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Outdoor Lighting Equipment


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Specialists in Business Information forecasts growth prospects for over 30 outdoor lighting equipment products, including street and highway lighting, general purpose floodlighting, area lighting, wall packs, spotlights, and other fixtures. Import penetration levels are analyzed, as are the factors affecting domestic demand. SBI also reviews competitor strategies and provides profiles and recent developments for 19 worldwide outdoor lighting equipment manufacturers. Individual sections are available. Call for prices.


Section 1 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Market Trends

  • Executive Summary
  • Table 1-1 Value of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Market Sales:
  • 1989-2002 (dollars)
  • Table 1-2 U.S. Shipments of Complete Fixtures and Parts, and Poles and Accessories: 1977-2002 (dollars)
  • Table 1-3 Outdoor Lighting Equipment's Share of Total U.S. Lighting Equipment Shipments: 1977-2002 (dollars and percent): Total Lighting Equipment Shipments Percent Gross Domestic Product, and Outdoor Percent Total
  • Table 1-4 Real U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Shipments by Product Sector: 1987-1997 (dollars): Street and Highway Lighting Luminaries; Floodlighting, Area, Sports, and Site Lighting Luminaries; Incandescent Residential Outdoor Lighting; Other Outdoor Lighting; and Poles and Accessories
  • Table 1-5 Forecast Growth Rates of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Shipments for Thirty-Two Product Sectors and Fixture Types: 1997-2002 (percent)
  • Table 1-6 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Outdoor Lighting Equipment by Major Type: 1987-1997 (index): Street and Highway Lighting, Floodlighting and Area Lighting, Residential Outdoor Lighting, Poles and Accessories, and Other Outdoor Lighting
  • Table 1-7 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Floodlighting, Site, Area, and Residential Outdoor Fixtures by Type: 1992-1997 (index): Hid General Purpose Floodlighting, Site Lighting, Large Area Lighting, Building Mounted; Fixture Attached to House and Fixture Not Attached to House
  • Table 1-8 Comparative Gross Profit Margins for U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Plants and Total Lighting Equipment Plants: 1977-1997 (percent)
  • Scope and Methodology

Section 2 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments

  • Summary of Major Findings
  • Table 2-1 Value of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments: 1977-2002 (dollars)
  • Table 2-2 Value of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments by Product Sector: 1977-2002 (dollars): Street and Highway Luminaries, General Purpose Floodlighting, Residential Outdoor Lighting, Aviation Ground Lighting, and Other Outdoor Lighting Fixtures
  • Table 2-3 Distribution of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments by Product Sector: 1977-2002 (dollars): Street and Highway Luminaries, General Purpose Floodlighting, Residential Outdoor Lighting, Aviation Ground Lighting, and Other Outdoor Lighting Fixtures
  • Table 2-4 Value of U.S. Street and Highway and Special Purpose Luminaries Shipments: 1977-2002 (dollars)
  • Table 2-5 Value of U.S. Street and Highway Lighting Luminaries Shipments by Type: 1977-2002 (dollars): High Intensity Discharge, Incandescent, and Fluorescent
  • Table 2-6 Value of General Purpose Floodlighting Shipments by Type: 1977-2002 (dollars): High Intensity Discharge, Incandescent Quartz Iodine, Incandescent Filament, and Fluorescent
  • Table 2—7 Value of U.S. Shipments of High Intensity Discharge Type Sports, Area, and Site Lighting: 1977—2002 (dollars): Large Area Lighting, Site Lighting, Sports Lighting, Bollards, and Post-Top
  • Table 2—8 Value of U.S. Outdoor Incandescent Residential Fixture Shipments by Type: 1992—2002 (dollars): Designed for Attachment to House, Custom Lighting, and Not Designed for Attachment to House
  • Table 2—9 Value of U.S. Aviation Ground Lighting Equipment by Type: 1977-2002 (dollars): Runway Approach Lighting, and Runway, Taxiway, and Ramp Lighting
  • Table 2—10 Value of U.S. Shipments of Other Outdoor Lighting Fixtures: 1977-2002 (dollars): Wall Packs, Outdoor Par Lampholders, Spotlights, and All Other Outdoor Lighting
  • Table 2—11 U.S. Quantity Nonresidential Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipments by Type: 1992-1997 (number): Street and Highway Lighting by Type, Area and Site Lighting by Type, and Spotlights
  • Table 2-12 Average U.S. Value per Nonresidential Outdoor Lighting Fixture Shipped by Type: 1992-1997 (dollars): Street and Highway Lighting by Type, Area and Site Lighting by Type, and Spotlights
  • Table 2-13 U.S. Shipments of High Intensity Discharge Type Street and Highway Luminaries by Type and Average Value per Unit Shipped: 1992—1997 (dollars and number): Open and Enclosed
  • Table 2-14 Quantity U.S. Incandescent Outdoor Residential Fixture Shipments by Type and Average Value per Unit Shipped: 1992—1997 (number and dollars): Designed for Attachment to House, Custom Lighting, and Not Designed for Attachment to House
  • Table 2-15 Value of U.S. Component and Renewal Part Shipments for Outdoor Lighting Fixtures: 1977-2002 (dollars)

Section 3 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Pole Shipments

  • Summary of Major Findings
  • Table 3-1 Value of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Pole and Accessory Shipments by Use: 1977-2002 (dollars): Street and Highway Lighting and Off-Street Use
  • Table 3-2 Value of U.S. Pole and Accessory Shipments by Material: 1977-2002 (dollars): Steel and Cast Iron, Aluminum, and Other Materials
  • Table 3-3 Value of U.S. Street and Highway Lighting Pole Shipments by Material: 1977-1997 (dollars): Steel and Cast Iron, Aluminum, and Other Poles
  • Table 3-4 Value of U.S. Shipments of Poles for Area Lighting, Sports, and Other Off-Street Use by Material: 1977-1997 (dollars): Steel and Cast Iron, Aluminum, and Other Poles
  • Table 3-5 Value of U.S. Shipments of Steel and Cast Iron Poles for Off-Street Use by Length: 1977-1997 (dollars): Under 60 Feet and 60 Feet and Over
  • Table 3-6 Distribution of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Pole Shipments by Use and by Material: 1977-1997 (percent): Street and Highway Lighting and Off-Street Use; and Steel and Cast Iron, Aluminum, and Other Poles

Section 4 U.S. Imports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures and Poles

  • Summary of Major Findings
  • Table 4-1 U.S. Imports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures and Poles:
  • 1989-1997 (dollars)
  • Table 4-2 U.S. Imports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures and Poles by Material, and Average Value per Unit Imported: 1992-1997 (Number, Pounds, and Dollars): Fixtures Made of Brass, Other Base Metal, and Other Materials; and Poles by Size
  • Table 4-3 U.S. Imports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures for the Top Fourteen Countries of Origin: 1992-1997 (number and dollars)
  • Table 4-4 U.S. Imports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures by Material and by Major Country of Origin: 1992-1996 (number and dollars): Brass, Other Base Metals, and Other Materials
  • Table 4-5 U.S. Imports of Lighting Poles for the Top Three Countries of Origin: 1992-1997 (number and dollars)

Section 5 Factors Affecting U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Demand

  • Summary of Major Findings
  • Table 5-1 Real U.S. Spending on Construction Put in Place by Market: 1977-1997 (dollars): Total Construction Activity, Private Residential Buildings, Nonresidential Buildings, Public Buildings, Public Utilities, and Public Facilities
  • Table 5-2 Real U.S. Spending on Construction Put in Place by Market and Building Type: 1993-1997 (dollars): Residential, Nonresidential, Public Buildings, Public Utilities, Public Facilities, and Total Construction
  • Table 5-2 Real U.S. Spending on Construction Put in Place by Market and Building Type: 1993-1997 (dollars): Residential, Nonresidential, Public Buildings, Public Utilities, Public Facilities, and Total Construction
  • Table 5-3 Total U.S. Private Housing Demand by Sector and by Region: 1992-1997 (units): Existing Home Resales, New Housing Units Completed, and Mobile Home Placements
  • Table 5-4 New U.S. Privately Owned Housing Units Started by Type of Structure: 1980-1997 (number): Total Starts, and in Structures With 1 Unit, 2 Units, 3 and 4 Units, and 5 Units or More
  • Table 5-5 U.S. Home Mortgage Interest Rates and Personal Income: 1980-1997 (percent and dollars): New Home Mortgage Interest Rates and Real Disposable Personal Income
  • Table 5-6 U.S. Nonresidential Contract Awards by Building Type and Region: 1990-1997 (square feet): Office/Mercantile, Institutional, and Manufacturing/Other
  • Table 5-7 Electric Utility Retail Sales for Public Streets, Highways, and Railroads: 1977-1997 (Kilowatt Hours)
  • Table 5-8 Retail Prices of Electricity Sold by Electric Utilities by User Sector: 1977-1997 (Cents): Total, Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Street and Other
  • Table 5-9 U.S. Households Using Outdoor Lights and Type of Feature: 1993 (number): Evening Only, All Night, Automatic Control, High Intensity, Wattage Less Than 150, and Gas Light
  • Table 5-10 Distribution of U.S. Households Using Outdoor Lights by Type of Feature by Size of Housing Unit, and by Family Income: 1993 (percent): Evening Only, All Night, Automatic Control, High Intensity, Wattage Less Than 150, and Gas Light
  • Table 5-11 U.S. Airports With and Without Runway Lights: 1970-1996 (number)
  • Table 5-12 U.S. Exports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures and Share of U.S. Shipments: 1989-1997 (Dollars, Number, and Percent)
  • Table 5-13 Value of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Exports for the Top Twenty-Three Countries of Destination: 1992-1997 (dollars)
  • Table 5-14 Quantity Outdoor Lighting Fixture Exports for the Top Twenty-Three Countries of Destination: 1992-1997 (number)
  • Table 5-15 Canadian Outdoor Lighting Fixture Market Sales: 1991-1996 (Canadian dollars)
  • Table 5-16 Canadian Shipments of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures by Type: 1990-1994 (Canadian dollars): Area Lighting Fixtures by Bulb, Fixtures Mounted on Poles, Other Outdoor Lighting, and Total Shipments
  • Table 5-17 Canadian Imports and Exports of Outdoor Lighting Fixtures by Major Country of Origin and Destination: 1992-1996 (Number and Canadian Dollars)

Section 6 Cost Structure of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Plants and the Competitive Environment

  • Summary of Major Findings
  • Table 6-1 Number and Revenues of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Plants: 1977-1997 (Millions of Dollars) ( number and dollars)
  • Table 6-2 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Plant Operating Ratios and Profit Margins: 1977-1997 (percent): Payroll, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Margins
  • Table 6-3 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Major Material Inputs: 1992-1997 (index): Metal Forgings and Stampings, Paperboard Containers, Steel Mill Products, Wiring Devices, Foundry and Forge Shop Products, Flat Glass, Bolts, Nuts, and Other Fasteners, Lamp Bulbs, Plastics Resins, Nonferrous Mill Shapes, Nonferrous Wire and Cable, and Fluorescent Ballasts
  • Table 6-4 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Lamp Bulbs by Type: 1992-1997 (index): Total Lamp Bulbs, Large Incandescent Lamps, Fluorescent Lamps, and Other Electrical Discharge
  • Table 6-5 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Fixture Plant Labor Situation: 1977-1997 (number, percent, and dollars): Total Employees, Shipments per Employee, Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
  • Table 6-6 U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Plant New Capital Expenditures: 1977-1995 (Dollars and Rate)
  • Table 6-7 Share of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Product Shipments by Company Group Category: 1977-1997 (percent): 4, 8, 20, and 50 Largest Companies
  • Table 6-8 Number of U.S. Outdoor Lighting Equipment Manufacturers for Thirty-Three Product Categories: 1990-1995 (number)
  • Table 6-9 LSI Industries's Lighting Product Sales and Profit Trends: 1994-1996 (dollars and percent)

Section 7 Outdoor Lighting Equipment Competitor Intelligence: Company Profiles and Recent Developments
Summary of Major Findings
New Product Introductions
Foreign Operations Strengthened
Sources, Methodology, and Objectives
Ameron International Corp.
Arc International Corp.
Cooper Industries, Inc.
CSL Lighting Manufacturing, Inc.
Emess PLC
Essef Corp.
Fiberstars, Inc.
The Genlyte Group, Inc.
Holophane Corp.
Hubbell, Inc.
Kaufel Group, Ltd.
Louis Poulsen & Co. a/S
LSI Industries, Inc.
Thomas & Betts Corp.
Thomas Industries, Inc.
Tlg PLC
U.S. Industries, Inc.
Valmont Industries, Inc.
Whitecroft, PLC.

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