Commercial Washrooms Market Report - UK 2015-2019 Analysis

Feb 18, 2016, 16:00 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, Feb. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AMA Research have published the 5th edition of the report 'Commercial Washrooms Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis'. The report provides a detailed review of the main product sectors of the commercial washrooms market including market sizes and product trends, in addition to a review of the key non-domestic end users of washroom products.


Key areas covered:

• Baths - steel enameled, cast iron, acrylic/plastic/composite.


• Sanitaryware - basins, WCs and urinals.


• Brassware - pillar taps, mixer taps and bath/shower mixers.


• Special Care Systems - Doc M packs, showering equipment such as level access step-in showers, sanitaryware such as wall-hung WC pans and basins, brassware/shower controls that can be controlled automatically or lever operated, wheelchair accessible cubicles, and accessories such as handrails and shower seats.


• Panel Systems - WC and changing cubicles, Integrated Plumbing Systems (IPS)/pre-plumbed systems, wall and duct panelling, and complementary products (vanity units, decorative panelling, lockers).




Key areas of insight include:

• Market sizes and trends of the major product sectors. There is an increasing emphasis upon products which combine water saving features with contemporary design. Greater use of intelligent technology and additional functionality focuses upon the user experience, complementing the trend towards more 'inclusive' design to cater for a wider demographic of users.


• Forecasts of market and product sector developments through to 2019.


• Competitor analysis. Profiles of the major suppliers and their respective market shares in each product sector.


• Construction forecasts in the key end-use sectors of washroom products.


Key areas covered in the report include:

KEY MARKET INFLUENCES

• Overall construction market - Non-domestic construction output with forecasts to 2019, split by type of work.


• End-use sectors - Construction output in the key non-domestic end-use sectors, including education, health, entertainment & leisure (including hotels), commercial offices, retail and MOD.


BATHS AND SANITARYWARE

• Market size by value, rates of change, trends and forecasts.


• Product trends including mix by material, e.g. ceramic, stainless steel and other materials such as acrylic/composite/solid surface and glass. In addition to styles and designs for basins, WCs and urinals.


• Market shares, key company profiles, brands, applications and market positions.


BRASSWARE, SHOWERS AND MIXERS

• Market size by value, for brassware, showers and mixers, trends and forecasts.


• Product trends by type of brassware, e.g. mixer brassware, pillar taps, and function, e.g. hands free/infra red and thermostatic brassware, in addition to key end-use applications.


• Product mix and product trends by type of shower product including single point shower controls, single-outlet thermostatic mixing valves, multi-outlet valves, fittings, as well as enclosures, pods, screens and trays.


• Market shares, key company profiles, brands, applications and market positions.


SPECIAL CARE EQUIPMENT

• Market size by value and overall market trends.


• Market shares, key company profiles, brands, applications and market positions.


PANEL SYSTEMS

• Market size by value, rates of change, trends and forecasts.


• Product trends by type and material including the mix of standard and pre-plumbed panel systems by value.


• Market shares, key compa ny profiles, brands, applications and market positions.


KEY SUPPLIER AND DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS

• Company profiles, turnovers, key brands and application areas of the major suppliers by product sector.


• Key distribution channel shares and trends, in addition to a brief overview of the main merchants/distributors.


The UK commercial washrooms market is estimated to have increased by 3% in 2014 compared to the market size in 2013, reflecting the improving market conditions post-recession within the non-domestic construction industry. The UK commercial washrooms market is now showing some signs of recovery, following a static period over the past 5 years due in part to the global financial crisis and its impact upon the building sector. The upward trend is driven by stronger RMI activity in non-residential sectors, allied to more positive new work activity.

Washroom panel systems continue to account for the largest sector of the market, followed by sanitaryware, brassware, showers/mixers and baths. It is estimated that around two thirds of commercial washroom products are distributed via trade channels such as builders / plumbers' merchants and distributors. The remainder represents mainly direct sales from supplier to end-user and includes online.

The baths sector is likely to continue to face competition from showers, which are becoming more popular, and the more muted performance of the health sector and the potential trend towards smaller premises with more local delivery will also have an impact. Price competition is expected to continue, given the level of cheaper imports and components, potentially acting as a curb on overall value growth within the marketplace. Nevertheless, manufacturers will seek to offset this by focussing upon added value design, quality and performance. Manufacturers will also seek to offer total washroom solutions with an emphasis upon design, environmental benefits and ease of use. There will also be a particular focus upon using advanced technology.

More positive forecasts for the construction market indicate that the commercial washrooms market is likely to show year on year growth over the next 4 years, with the private sector expected to be the key driver of growth. However, continuing economic uncertainty due to high levels of debt within the Eurozone and planned budget cuts within the public sector, especially in health and education, may all restrict rates of growth. This may in turn reduce business confidence and create uncertainty in the key areas of leisure, offices and retail. This is however also counterbalanced by the argument that businesses may now decide to invest, given clearer direction in Government policies, post-Election. The market is forecast to have increased by around 11% in 2019.

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