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Built up: Rising disposable incomes will encourage consumers to upgrade furnishings
Home Furnishing Wholesaling in the US
The Home Furnishing Wholesaling industry has fully recovered from the tribulations of the economic downturn and has experienced significant growth over the five years to 2016. As demand from downstream industries has increased in line with consumer confidence and disposable income, the industry has grown. Looking ahead, industry revenue is forecast to continue to grow through 2021, as rising consumer sentiment and household disposable incomes encourage consumers to upgrade furnishings in their homes.
This industry wholesales a broad range of furnishings for homes, such as carpets, curtains, floor coverings, kitchen utensils, rugs and window shades. Wholesalers purchase goods from domestic and international manufacturers and then sell them to department stores, furnishing specialty shops and other respective businesses. This industry excludes furniture wholesaling.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
Textile Mills in the US
Carpet Mills in the US
Ceramics Manufacturing in the US
Glass Product Manufacturing in the US
Hand Tool & Cutlery Manufacturing in the US
Blind & Shade Manufacturing in the US
Furniture Wholesaling in the US
Floor Covering Wholesaling in Australia
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