Thermal Insulation Industry Analysis UK 2013: Worldwide Industry Latest Market Share, Growth, Size, Trends , Strategy and Forecast Research Report 2013

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Executive Summary

Introduction
Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning
UK economy
Overview
Inflation
Interest rates
House prices
Consumer Spending
Manufacturing
Business investment
Imports
Exports
Market factors

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Market Size and Trends
Chapter summary
Market size
Figure 1: UK market for thermal insulation, 2008-12
Market segmentation
Overview
Figure 2: Segmentation of the UK market for thermal insulation, by sector, 2008-12
Building thermal insulation
Figure 3: Insulation installation under CERT, 2008-12
Figure 4: UK market for building thermal insulation, 2008-12
Figure 5: UK market for building thermal insulation, by type of insulation, 2008-12
Figure 6: UK market for cavity wall insulation, 2008-12
Figure 7: UK market for loft insulation, 2008-12
Figure 8: UK market for draught proofing, 2008-12
Figure 9: UK market for roof insulation, 2008-12
Figure 10: UK market for external wall insulation, 2008-12
Figure 11: UK market for internal wall insulation, 2008-12
Figure 12: UK market for pipe & cylinder lagging, 2008-12
Figure 13: UK Market for Floor Insulationmarket for floor insulation, 2008-12
Industrial thermal insulation
Figure 14: UK market for industrial thermal insulation, 2008-12
Figure 15: UK market for industrial thermal insulation, by material, 2012
Figure 16: UK market for industrial thermal insulation, by type, 2012
Figure 17: UK market for industrial thermal insulation, by end use sector, 2012
Regional analysis
Figure 18: Regional private housing construction output, 2008-12
Figure 19: Regional private commercial construction Outputoutput, 2008-12
Figure 20: Regional private industrial construction output, 2008-12
Figure 21: Regional housing repair & maintenance output, 2008-12
Figure 22: Regional private non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2008-12
Figure 23: Regional public non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2008-12
Figure 24: UK manufacturing businesses, by region, 2008-11
Seasonality of sales
Figure 25: Seasonality of private housing output, 2008-12
Figure 26: Seasonality of private commercial construction output, 2008-12
Figure 27: Seasonality of private industrial construction output, 2008-12
Figure 28: Seasonality of public non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2008-12
Figure 29: Seasonality of private non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2008-12
Market trends
Building sector trends
Figure 30: Residential property transactions in the UK, 2007-12
CERT/CESP/ECO/Green Deal
Figure 31: Number of main insulation measures under supplier obligations, by Obligationobligation, 2002-12 and Forecast 2012-22
Figure 32: Number of insulation measures under certCERT, by year 2008-12
Figure 33: Number of insulation measures under CESP, 2009-12
Figure 34: Number of ECO measures installed, by obligation and month, 2013
Figure 35: Number of insulation ECO measures installed, by Obligation, January to Julyobligation, January-July 2013
Figure 36: Number of Green Deal assessments undertaken, by month, 2013
Figure 37: Number and value of Green Deal cashback vouchers, by month, 2013
Distribution

Supply Sources
Chapter summary
Production
Overview
Figure 38: UK production of selected thermal insulation materials, 2008-12
Segmentation
Figure 39: Segmentation of the UK production of selected thermal insulation materials, by material, 2008-12
Imports
Overview
Figure 40: UK imports of selected thermal insulation materials, 2008-12
Segmentation
Figure 41: Segmentation of UK imports of selected thermal insulation materials, by material, 2008-12
Exports
Overview
Figure 42: UK exports of selected thermal insulation materials, 2008-12
Segmentation
Figure 43: Segmentation of UK exports of thermal insulation materials, by material, 2008-12
Trade surplus/deficit
Figure 44: UK trade surplus/deficit in thermal insulation materials, by material, 2008-12

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Industry Structure
Chapter summary
Industry development
Figure 45: Analysis of the changes in the non-metallic mineral products manufacturing industry, 2009-12
Structure of employment
Figure 46: Analysis of the employment structure of the non-metallic mineral products manufacturing industry, 2011 and 2012
Structure by turnover
Figure 47: Analysis of the financial structure of the non-metallic mineral products manufacturing industry, 2011 and 2012
Company profiles
Cape
Figure 48: Financial analysis of Cape, 2008-12
Celotex
Figure 49: Financial analysis of Celotex, 2008-12
Encon Insulation
Figure 1: Financial analysis of Encon Insulation, 2008-12
Kingspan Insulation
Figure 50: Financial analysis of Kingspan Insulation, 2007-11
Knauf Insulation
Figure 51: Financial analysis of Knauf Insulation, 2007-11
Rockwool
Figure 52: Financial analysis of Rockwool, 2008-12
SIG
Figure 53: Financial analysis of SIG, 2008-12
Springvale EPS
Figure 54: Financial analysis of Springvale EPS, 2008-12
Superglass Insulation
Figure 55: Financial analysis of Superglass Insulation, 2008-12
Goblet (formerly Vencel Resil)
Figure 56: Financial analysis of Jablite, 2007-11
Isover Saint-Gobain

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