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According to CSIL, the office furniture market in Europe increased by 4.7% in 2015 reaching a total value of EUR 7.8 billion.
Largest markets like Germany, France and the United Kingdom pushed the growth performing over the European average. Among the Central-Eastern European countries, the largest and well performing markets were Poland and the Czech Republic.
Market concentration in Europe continued to increase. Today the top 20 players represent 42% of the total European output growing by about 6 points if compared to 2010.
This report offers a comprehensive picture of the office furniture market in Europe, providing main statistics (production, consumption, imports and exports), figures by country, market forecasts, performance of top European office furniture manufacturers, analysis of supply structure, prices and distribution channels and addresses of about 200 office furniture companies.
Starting from this edition, the geographical perimeter has been expanded to 30 European countries (28 States of the EU plus Norway and Switzerland): Northern Europe (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden); Western Europe (Belgium-Luxembourg, France, Ireland, Netherlands and the UK); Central Europe (Germany, Austria and Switzerland); Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain); Central-Eastern Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Malta, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania).