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  • FIRA Statistics digest for the UK furniture industry December 2017

  • FIRA International Ltd
  • December 2017
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  • 57
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This digest is an essential read for anyone operating in the furniture sector and is a distillation of information that is primarily sourced from the web sites of government bodies such as the Office for National Statistics (ONS), HM Revenue and Customs, Communities and Local Government and the Bank of England. The available data (covering the period 2013 to 2016, plus some 2017 estimates) have been analysed and compiled to produce the following series of reports:

* Consumer credit and lending
* House starts and sales.
* Consumer spend.
* The structure of the UK furniture manufacturing industry, its size, distribution and number of employees.
* Furniture manufacturers¡¦ turnover, imports and exports.
* Trading relationships with the rest of the world and an analysis of trade gaps.

All data sources are referenced within the report and are publicly available to organisations wishing to undertake their own statistical analyses.

The industry structure figures cover furniture manufacturing as a whole and, in addition, data are presented for the following sub sectors:

* Office and shop furniture.
* Kitchen furniture.
* Mattresses.
* Other furniture.

Turnover, import and export data are presented for the above sub sectors. It has also been possible to analyse each of these sub sectors in more depth. As such, trade figures are shown for a range of contract, office and domestic product groups.

A brief commentary, largely focussing on medium term trends and the changes between 2015 and 2016, supports the tabulated and graphical data.
This digest is an essential read for anyone operating in the furniture sector and is a distillation of information that is primarily sourced from the web sites of government bodies such as the Office for National Statistics (ONS), HM Revenue and Customs, Communities and Local Government and the Bank of England. The available data (covering the period 2013 to 2016, plus some 2017 estimates) have been analysed and compiled to produce the following series ...
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Contents

Executive summary

1.0 Introduction
2.0 Furniture source data
3.0 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
3.1 Introduction
3.2 SIC and CN code systems-
4.0 National economic factors
4.1 Net unsecured lending to individuals (outstanding amounts) (2013 - 2016) -
4.2 Total lending to individuals (outstanding amounts) (2013 - 2016)
4.3 Permanent dwellings started by national government office (20012/13 - 2015/16)
4.4 Number of annual UK property transactions above £40,000 (2013 – 2016)
4.5 Household final consumption expenditure summary (2013 – 2016)
4.6 Consumer expenditure on furnishings, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house (2013 – 2016)
4.7 Furniture and furnishings retail sales in 2017
4.8 Average weekly internet sales for household goods (not seasonally adjusted) (2014 – 2017)
5.0 Structure of the UK furniture manufacturing industry
5.1 The size of the UK furniture industry (2013 to 2016)
5.2 Manufacture by product groupings
5.2.1 Introduction
5.2.2 Manufacture of furniture (2014 to 2016)
5.2.3 Office and shop (2014 to 2016) – Division 3101
5.2.4 Kitchen (2014 to 2016) – Division 3102
5.2.5 Mattresses (2014 to 2016) – Division 3103
5.2.6 Other furniture (2014 to 2016) – Division 3109
5.3 The wider furniture and furnishings sector
5.4 Breakdown of the UK furniture industry by turnover, number of employees and by region
5.4.1 Data sources
5.4.2 Number of furniture manufacturers by turnover band
5.4.3 Number of furniture manufacturers by employment size band
5.4.4 Regional distribution of furniture manufacturers
5.4.5 Regional distribution of furniture manufacturers by turnover
5.4.6 Regional distribution of furniture manufacturers by employment
6.0 Furniture markets
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Trade data by product groupings
6.2 1 Manufacture of furniture (2016) – Division 31
6.2.2 Office and shop (2016) – Division 3101
6.2.3 Kitchen (2016) – Division 3102
6.2.4 Mattresses (2016) – Division 3103
6.2.5 Other furniture (2016) – Division 3109
6.3 Trade by country
6.3.1 Introduction
6.3.2 Imports
6.3.3 Exports
6.3.4 Trade gaps and trends
6.4 The impact of seats for transport
Contents Executive summary 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Furniture source data 3.0 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 3.1 Introduction 3.2 SIC and CN code systems- 4.0 National economic factors 4.1 Net unsecured lending to individuals (outstanding amounts) (2013 - 2016) - 4.2 Total lending to individuals (outstanding amounts) (2013 - 2016) 4.3 Permanent dwellings started by national government ...
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