2015 European sanitary ware market “money” good

It is reported that after experiencing growth stagnation and sharp decline, the production, consumption and export of global sanitary wares all increased in 2014, and the recovery signal in Europe is particularly significant.

From the overall analysis, global sanitary ware production in 2010 increased from 8.515 billion square meters in 2009 to 9.512 billion square meters, an increase of 11.7%. From the perspective of the region, the sanitary output of all regions has increased to varying degrees.

As in previous years, the growth of Asian sanitary ware production is a strong driving force for global aggregate growth. By the end of 2012, the total production of sanitary ware in Asia has accounted for 66.9% of the global total, while the major sanitary ware production countries in Asia — China, Vietnam, India and Iran have annual growth rates of more than 10%. It is worth mentioning that Vietnam’s sanitary ware production increased from 295 million square meters in 2011 to 375 million square meters, with the annual growth rate of 27.1% becoming the country with the largest increase in global sanitary ware production in 2012.

In 2013, global sanitary ware consumption totaled 9.35 billion square meters, an increase of 10.5% over 2012. From a regional perspective, in addition to the 5% decline in consumption in the EU countries, consumption in other regions has achieved varying degrees of growth.

Asia surpassed Africa with a 14.5% growth rate, making it the fastest growing region in terms of bathroom consumption in 2013. At the same time, the consumption of sanitary ware in the Asian region accounts for 64.4% of the global total, and its consumption power is far ahead of all regions of the world. In addition to producing large foreign countries such as China, India, Vietnam and Iran, there are also Saudi Arabia, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Malaysia. The three countries with the fastest growing global sanitary consumption are in Asia: Iraq (44.9%), Vietnam (37.5%) and the UAE (29.9%).

It is worth noting that, globally, the contribution of different regions to global sanitary consuming is similar to the contribution of the region to global sanitary ware production, indicating that the global sanitary wares are close to each other. Bathroom consumer market.



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