February 2020, III Edition, 137 pages
There are today approximately 1,600 independent architectural lighting design practices/divisions operating throughout the world and this estimate is growing every year. This Report profiles around 100 top Architectural Offices and over 150 Lighting Designers, either primarily specialized in the lighting category or that have not lighting as their primarily focus, but that engage frequently in the design of luminaires. Mentioned companies are focused both on turnkey projects and small projects in the segments of retail and luxury shops, hospitality, office, private residences, entertainment, marine, large infrastructure, and art and museum spaces. The first part of the Report is dedicated to the analysis of these segments, as well as the study of the size of the market and the competition system of the top lighting players. Geographical areas covered: Europe, America, Asia and Pacific.
January 2020, VII Edition, 204 pages
The report offers an accurate analysis of the lighting fixtures market in 12 MENA countries: Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, hereafter referred to as MENA. The first section of the Report shows the aggregate figures and the outlook of the area, including the activity trend by segment and by light source, and the competitive situation. The second part of the Report contains the analysis by single country considered (data and trend on lighting fixtures market, production and international trade; a description of the distribution system; an overview of the competitive system and major macroeconomic indicators)
November 2019, XXIV Edition, 277 pages
The twenty-fourth edition of the World Trade of Lighting provides an overview of a flourishing sector. In 2018, the world trade of lighting fixtures among the 70 countries covered by the report (representing the whole global production and 97% of global consumption) has been estimated in approximately US$ 49 billion of exports and US$ 42 billion of imports. Relatively to the previous year, the world trade experienced a significant increase in both imports (+4.3%) and exports (+5.1%), well above the five-year market trends. According to CSIL forecasts, the worldwide market for lighting fixtures is expected to reach more than US$ 107 billion by 2023. The report also analyses the world trade of lamps, characterized by the increasing importance of LED technology.