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Door and Window Fabricators Market Report - UK 2013-2017 Analysis 

  • June 2013
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  • AMA Research
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  • 103 pages

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AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the fourth edition of the report: “Door and Window Fabricators Market Report – UK 2013-2017 Analysis” – incorporating original input and primary research, it represents an up-to-date and informed report on the fabrication sector, covering both the residential and non-domestic markets, and reviewing prospects through to 2017.

Key issues included are:

Residential Windows and Doors, Conservatories, Commercial Windows, Curtain Wall, Ground Floor Treatments, Roof Glazing etc.
Analysis of product sectors by frame material and by application covering home improvement, housebuilding, private sector, public sector and private commercial and industrial markets.
Extensive coverage of suppliers in the door and window manufacturing/ fabrication industry including retail glazing companies, trade PVC-U systems fabricators, joinery manufacturers, aluminium systems fabricators, and specialist manufacturers.20011/12 has proved to be a difficult period for the glazing industry, with pressures on volumes and margins in most product sectors. Prospects for 2013-14 remain difficult and will be dependent on a continuing recovery in new build (both residential and non-domestic) and growing consumer and business confidence stimulating demand in the replacement market.

Of particular interest:

Market activity levels over 2011-12 with a review of key market drivers.
Material usage trends in key product sectors - market mixes by volume and value.
Market trends in the private and public sectors, and new build & RMI.
Extensive review of the fabricator market – recent changes in 2011/12, industry restructuring, future changes?.
Market prospects for 2013-14 and longer term trends up to 2017.

Companies include:

AccentHansen, Anaco Systems, Arrow Industrial Group, Ascot Doors, Assa Abloy Entrance Systems, Attenborough Doors Ltd, Blount Shutters, Boon Edam, Booth Industries, Bridgman IBC, Clark Door, Crawford UK, Dane Architectural Systems, Dorma UK, DP Doors & Shutters, Emmerson Doors, Ensor Holdings, Envirodoor, Eurobond Doors, F. R. Shadbolt and Sons, Fortress Doors NI, Geze UK, Gilgen Door Systems UK, Gliderol Garage Doors, Guardian Industrial Doors, Hag Shutters & Grilles (HAG), Harlech Industrial Doors, Hart Door Systems, Hormann (U.K.), Horton Automatics, Hydro Building Systems, Indupart, Industrial Door Systems, Jewers Doors, John Reid & Sons (Strucsteel), Kawneer UK, Kenfield, Klimate KONE Doors, LBS Security Services, Leaderflush Shapland, Pensher-Skytech, Record UK, Reynaers, Rhino Doors, Robust UK, Sapa Building Systems, Sara LBS, Schueco UK, Senior Architectural Systems, Smart Systems, Stanair Industrial Doors, Stertil UK, Syston Rolling Shutters, The Bolton Gate Company, The Parkside Group, TORMAX UK, Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions (UK), Union Industries, Weatherite Shopfront & Shutters.

Key areas covered in the report include :

THE MARKET

Overall door and window fabricators market size and market mix by value – key general trends and underlying market drivers from 2007-2012 and forecasts of future trends to 2015.
Analysis of residential windows sector by volume and value 2007-2017. Focus on both newbuild and replacement markets, analysis by frame material and end-user sector. Review of key market drivers and future prospects.
Analysis of commercial windows sector by value 2007-2017. Key market drivers. Mix by frame material.
Analysis of residential entrance doors sector by volume and value 2007-2017 - focus on both newbuild and replacement markets with each segmented by frame material and end-user sector. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
Analysis of patio door sector by volume and value 2007-2017. Focus on both newbuild and replacement markets with each segmented by frame material and end-user sector. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
Analysis of domestic conservatory sector by volume and value 2007-2017. Segmentation by frame material. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
Analysis of curtain wall sector by value 2007-2017. Key market drivers. Mix by frame material.
Analysis of roof glazing and ground floor treatment sectors by value 2007-2017. Key market drivers.
SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION

Analysis of door and window fabrication sectors: - retail glazing companies, PVC-U systems fabricators, aluminium systems fabricators, steel framed glazing manufacturers, timber window manufacturers and specialist suppliers, (e.g. pre-fabricated rooflights manufacturers, bespoke contractors and composite door manufacturers). Changes in supply structure in 2011/12.
Review of retail glazing sector -market shares for leading companies. Changes in market structure.
Review of PVC-U fabricator sector split between trade fabricators and fabricator/installers. Turnover and volume output estimates for leading companies. Changes in structure and the growth in the 'super-fabricator' sector. Activity and performance summaries for leading companies.
Review of aluminium systems fabrication sector. Activity and performance summaries for leading companies.
Review of activities and performance of other leading manufacturers from other sectors including bespoke specialists, joinery, steel windows, rooflights and composite doors etc.
FUTURE PROSPECTS

Market prospects in 2013-14 - key drivers in door & window fabricators market and longer term prospects up to 2017. Key growth sectors.
Overall trends in glazing industry – materials, sectors etc.
Impact of changes on market structures.The windows and doors fabrication market has been in steady decline over the last decade, but has fallen by around 30% since 2007. At trade prices, the market in the UK was worth around £1.94 billion in 2013. Key defining factors in this market in 2013 are: market maturity (in particular for the domestic replacement market), fragmentation, competition, cost-management, building legislation, ‘green’ building, austerity and diversification.

The development of the economy is of central importance to the glazing sector, which has been severely impacted by the recession. Issues associated with the effects of the financial crisis, such as the continuing restrictions in credit, the slump in housebuilding and the poor house moving market, have also impacted this industry negatively.

There is significant over-capacity in the industry resulting in an intensely competitive market, especially in the PVC-U sector - prices and margins remain under pressure as companies compete for business.

In 2013, the range of products available continues to broaden, as fabricators have had to respond to the changed character of the market – a market in which there are fewer opportunities and where fabricators (and systems companies) have had to offer a wider range.

The supply structure remains very fragmented, comprising of vertically integrated retail glazing companies, PVC-U trade fabricators and fabricator/installers, aluminium systems fabricator/installers, bespoke glazing contractors, composite door manufacturers, commercial glazed door manufacturers, roof light manufacturers, steel window manufacturers and major joinery companies.

Closures and acquisitions/mergers continue to be a striking feature of the market in 2012/13 – across all segments within the industry.

There are some bright spots in the market. Notably, the composite door sector continues to develop market share. Some of the key companies in this market are Britdoors Group, a new entrant to the market in 2012, Door Stop International, IG Doors and Rockdoor.

In 2013, the prospects for this industry in the immediate term remain relatively pessimistic and the fragility of the economy remains a significant factor. However, early 2013 has seen some tentative positive signs with Q1 GDP at 0.3% growth, with some encouraging signs in the housebuilding sector – but housemoving and household spending levels are flat, and the commercial construction market shows little sign of any significant growth in the short-medium term Gradual improvement in the medium term is anticipated, given sustained improvement in the economy, though this is dependent on the speed and timing of recovery.

It seems likely that capacity in the window replacement market will continue to reduce along with demand, and that the already expected consolidation of this market will become more rapid as a result of current circumstances. Further mergers and acquisitions are forecast across this industry as it continues to adjust to market conditions. Large corporate groups, like Epwin, are likely to continue to expand through acquisition.

The market will continue to develop in response to legislation and building regulations, which will continue to focus on ‘green’ building materials, thermal efficiency etc.

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