The 1st edition of the 'Builders Merchants Market Report - Europe 2016-2020 - Spain' provides the following information about the Spanish builders merchants market; an economic overview, review of the construction and housing sectors, and review of the builders merchants market in the country, including market size, materials/product mix and market structure. It also features a review of the overall European builders merchants market and the leading players in the European market.
Key areas of insight:
Broad assessment of this multi-billion € market - reviews of market size, recent trends in 2014-16, key market influences, current and future developments, long term forecasts up to 2020.
Construction/economy – trends and forecasts.
Builders merchants – key players by country, recent activities, company profiles, financial overview.
Heavyside/lightside – review of mix and key players in each country.
Buying groups – major players, changing structures.
Overview of major international groups.
Future prospects – prospects in 2016/17 and up to 2020.
Key areas covered in the report include:
General economic overview and introduction. Economic background, historical context.
Construction activity levels – trends in 2011-15, forecast of market performance in 2016.
Housing market – recent activity.
Review of overall market conditions in Europe.
BUILDERS MERCHANTS MARKET IN EUROPE
Overall size & structure of key European markets – including UK.
Builders Merchants market size for the 12 key markets in Europe.
Merchant market structure analysis – level of concentration/fragmentation.
Builders Merchants – market shares (heavy/lightside), international, local operations.
Buying Groups – key players, recent changes etc.
Key market issues & influence – industry rationalisation in recent years.
Comparisons with UK market – size, trends, structure etc.
Profiles of major international groups.
Future prospects up to 2020.
INDIVIDUAL COUNTRY REVIEWS
Market overview - economic profile, housing stock and tenure mix.
Construction overview - contstruction output, non-residential/residential.