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Published Apr 1, 2001 | 283 Pages | Pub ID: SB373

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SBI has released an in-depth analysis of the $16.5 billion U.S. lighting fixture and equipment industry. This study covers all sectors of this growing and profitable market including residential, commercial, industrial, and outdoor lighting fixtures, as well as portable electric lamps and electric and nonelectric lighting equipment using their own power source. Separate chapters cover each of these sectors providing data for over 100 types of lighting fixtures and equipment. Each chapter includes data on U.S. shipments and imports, and provides data in units and dollars. Shipment and import data is further segmented by incandescent, fluorescent, and high intensity discharge types. These chapters provide readers with information needed to uncover growing sales opportunities. Shipment and import data is also segmented by major end-use market. Data is segmented by new building construction, residential repair and remodeling markets, consumer purchases, street and highway construction, and business and government replacement markets. Data trends can be used in developing new products for the strongest growing user markets. Consumer spending on lighting fixtures and lamps are further investigated by demographic characteristic. Dollar purchases and the likelihood to purchase are analyzed by income, age, size, and region of U.S. households and other demographic characteristics.

Marketers should target purchasing groups most likely to spend on high-end lamps and fixtures. In addition, SBI analyzed factors affecting demand such as residential and nonresidential construction data, interest rates, and energy costs. Currently, demand is benefiting from lower interest rates and a heightened interest in energy conservation. Data on distribution channels such as wholesaler sales, major retailer sales, and export shipments are provided as well .Our analysis points to the growing importance of home centers and mass merchandisers. Our investigation also provides data on the lighting fixture and equipment plant cost structure and profitability, and analyzes the competitive environment. As part of this investigation, SBI has reviewed the major competitors and calculated market shares. Companies covered include Cooper Industries, Genlyte Group, National Service Industries, and U.S. Industries.

Section 1 Executive Summary And U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Industry Trends

  • Overall U.S. Lighting Fixtures And Equipment Market Supply
  • Growth-Oriented Markets And Product Sectors
  • Competitive Environment
  • Industry Profitability
  • Outlook

Scope And Methodology

  • Table 1-1 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Supply, 1989-2006 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And U.S. Supply
  • Figure 1-1 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Supply, 1991, 1996, 2001, And 2006 (dollars)
  • Table 1-2 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Market Supply By Industry Sector, 1989-2006 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Figure 1-2 Value of U.S. Lighting Fixture and Equipment Market Supply By Industrial Sector, 2001 and 2006 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Figure 1-3 Growth Rates of U.S. Lighting Fixture and Equipment Market Supply By Industry Sectors, 2001-2006 (percent): Total Industry, Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Table 1-3 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Shipments By Industry Sector, 1989-2006 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Table 1-4 The Fifteen Most Important And Strongest Growing Lighting Product Lines For U.S. Manufacturers, 2001 (dollars and percent)
  • Table 1-5 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Imports By Industry Sector, 1989-2006 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment, And Component And Renewal Parts
  • Table 1-6 Value Of Real U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Supply And Comparative Growth Analysis, 1989-2006 (dollars and index): Total Real Shipments, And Index Of Real Shipments And Real Construction Activity
  • Table 1-7 Value Of Real U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Supply By Industry Sector, 1989-2006 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Table 1-8 U.S. Producer Price Trends For U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Shipments By Industry Sector, 1987-2006 (index): Residential Lighting Fixtures, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures,
  • Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor Lighting Fixtures And Equipment, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Table 1-9 Comparison Of Gross Profit Margins For U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Plants And The U.S. Manufacturing Average, 1977-2001 (percent)

Section 2 U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Market Trends

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Residential Lighting Fixture Market Supply
  • Domestic Shipment Trends
  • Indoor Incandescent Fixture Shipments
  • Indoor Fluorescent Fixture Shipments
  • Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments
  • Import Shipments
  • Major Competitors
  • Outlook
  • Table 2-1 Value Of U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Supply, 1989-2006 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And U.S. Supply
  • Table 2-2 Value Of U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2006 (dollars): Incandescent, Fluorescent, Parts Sold Separately, And Fixtures Not Specified By Kind
  • Table 2-3 Value Of Complete U.S. Indoor Residential Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1992-2001 (dollars): Wraparounds, Ceiling Or Pendant, Wall Or Bracket, Track Lighting, And Recessed
  • Table 2-4 Value Of U.S. Residential Interior And Outdoor Incandescent Fixture Shipments, 1977-2006 (dollars)
  • Table 2-5 Value Of U.S. Interior Incandescent Residential Fixture Shipments By Type, 1992-2001 (dollars): Ceiling Or Pendant, Wall Or Bracket, Track Lighting, And Recessed
  • Table 2-6 Value Of U.S. Outdoor Incandescent Residential Fixture Shipments By Type, 1992-2001 (dollars): Designed For Attachment To House, Custom Lighting, And Not Designed For Attachment To House
  • Table 2-7 Value Of U.S. Residential Fluorescent Fixtures By Type, 1992-2001 (dollars): Wraparounds, Ceiling Mounted, Recessed, And Wall Or Bracket
  • Table 2-8 Quantity U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1992-2001 (number): Incandescent Ceiling Or Pendant, Wall Or Bracket, Recessed, And Outdoor; Fluorescent Wrap-Arounds, Ceiling Mounted, Recessed, And Wall Or Bracket; And Total
  • Table 2-9 U.S. Average Value Per Residential Lighting Fixture Shipped By Type, 1992-2001 (number): Incandescent Ceiling Or Pendant, Wall Or Bracket, Recessed, And Outdoor; Fluorescent Wrap-Arounds, Ceiling Mounted, Recessed, And Wall Or Bracket; And Total
  • Table 2-10 Quantity U.S. Incandescent Outdoor Residential Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Designed For Attachment To House And Not Designed For Attachment To House
  • Table 2-11 U.S. Fluorescent Ceiling Mounted Residential Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Decorative And General Purpose
  • Table 2-12 Value Of Total U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Import Costs, 1992-2000 (dollars): Product Cost, Insurance And Freight Cost, And Tariff Cost
  • Table 2-13 U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Imports By Material And Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Brass, Other Base Metals, And Other Than Base Metal
  • Table 2-14 U.S. Residential Lighting Fixture Imports For the Top Ten Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (number and dollars)

Section 3 U.S. Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixture Market Trends

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Commercial Industrial Fixture Market Supply
  • Domestic Shipment Trends
  • Incandescent Commercial Fixture Shipments
  • High-Intensity Discharge Commercial Fixture Shipments
  • Fluorescent Commercial Fixture Shipments
  • Specific-Function Lighting Shipments
  • Industrial Fixture Shipments
  • Import Shipments
  • Major Competitors
  • Outlook
  • Table 3-1 Value Of U.S. Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixture Supply, 1989-2006 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And U.S. Supply
  • Table 3-2 Value Of U.S. Commercial Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2006 (dollars): Total Shipments, Incandescent, High Intensity Discharge, Fluorescent, And Special Function Fixtures; Parts Sold Separately, And Fixtures Not Specified By Kind
  • Table 3-3 Value Of U.S. Commercial Incandescent Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Total Shipments, Utilitarian And Ornamental, Track, Custom, And Other Fixtures
  • Table 3-4 U.S. Shipments Of Utilitarian And Ornamental Incandescent Commercial Fixtures By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Surface Or Pendant, IC Recessed, And Non-IC Recessed
  • Table 3-5 Value Of U.S. Commercial Incandescent Track Lighting Shipments By Kind And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (dollars): Single Circuit Track Lengths, Multiple Circuit Track Lengths, Line Voltage Heads, Low Voltage Heads, And Track Lengths And Heads
  • Table 3-6 U.S. Shipments Of High Intensity Discharge Commercial Fixtures By Type, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Surface, Pendant, And Indirect Lighting; Recessed Non-IC; And Recessed IC
  • Table 3-7 U.S. Shipments Of Commercial Open Reflector And Enclosed Recessed Non-IC High Intensity Discharge Fixtures, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Open Reflector And Closed
  • Table 3-8 Value Of U.S. Commercial Fluorescent Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Total Shipments, Recessed Air Handling, Recessed Non-Air Handling, Striplights, Ceiling Systems, Plastic Wraparounds, Wall Mounted Fixtures, Surface And Pendant, Under Cabinet Mount Task Light, And Compact Downlights
  • Table 3-9 U.S. Recessed Air Handling Fluorescent Commercial Fixture Shipments And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Lensed, Metal Louvered, And Non-Metal Louvered
  • Table 3-10 U.S. Lensed And Metal Louvered Recessed Air Handling Fluorescent Commercial Fixture Shipments By Type And Size And Lamp Capacity, 1995-1999 (number and dollars): 2 Feet x 4 Feet 4 Lamp, 3 Lamp, And 2 Lamp, And Others
  • Table 3-11 U.S. Recessed Non-Air Handling Fluorescent Commercial Fixture Shipments And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Lensed, Metal Louvered, And Non-Metal Louvered
  • Table 3-12 U.S. Recessed Non-Air Handling Fluorescent Commercial Fixture Shipments By Type And Size And Lamp Capacity, 1995-1999 (number and dollars): 2 Feet x 4 Feet 4 Lamp, 3 Lamp, And 2 Lamp, And Others
  • Table 3-13 U.S. Shipments Of Surface And Recessed Fluorescent Striplight Commercial Fixtures And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-14 U.S. Shipments Of Commercial Fluorescent Plastic Wraparound Fixtures By Lamp Capacity And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1994-1999 (number and dollars): 4 Foot, 2 Lamp; 4 Foot, 4 Lamp; And All Others
  • Table 3-15 U.S. Shipments Of Commercial Fluorescent Surface And Pendant Fixtures And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-16 U.S. Shipments Of Commercial Compact Fluorescent Downlights By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Recessed IC And Recessed Non-IC
  • Table 3-17 U.S. Quantity Shipments Of Commercial Fluorescent Wall Mounted Fixtures And Under Cabinet Mount Task Lights And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1997-1999 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-18 U.S. Recessed Commercial Lighting Fixture Shipments By Lamp Type, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Incandescent, High Intensity Discharge, And Fluorescent
  • Table 3-19 Value Of U.S. Specific Function Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Total Shipments, Enclosed And Gasketed, Indirect Lighting, Indoor Signs, Indoor Emergency Lighting, Vandal Resistant, And All Other
  • Table 3-20 U.S. Quantity Specific Function Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Enclosed And Gasketed, Indirect Lighting, Indoor Signs, Indoor Emergency Lighting and Vandal Resistant
  • Table 3-21 Value Of U.S. Industrial Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2006 (dollars): Total Shipments, General Lighting, Parts Sold Separately, And Fixtures Not Specified By Kind
  • Table 3-22 Value Of U.S. Industrial General Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Total Shipments, Incandescent, Fluorescent, And High Intensity Discharge
  • Table 3-25 U.S. Quantity General Industrial Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Incandescent, Fluorescent, And High Intensity Discharge
  • Table 3-26 U.S. Shipments Of High Intensity Discharge Industrial General Lighting Fixtures By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Open Reflector, Enclosed, And Parking Garage Lighting
  • Table 3-27 Value Of U.S. Industrial Hazardous Lighting Fixture Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Incandescent, Fluorescent, And High Intensity Discharge
  • Table 3-28 Value Of Total U.S. Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixture Import Costs, 1992-2000 (dollars): Product Cost, Insurance And Freight Cost, And Tariff Cost
  • Table 3-29 U.S. Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixture Imports By Material And Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Brass, Other Base Metals, And Other Than Base Metal
  • Table 3-30 U.S. Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixture Imports For The Top Ten Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-31 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Commercial, Institutional, And Industrial Lighting Fixtures By Type, 1997-2001 (index): Incandescent, High-Intensity, Discharge, And Fluorescent

Section 4 U.S. Portable Electric Lamp Market Trends

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Portable Electric Lamp Market Supply
  • Domestic Shipment Trends
  • Import Shipments
  • Outlook
  • Table 4-1 Value Of U.S. Portable Electric Lamp Supply, 1989-2006 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And U.S. Supply
  • Table 4-2 Value Of U.S. Portable Electric Lamp Shipments By Type, 1977-2006 (dollars): Incandescent, Fluorescent, Parts, And Not Specified By Kind
  • Table 4-3 Value Of U.S. Incandescent Portable Electric Lamp Shipments With And Without Shade, 1977-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 4-4 Value Of U.S. Shipments Of Incandescent Portable Electric Lamps Shipped With A Shade By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Floor, Wall, Table, And Other Lamps
  • Table 4-5 Value Of U.S. Lampshade Shipments Sold Separately, 1977-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 4-6 Value Of Total U.S. Portable Electric Lamp Import Costs, 1992-2000 (dollars): Product Cost, Insurance And Freight Cost, And Tariff Cost
  • Table 4-7 U.S. Household Portable Electric Lamp Imports By Material And Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Brass, Other Base Metals, And Other Than Base Metal
  • Table 4-8 U.S. Nonhousehold Portable Electric Lamp Imports By Material And Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Brass, Other Base Metals, And Other Than Base Metal
  • Table 4-9 U.S. Portable Electric Lamp Imports For The Top Twelve Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (number and dollars)

Section 5 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture And Equipment Market Trends

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Outdoor Lighting Fixture And Equipment Market Supply
  • Domestic Shipment Trends
  • Street And Highway Lighting Equipment Shipments
  • General Purpose Floodlighting Shipments
  • Sports, Area, And Site Lighting Shipments
  • Outdoor Lighting Pole And Accessory Shipments
  • Import Shipments
  • Outlook
  • Table 5-1 Value Of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Supply, 1989-2006 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And U.S. Supply
  • Table 5-2 U.S. Shipments Of Complete Outdoor Fixtures, Parts, And Poles And Accessories, 1977-2006 (dollars)
  • Table 5-3 Value Of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments By Product Sector, 1977-2006 (dollars): Street And Highway Luminaries, General Purpose Floodlighting, Aviation Ground Lighting, And Other Outdoor Lighting Fixture
  • Table 5-4 Value Of U.S. Street, Highway, And Special Purpose Luminaries Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): High Intensity Discharge, Incandescent, And Fluorescent
  • Table 5-5 Value Of U.S. General Purpose Floodlighting Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): High Intensity Discharge, Incandescent Quartz Iodine, Incandescent Filament, And Fluorescent
  • Table 5-6 Value Of U.S. Shipments Of High Intensity Discharge Type Sports, Area, And Site Lighting, 1977-2001 (dollars): Large Area Lighting, Site Lighting, Sports Lighting, Bollards, And Post-Top
  • Table 5-7 Value Of U.S. Aviation Ground Lighting Equipment By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Runway Approach Lighting; And Runway, Taxiway, And Ramp Lighting
  • Table 5-8 Value Of U.S. Shipments Of Other Outdoor Lighting Fixtures, 1977-2001 (dollars): Wall Packs, Outdoor Par Lampholders, Spotlights, And All Other Outdoor Lighting
  • Table 5-9 U.S. Quantity Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments For Select Type, 1997-1999 (number): Street And Highway Lighting Luminaries, General-Purpose Floodlighting, And HID Sports, Area, And Site Lighting
  • Table 5-10 U.S. Average Value Per Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments For Select Type, 1997-1999 (dollars): Street And Highway Lighting Luminaries, General-Purpose Floodlighting, And HID Sports, Area, And Site Lighting.
  • Table 5-11 U.S. Shipments Of High Intensity Discharge Type Street And Highway Luminaries By Type And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-1999 (number and dollars): Open And Enclosed
  • Table 5-12 Value Of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Pole And Accessory Shipments By Use, 1977-2006 (dollars): Street And Highway Lighting And Off-Street Use
  • Table 5-13 Value Of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Pole And Accessory Shipments By Material, 1977-2001 (dollars): Steel And Cast Iron Poles, Aluminum Poles, And Other Pole
  • Table 5-14 Value Of Total U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Import Costs, 1992-2000 (dollars): Product Cost, Insurance And Freight Cost, And Tariff Cost
  • Table 5-15 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Imports By Material And Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Brass, Other Base Metals, And Other Than Base Metal
  • Table 5-16 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Imports For The Top Twelve Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (number and dollars)

Section 6 U.S. Market Trends For Flashlights And Related Products And Nonelectric Lighting Fixtures And Lamps

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Market For Flashlights And Related Products
  • Market For Nonelectric Lighting Fixtures And Lamps
  • Table 6-1 Value Of U.S. Portable And Other Electric And Nonelectric Lighting Equipment Supply, 1989-2006 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And U.S. Supply
  • Table 6-2 Value Of U.S. Supply Of Flashlights And Related Products And Nonelectric Lighting Fixtures And Lamps, 1992-2001 (dollars): Total Supply And Percent Imported
  • Table 6-3 Value Of U.S. Portable And Other Electric And Nonelectric Lighting Equipment Shipments, 1977-2006 (dollars)
  • Table 6-4 Value Of U.S. Electric Portable And Other Lighting Equipment Shipments By Type, 1977-2001 (dollars): Incandescent Hand Portable Lighting Equipment, Other Incandescent Electric Lighting Equipment, Other Fluorescent Lighting Equipment, Other Electric Lighting Equipment, And Parts And Accessories
  • Table 6-5 Value Of U.S. Incandescent Hand Portable Lighting Equipment Shipments By Type, 1987-2001 (dollars): Rechargeable Battery-Operated, Non-Rechargeable Flashlights, And Other Nonrechargeable
  • Table 6-6 Value Of Total U.S. Import Costs For Portable Electric Lamps With Their Own Power Source, 1992-2000 (dollars): Product Cost, Insurance And Freight Cost, And Tariff Cost
  • Table 6-7 U.S. Imports Of Flashlights And Other Portable Electric Lamps With Their Own Power Source And Parts, 1992-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 6-8 Value Of U.S. Portable Electric Lamp Imports With Their Own Power Source For the Top Ten Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 6-9 Value Of U.S. Nonelectric Lighting Equipment And Parts Shipments, 1977-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 6-10 Value Of Total U.S. Nonelectric Lighting Fixture And Lamp Import Costs, 1992-2000 (dollars): Product Cost, Insurance And Freight Cost, And Tariff Cost
  • Table 6-11 U.S. Nonelectric Lighting Fixture And Lamp Imports By Type And Material And Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Incandescent Lamps Operated By Gas, Compressed Air, Kerosene, And Gasoline; Other Nonelectric Of Brass, And Other Nonelectric
  • Table 6-12 U.S. Nonelectric Lighting Fixture And Lamp Imports For The Top Fifteen Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (number and dollars)

Section 7 End-Use Markets And Factors Affecting Domestic Demand

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Residential Building Construction Markets
  • Residential Remodeling Markets And Consumer Purchases
  • Nonresidential Building Construction And Remodeling Markets
  • Street And Highway And Other Nonbuilding Facility Markets
  • Need For Energy Efficient Lighting Products
  • Table 7-1 U.S. Lighting Fixture Purchases By Major End-Use Market, 1992-2001 (dollars): Residential Construction, Direct Consumer Purchases, Nonresidential Construction, Street And Highway Construction, Commercial And Industrial Purchases, Government Purchases, And Manufacturer Component Purchases
  • Table 7-2 Percent Of Total U.S. Lighting Fixture Purchases By Major End-Use Market, 1987-2001 (percent): Residential Construction, Direct Consumer Purchases, Nonresidential Construction, Street And Highway Construction, Commercial And Industrial Purchases, Government Purchases, And Manufacturer Component Purchases
  • Table 7-3 Real U.S. Spending On Building Construction, 1977-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 7-4 Real U.S. Spending On Construction Put In Place By Market And Building Type, 1997-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 7-5 Total U.S. Housing Demand By Sector By Region, 1996-2001 (number): Northeast, Midwest, South, West, And Total
  • Table 7-6 New U.S. Privately Owned Housing Units Started By Type Of Structure, 1980-2001 (number): Total Starts, And In Structures With 1 Unit, 2 Units, 3 And 4 Units, And 5 Units Or More
  • Table 7-7 Monthly Private U.S. Housing Units Authorized By 19,000 Building Permit Places And By Region, 1999, 2000, And 2001 (number)
  • Table 7-8 Characteristics Of New U.S. Housing Units Affecting Lighting Product Demand, 1990-2000 (units): Region, Number Of Bedrooms, Number Of Bathrooms, Garages, Number Of Stories For Single-Family, Multi-Family Structures, And Mobile Homes
  • Table 7-9 Average Size Per New U.S. Housing Unit By Type Of Unit And Region, 1990-2000 (square feet)150Table 7-10 U.S. Residential Property Owner Expenditures For Improvements, Additions, Alterations, And Repairs And Spending By Single-Family Homeowners, 1985-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 7-11 U.S. Home Mortgage Interest Rates And Personal Income, 1980-2001 (percent and dollars)
  • Table 7-12 Distribution Of U.S. Households By Demographic Characteristic, 1985-1999 (percent): Household Income, Household Size, Age Of Household Head, Region, And Total Households
  • Table 7-13 Real U.S. Spending On Construction Of Public Utilities And Public Infrastructure Facilities, 1997-2001 (dollars): Telecommunications, Railroads, Electric Power, Gas, Pipelines, Streets And Highways, Military Facilities, Sewer Systems, Water Supply Facilities, And Other
  • Table 7-14 U.S. Corporate Profit Trends, 1982-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 7-15 Retail Prices Of Electricity Sold By Electric Utilities By User Sector, 1977-2000 (cents): Total, Residential, Commercial, Industrial, And Street And Other

Section 8 U.S. Lighting Fixture And Lamp Household Purchaser Demographics

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Demographics Of Indoor Lighting Fixture Purchasers
  • Demographics Of Outdoor Lighting Fixture Purchasers
  • Demographics Of Table Lamp Purchasers
  • Demographics Of Floor Lamp Purchasers
  • Table 8-1 Number Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Portable Lamps And Lighting Fixtures By Type And By Amount Spent, Spring 2000 (number and percent): Table Lamps, Floor Lamps, Indoor Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor Lighting Fixtures; Under $50, $50-$149, $150-$249, $250-$499, $500-$999, And $1,000 Or More
  • Table 8-2 U.S. Demographic Groups Most Likely To Purchase Portable Lamps And Lighting Fixtures By Type, Spring 2000 (characteristic): Table Lamps, Floor Lamps, Indoor Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor Lighting Fixtures; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-3 Ranking Of Top Twenty-One U.S. Demographic Groups Purchasing Higher-End Table And Floor Lamps, Spring 2000 (index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-4 Ranking Of Top Twenty-One U.S. Demographic Groups Purchasing Higher-End Indoor And Outdoor Lighting Fixtures, Spring 2000 (index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-5 Number Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Table Lamps And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-6 Distribution Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Table Lamps And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Amount Spent By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (percent and index): Under $50, $50-$149, And $150 Or More; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-7 Number Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Floor Lamps And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-8 Distribution Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Floor Lamps And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Amount Spent By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (percent and index): Under $50, $50-$149, And $150 Or More; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Regional
  • Table 8-9 Number Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Indoor Lighting Fixtures And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-10 Distribution Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Indoor Lighting Fixtures And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Amount Spent By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (percent and index): Under $100, $100-$ 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 8-11 Number Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Outdoor Lighting Fixtures And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 8-12 Distribution Of U.S. Adults Purchasing Outdoor Lighting Fixtures And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Amount Spent And By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (percent and index): Under $100, $100-$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 8-13 Average Direct U.S. Household Spending On Lamps And Lighting Fixtures By Demographic Characteristic, 1996-1999 (dollars): Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Size Of Household, Region, And Total Households

Section 9 U.S. Distribution Channels

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Major Lighting Retailer Sales Trends
  • Retail Lamp Sales By Channel
  • Wholesaler Trends
  • Export Shipments
  • Canada Market Trends
  • Table 9-1 Lighting Sales For Twenty-Five Major U.S. Retailers And Lighting's Share Of Total Store Sales, 1996-1999 (dollars and percent)
  • Table 9-2 U.S. Wholesale Commercial And Residential Lighting Fixture Sales And Number Of Wholesalers Carrying Line, 1977-1997 (number and dollars
  • Table 9-3 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Exports By Industry Sector, 1989-2001 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Lamps, Outdoor, Nonelectric, And Flashlights And Other Portable Electric Lamps
  • Table 9-4 Exports' Share Of Total U.S. Supply By Industry Sector, 1989-2001 (percent): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Lighting
  • Table 9-5 U.S. Quantity Lighting Fixture Exports By Industry Sector And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Lamps, Outdoor, And Nonelectric Fixtures And Lamps
  • Table 9-6 U.S. Lighting Fixture Exports By Industry Sector And By Major Country Of Destination, 1995-2000 (number and dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Lamps, Outdoor, Nonelectric, And Flashlights And Other Portable Electric Lamps
  • Table 9-7 Canadian Electric Lighting Fixture And Equipment Shipments By Type, 1995-1997 (Canadian dollars): Indoor, Outdoor, And Other Fixtures, And Portable Electric Lamps; Chandeliers, Incandescent, Fluorescent, And Other Types
  • Table 9-8 Canadian Imports Of Lighting Fixtures And Equipment By Type And By Major Country Of Origin, 1997-1999 (number and dollars): Electric Indoor Lighting Fixtures, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor And Other Electric Lighting Fixtures, And Nonelectric Lighting Fixtures And Lamps
  • Table 9-9 Canadian Exports Of Lighting Fixtures And Equipment By Type And By Major Country Of Destination, 1997-1999 (Canadian dollars): Electric Indoor Lighting Fixtures, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor And Other Electric Lighting Fixtures, And Nonelectric Lighting Fixtures And Lamps

Section 10 U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Plant Cost Structure And Profitability

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Plant Profit Margins
  • Material Input Costs
  • Plant Labor Situation
  • Table 10-1 Operating Ratios And Profit Margins For U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Plants By Industry Sector, 1977-2001 (percent): Residential Lighting Fixtures And Portable Lamps, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor And Other Lighting Equipment
  • Table 10-2 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Component And Renewal Part Supply, 1992-2001 (dollars): Shipments, Imports, And Total Supply
  • Table 10-3 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Component And Renewal Part Shipments Sold Separately By Industry Sector, 1977-2001 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Industrial, Portable Electric Lamps, Outdoor, Nonelectric, And Flashlights And Other Equipment
  • Table 10-4 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Glassware Shipments, 1992-2001 (dollars): Total Shipments, Interior, And Exterior
  • Table 10-5 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Component And Renewal Part Imports By Material Or Type, 1992-2000 (dollars): Plastic, Brass, Glass, And Parts For Flashlights And Other Lamps.214Table 10-6 Value Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Component And Renewal Part Exports By Material Or Type, 1992-2000 (dollars): Plastic, Brass, Glass, And Parts For Flashlights And Other Lamps
  • Table 10-7 Material Purchases By Kind And By U.S. Lighting Fixture Plants, 1992-2001 (dollars): Ballasts, Aluminum And Steel Mill Shapes, Plastic Products, Wiring Devices, Paperboard Containers, Lamp Bulbs, Castings, Fasteners, Wire And Cable, And Others
  • Table 10-8 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Major Material Inputs, 1997-2001 (index): Ballasts, Aluminum And Steel Mill Shapes, Plastic Products, Wiring Devices, Paperboard Containers, Lamp Bulbs, Castings, Fasteners, Wire And Cable, And Others
  • Table 10-9 U.S. Lighting Fixture Plant Labor Situation By Industry Sector, 1982-2001 (number, dollars, and percent): Residential Lighting Fixtures And Portable Lamps, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor And Other Lighting Equipment
  • Table 10-11 U.S. Lighting Fixture Plant Capital Expenditures By Industry Sector, 1977-1998 (dollars): residential lighting fixtures and portable lamps, commercial and industrial lighting fixtures, and outdoor and other lighting equipment
  • Table 10-12 U.S. Lighting Fixture Plant Inventory-Shipment Ratio By Industry Sector, 1977-1998 (ratio): Residential Lighting Fixtures And Portable Lamps, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor And Other Lighting Equipment
  • Table 10-13 Operating Ratios For U.S. Lighting Fixture Plants By Facility Product Specialization, 1997 (number, dollars, and percent): Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Portable Lamps, Outdoor, And Other Electric And Nonelectric Equipment
  • Table 10-14 Number Of Lighting Fixture Plants And Plant Shipments By State And By Industry Sector, 1997 (number and dollars): Residential Lighting Fixtures And Portable Lamps, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor And Other Lighting Equipment

Section 11 U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Industry Competitive Environment

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Number Of U.S. Manufacturers And Plants
  • Import Penetration Levels
  • Industry Consolidation And Company Market Shares
  • Table 11-1 Number Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Companies, Plants, And Facility Revenues By Industry Sector, 1977-2001 (number and dollars): Residential Lighting Fixtures And Portable Lamps, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor And Other Lighting Equipment
  • Table 11-2 Number Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Manufacturers By Industry Sector And Average Shipments Per Manufacturer, 1992-1999 (number): Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Outdoor, And Portable Electric Lamps
  • Table 11-3 Distribution Of U.S. Lighting Fixture Plants, Shipments, And Operating Ratios By Number Of Employees At Facility, 1997 (number, dollars, and percent): Residential Lighting Fixtures And Portable Lamps, Commercial And Industrial Lighting Fixtures, And Outdoor And Other Lighting Equipment
  • Table 11-4 Share Of The U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Market Supply For Seven Leading Domestic Competitors, 2000 (percent)
  • Table 11-5 Sales And Profit Trends For Seven Leading U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Companies, 1977-2000 (dollars and percent)
  • Table 11-6 Genlyte Group Sales And Profits By Company Segment And World Area, 1997-2000 (dollars and percent): Commercial, Residential, And Industrial And Other; United States And Foreign
  • Table 11-7 Acquisitions By Six Major U.S.-Based Lighting Fixture AndEquipment Manufacturers, 1998-2000 (company and year)

Section 12 Profiles Of Leading U.S. Lighting Fixture And Equipment Manufacturers

  • Catalina Lighting, Inc.
  • Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • Catalina Industries (United States)
  • Go-Gro Industries (China)
  • Ring Limited (United Kingdom)
  • Sales Trends And Market Share
  • Cooper Industries, Inc.
  • Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • New Products And Acquisitions
  • Sales And Market Share
  • The Genlyte Group, Inc243Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • Acquisitions, Investments, And Joint Ventures
  • Manufacturing And Distribution
  • New Products
  • Sales And Profit Trends
  • Hubbell, Inc
  • Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • Acquisitions
  • Sales And Market Share
  • Juno Lighting, Inc.
  • Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • Production And Distribution
  • New Products
  • Sales And Profit Trends
  • National Service Industries, Inc.
  • Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • Manufacturing And Distribution
  • Sales Trends And Market Share
  • U.S. Industries, Inc
  • Lighting Fixtures And Equipment
  • Sales And Profit Trends

Appendix A Names And Addresses Of Major Lighting Fixture And Equipment Manufacturers And Their Subsidiaries

Appendix B Lighting Fixtures And Equipment Associations