF PRODUCT
- 6.3 MARKET STRUCTURE BY SEGMENT
- 6.4 MARKET STRUCTURE BY COMPANY SIZE
- 6.5 KEY SUPPLIERS
- 6.5.1 Suppliers of Primarily Personnel/Pedestrian Access Doors
- 6.5.2 Suppliers of Industrial Doors and Shutters
- CHART 1 UK MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DOORS 2009-2019 £M MSP
- TABLE 2 GDP DATA - 2012-2014 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS
- CHART 3 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2019
- CHART 4 PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2019
- TABLE 5 EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2009-2015 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES
- TABLE 6 UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS 2009-2019 - £M MSP
- CHART 7 UK COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS MARKET - % MIX BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS - 2014 BY VALUE
- CHART 8 UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS - % MIX BETWEEN NEW & REPLACEMENT - 2014 BY VALUE
- TABLE 9 CONTRACTORS OUTPUT, GREAT BRITAIN - NEW WORK AND RMI NON HOUSING - CURRENT PRICES (£M) 2006-2014
- CHART 10 CENTRAL LONDON OFFICE MARKET - OFFICE TAKE UP BY PRINCIPAL AREA, QUARTER 3, 2008 - QUARTER 4, 2014 (MILLION SQ. FT)
- CHART 11 UK OFFICE CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2010-2014 (£ BILLION)
- TABLE 12 RETAIL TURNOVER EXCLUDING AUTOMOTIVE FUEL (£BN) 2009-2014
- CHART 13 UK RETAIL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2010-2014 (£ BILLION)
- CHART 14 UK WAREHOUSING & SUPPORT SERVICES 2010-2014 (£ BILLION)
- CHART 15 VALUE AND FORECASTS OF WAREHOUSING CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2008-2019 (£ MILLION)
- CHART 16 UK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT - ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE 2010-2014 (£ BILLION)
- CHART 17 UK EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2010-2014 (£ BILLION)
- CHART 18 UK HEALTH CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2010-2014 (£ BILLION)
- CHART 19 VALUE AND FORECASTS OF MANUFACTURING CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2008-2019 (£ MILLION)
- CHART 20 UK COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DOORS MARKET - % MIX BETWEEN PERSONNEL DOORS AND INDUSTRIAL (NON-PERSONNEL) DOORS - 2014 BY VALUE
- TABLE 21 UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR COMMERCIAL PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS 2009-2019 - £M MSP AT CURRENT PRICES
- CHART 22 UK MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL PERSONNEL ACCESS DOORS - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2014 - TIMBER/OTHER HINGED, STEEL HINGED, AUTOMATED PEDESTRIAN, ALUMINIUM SHOPFRONT.
- CHART 23 UK MARKET FOR SHOP FRONTS - NEW BUILD / REPLACEMENT BY INSTALLED VALUE 2014
- TABLE 24 UK MARKET AND FORECASTS FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS - £M MSP AT CURRENT PRICES 2009 TO 2019
- CHART 25 UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS - % MIX BETWEEN NEW BUILD & REPLACEMENT 2014
- CHART 26 UK MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL DOORS, SHUTTERS & GRILLES - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2014 (SECTIONAL OVERHEAD, HIGH-SPEED, ROLLING, SLIDING/FOLDING, FLEXIBLE)