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    • FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED & MATTRESSES CONTRACT & LUXURY THE KITCHEN FURNITURE MARKET IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA OFFICE Multiclient Research KITCHEN & BATHROOM November 2013 S71 ECOBUILDING DESIGN MAJOR APPLIANCES ILLUMINAZIONE All CSIL publications are available for online purchase and immediate download from: http://www.csilmilano.com http://www.worldfurnitureonline.com Reports are also available in printed form. For further information, please contact: csil@csilmilano.com © Copyright CSIL R2981 CSIL Milano scrl 15 corso Monforte 20122 Milano Italy tel. +39 02 796630 fax +39 02 780703 csil@csilmilano.com – www.csilmilano.com
    • FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED & MATTRESSES CONTRACT & LUXURY OFFICE The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa KITCHEN & BATHROOM Research prepared by: M. Spinelli Coordinated by: A. Volpe ECOBUILDING DESIGN MAJOR APPLIANCES LIGHTING FIXTURES All rights reserved. Neither this publication nor any part of it may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise. Any such action is an infringement of Italian Law (Law 18 August 2000 no. 248) and may give rise to legal action for damages and may be prosecuted as a criminal offence. All information in this report is verified to the best of the author's and the publisher's ability. However, CSIL does not accept responsibility for any errors and/ or omissions resulting from any source and for any loss arising from reliance on it. © Copyright CSIL R2981 CSIL Milano scrl 15 corso Monforte 20122 Milano Italy tel. +39 02 796630 fax +39 02 780703 csil@csilmilano.com – www.csilmilano.com
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa Contents CONTENTS 0 METHODOLOGY 1.1 Scope of the research and methodology I  1  1  2  2  3  Table 0.1 MENA. Exchange rates between national currencies and US$, 2006-2012 Table 0.2 MENA. Exchange rates between national currencies and Euro, 2006-2012 Figure 0.1 Map of the MENA Region. 1 KITCHEN FURNITURE MARKET: MENA OUTLOOK 1.1  Market overview 4  4  4  4  5  6  7  7  8  Table 1.1 MENA countries. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 1.2 MENA countries. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Table 1.3 MENA Countries. Kitchen furniture. Basic data by country, 2012. US$ million Figure 1.1 MENA Countries. Macroeconomic positioning Figure 1.2 MENA Countries. Kitchen furniture. Market positioning. Table 1.4 MENA Countries. Kitchen furniture. Number of kitchen sets sold by country. Forecasts 2013-2015. 1.2  Local manufacturers and foreign operators Table 1.5 MENA Countries. Kitchen furniture. A sample of local players* involved in the kitchen furniture segment, 2012. US$ million and units 10  Table 1.6 MENA Countries. Kitchen furniture. Main European exporters in the region, 2012. US$ million and percentages 12  Table 1.7 MENA Countries. Kitchen furniture. A sample of Chinese exporters in the region, 2012. US$ million and percentages 15  2 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 2.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 2.1 United Arab Emirates. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 2.1 United Arab Emirates. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 2.2 United Arab Emirates. Kitchen furniture consumption, 2010-2012 thousand units. Table 2.3 United Arab Emirates. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 2.2 United Arab Emirates. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 2.2 International trade Table 2.4 United Arab Emirates. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 2.3 Supply structure Figure 2.3 United Arab Emirates. Location of main furniture companies 2.4 Distribution Table 2.5 United Arab Emirates. Leading distributors in the kitchen segment. Table 2.6 United Arab Emirates. Trade fairs Table 2.7 United Arab Emirates. Press and magazines 2.5 Competitive system Table 2.8 United Arab Emirates. Leading manufacturers involved in the production of kitchen furnture. Table 2.9 United Arab Emirates. Sales in a sample of European brands operating in the market, 2012. 2.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 2.10 United Arab Emirates. Imports of household appliances, 2008-2009. US$ and units. Table 2.11 United Arab Emirates. Manufacturers and traders of home appliances 2.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 2.12 United Arab Emirates. Macroeconomic variables Table 2.13 United Arab Emirates. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 2.14 United Arab Emirates. Resident population in the main cities. Figure 2.4 United Arab Emirates. Population and per capita GDP by emirate. 3 SAUDI ARABIA 3.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 3.1 Saudi Arabia. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 16  16  16  16  17  17  17  18  19  20  20  21  22  23  23  23  25  26  26  26  27  28  28  29  29  30  31  31  31  I
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa Table 3.1 Saudi Arabia. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 3.2 Saudi Arabia. Kitchen furniture consumption, 2010-2012 thousand units. Table 3.3 Saudi Arabia. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 3.2 Saudi Arabia. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 3.2 International trade Table 3.4 Saudi Arabia. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 3.3 Supply structure 3.4 Distribution Table 3.5 Saudi Arabia. Leading distributors in the kitchen segment. Table 3.6 Saudi Arabia. Trade fairs in the furniture sector Table 3.7 Saudi Arabia. Press and magazines 3.5 Competitive system Table 3.8 Saudi Arabia. Leading manufacturers involved in production of kitchen furnture. Table 3.9 Sudi Arabia. Sales in a sample of European brands operating in the market, 2012. 3.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 3.10 Saudi Arabia. Imports of household appliances, 2010-2011. US$ and units Table 3.11 Saudi Arabia. Market shares on the home appliances market, 2009. Thousand units, % share 3.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 3.12 Saudi Arabia. Macroeconomic variables Table 3.13 Saudi Arabia. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 3.14 Saudi Arabia. Main cities by number of inhabitants. Figure 3.3 Saudi Arabia. Total housing units (occupied by households) Figure 3.4 Saudi Arabia. Housing units by type. 4 KUWAIT 4.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 4.1 Kuwait. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 4.1 Kuwait. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 4.2 Kuwait. Kitchen furniture consumption, 2010-2012 thousand units. Table 4.3 Kuwait. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 4.2 Kuwait. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 4.2 International trade 4.3 Supply structure 4.4 Distribution Table 4.4 Kuwait. Leading furniture distributors and interior designers Table 4.5 Kuwait. Trade fairs in the furniture sector Table 4.6 Kuwait. Press and magazines 4.5 Competitive system Table 4.7 Kuwait. Leading operators involved in the kitchen furnture, bathroom and home appliances segments. 4.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 4.8 Kuwait. Imports of household appliances, 2007-2008. US$ and units 4.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 4.9 Kuwait. Macroeconomic variables Table 4.10 Kuwait. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 4.11 Kuwait. Resident population by Governorate, 2010. 5 LEBANON 5.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 5.1 Lebanon. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 5.1 Lebanon. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 5.2 Lebanon. Kitchen furniture consumption, 2010-2012 thousand units. Table 5.3 Lebanon. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 5.2 Lebanon. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 31  32  32  32  33  34  35  36  36  37  37  37  39  39  40  40  40  43  43  43  44  45  45  46  46  46  46  47  47  47  48  48  48  50  51  51  51  53  53  53  54  54  54  55  57  57  57  57  58  58  58  II
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa 5.2 International trade Table 5.4 Lebanon. Exports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2007-2012 Table 5.5 Lebanon. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2007-2012 5.3 Supply structure 5.4 Distribution Table 5.6 Lebanon. Leading distributors in the kitchen segment. Table 5.7 Lebanon. Trade fairs in the furniture sector Table 5.8 Lebanon. Press and magazines 5.5 Competitive system Table 5.9 Lebanon. Leading manufacturers involved in production of kitchen furnture. 5.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 5.10 Lebanon. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 5.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 5.11 Lebanon. Macroeconomic variables Table 5.12 Lebanon. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Figure 5.3 Lebanon. Housing units by type 6 JORDAN 6.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 6.1 Jordan. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 6.1 Jordan. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 6.2 Jordan. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 6.2 Jordan. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 6.2 International trade Table 6.3 Jordan. Exports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2007-2012 Table 6.4 Jordan. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2007-2012 6.3 Supply structure Table 6.5 Jordan. Trade fairs in the furniture sector 6.4 Competitive system Table 6.6 Jordan. Leading operators in the kitchen segment. 6.5 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 6.7 Jordan. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 6.6 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 6.8 Jordan. Macroeconomic variables Table 6.9 Jordan. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 6.10 Jordan. Main cities by number of inhabitants. 7 IRAN 7.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 7.1 Iran. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 7.1 Iran. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 7.2 Iran. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 7.2 Iran. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 7.2 International trade Table 7.3 Iran. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2007-2012 7.3 Supply structure Figure 7.3 Iran. Total industrial establishments by region. Units Figure 7.4 Iran. Production of furniture by province. Percentage share 7.4 Distribution Table 7.4 Iran. Selected sector fairs Table 7.5 Iran. Selected trade press 7.5 Competitive system 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 59  59  60  60  61  63  63  63  64  66  66  66  67  67  67  68  69  69  69  69  70  70  71  71  72  73  73  73  74  74  74  75  75  76  76  77  77  77  77  78  78  78  79  80  80  81  84  86  87  87  III
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa Table 7.6 Iran. A sample of leading furniture manufacturers and distributors 7.6 Built-in appliances: imports Table 7.7 Iran. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 7.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 7.8 Iran. Macroeconomic variables Table 7.9 Iran. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 7.10 Iran. Largest cities by number of inhabitants (> 1 million). 8 IRAQ 8.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Table 8.1 Iraq. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 8.2 Iraq. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 8.1 Iraq. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 8.2 International trade Table 8.3 Iraq. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2007-2012 8.3 Supply structure 8.4 Distribution 8.5 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 8.5 Iraq. Macroeconomic variables Table 8.6 Iraq. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes 9 QATAR 9.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 9.1 Qatar. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 9.1 Qatar. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 9.2 Qatar. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 9.2 Qatar. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 9.2 International trade Table 9.3 Qatar. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 9.3 Supply structure 9.4 Distribution Table 9.4 Qatar. Trade fairs in the furniture sector Table 9.5 Qatar. Press and magazines 9.5 Competitive system Table 9.6 Qatar. A sample of leading furniture manufacturers and distributors 9.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands 9.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 9.7 Qatar. Macroeconomic variables Table 9.8 Qatar. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 9.9 Qatar. Population by municipality Table 9.10 Qatar. Occupied housing units, by type and municipality Table 9.11 Qatar. Completed buildings by municipality and type 10 OMAN 10.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 10.1 Oman. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 10.1 Oman. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 10.2 Oman. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 10.2 Oman. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 10.2 International trade Table 10.3 Oman. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 10.3 Supply structure 10.4 Distribution 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 89  90  90  90  90  91  91  92  92  92  92  93  94  94  95  96  96  97  97  98  98  98  98  99  99  101  101  102  102  103  103  104  104  104  105  105  105  106  106  106  108  108  108  108  109  109  109  110  110  111  IV
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa Table 10.4 Oman. Trade fairs in the furniture sector Table 10.5 Oman. Press and magazines 10.5 Competitive system Table 10.6 Oman. A sample of leading furniture manufacturers and distributors 10.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 10.6 Oman. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 10.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 10.7 Oman. Macroeconomic variables Table 10.8 Qatar. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 10.9 Qatar. Resident population by governorate Table 10.3 Oman. Bulding permits by governorate 11 BAHRAIN 11.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 11.1 Bahrain. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 11.1 Bahrain. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 11.2 Bahrain. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units Figure 11.2 Bahrain. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 11.2 International trade Table 11.3 Bahrain. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 11.3 Supply structure 11.4 Distribution Table 11.4 Bahrain. Trade fairs in the furniture sector Table 11.5 Bahrain. Press and magazines 11.5 Competitive system Table 11.6 Bahrain. A sample of leading furniture manufacturers and distributors 11.6 Built-in appliances: imports Table 11.7 Bahrain. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 11.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 11.8 Bahrain. Macroeconomic variables Table 11.9 Bahrain. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 11.10 Bahrain. Resident population in the main cities Table 11.11 Bahrain. Housing units by type. 12 EGYPT 12.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 12.1 Egypt. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 12.1 Egypt. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2010-2012. Table 12.2 Egypt. Kitchen furniture consumption, 2010-2012 thousand units. Table 12.3 Egypt. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units, average price and US$ million Figure 12.2 Egypt. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 12.2 International trade Table 12.4 Egypt. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 12.3 Supply structure Figure 12.3 Egypt. Furniture production poles 12.4 Distribution Table 12.5 Egypt. Selected sector fairs Table 12.6 Egypt. Selected trade press 12.5 Competitive system Table 12.7 Egypt. A sample of leading furniture manufacturers and distributors 12.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 12.8 Egypt. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 111  111  112  113  114  114  114  115  115  115  116  117  117  117  117  118  118  120  120  121  121  121  121  122  122  123  123  123  123  123  124  124  125  125  125  125  126  126  126  126  127  127  128  129  130  130  130  132  133  133  V
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa 12.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 12.9 Egypt. Macroeconomic variables Table 12.10 Egypt. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 12.11 Egypt. Population in the main cities 13 ALGERIA 13.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 13.1 Algeria. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 13.1 Algeria. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 13.2 Algeria. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units, average price and US$ million Figure 13.2 Algeria. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 13.2 International trade Table 13.3 Algeria. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 13.3 Supply structure 13.4 Distribution Table 13.4 Algeria. Selected sector fairs 13.5 Competitive system 13.6 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 13.5 Algeria. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 13.7 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 13.6 Algeria. Macroeconomic variables Table 13.7 Algeria. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes 14 MOROCCO 14.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 14.1 Morocco. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 14.1 Morocco. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 14.2 Morocco. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units, average price and US$ million Figure 14.2 Morocco. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 14.2 International trade Table 14.3 Morocco. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 14.3 Supply structure 14.4 Distribution and competition Table 14.4 Morocco. Leading furniture manufacturers and distributors, 2011. US$ million and % change Table 14.5 Morocco. A sample of companies operating in the kitchen furniture segment Table 14.6 Morocco. Selected sector fairs 14.5 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 14.7 Morocco. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 14.6 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 14.8 Morocco. Macroeconomic variables Table 14.9 Morocco. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 14.10 Morocco. Population in the main cities Table 14.3 Morocco. Number of building permits, 2006-2011. Table 14.11 Morocco. Building permits by type, 2006-2011 15 TUNISIA 15.1 Kitchen furniture market: basic data Figure 15.1 Tunisia. Kitchen furniture and quantitative indicators at glance. Thousand units Table 15.1 Tunisia. Kitchen furniture: basic data, 2012. Table 15.2 Tunisia. Kitchens sold by price range, 2012. Thousand units, average price and US$ million Figure 15.2 Tunisia. Kitchen units consumed. Forecasts 2013-2015. Thousand units 15.2 International trade Table 15.3 Tunisia. Exports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 134  134  134  134  135  135  135  135  136  136  137  137  137  138  138  139  139  139  140  140  140  141  141  141  142  142  142  143  143  144  144  146  146  147  147  147  148  148  148  148  149  149  150  150  150  150  151  151  151  152  VI
    • The kitchen furniture market in the Middle East and North Africa Table 15.4 Tunisia. Imports of kitchen furniture by country and by geographical area, 2006-2011 15.3 Supply structure Table 15.5 Tunisia. Selected sector fairs 15.4 Competitive system 15.5 Built-in appliances: imports and available brands Table 15.6 Tunisia. Imports of household appliances, 2011-2012. US$ and units 15.6 Demand drivers and macroeconomic indicators Table 15.7 Tunisia. Macroeconomic variables Table 15.8 Tunisia. Inflation and GDP. 2008-2016. % changes Table 15.9 Tunisia. Population in the main cities APPENDIX: LIST OF USEFUL CONTACTS BY COUNTRY 25/11/2013 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2981 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 153  153  154  154  155  155  155  155  156  156  157  VII