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Electrical Wholesale 2013 - Market Report

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Executive Summary

The electrical wholesale market is estimated to have declined slightly in 2012, falling in value by 0.5% on 2011. Electrical wholesalers represent a key aspect of the supply chain in the electrical contracting industry and, to a lesser degree, the construction industry; they provide a vast range of products for electrical installations, as well as repair, maintenance and improvement (RM&I) work. While other end-users do exist — mainly within the industrial and public sectors — the vast majority of demand is ultimately dependent on construction output and, as such, this report includes an examination of building activity within the UK.

Electrical wholesalers stock an extremely broad range of products, including cables; wires; consumer units; distribution boards; switches; lighting; and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. The majority of such products are used in the electrical contractors market, a highly fragmented industry consisting of major multinational and national companies, alongside a huge number of independent contractors. As such, the electrical wholesale market has developed a network of outlets covering the entire UK, providing blanket coverage for both major organisations and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Two of the major determining factors of demand across the various product ranges distributed by electrical wholesalers are the Building Regulations and Wiring Regulations. Both pieces of legislation are continuously under review and can change regularly as building practices and standards within the industry develop. As such, it is vital that electrical wholesalers maintain extensive knowledge of the applicable regulations, and stock appropriate components and products. http://www.bharatbook.com/consumer-electronics-market-research-reports/electrical-wholesale-2013-market-report.html

Other trends affecting the industry include environmental considerations. With challenging EU and national targets regarding carbon reduction and energy efficiency, there is increasing focus by the Government on green technologies in the built environment. Of particular importance is the recently launched Green Deal initiative, allowing home-owners and private companies to install green technologies — such as power generation, insulation and energy-saving devices — at no upfront costs. With many Green Deal products requiring electrical installations, the initiative is expected to significantly boost demand for energy-efficient and carbon-saving electrical components and products.

In the short term, the electrical wholesale market is expected to exhibit extremely subdued growth, as uncertain economic conditions and public-sector spending cuts continue to affect demand within the construction industry. However, in the medium to long term, as both the national and international economies stabilise, and public-sector spending recovers, increasingly significant growth is expected across the electrical wholesale industry.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Executive Summary
Market Definition
REPORT COVERAGE
MARKET SECTORS
Cable Management
Circuit Protection
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Lighting
Power Supply and Control
Safety, Fire and Security
Tools
Wiring Accessories
Industrial Equipment
MARKET TRENDS
Construction Output
New Orders
Repair, Maintenance and Improvement
Housing Starts
Housing Completions
ECONOMIC TRENDS
MARKET POSITION
The UK
Overseas
Market Size
THE TOTAL MARKET
BY MARKET SECTOR
Motors, Generators and Transformers
Wires and Cables
Electric Lighting Equipment
Distribution and Control Apparatus
Wiring Devices
Fibre Optic Cables
Other Electrical Equipment
OVERSEAS TRADE
Motors, Generators and Transformers
Wires and Cables
Electric Lighting Equipment
Distribution and Control Apparatus
Wiring Devices
Fibre Optic Cables
Other Electrical Equipment
Industry Background
RECENT HISTORY
NUMBER OF COMPANIES
REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN THE MARKETPLACE
DISTRIBUTION
HOW ROBUST IS THE MARKET?
LEGISLATION
Building Regulations
Wiring Regulations
KEY TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
Associated Independent Electrical Wholesalers
Associated National Electrical Wholesalers
BEAMA Installation
Electrical Contractors' Association
Electrical Distributors Association
European Union of Electrical Wholesalers
Fédération Européenne des Grossistes Indépendants en Matériel Electrique
GAMBICA
Global Electric Wholesaler Association
Lighting Industry Association
National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting
SummitSkills
Competitor Analysis
THE MARKETPLACE
MARKET LEADERS
Edmundson Electrical Ltd
Electrocomponents PLC
Eyre and Elliston Holdings Ltd
John Maclean and Sons Electrical (Dingwall) Ltd
Premier Farnell UK Ltd
Rexel UK Ltd
Routeco Ltd
Other Companies
OUTSIDE SUPPLIERS
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats
STRENGTHS
WEAKNESSES
OPPORTUNITIES
THREATS
Buying Behaviour
POTENTIAL END-USERS
Electrical Contractors
Panel Builders
The DIY Market
Other Major End-Users
Current Issues
GREEN DEAL
BUILDING REGULATIONS
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING POINTS
The Global Market
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
EUROPE
THE US
Forecasts
INTRODUCTION
General Economic Forecast
FORECASTS TO
MARKET GROWTH
FUTURE TRENDS
Company Profiles
INTRODUCTION
DEFINITIONS
Turnover (Sales)
Pre-Tax Profit
Profit Margin

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