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Russia: Soft Furniture Market - January 2013

Published By :

IndexBox Marketing Ltd

Published Date : Mar 2013

Category :

Furniture

No. of Pages : 107 Pages


The purpose of the report is to describe the state of the Russian soft furniture market, to present actual information about the volumes of production, exports, imports, consumption and the state of the market, the changes that took place in 2012, and also, to build a forecast for the development of the industry in the medium term until 2017.

The volume of production of soft furniture in 2011 was valued at about 15.1 billion RUR. The production in January - October 2012 amounted to 11.3 billion RUR, which is 5.5% lower than in 2011. The principal cause of the decline in production was the decrease in manufacturers\' prices.

The soft furniture market is tightly connected to the state of the housing industry, as well as the level of social welfare. In contrast to the European model of consumption, where the furniture is update on average every 3 - 5 years, the Russians want to acquire reliable and durable furniture.

Since most of the Russian manufacturers of soft furniture work in the economy segment, the problem of low prices of Chinese imported furniture in recent years has become very important.

The report on the Russian soft furniture market contains:

  • Analysis and forecast of market dynamics;
  • Structure of consumption by region;
  • Analysis of domestic production, market shares of the main market players;
  • Analysis of exports and imports;
  • Analysis of factors, influencing the development of the market;
  • Analysis of raw materials\' base;
  • Assessment and forecast of market development;
  • Financial and economic profiles of the leading companies in the industry.

Methodology:

  • Expert interviews with top managers of the largest players on the market;
  • Analysis of information, received from the main market participants;
  • An analysis of statistical information:
  • Federal Service of State Statistics (Rosstat);
  • The Federal Customs Service (FTS);
  • The Ministry of Economic Development;
  • The Federal Tax Service;
  • Industry associations.

The report on the Russian soft furniture market contains information on the following commodity groups:

  • Couches and sofas;
  • Armchairs.

The report will allow you to:

  • Identify key indicators of the market, build your own business forecasts, based on market data;
  • Evaluate the growth potential and threats in the market.

Key figures presented in the report on the Russian soft furniture market:

  • Volumes of production, exports and imports;
  • Indicators of market development;
  • Consumption indicators.

The report contains the consensus market forecast based on the average value of the forecasts of market participants. As market experts are considered: manufacturers, importers, wholesale distributors, high-volume consumers, professional associations and unions, and trade publications. The experts, participating in the survey, are provided with special conditions on the purchase of the reports.
Table of Contents

1. Executive summary

2. Research design

3. Classification of soft furniture

4. Technology of production of soft furniture

5. Characteristics of the Russian soft furniture market 
5.1. Volume and dynamics of the Russian soft furniture market in 2009 - 2012. Forecast for 2013 - 2017
5.2. Structure of the soft furniture market in Russia: production, exports, imports, consumption

6. Characteristics of the domestic production of soft furniture
6.1. Volume and dynamics of production of soft furniture in Russia in 2009 - October 2012
6.2. Structure of production of soft furniture by Federal Districts of Russia
6.3. The main manufacturers of furniture and their corresponding market shares
6.3.1. Ltd. \"\"FURNITURE END ZEIT\"\"
6.3.2. Ltd. \"\"Kalinka Plus\"\"
6.3.3. Holding \"\"Furniture Factory\"\" March 8 \"\"
6.3.4. JSC \"\"BOROVICHI - FURNITURE\"\"
6.3.5. \"\"Rook Group\"\"

7. Characteristics of the prices of soft furniture
7.1. Dynamics of manufacturers’ prices chairs
7.2. Dynamics of manufacturers’ prices of sofas

8. Characteristics of the imports of soft furniture into the Russian market
8.1. Volume and dynamics of the imports of soft furniture
8.2. Manufacturing countries, leading suppliers of soft furniture to Russia
8.3. Foreign companies, manufacturers of the soft furniture, imported to the Russian Federation
8.4. Russian companies, recipients of the imports of soft furniture
8.5. Structure of the imports of soft furniture by region

9. Characteristics of the Russian exports of soft furniture
9.1. Volume and dynamics of the exports of soft furniture
9.2. Recipient countries of the Russian exports of soft furniture
9.3. Manufacturing companies, supplying soft furniture for exports
9.4. Recipient regions of the Russian exports of soft furniture

10. Factors, influencing the development of the market of soft furniture
10.1. Welfare of the population and consumer spending
10.2. State of the construction industry
10.3. State of the furniture industry

11. Characteristics of the consumption of soft furniture in Russia
11.1. Volume and dynamics of soft furniture consumption in Russia in 2009 - 2012. Forecast for 2013 - 2017
11.2. Volume and structure of consumption of soft furniture by Federal Districts of Russia in 2009 - 2012
11.3. Balance between supply and demand of soft furniture in Russia

12. Forecast for the development of the soft furniture market in Russia in 2013 - 2017
12.1. Preconditions for the development of the Russian economy
12.2. Scenarios for the development of the world economy
12.3. Scenarios for the development of the soft furniture market 

Appendix 1. Financial and economic indicators of the industry

Appendix 2. Profiles of the leading manufacturers
  • LLC \"\"FURNITURE END ZEIT\"\" Ltd (\"\"MC\"\")
  • Ltd \"\"Kalinka PLUS\"\"
  • JSC \"\"BOROVICHI - FURNITURE\"\"
  • Ltd \"\"DMK\"\"

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List of Table


Table 1. Key indicators on the market of soft furniture in 2010 - 2012
Table 2. Volume and dynamics of the soft furniture market in Russia in 2009 - 2012 and forecast until 2017, in thousands of units
Table 3. Soft furniture production in 2009 - October 2012, in thousands of units
Table 4. Soft furniture production by Federal Districts in 2010 - October 2012, in thousands of units
Table 5. Dynamics of soft furniture production by manufacturers in 2010, in thousands of units
Table 6. Average manufacturers’ prices of armchairs in Russia in January 2010 - November 2012
Table 7. Average manufacturers’ prices of sofas in Russia in January 2010 - November 2012
Table 8. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by manufacturing countries in January - June 2012, in thousands of units
Table 9. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by manufacturing countries in January - June 2012, in millions of USD 
Table 10. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by manufacturing companies in January -June 2012, in thousands of units
Table 11. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by manufacturing companies in January -June 2012, in millions of USD 
Table 12. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by recipient companies in January - June 2012, in thousands of units
Table 13. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by recipient companies in January - June 2012, in millions of USD 
Table 14. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by recipient regions in January - June 2012, in thousands of units 
Table 15. Volume of the imports of soft furniture by recipient regions in January - June 2012, in millions of USD 
Table 16. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by recipient countries in January - June 2012, in units
Table 17. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by recipient countries in January - June 2012, in thousands of USD
Table 18. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by manufacturing companies in January - June 2012, in units
Table 19. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by manufacturing companies in January - June 2012, in thousands of USD 
Table 20. Structure of Russian exports of soft furniture by region of origin in January-June 2012, units
Table 21. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by recipient regions in January -June 2012, in thousands of USD
Table 22. Consumption of soft furniture in Russia in 2009 - 2012, in billions of RUR
Table 23. Forecast for the supply and demand of soft furniture in Russia in 2009 - 2015
Table 24. Forecast for the supply and demand of soft furniture in Russia in 2009-2015
Table 25. Revenues (net) from sales of goods, products, works, services (less value added tax, excise duties and other similar charges) for the production of furniture by regions of Russia, in millions of RUR, as of January 1 2012
Table 26. Commercial expenses for the production of furniture for by size of the organization, in millions of RUR
Table 27. Administrative expenses for the production of furniture by size of organization, in millions of RUR
Table 28. Costs of goods sold for the production of furniture by size of organization, in millions of RUR
Table 29. Profit (gross) from sales of furniture by size of organization, in millions of RUR
Table 30. Average number of employees for the production of furniture by region, in people

List of Chart


Fig. 1. Volume of supply of soft furniture in Russia in 2009 - 2012 and forecast for 2013 -2017, in thousands of units
Fig. 2. Volume of the soft furniture market in Russia in 2009 - 2012 and forecast for 2013 -2017, in billions of RUR
Fig. 3. Dynamics and structure of the soft furniture market in 2009 - 2012 and forecast until 2017, in thousands of units
Fig. 4. Structure of the soft furniture market by origin in value and volume terms in 2012
Fig. 5. Soft furniture production in 2011 - October 2012, in thousands of units
Fig. 6. Soft furniture production in January 2010 - October 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 7. Soft furniture production in 2009 - 2011, in thousands of units
Fig. 8. Soft furniture production in January - October 2012 by type of frame, in physical terms
Fig. 9. Soft furniture production in January - October 2012 by type of frame, in physical terms 
Fig. 10. Soft furniture production in 2009 - 2012, in billions of RUR
Fig. 11. Structure of production of soft furniture by Federal Districts in 2010 - October 2012
Fig. 12. Index of average manufacturers’ prices of armchairs in Russia in January - December 2011
Fig. 13. Index of average manufacturers’ prices of armchairs in Russia in January - November 2012
Fig. 14. Dynamics of the average manufacturers’ prices of armchairs in Russia in January 2011 - November 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 15. Comparison of average manufacturers’ prices of soft furniture by Federal Districts in November 2012
Fig. 16. Index of average manufacturers’ prices of armchairs in Russia in January - December 2011
Fig. 17. Index of average manufacturers’ prices of sofas in Russia in January - November 2012
Fig. 18. Dynamics of average manufacturers’ prices of sofas in Russia in January 2011 - November 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 19. Comparison of average manufacturers’ prices of sofas by Federal Districts in November 2012
Fig. 20. Dynamics of the imports of soft furniture in Russia in January - June 2012, in thousands of units
Fig. 21. Dynamics of the imports of soft furniture in Russia in January - June 2012, in millions of USD
Fig. 22. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by manufacturing countries in January - June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 23. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by manufacturing countries in January - June 2012, in value terms
Fig. 24. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by manufacturing companies in January - June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 25. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by manufacturing companies in January - June 2012, in value terms 
Fig. 26. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by recipient companies in January - June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 27. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by recipient companies in January - June 2012, in value terms 
Fig. 28. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by recipient regions in January -June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 29. Structure of the imports of soft furniture in Russia by recipient regions in January -June 2012, in value terms
Fig. 30. Dynamics of the Russian export of soft furniture in January - June 2012, in thousands of units
Fig. 31. Dynamics of the Russian export of soft furniture in January - June 2012, in thousands of USD
Fig. 32. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by recipient countries in January-June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 33. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by recipient countries in January -June 2012, in value terms
Fig. 34. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by manufacturing companies in January - June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 35. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by manufacturing companies in January - June 2012, in value terms
Fig. 36. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by sending regions in January -June 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 37. Structure of the Russian exports of soft furniture by sending regions in January -June 2012, in value terms
Fig. 38. Dynamics of real disposable income, real wages, real pensions in 2005 - 2013, in %
Fig. 39. Quarterly changes in real disposable income of the population of Russia, in %, to the previous year
Fig. 40. Structure of real disable expenditures in 2009 - 2011, in %
Fig. 41. Dynamics of individual outstanding loans in January 2009 - November 2011, growth rates, in %
Fig. 42. Volume of construction of buildings, commissioned in Russia in 2005 – 2011, in millions of cubic meters
Fig. 43. Structure of commissioned buildings in 2005 - 2011, in millions of cubic meters
Fig. 44. Total construction volume of commissioned residential buildings in Russia in 2005 -2011, in millions of cubic meters
Fig. 45. Total construction volume of commissioned nonresidential buildings in Russia in 2005 – 2011, in millions of cubic meters
Fig. 46. Volume of commissioned apartment buildings in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of square meters
Fig. 47. Volume of commissioned individual houses in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of square meters
Fig. 48. Number of months that should be worked in for the purchase of one square meter of housing at the primary market
Fig. 49. Soft furniture production in 2000 - 2011, in billions of RUR
Fig. 50. Dynamics of consumption of soft furniture in Russia in 2009 - 2012 and forecast until 2017, in thousands of units
Fig. 51. Dynamics of consumption of soft furniture in Russia in 2009 - 2012 and forecast until 2017, in current prices, in billions of RUR
Fig. 52. Consumption of soft furniture by Federal Districts in 2009 - 2012, in value terms 
Fig. 53. Forecast for supply and demand of soft furniture in 2009 - 2017, in physical terms
Fig. 54. Forecast for supply and demand of soft furniture in 2009 - 2017, in value terms 
Fig. 55. Volume of the soft furniture market in Russia, according to the baseline scenario
Fig. 56. Volume of the soft furniture market in Russia, according to the conservative scenario 
Fig. 57. Volume of the soft furniture market in Russia, according to the pessimistic scenario

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