The U.S. Market for Foodservice Equipment

Mar 1, 2005
164 Pages - Pub ID: SB1037788
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This Specialists in Business Information (SBI) Market Profile on Foodservice Equipment is an updated analysis of the $7.07 billion U.S. foodservice equipment industry. The foodservice industry has faced some challenges in the past few years as equipment becomes more of a commodity product. It has been an upward battle for increased sales with too many competing mid-tier firms in a marginal market growth since 9/11 and sales threatened by the less-expensive, foreign-made equipment. Foodservice equipment dealers have also struggled as new and different distribution venues multiply, altering the old school dealer-client relationship.

This report investigates the market for various products designed specifically for use in eating and drinking places, and reviews manufacturer and marketer strategies that maximize growth and profitability. This comprehensive database covers U.S. shipments, price gains, profitability, the competitive environment, and foreign market trends for each industry equipment sector. Report sections also investigate foodservice industry trends, eating and drinking place capital expenditures, and competitor intelligence.

Chapter 1 Executive Summary
  • Scope
  • Methodology
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Market Analysis
    • Future Outlook

Chapter 2 The Market

  • Industry Structure
  • Table 2-1 Value of U.S. Foodservice Equipment Shipments By Sector, 1987-2001; 2004-2009 ($ million)
  • Market Scenario
    • FSE in The Convenience Store Market
    • Table 2-2 Number of C-Stores Percentage Change
    • Table 2-3 C-Store In-Store Sales C-Store Proprietary Products Baked/Cooked On-Site
    • Table 2-4 C-Store Food Offerings, 2003-2004
    • Table 2-5 Percentage Proprietary Foodservice Features Offered
      • Foodservice Preparation
      • Regional Differences in C-Store Foodservice Offerings

    • Table 2-6 C-Store Foodservice Equipment Options
    • Table 2-7 Foodservice Options Offered, By Company Size

  • Market Forecast
    • Market Projections
    • Figure 2-1 Projected Sales for the Foodservice Equipment Industry

Chapter 3 Cooking & Food-Warming Equipment

  • Introduction
  • Types of Equipment
  • Competitive Scenario
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Table 3-1 Values of U.S. Commercial Cooking & Food-warming Equipment Shipments by Major Product Sectors
    • Figure 3-1 Projections for Cooking and Food-warming Equipment Shipments (in million $)
    • Figure 3-2 Major Product Sectors’ Shipment Value Growth, 1992-2001
    • Figure 3-3 Growth of US Commercial Cooking & Food-warming Equipment Shipments by Major Product Sectors, 1982-2009 (in million $)
    • Baking Ovens Supplies Driven by Imports
    • Table 3-2 U.S. Imports for Consumption of Bakery Ovens, Including Biscuit Ovens (industrial and non-electric)

  • Major Trends
    • Asian-Style Cooking Equipment
    • Induction Ovens with no BTU
    • Versatile Combi Ovens

Chapter 4 Refrigerated Storage Equipment

  • Introduction
  • Types of Equipment
  • Competitive Scenario
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Table 4-1 U.S. Commercial Refrigerated Food Storage & Display Equipment Shipments
    • Figure 4-1 Projections for Commercial Refrigerated Food Storage & Display Equipment Shipments
    • Mexico Dominates Export Units; Italy Commands Export Value
    • Table 4-2 U.S. Imports for Consumption of Commercial Refrigeration Equipment*, 2004

  • Major Trends
    • Proofers with Temperature Adjustments
    • Blast Chillers for Food Safety
    • Cold Display Cases for Marketing Food
    • Walk-in Refrigerators & Freezers
    • Reach-in Refrigerators & Freezers

Chapter 5 Beverage Dispensing and Ice-Making Machines

  • Types of Beverage Dispensing Equipment
  • Competitive Scenario
    • The Ice-Making Environment

  • Market Size and Growth
    • Beverage Dispensing Machines
    • Table 5-1 U.S. Beverage Dispensing Equipment Shipments
    • Figure 5-1 Projections for Beverage Dispensing Equipment Shipments ($ million)
    • Table 5-2 U.S. Trade Data for Automatic Vending Machines manufacturing The Ice-Making Market
    • Table 5-3 U.S. Ice-Making Equipments Shipments
    • Figure 5-2 Projections for Commercial Ice-Making Equipment Shipments
    • Table 5-4 U.S. Trade Data for Ice Making Equipments

  • Major Trends
    • Free Vending Machines
    • Built-in Ice dispensers
    • The More the Better
    • Water Vending
    • Self-Serve dispensers
    • Ice Machines to Suit Kitchen Environs
    • Special Needs

Chapter 6 Commercial Warewashing Equipment

  • Types of Warewashers
  • Competitive Scenario
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Table 6-1 U.S. Commercial Dishwashing Machine & Parts Shipments
    • Figure 6-1 Projections for Commercial Ice-Making Equipment Shipments

  • Major Trends
    • Accessories
    • Food Safety Concerns
    • Chemicals Replace Hot Water
    • Customized Warewashers

Chapter 7 Restaurant Furniture & Fixtures

  • Introduction
  • Types of Equipment
  • Competitive Scenario
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Table 7-1 U.S. Industry Data for Furniture & Fixtures
    • Table 7-2 U.S. Trade Data for Institutional Furniture & Kitchen Cabinet
    • Manufacturing
    • Table 7-3 U.S. Trade Data of Wooden Kitchen Cabinet & Countertop Manufacturing
    • Figure 7-1 Projections for Furniture & Fixtures Shipments

  • Major Trends
    • Kitchen Suites
    • Shelving Units

Chapter 8 Food Preparation Machinery & Fabricated Sheet Metal

  • Introduction
  • Types of Equipment
  • Competitive Scenario
    • Food Preparation Equipment
    • Table 8-1 U.S. Commercial Food Preparation Machinery & Parts Shipments
    • Table 8-2 U.S. Complete Commercial Food Preparation Machinery Shipments By Type
    • Figure 9-1 Projections for Commercial Food Preparation Machinery Shipments Restaurant & Hotel Kitchen Sheet Metal Equipment
    • Table 8-3 U.S. Restaurant And Hotel Kitchen Sheet Metal Equipment Shipments By Material
    • Figure 8-2 Projections for Restaurant and Hotel Kitchen Sheet Metal Equipment Shipments

  • Major Trends
    • Ergonomics & Safety
    • Knives & Butchery Options

Chapter 9 The Foodservice Consumer

  • Overview
  • Simmons Survey Findings
  • The U.S. Foodservice Industry
  • Fast Food & Drive-in Restaurant
  • Figure 9-1 Percent of Fast Food and Drive-in Restaurant Visitors by Age
  • Figure 9-2 Percent of Fast Food and Drive-in Restaurant Visitors by Gender
  • Figure 9-3 Percent of Fast Food and Drive-in Restaurant Visitors by Race
  • Figure 9-4 Percent of Fast Food and Drive-in Restaurant Visitors by Education
  • Figure 9-5 Percent of Fast Food and Drive-in Restaurant Visitors by Occupation
  • Figure 9-6 Percent of Fast Food and Drive-in Restaurant Visitors by Household Income
  • Frequency of Restaurant Visits
  • Table 9-1 Fast Food & Drive-in Restaurant: People Visiting 14 or More Times in a Month
  • Family Restaurants and Steak Houses
  • Figure 9-7 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Age
  • Figure 9-8 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Gender
  • Figure 9-9 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Race
  • Figure 9-10 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Education Level
  • Figure 9-11 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Occupation Level
  • Figure 9-12 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Household Income
  • Figure 9-13 Percent of Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Household Size
  • Figure 9-14 Percent Family Restaurant and Steak House Visitors by Age of Children in the Household Frequency of Visit to a Family Restaurant
  • Table 9-2 Demography of People Visiting Family Restaurant & Steak House 3 times or less

Chapter 10 Trends and Issues In The Industry

  • Overview
  • Factors Affecting the Industry
    • Food Safety & Labor Issues Affect Purchase Decisions
    • New Pressures on QSRs
    • Buying Groups Levels Field for Small Dealers
    • Consolidation Gives Birth to Giants
    • Businesses Learn to be Lean

  • Factors Influencing Future Growth
    • Threat of Disintermediation Looms Large
    • Innovation Holds the Key
    • Suppliers Must Get Their Message Out to Potential Customers
    • Healthcare and School Foodservice Customers More Demanding
    • Staying Informed of Clients Changing Needs
    • Operators Release Certification Standards
    • Energy Efficiency is a Key Parameter for Customers
    • Operators Can Still Use Old-fashioned Ways to Save on Power
    • Steel Prices Can Play Havoc
    • Table 10-1 Average Import Customs Value Per Net Ton* (Selected Products)
    • Food Safety is a Big Business
    • The Internet and Foodservice Equipment
    • Bar Code Standard

Appendix A Company Profiles

  • Profiles of Leading US Foodservice Equipment Manufacturers
  • Manitowoc Company, Inc.
    • Figure A-1i
    • Manitowoc Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Descriptioni
    • Figure A-1 Sale Split By Divisioni
    • Table A-1 Manitowoc’s Facilitiesi
    • Initiatives

  • Enodis Plc
    • Figure A-2
    • Enodis Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Table A-2 Products Manufactured By Enodis Group Companies
    • Initiatives

  • Illinois Tool Works Inc.
    • Figure A-3
    • Illinois Tool Works Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • New Initiatives

  • Electrolux AB
    • Figure A-4
    • Electrolux Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Initiatives

  • Dover Corporation
    • Figure A-5
    • Dover Corporation Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Table A-3 Dover Corp. Product Lines, by Division
    • Initiatives

  • Falcon Products, Inc.
    • Figure A-6
    • Falcon Products Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • New Initiatives

  • IMI plc
    • Figure A-7
    • IMI Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description

  • Maytag Corporation
    • Figure A-8
    • Maytag Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Initiatives

  • Standex International Corporation
    • Figure A-9
    • Standex Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Initiatives

  • TurboChef Technologies, Inc.
    • Figure A-10
    • Turbo-Chef Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Initiatives

  • Perfect Fry Corporation
    • Figure A-11
    • Perfect Fry Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Initiatives

  • Hoshizaki America Inc.
    • Business Description

  • The Middleby Corp.
    • Figure A-12
    • Middleby Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003
    • Business Description
    • Figure A-13 Middleby Sales Split by Brand, June 2004
    • Figure A-14 Middleby Net Sales By Geography, 2003
    • Figure A-15 Middleby Sales By Segment, 2003
    • Table A-3 Middleby Key Customers
    • Initiatives

  • Lancer Corp.
    • Figure A-16
    • Lancer Annual Sales/Net Income, 2000-2003

Appendix B U.S. Industry Associations
Appendix C Glossary

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