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Windows & Doors in China Market Report

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Demand in China to grow 8.1% per year through 2017

Sales of windows and doors in China are expected to rise 8.1 percent per annum to 570 billion yuan in 2017. Gains will primarily be fueled by strong growth in both residential and nonresidential building. Product upgrades and increasing concerns about energy efficiency will also contribute to window and door demand.

Metal still dominant window material, but plastic growing

Demand for windows is projected to rise 7.8 percent per year to 375.5 billion yuan in 2017. Plastic will be the fastest rising material used in windows, with plastic window demand advancing 8.8 percent per year through 2017. Demand will benefit from the superior insulation performance and competitive costs of plastic windows, especially in residential applications. Metal will remain the dominant type of material, accounting for over 60 percent of overall window demand in 2017. Demand for metal windows will be driven by strong increases in industrial, office, and commercial building construction. Demand for doors in China is forecast to rise 8.5 percent per year to 194.5 billion yuan in 2017. Wood is the dominant material due to its ubiquitous usage in interior doors for both residential and nonresidential buildings. Demand for
wood doors is projected to increase 8.5 percent yearly to 150 billion yuan in 2017. The increasing use of wood doors made of wood/steel and wood/plastic composites, as well as product upgrades, will support further advances in overall wood door demand. Metal will retain its dominant position in the entrance door segment in both residential and nonresidential applications.

Nonresidential market to exhibit strongest advances

The nonresidential market accounted for 54 percent of window and door demand in 2012. Window and door demand in the nonresidential market is projected to grow 9.5 percent per year to 328 billion yuan in 2017, boosted by strong growth in the industrial, office, and commercial segments. Demand for windows and doors in the residential market will grow 6.2 percent per year to 242 billion yuan in 2017, due to strong construction activity in both new single-family and multifamily housing.

Northwest region to post fastest gains

China consists of distinct regional markets characterized by different climates, populations, and levels of economic development. The Central-East region, home to about 30 percent of the country's population and 36 percent of economic output in real terms, supports the largest regional window and door market and will account for 45 percent of overall demand in China in 2017. Demand for windows and doors in the Northwest region is expected to enjoy the fastest growth, rising 9.1 percent per annum
through 2017. Gains will result from robust increases in construction activity, spurred by rapid progress in industrialization and subsequent rising personal incomes expected for this region.

Study coverage

Windows & Doors in China is a new Freedonia industry study available for $5300. It presents historical demand data (2002, 2007, 2012) as well as forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product, market and geographic region. The study also considers market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles 30 industry participants, including Chinese leaders (Jamgho Group, Yuanda China Holdings) and foreign multinationals (ASSA ABLOY, Hörmann, LIXIL Group and YKK).

INTRODUCTION xi

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4
Economic Overview 5
Recent Economic Performance 5
Economic Outlook 7
Demographic Overview 10
Population 11
Urbanization 13
Households 14
Industrialization & Manufacturing Trends 16
Building Construction Outlook 19
Residential 22
New Housing 25

Improvements & Repairs 27
Housing Stock & Living Space 27
Nonresidential 30
New Nonresidential Construction 32
Improvements & Repairs 33
Building Stock 34
Labor Force & Employment Patterns 35
Personal Income & Expenditure Trends 38
Banking System & Consumer Financing 40
Currency Exchange Rates 44
Legal & Regulatory Environment 47

III. OVERVIEW 49

General 49
Window & Door Demand by Type & Market 49
Window & Door Demand by Material 51
Window Demand by Material 56
Door Demand by Material 57
Window Demand by Glazing Type 59
World Window & Door Demand 63
Foreign Trade Trends 64
Pricing Patterns 66

IV. METAL WINDOWS & DOORS 71

General 71
Metal Windows 74
Demand by Type 75
Demand by Material 79
Metal Doors 81
Demand by Type 82
Demand by Material 84

V. WOOD WINDOWS & DOORS 86

General 86
Product Trends 88
Material Trends 88
Wood Windows 90
Demand by Type 91
Demand by Material 93
Wood Doors 95
Composite Wood Doors 99
Solid Wood Doors 100

VI. PLASTIC WINDOWS & DOORS 102

General 102
Product Trends 105
Material Trends 106
Plastic Windows 108
Plastic Doors 110
VII. MARKETS 114
General 114
Residential Buildings 118
New Housing 121
Improvements & Repairs 123
Demand by Housing Type 126
Single-Family 128
Multifamily 130
Nonresidential Buildings 131
New Building Construction 135
Improvements & Repairs 136
Demand by Building Type 139
Office & Commercial 142
Industrial 144
Institutional 146
Other Nonresidential 147

VIII. REGIONAL TRENDS 149

General 149
Regional Demographic & Economic Trends 152
Population Patterns 152
Economic Outlook 154
Regional Building Construction Expenditures 155
Regional Window & Door Demand 157
Central-North 159
Overview 159
Window & Door Demand 161
Northeast 163
Overview 163
Window & Door Demand 165
Central-East 167
Overview 167
Window & Door Demand 169
Central-South 171
Overview 171
Window & Door Demand 173
Southwest 175
Overview 175
Window & Door Demand 177
Northwest 179
Overview 179
Window & Door Demand 181

IX. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 184

General 184
Industry Composition 185
Market Share 190
Marketing & Distribution 193
Mergers, Acquisitions, & Cooperative Agreements 196
Foreign Participation in the Chinese Market 198
Company Profiles 199
Albany Door Systems, see ASSA ABLOY
Andersen Corporation 200
ASSA ABLOY AB 202
Beijing East Asia Aluminum, see Beijing Xinxing Group
Beijing Hong Hengji Curtain Wall Decoration
Engineering, see Beijing Xinxing Group
Beijing New Building Materials plc 208
Beijing Xinxing Group Company Limited 209
Besam International, see ASSA ABLOY
China Buyang Group Company Limited 210

China Simto Group Company Limited 211
China Wangli Group Company Limited 212
China Zhongwang Holdings Limited 214
Chinsun Doors Company Limited 215
Chongqing Mexin Messon Doors Industry
Company Limited 216
Crawford Group, see ASSA ABLOY
Dalian Shide Group Company Limited 217
DITEC, see ASSA ABLOY
FlexiForce, see ASSA ABLOY
Guangdong RunCheng ChuangZhan Woodworking
Company Limited 219
Hörmann KG 220
Huasu Holdings Company Limited 222
Jangho Group Company Limited 223
JS Group, see LIXIL Group
LIXIL Group Corporation 225
Masonite International Corporation 227
Otto Fuchs KG 229
PC Henderson, see ASSA ABLOY
Pingguo Asia Aluminum Company Limited 231
Ruizhong Tianming Beijing Door, see ASSA ABLOY

Schüco International, see Otto Fuchs
Shanghai Meite Curtain Wall System, see LIXIL Group
Shenzhen Keyuan Construction Group Company Limited 232
Suzhou Lopsking Aluminum Company Limited 233
Wuhu Conch Profiles and Science Company Limited 234
Wuxi Pan Pan Door, see ASSA ABLOY
Wuxi Wangxing Curtain Wall Decorative Engineering
Company Limited 235
Xian Gaoke Building Materials Technology
Company Limited 236
Xingyue Door Industry Company Limited 237
Yingkou Donglin Group Company 238
Yingkou Reynaers Aluminum Products, see Yingkou
Donglin Group
YKK Corporation 240
Yuanda China Holdings Limited 241
Zhejiang Mengtian Wooden Products Company Limited 243
Zhejiang Zhongnan Curtain Wall Company Limited 244
Other Companies Mentioned in Study 245

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table 3
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Gross Domestic Product of China 10
2 Population of China by Age 12
3 Households in China by Region 15
4 Manufacturing Value Added in China 18
5 Building Construction Expenditures in China 21
6 Residential Building Construction Expenditures in China 24
7 New Residential Housing Construction in China 26
8 Housing Stock & Living Space in China 29
9 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures in China 32
10 Nonresidential Building Stock in China 34
11 Employment in China, 2002-2012 37
12 Personal Income & Expenditures in China 40
13 Consumer Financing Environment in China, 2002-2012 43
14 Chinese Currency Exchange Rates, 2002-2012 46
SECTION III -- OVERVIEW
1 Window & Door Demand in China by Type & Market 51
2 Window & Door Supply & Demand in China by Material 55
3 Window Demand in China by Material 57
4 Door Demand in China by Material 59
5 Window Demand in China by Glazing Type 62
6 Window & Door Foreign Trade in China 66
7 Window & Door Pricing in China 70
SECTION IV -- METAL WINDOWS & DOORS

1 Metal Window & Door Supply & Demand in China 73
2 Metal Window Demand in China by Type 78
3 Metal Window Demand in China by Material 80
4 Metal Door Demand in China by Type 83
5 Metal Door Demand in China by Material 85
SECTION V -- WOOD WINDOWS & DOORS
1 Wood Window & Door Supply & Demand in China 87
2 Wood Window Demand in China by Type 92
3 Wood Window Demand in China by Material 95
4 Wood Door Demand in China by Type 98
5 Composite Wood Door Demand in China by Type 100
SECTION VI -- PLASTIC WINDOWS & DOORS
1 Plastic Window & Door Supply & Demand in China 104
2 Plastic Window Demand in China by Type 110
3 Plastic Door Demand in China by Type 113
SECTION VII -- MARKETS
1 Window & Door Demand in China by Market 117
2 Residential Window & Door Demand in China by Material 120
3 New Residential Window & Door Demand in China
by Material 123
4 Residential Improvement & Repair Window & Door Demand
in China by Material 126
5 Residential Window & Door Demand in China
by Housing Type 127
6 Single-Family Housing Window & Door Demand in China 129
7 Multifamily Housing Window & Door Demand in China 131

8 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand in China
by Material 134
9 New Nonresidential Window & Door Demand in China
by Material 136
10 Nonresidential Improvement & Repair Window & Door
Demand in China by Material 139
11 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand in China
by Building Type 141
12 Office & Commercial Window & Door Demand in China 143
13 Industrial Window & Door Demand in China 145
14 Institutional Window & Door Demand in China 147
15 Other Nonresidential Window & Door Demand in China 148
SECTION VIII -- REGIONAL TRENDS
1 Population of China by Region 154
2 Gross Domestic Product of China by Region 155
3 Building Construction Expenditures in China by Region 156
4 Window & Door Demand in China by Region 158
5 Central-North Region of China: Window & Door Demand 163
6 Northeast Region of China: Window & Door Demand 167
7 Central-East Region of China: Window & Door Demand 171
8 Central-South Region of China: Window & Door Demand 175
9 Southwest Region of China: Window & Door Demand 179
10 Northwest Region of China: Window & Door Demand 183
SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 Window & Door Sales in China of Selected Companies, 2012 189
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 197

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Population of China by Age, 2002-2022 13
2 Households in China by Region, 2002-2022 16
3 Building Construction Expenditures in China, 2012 22
4 Employment in China, 2002-2012 37
5 Chinese Currency Exchange Rates, 2002-2012 46
SECTION III -- OVERVIEW
1 Window & Door Demand in China by Product, 2012 56
2 Window Demand in China by Glazing Type, 2012 62
SECTION IV -- METAL WINDOWS & DOORS
1 Metal Window & Door Demand in China by Product, 2012 74
2 Metal Window Demand in China by Type, 2002-2022 79
SECTION V -- WOOD WINDOWS & DOORS
1 Wood Door Demand in China by Type, 2012 98
SECTION VII -- MARKETS
1 Window & Door Demand in China by Market, 2002-2022 117
2 Residential Window & Door Demand in China

by Material, 2012 121
3 Residential Window & Door Demand in China
by Housing Type, 2002-2022 128
4 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand in China
by Material, 2012 134
5 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand in China
by Building Type, 2012 141
SECTION VIII -- REGIONAL TRENDS
1 Building Construction Expenditures in China by Region, 2012 157
2 Window & Door Demand in China by Region, 2012 159
3 Central-North Region of China 161
4 Northeast Region of China 165
5 Central-East Region of China 169
6 Central-South Region of China 173
7 Southwest Region of China 177
8 Northwest Region of China 181
SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 Window & Door Market Share in China by Company, 2012 191

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