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Carpentry & Joinery Product Manufacturing in the UK: Market Research Report

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Carpentry & Joinery Product Manufacturing Market Research Report | SIC C16.230 | Aug 2016

Deeply rooted: Demand from residential construction has supported relatively steady growth

IBISWorld’s Carpentry & Joinery Product Manufacturing market research report is a comprehensive guide to market size and growth prospects. Our industry reports offer strategic industry analysis of the factors influencing companies, including new product developments, economic, lifestyle and demographic influences, distribution and supply chain factors and pricing issues. Full analysis accompanies our data forecasts to illustrate how the market responds to emerging industry trends.

Report Snapshot
Market Share of Companies
James Walker (Leith) Ltd James Walker (Leith) Ltd market share
JELD-WEN UK Ltd. JELD-WEN UK Ltd. market share
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
£4bn
Annual Growth 12-17
2.0%
Annual Growth 17-22
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Profit
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Employment
40,904
Businesses
5,734
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

The industry expanded during the past five years, despite some contraction at the start of the period. The housing market rebounded, stimulating industry demand. Non-residential building construction activity also gained momentum and positively influenced demand. However, the benefits to the industry were limited because larger commercial buildings tend to use structural components made from steel rather than wood. Meanwhile, improvements in real disposable income enhanced demand for products sold directly to customers, such as garden sheds. Nevertheless, import competition and rising competition from substitute products, such those made from steel or unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC), curtailed industry expansion... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter

The level of capital intensity is determined by comparing the human and capital equipment factors of production using wages and depreciation costs as proxies. High depreciation costs indicate substantial investment in depreciable assets like buildings and equipment, suggesting high capital intensity. Conversely, comparatively high wage costs indicate high labour intensity.

The industry has a low level of capital intensity, with an estimated capital-to-labour ratio of 1:8.92 in 2016-17. This indicates that for every £1 spent on capital, £8.92 is spent on labour. The industry has high wage costs relative to the sector, reflecting the small-scale manual nature of much of the industry's production capacity. purchase to read more

 


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What is the Carpentry & Joinery Product Manufacturing Industry?

Industry participants manufacture various types of wooden goods that are mainly used in construction. These include doors, windows and frames, structural carpentry products such as beams and rafters, and prefabricated buildings like mobile homes. The manufacture of kitchen cabinets, bookcases, wardrobes and free-standing wooden partitions is excluded from the industry.

Industry Products
Builders' joinery and carpentry Doors, frames and thresholdsPrefabricated wooden buildingsWindows and frames
 
Industry Activities
wooden doors, windows, shutters and frameswooden beams, rafters and roof strutsglue-laminated and metal-connected prefabricated wooden roof trusseswooden stairs and railingsmobile homesprefabricated buildings mainly made of woodwood partitions (except free-standing partitions)


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