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Published Jun 1, 1999 | 240 Pages | Pub ID: SB354

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The $7 billion U.S. builders' and cabinet hardware market is benefiting from a surge in new home construction and rising personal income. These positive trends have increased demand for lock products, other door and builders' hardware, and cabinet and furniture hardware. The strongest gains are for electronic locks, keys, window hardware, door hinges, exit devices and drawer slides. These trends were uncovered by analyzing U.S. shipments, imports and exports. SBI evaluated the determinants of demand as well. Data was correlated with U.S. construction spending and other economic trends in order to estimate and forecast each product line. SBI also analyzed the cost structure of U.S. builders' and cabinet hardware plants, plant profit margins and the competitive environment. Market share is calculated for the top 12 suppliers.
  1. Section 1 U.S. Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Industry Trends
      Executive Summary
      Overall Market Size and Growth
      Important and Growing Product Lines
      Key End-Use Markets
      Profitable Manufacturing Structure
      Competitive Environment
      Outlook
      Table 1-1 Value of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales: 1982-2004 (dollars)
      Figure 1-1 Value of U.S. Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales: 1989, 1994, 1999, and 2004 (dollars)
      Table 1-2 Value of Real U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales: 1982-2004 (dollars)
      Table 1-3 Comparative Growth Analysis of Factors Affecting Real U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales:
      1988-1999 (dollars, number, index, and rates)
      Table 1-4 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware: 1982-2004 (index)
      Table 1-5 Value of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Shipments: 1977-2004 (dollars): Factory Shipments, Growth Analysis, and Share of Fabricated Metal Product Shipments
      Table 1-6 Value of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Exports and Imports: 1982-2004 (dollars)
      Figure 1-2 Imports' Share of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales: 1989, 1994, 1999, and 2004 (percent)
      Table 1-7 Value of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales by Major Product Type: 1992-2004 (dollars): Door Locks, Padlocks, Other Locking Devices, Door Hinges, Door Closers, Other Door Hardware, Other Builder's Hardware, and Cabinet and Furniture Hardware
      Figures 1-3a and 1-3b Percent Distribution of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Sales by Major Product Type: 1997 and 2004 (percent)
      Table 1-8 Value of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Shipments by Major Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Locks, Door Hinges, Door Closers, Exit Devices, Sliding and Folding Door Hardware, Screen and Storm Door Hardware, Door Holders and Stops, Cabinet Hardware, Furniture Hardware, Window Hardware, Closet Hardware, Hangers, Tracks and Related Items, and Others
      Table 1-9 Percent Distribution of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Shipments by Major Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Locks, Door Hinges, Door Closers, Exit Devices, Sliding and Folding Door Hardware, Screen and Storm Door Hardware, Door Holders and Stops, Cabinet Hardware, Furniture Hardware, Window Hardware, Closet Hardware, Hangers, Tracks and Related Items, and Others
      Table 1-10 Gross Profit Margins for U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Plants Compared to the U.S. Manufacturing Average: 1977-1999 (percent)
  2. Scope and Methodology
    Section 2 U.S. Lock Market Trends
      Summary of Major Findings
      Door Lock Market Trends
      Leading U.S. Door Lock Suppliers
      Growing Electronic/Electrical Lock Markets
      Padlock Market Trends
      Sales Opportunities in Key Blanks
      Table 2-1 Value of U.S. Market Sales of Metal Locks and by Product Type: 1992-2004 (dollars): Door Locks, Padlocks, and Other Locking Devices
      Table 2-2 Value of U.S. Metal Lock Shipments and by Product Type: 1972-2004 (dollars): Total, Door Locks, Padlocks, and Other Locking Devices
      Table 2-3 Value of U.S. Metal Door Lock Shipments by Product Type: 1977-2004 (dollars): Total; Bored, Cylindrical, and Tubular; Mortise; Tubular and Mortise Deadlocks; Electronically or Electrically Operated Locks, All Other Types
      Table 2-4 Percent Distribution of U.S. Metal Door Lock Shipments by Product Type: 1977-2004 (percent): Bored, Cylindrical, and Tubular; Mortise; Tubular and Mortise Deadlocks; Electronically or Electrically Operated Locks, All Other Types
      Table 2-5 Value of U.S. Metal Padlock Shipments by Type: 1977-2004 (dollars): Total, Pin Tumbler, and Non-Pin Tumbler and Combination
      Table 2-6 U.S. Shipments of Miscellaneous Metal Locking Devices: 1977-1999 (dollars): Architectural Trim, Key Blanks, Rim Locks and Other Locking Devices
      Table 2-7 Value of U.S. Metal Lock Imports and by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Total, Door Locks, Padlocks, and Other Locking Devices
      Table 2-8 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Locks and Related Locking Devices by Product Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Interior and Exterior Door Locks, Other Door Locks, Other Locking Devices, Door Lock Parts, and Keys
      Table 2-9 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Locks for Interior and Exterior Doors for the Top Twelve Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-10 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Locks for Garage, Overhead, and Sliding Doors for the Top Twelve Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-11 U.S. Imports of Metal Lock Parts for the Top Twelve Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-12 U.S. Imports of Keys Sold Separately for the Top Nine Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-13 U.S. Imports of Metal Padlocks by Type, Size, and Average Value per Unit: 1992-1999 (number and dollars): With or Without Cylinder or Pin Tumbler; Not Over 3.8 Cm in Width, Over 3.8 Cm But Not Over 6.4 Cm, and Over 6.4 Cm
      Table 2-14 U.S. Imports of Padlocks for the Top Six Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (number and dollars)
      Table 2-15 Value of U.S. Metal Lock Exports and by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Total; Door Locks, Padlocks, and Other Locking Devices
      Table 2-16 U.S. Exports of Metal Door Locks and Related Locking Devices by Product Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Interior and Exterior Door Locks, Garage, Overhead, and Sliding Door Door Locks; Clasps and Frames With Incorporating Locks; Other Locking Devices, Door Lock Parts, and Keys
      Table 2-17 Value of U.S. Metal Door Lock Exports for Interior and Exterior Doors for the Top Twenty Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (dollars)
      Table 2-18 U.S. Quantity Metal Door Lock Exports and Average Value per Pound Exported for the Top Twenty Countries of Destination: 1997 and 1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-19 U.S. Exports of Metal Door Locks for Garage, Overhead, and Sliding Doors for the Top Fifteen Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-20 U.S. Exports of Metal Lock Parts for the Top Six Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-21 U.S. Exports of Keys Sold Separately for the Top Seven Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 2-22 U.S. Quantity Padlock Exports and Average Value per Unit Exported: 1992-1999 (number)
      Table 2-23 U.S. Exports of Padlocks for the Top Fourteen Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (number and dollars)
      Table 2-24 U.S. Metal Lock and Lock Part Price Trends by Product Type: 1987-1999 (index): Padlocks; Door Locks; Lock Sets, and Lock Trim; Cylindrical; Tubular; Tubular and Mortise; Other Door Locks; Rim Locks and Other Locking Devices; Protection Plates and Key Blanks
  3. Section 3 U.S. Metal Door Hinges and Other Builder's Hardware Market Trends
      Summary of Major Findings
      Door Hinge Market Trends
      Door Closer Market Trends
      Exit Devices and Other Door Hardware Shipments
      Window Hardware Shipments
      Table 3-1 Value of U.S. Market Sales of Metal Door Hinges and Other Builder's Hardware by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Door Hinges, Door Closers, Other Door Hardware, and Other Builder's Hardware
      Table 3-2 Value of U.S. Metal Door Hinge and Other Builder's Hardware Shipments by Product Type and Growth Analysis: 1982-2004 (dollars): Locks, Door Hinges; Door Closers; Exit Devices; Sliding and Folding Door Hardware; Screen and Storm Door Hardware; Door Holders and Stops; Window Hardware; Closet Hardware; Hangers, Tracks, and Related Items; and Other Builder's Hardware
      Table 3-3 Value of U.S. Metal Door Hinge Shipments by Type:
      1977-2004 (dollars): Total Door Hinge Shipments, Butt Hinges by Size, and Other Door Hinges
      Table 3-4 Value of U.S. Metal Door Closers, Controls, and Checking Device Shipments by Type: 1977-2004 (dollars): Surface Applied, Concealed, Electro-Mechanical-Pneumatic, and Total Door Control Shipments
      Table 3-5 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Hinges and Other Builder's Hardware and by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Total, Hinges, Door Closers, Door Stops, Other Door Hardware, and Other Builder's Hardware
      Table 3-6 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Hinges by Product Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): for Interior and Exterior Doors; for Garage, Overhead, and Sliding Doors; Iron, Steel, Aluminum, or Zinc; and Other Base Metals
      Table 3-7 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Hinges for the Top Fifteen Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-8 U.S. Imports of Metal Door Closers and Parts for the Top Six Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-9 Value of U.S. Metal Door Stop and Related Product Imports by Material for the Top Nine Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (dollars)
      Table 3-10 U.S. Quantity Metal Door Stop and Related Product
      Imports by Material for the Top Nine Countries of Origin
      and Average Value per Pound Imported: 1997 and 1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-11 Value of U.S. Imports of Other Metal Door Hardware by Material for the Top Ten Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (dollars)
      Table 3-12 U.S. Quantity Imports of Other Metal Door Hardware
      by Material for the Top Ten Countries of Origin, and
      Average Value per Pound Imported: 1997 and 1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-13 Value of U.S. Imports of Other Builder's Hardware by Material for the Top Ten Countries of Origin: 1995-1998 (dollars)
      Table 3-14 U.S. Quantity Imports of Other Builder's Hardware
      by Material for the Top Ten Countries of Origin, and
      Average Value per Pound Imported: 1997 and 1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-15 U.S. Exports of Metal Door Hinges and Other Builder's Hardware and by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Hinges, Door Closers, Other Door Hardware, and Other Builder's Hardware
      Table 3-16 U.S. Exports of Metal Door Hinges by Product Type:
      1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): for Interior and Exterior Doors; and for Garage, Overhead, and Sliding Doors
      Table 3-17 U.S. Exports of Metal Door Hinges for the Top Sixteen Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-18 U.S. Exports of Metal Door Closers and Parts for the
      Top Ten Countries of Destination: 1992-1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-19 U.S. Exports of Other Metal Door Hardware for the
      Top Seven Countries of Destination: 1992-1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-20 U.S. Exports of Other Metal Builder's Hardware for the
      Top Twelve Countries of Destination: 1992-1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 3-21 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Metal Door Hinges and Other Builder's Hardware by Product Type: 1987-1999 (index): Door Hinges; Door Controls, Closers, and Checking Devices; Screen and Storm Door Hardware; Window Hardware; Hangers, Tracks, and Related Items; and Other Builder's Hardware
  4. Section 4 U.S. Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware
    Market Trends
      Summary of Major Findings
      Overall Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Market Trends
      Cabinet Lock Market Trends
      Cabinet Hinge Market Trends
      Drawer Slides Market Trends
      Caster Market Trends
      Table 4-1 Value of U.S. Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Market Sales: 1982-2004 (dollars)
      Table 4-2 Value of U.S. Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Market Supply by Product Type: 1992-2004 (dollars): Locks, Hinges, Fixture Bases, Drawer Slides, Casters, and Other
      Table 4-3 Value of U.S. Metal Furniture and Cabinet Hardware Shipments: 1972-2004 (dollars)
      Table 4-4 Value of U.S. Metal Furniture Hardware Shipments by Product Type: 1972-2004 (dollars): Total Furniture Hardware Shipments; Rotating and Tilting Fixtures and Bases; Furniture and Drawer Slides; Furniture Casters; Other Furniture Hardware; Other Floor Protective Devices; and Products Not Specified by Kind
      Table 4-5 Percent Distribution of U.S. Metal Furniture Hardware Shipments by Product Type: 1972-2004 (percent): Rotating and Tilting Fixtures and Bases; Furniture and Drawer Slides; Furniture Casters; Other Furniture Hardware; Other Floor Protective Devices; and Products Not Specified by Kind
      Table 4-6 U.S. Shipments of Metal Cabinet Hardware by Product Type: 1977-2004 (dollars): Total Cabinet Hardware Shipments; Cabinet Hinges; Cabinet Locks; Cabinet Knobs, Pulls, and Catches; and Other Cabinet Hardware
      Table 4-7 Percent Distribution of U.S. Metal Cabinet Hardware Shipments by Product Type: 1977-2004 (percent): Cabinet Hinges; Cabinet Locks; Cabinet Knobs, Pulls, and Catches; and Other Cabinet Hardware
      Table 4-8 Value of U.S. Imports of Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware and by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Total Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Shipments; Locks, Hinges, Casters, and Other Hardware
      Table 4-9 U.S. Imports of Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware by Product Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Cam Locks, Other Locks, Hinges, Pneumatic Cylinders, Drawer Slides, Other Hardware, and Casters
      Table 4-10 Value of U.S. Imports of Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware for the Top Ten Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (dollars)
      Table 4-11 Value of U.S. Exports of Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware and by Product Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Total Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Exports; Locks, Hinges, Casters, and Other Hardware
      Table 4-12 Quantity U.S. Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Exports and Average Value per Pound Exported by Product Type: 1995-1999 (pounds and dollars): Locks, Hinges, Casters, and Other Hardware
      Table 4-13 Value of U.S. Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware Exports for the Top Fifteen Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (dollars)
      Table 4-14 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Metal Cabinet and Furniture Hardware by Product Type: 1987-1999 (index): Cabinet Hardware; Cabinet Knobs, Pulls, and Catches; Furniture Hardware; Furniture Casters; and Other Furniture Hardware
  5. Section 5 U.S. Plastic Hardware Market Trends
      Summary of Major Findings
      Overall Plastic Hardware Market Sales
      U.S. Manufacturer Shipments and Exports
      Foreign-Sourced Products
      Table 5-1 U.S. Plastic Hardware Market Sales: 1992-1999 (dollars)
      Table 5-2 Value of U.S. Plastic Hardware Shipments: 1987-1999 (dollars and number): Value of Shipments and Number of U.S. Manufacturers
      Table 5-3 U.S. Imports of Plastic Hardware by Product Type:
      1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Plastics Handles and Knobs for Furniture, Other Plastics Furniture Fittings, and Other Plastics Hardware
      Table 5-4 U.S. Imports of Plastic Handles and Knobs for Furniture
      for the Top Seven Countries of Origin: 1992-1998
      (pounds and dollars)
      Table 5-5 U.S. Imports of Other Plastic Furniture Fittings for the Top Twelve Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 5-6 U.S. Imports of Other Plastic Hardware for the Top Twelve Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 5-7 U.S. Exports of Plastic Hardware by Product Type:
      1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Plastics Handles and Knobs for Furniture, Other Plastics Furniture Fittings, and Other Plastics Hardware
      Table 5-8 U.S. Exports of Plastic Furniture Hardware for the Top Ten Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
      Table 5-9 U.S. Exports of Other Plastic Hardware for the Top Six Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds and dollars)
  6. Section 6 U.S. Metal Builder's Hardware End-Use Market Analysis
      Summary of Major Findings
      Residential Markets
      New Residential Construction Markets
      Residential Remodeling Markets
      Demographics of Lock and Doorknob D-I-Y and B-I-Y Markets
      Nonresidential Markets
      Door and Window Manufacturer Markets
      Table 6-1 Value of U.S. Purchases of Metal Locks and Other Builder's Hardware by End-Use Market: 1977-1999 (dollars): Construction Contractors, Door and Window Manufacturers, Consumer Purchases, Commercial Property Owners, and Manufactured Building Producers
      Table 6-2 Value of U.S. Metal Locks and Other Builder's Hardware Purchases for Residential and Nonresidential Markets by Type of Purchaser: 1992-1999 (dollars): New Residential Construction, Contractor Repair and Remodeling Projects, D-I-Y and B-I-Y Projects, Door and Window Manufacturers, Manufactured Housing Producers, Commercial Building Owners, and Manufactured Building Producers
      Table 6-3 Value of U.S. Construction Contractor Purchases of Metal Locks and Other Builder's Hardware for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings and New Construction and Repair and Remodeling Projects: 1982-1999 (dollars)
      Table 6-4 Value of U.S. Metal Locks and Other Builder's Hardware Purchases per New U.S. Housing Unit Started: 1982-1999 (dollars)
      Table 6-5 Quantity U.S. Door and Window Shipments: 1987-1999 (number)
      Table 6-6 Value of U.S. Door and Window Manufacturer Metal Lock and Other Builder's Hardware Purchases per Door and Window Shipped: 1987-1999 (dollars)
      Table 6-7 U.S. Adults Purchasing Locks and Doorknobs by Amount Spent and Installer, Spring 1998 (number and percent): Less Than $50, $50-$99, $100-$199, $200-$499, and $500 or More; Household Member, Contractor, and Other Person
      Table 6-8 Number of U.S. Adults Purchasing Locks and Doorknobs and Their Likelihood to Purchase by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, Kind of Residence, and Region
      Table 6-9 Likelihood of U.S. Adults to Purchase Locks and Doorknobs by Amount Spent by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (index): Less Than $50, $50-$99, $100-$199,
      $200-$499, and $500 or More; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, Kind of Residence,
      and Region
      Table 6-10 Percent of U.S. Adults Purchasing Locks and Doorknobs and Likelihood to Purchase Index for Do-It-Yourself Projects and Contractor Installed Locks and Doorknobs by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (percent and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, Kind of Residence, and Region
      Table 6-11 Number of U.S. Manufactured Building and Recreational Vehicle End-Use Market Plants by State: 1996 (number): Mobile Homes, Prefabricated Wood Buildings, Prefabricated Metal Buildings, Motor Homes, and Travel Trailers and Campers; Total Plants and Those With 20 or More Employees
  7. Section 7 Factors Affecting U.S. Builder's Hardware Demand
      Summary of Major Findings
      New Residential Construction Markets
      Residential Remodeling and Repair Markets
      Household Demographics
      Nonresidential Markets
      Crime Rate Trends
      Table 7-1 Real U.S. Spending on Building Construction: 1977-1999 (dollars): Total Building, Residential Buildings, and Nonresidential Buildings
      Table 7-2 Real U.S. Spending on Construction Put in Place by Market and Building Type 1995-1999 (dollars): Residential, Nonresidential, and Public Buildings
      Table 7-3 Total U.S. Housing Demand by Sector by Region:
      1994-1999 (number): Existing Home Resales, New Housing Units Completed, and Mobile Home Placements
      Table 7-4 New U.S. Privately Owned Housing Units Started and by Type of Structure: 1980-1999 (number): Total Starts, and in Structures With 1 Unit, 2 Units, 3 and 4 Units, and 5 Units
      or More
      Table 7-5 Monthly Private U.S. Housing Units Authorized by 19,000 Building Permit Places by Region: 1998 and 1999 (dollars)
      Table 7-6 Characteristics of Newly Completed U.S. Housing Units Affecting Window Demand: 1985-1998 (number):
      One-Family and Multifamily; Region, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Garage, and Stories
      Table 7-7 U.S. Residential Property Owner Expenditures for Improvements, Additions, Alterations, and Repairs and Spending by Single-Family Homeowners: 1985-1999 (dollars)
      Table 7-8 U.S. Spending on Replacement Windows and Doors in Residences by Owner Occupied and Rental Properties: 1993-1997 (dollars): Alterations, Major Replacements, Doors and Maintenance and Repairs
      Table 7-9 Monthly U.S. Building Materials Dealers' Sales: 1996-1999 (dollars)
      Table 7-10 Number of Existing U.S. Housing Units by Characteristic: 1980-1995
      Table 7-11 U.S. Home Mortgage Interest Rates and Personal Income: 1980-1999 (percent and dollars)
      Table 7-12 Number of U.S. Households and Average Household Size: 1975-2004 (number)
      Table 7-13 Distribution of U.S. Households by Demographic Characteristic: 1985-1998 (percent): Household Income, Household Size, Age of Household Head, Region, and Total Households
      Table 7-14 U.S. Crime Rates: 1972-1998 (number): Total, Violent Crime, and Property Crime
      Table 7-15 U.S. Property Crime Rates by Type: 1967-1998 (number): Total Property, Burglary, Larceny Theft, and Motor Vehicle Theft
      Table 7-16 U.S. Household Burglary Rates by Demographic Characteristic: 1985-1996 (number): Total, Income Class, Race, and Residence
      Table 7-17 U.S. Burglary Rates by Region and State: 1980-1997 (number)
      Table 7-18 U.S. Burglaries and Average Value Lost: 1972-1997 (number and dollars): Residences and Nonresidences
  8. Section 8 U.S. Automatic Door Opener Market Trends
      Summary of Major Findings 153
      Overall Automatic Door Opener Market Trends 153
      Automatic Garage Door Opener and Other Electric Door Opener Shipments 153
      Demographics of Automatic Garage Door Opener Purchasers 154
      Export-Import Trends 154
      Table 8-1 Value of U.S. Automatic Door Opener and Part Market Sales: 1992-1999 (dollars)
      Table 8-2 Value of U.S. Electrical Door Opener Shipments: 1982-1999 (dollars)
      Table 8-3 U.S. Shipments, Number of Manufacturers, and Producer Price Trends for Electrical Door Openers by Type:
      1982-1999 (Dollars, Number, and Index): Automatic Garage Door Openers and Electrical Door Openers
      Table 8-4 U.S. Imports of Automatic Door Openers and Parts:
      1989-1999 (dollars): Total Imports, Complete Automatic Door Openers, and Parts
      Table 8-5 U.S. Imports of Automatic Door Openers and Parts for the Top Ten Countries of Origin: 1992-1998 (pounds, percent and dollars)
      Table 8-6 U.S. Exports of Automatic Door Openers and Parts:
      1989-1999 (dollars)
      Table 8-7 U.S. Exports of Automatic Door Openers and Parts for the Top Twelve Countries of Destination: 1992-1998 (pounds, percent and dollars)
      Table 8-8 U.S. Adults Purchasing Automatic Garage Door Openers by Amount Spent and Installer, Spring 1998 (number and percent): Less Than $50, $50-$99, $100-$199, $200-$499, $500-$999, $1,000-$1,999, and $2,000 or More; Household Member, Contractor, and Other Person
      Table 8-9 Number of U.S. Adults Purchasing Automatic Garage Door Openers and Their Likelihood to Purchase by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (Number and Index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, Kind of Residence, and Region
      Table 8-10 Likelihood of U.S. Adults to Purchase Automatic Garage Door Openers by Amount Spent by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (index): Less Than $100, $100-$199, $200-$499, $500-$999, and $1,000 or More; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, Kind of Residence, and Region
      Table 8-11 Percent of U.S. Adults Purchasing Automatic Garage Door Openers and Likelihood to Purchase Index for Do-It-Yourself Projects and Contractor Installed Openers by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (percent and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, Kind of Residence, and Region
  9. Section 9 U.S. Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Plant Metal Hardware Purchases
      Summary of Major Findings 171
      Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Plant Hardware Purchases 171
      Important and Growing Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Market Sectors 171
      Key State Markets 172
      Table 9-1 Value of Metal Hardware Purchases by U.S. Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Plants: 1972-1999 (dollars)
      Table 9-2 U.S. Industrial Production Trends for Furniture and Fixtures: 1972-1999 (index)
      Table 9-3 Value of Metal Hardware Purchases by U.S. Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Plants by Facility Product Specialization: 1977-1999 (dollars): Wood, Upholstered, and Metal Household Furniture; TV and Kitchen Cabinets; Sleep Furniture; Wood and Metal Office Furniture; Public Building Furniture; Metal and Wood Partitions, and Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures
      Table 9-4 Percent Distribution of Metal Hardware Purchases by U.S. Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Plants by Facility Product Specialization: 1977-1999 (percent): Wood, Upholstery, and Metal Household Furniture; TV and Kitchen Cabinets; Sleep Furniture; Wood and Metal Office Furniture; Public Building Furniture; Metal and Wood Partitions, and Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures
      Table 9-5 Metal Hardware Purchases' Share of Material Inputs and Purchases per Plant by U.S. Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Plants by Facility Product Specialization: 1982-1997 (percent and dollars): Wood, Upholstery, and Metal Household Furniture; TV and Kitchen Cabinets; Sleep Furniture; Wood and Metal Office Furniture; Public Building Furniture; Metal and Wood Partitions, and Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures
      Table 9-6 Real U.S. Shipments for Major Furniture, Fixture, and Cabinet Industry Sectors: 1987-1999 (dollars): Wood, Upholstered and Metal Household Furniture, Office Furniture, Public Building Furniture, Partitions and Fixtures, and Kitchen Cabinets and Vanities
      Table 9-7 Number of U.S. Furniture and Cabinet End-User Plants by State: 1992 and 1996 (number): Household Furniture, Office and Public Building Furniture, Partitions and Fixtures, Wood Kitchen Cabinets, Other Furniture and Fixtures
  10. Section 10 Cost Structure of U.S. Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Plants and the Competitive Environment
      Summary of Major Findings 181
      Number and Average Shipments of U.S. Plants 181
      Cost Structure and Plant Profitability 182
      Share of the Top Manufacturers 182
      Mergers and Acquisition Activity 182
      Table 10-1 Number of U.S. Metal Builder's and Furniture
      Hardware Plants and Facility Revenues: 1977-1999 (number and dollars)
      Table 10-2 Operating Ratios and Profit Margins for U.S. Metal Builder's and Furniture Hardware Plants: 1977-1999 (percent): Payroll, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Percent Total
      Plant Revenues
      Table 10-3 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Steel Mill Products, Aluminum Shapes and Plastic Resins: 1987-1999 (index)
      Table 10-4 U.S. Metal Builder's and Furniture Hardware Plant Labor Situation: 1977-1999 (number, percent, and dollars): Number of Employees, Shipments per Employee; Production Workers Percent Total Employees, Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
      Table 10-5 New Capital Expenditures by U.S. Metal Builder's and Furniture Hardware Plants: 1977-1999 (dollars)
      Table 10-6 Number of U.S. Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Manufacturers and Average Shipments per Company by Product Type: 1982-1992 (number and dollars)
      Table 10-7 Share of the U.S. Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Market Supply for the Top Twelve Suppliers: 1998 (percent)
      Table 10-8 Sales and Profit Trends for Ten Builder's and Cabinet Hardware Suppliers: 1994-1998 (dollars and percent)
  11. Section 11 Canadian Builder's and Cabinet Hardware
    Industry Trends
      Summary of Major Findings
      Total Canadian Shipments
      Canadian Export Shipments
      Canadian Import Shipments
      Table 11-1 Canadian Shipments of Metal Builder's and Cabinet Hardware by Type: 1994-1998 (Canadian dollars):
      Locks, Hinges, Casters, and Other Builder's and
      Furniture Hardware
      Table 11-2 Canadian Lock and Lock Part Market Sales: 1994-1998 (Canadian dollars): Domestic Shipments, Exports, Imports, and Market Sales
      Table 11-3 Canadian Imports of Locks and Other Builder's and Cabinet Hardware by Major Country of Origin: 1992-1998 (Canadian dollars): Padlocks, Furniture Locks, Door Locks, Clasps and Frames With Clasps, Lock Parts, Keys, Other Builder's Hardware, Other Furniture Hardware, Automatic Door Openers, and Plastic Fittings
      Table 11-4 Canadian Exports of Locks and Other Builder's and Cabinet Hardware by Major Country of Destination: 1992-1998 (Canadian dollars): Padlocks, Furniture Locks, Door Locks, Clasps and Frames With Clasps, Lock Parts, Keys, Other Builder's Hardware, Other Furniture Hardware, Automatic Door Openers, and Plastic Fittings
      Table 11-5 Canadian Furniture, Manufactured Building, and Door and Window Industry Plants by Product Specialization: 1996 (number and Canadian Dollars): Number of Plants, Value of Manufactured Goods Shipped, and Shipments per Plant
      Table 11-6 Value of Canadian Building Permits and Housing Starts: 1994-1998 (dollars and number)
  12. Section 12 Competitor Intelligence: Company Profiles and
    Recent Developments
      Sources, Methodology, and Objectives
      Accuride International
      Slide Products and Markets
      American Locks
      Lock Products and Sales
      Assa Abloy AB
      Lock Business and Sales
      Expansion Through Acquisition
      Product Lines and Development
      U.S. Subsidiaries and Market Share
      The Black & Decker Corp.
      Security Hardware Products and Sales
      Sales Growth Strategies
      Colonial Commercial Corp.
      Door Hardware Products and Markets
      Sales Trends
      CompX International, Inc.
      Security Products and Sales
      Slide Products and Sales
      Marketing and Distribution
      Sales Trends and Market Share
      The Eastern Co.
      Custom Locks Group Products
      Sales Opportunities in New Markets
      Sales Trends
      FKI PLC
      Hardware Products and Markets
      Strategies for Growth
      Sales Trends
      Fortune Brands, Inc.
      Master Lock Products and Sales
      New Products
      Ingersoll-Rand Co.
      Architectural Hardware Products
      Growth Through Acquisitions
      Sales and Market Share
      Knape and Vogt Manufacturing Co.
      Drawer Line Products and Markets
      Sales Trends
      Leggett and Platt, Inc.
      Furniture Component Products and Sales
      Masco Corp.
      Builder's Hardware Products
      Sales Trends and Market Share
      Newell Rubbermaid
      Amerock Division Products and Sales
      P & F Industries, Inc.
      Franklin Division Products and Sales
      Ryobi Ltd.
      Builder's Hardware Products and Sales
      The Stanley Works
      Door Systems and Hardware Products
      Sales and Market Share
      Unican Security Systems, Ltd.
      Security Products and Markets
      Growth Through Acquisitions and New Sales Offices
      Sales Trends
      Waxman Industries, Inc.
      Floor Protective Hardware Products
      U.S. Lock Products
      Williams PLC
      Security Hardware Products and Brands
      Secure Access Control Systems for Prisons
      Yale Residential Relaunched in the United States
      Sales Trends and Market Share
      Wynn's International, Inc.
      Builder's Hardware Products