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Reportlinker Adds US Lamps Market

October 1, 2009

NEW YORK, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

Reportlinker Adds US Lamps Market

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US demand to increase 4% annually through 2013

US demand for lamps is forecast to grow four percent per year through 2013 to $7 billion. Federal regulations intended to reduce the energy consumed by lighting will generate double-digit annual demand gains for fluorescent lamps and cause an offsetting contraction in demand for conventional incandescent lamps.

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 effectively bans the sale of general service incandescent lamps starting in 2012, and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are expected to replace most of these lamps as they burn out. Demand for CFLs will surge more than 20 percent annually through 2013 as consumers transition to the new technology. But long-term demand will ultimately proceed at a slower pace as CFLs last much longer than the incandescent lamps they will replace.

Light emitting diodes (LEDs) pose a serious threat to future lamp demand. Although their high price has limited their usage so far, technological innovations that reduce costs and improve performance will likely lead to the widespread adoption of LED-based lighting devices. In the long term, lamps are expected to lose market share to LEDs, especially in such markets as motor vehicles and nonresidential buildings.

Metal halide, halogen lamps to post strong gains

Metal halide lamps will lead the high intensity discharge (HID) product segment through 2013. As mercury vapor lamps are phased-out of the market, metal halide lamps will gain market share in outdoor lighting applications. Furthermore, metal halide lamps are increasingly finding use as high-end motor vehicle headlamps. Halogen lamps are also forecast to grow especially fast through 2013, benefiting from the ban on general service incandescent lamps. Although less efficient and shorter-lived than CFLs, halogen lamps outperform CFLs in terms of color rendering, and they do not contain mercury. Furthermore, demand for halogen lamps will also benefit from recovering production of motor vehicles, as halogen lamps find widespread use as headlamps.

Residential, nonresidential buildings to remain leading

US lamp markets Buildings account for the majority of lamp demand, and this market will enjoy above-average gains through 2013. Residential buildings will largely be responsible for this growth, due to a surge in demand for CFLs as general service lamps are phased out of the market. However, demand in nonresidential buildings will also accelerate through 2013, as new federal regulations raising the minimum efficiency of general use fluorescent lamps raise the average cost of fluorescent lamps going forward.

Study coverage

Details on these and other findings are contained in Lamps, presents historical demand (1998, 2003 and 2008) plus forecasts (2013 and 2018) for lamps by product and market. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles nearly 35 competitors in the US industry.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION x

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4

Macroeconomic Outlook 5

Demographic Trends 10

Population 11

Households 13

Consumer Income & Expenditure Trends 14

Construction Trends 16

Residential Building Construction 20

Construction Expenditures 21

Housing Outlook 23

Housing Stock 28

Improvements & Repairs 32

Nonresidential Building Construction 33

Construction Expenditures 34

Improvements & Repairs 39

Nonresidential Building Stock 40

Nonbuilding Construction 43

Motor Vehicle Trends 45

Durable Goods Manufacturing Trends 48

Historical Market Trends 51

Pricing Trends 55

Environmental & Regulatory Issues 56

General Regulations & Standards 57

Energy-Efficiency Concerns 59

Federal Regulations 59

State Regulations 61

Other Environmental Concerns 61

III. OVERVIEW 63

General 63

Lamp Demand 63

Demand by Value 65

Demand by Unit 66

Lamp Foreign Trade 68

Imports 69

Exports 71

Lamp Shipments 71

Lamp Characteristics 73

Luminous Efficacy 73

Light Quality 75

Lighting Fixtures 77

Other Lamp Characteristics 79

Light Emitting Diodes 80

IV. FILAMENT LAMPS 83

General 83

Incandescent Lamps 85

Product Characteristics 88

Regulatory Issues 89

Large Incandescent Lamps 91

General Use Incandescent Lamps 92

Incandescent Reflector Lamps 94

Decorative Incandescent Lamps 96

Other Large Incandescent Lamps 97

Miniature Incandescent Lamps 99

Incandescent Sealed Beam Lamps 101

Incandescent Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamps 102

Other Miniature Incandescent Lamps 103

Other Incandescent Lamps 104

Halogen Lamps 106

Product Characteristics 109

Regulatory Issues 109

Large Halogen Lamps 110

Halogen Reflector Lamps 112

Other Large Halogen Lamps 114

Miniature Halogen Lamps 116

Halogen Sealed Beam Lamps 117

Halogen Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamps 119

Other Miniature Halogen Lamps 120

V. ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE LAMPS 122

General 122

Fluorescent Lamps 124

Product Characteristics 126

Regulatory Issues 127

Compact Fluorescent Lamps 129

Large Fluorescent Lamps 132

High-Output Fluorescent Lamps 134

Slimline Fluorescent Lamps 136

Other Fluorescent Lamps 137

High Intensity Discharge & Other Electrical Discharge Lamps 139

Regulatory Issues 141

High Intensity Discharge Lamps 142

Metal Halide 143

Sodium Vapor 146

Mercury Vapor 149

Other Electrical Discharge Lamps 151

VI. MARKETS 154

General 154

Buildings 157

Residential 159

Nonresidential 163

Office & Commercial 165

Institutional 167

Industrial 168

Other Nonresidential 169

Consumer Products 171

Motor Vehicles 173

Demand by Sector 175

Demand by Vehicle Class 177

Outdoor Lighting 179

Other Markets 180

VII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 182

General 182

Industry Composition 182

Market Share 185

Vertical & Horizontal Integration 187

Product Development 188

Environment-Related Developments 189

Other Lamp Product Developments 190

Manufacturing 192

Marketing 193

Green Marketing 193

Consumer-Focused Strategies 194

Other Market-Specific Strategies 195

Distribution 197

Consumer 197

Nonresidential 200

OEM 201

Mergers & Acquisitions 201

Cooperative Agreements 203

Company Profiles 206

Advanced Lighting Technologies Incorporated 207

Amglo Kemlite Laboratories Incorporated 210

Auer Lighting GmbH, see Advanced Lighting Technologies

Automotive Lighting LLC, see Fiat

Bulbrite Industries Incorporated 212

CML Innovative Technologies Incorporated 213

Eiko Limited 215

EYE Lighting International of North America Incorporated,

see Iwasaki Electric Company

Federal-Mogul Corporation 217

Feit Electric Company Incorporated 218

Fiat SpA 220

Ford Motor Company 221

General Electric Company 222

Hamamatsu Photonics KK 228

Harison Toshiba Lighting Corporation, see Toshiba

Hella KGaA Hueck & Company 230

Interlectric Corporation 231

Iwasaki Electric Company Limited 233

JKL Components Corporation 236

LCD Lighting Incorporated 237

Light Sources Incorporated 239

Lights of America Incorporated 243

Lumination LLC, see General Electric

MaxLite SK America Incorporated 244

Opto Technology Incorporated, see PerkinElmer

OSRAM SYLVANIA Incorporated, see Siemens

Panasonic Corporation 246

PerkinElmer Incorporated 247

Peterson Corporation 249

Philips Lighting Company, see Royal Philips Electronics

Royal Philips Electronics NV 251

Siemens AG 256

Stanley Electric Company Limited 262

TCP Incorporated 263

Toshiba Corporation 265

Trojan Incorporated 267

Ushio Incorporated 268

UVP LLC 272

Venture Lighting International Incorporated,

see Advanced Lighting Technologies

Visteon Corporation 273

Voltarc Technologies Incorporated, see Light Sources

Welch Allyn Incorporated 275

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I — EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Macroeconomic Indicators 9

2 Population & Households 11

3 Personal Consumption Expenditures 16

4 Construction Expenditures 20

5 Residential Building Construction Expenditures 23

6 New Housing Indicators 28

7 Housing Stock by Type 31

8 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures 33

9 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 36

10 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures 40

11 Nonresidential Building Stock 42

12 Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures 44

13 Motor Vehicle Indicators 48

14 Manufacturers’ Shipments 51

15 Historical Market Trends, 1998-2008 54

16 Average Lamp Prices 56

SECTION III – OVERVIEW

1 Lamp Value Demand by Type 66

2 Lamp Unit Demand by Type 67

3 Lamp Foreign Trade 68

4 Lamp Shipments by Type 73

SECTION IV — FILAMENT LAMPS

1 Filament Lamp Supply & Demand 85

2 Incandescent Lamp Supply & Demand 87

3 Large Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type 92

4 General Use Incandescent Lamp Demand 94

5 Incandescent Reflector Lamp Demand 96

6 Decorative Incandescent Lamp Demand 97

7 Other Large Incandescent Lamp Demand 99

8 Miniature Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type 101

9 Incandescent Sealed Beam Lamp Demand 102

10 Incandescent Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamp Demand 103

11 Other Miniature Incandescent Lamp Demand 104

12 Other Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type 106

13 Halogen Lamp Supply & Demand 108

14 Large Halogen Lamp Demand by Type 112

15 Halogen Reflector Lamp Demand by Type 114

16 Other Large Halogen Lamp Demand 116

17 Miniature Halogen Lamp Demand by Type 117

18 Halogen Sealed Beam Lamp Demand 119

19 Halogen Non-Sealed Beam Vehicular Lamp Demand 120

20 Other Miniature Halogen Lamp Demand 121

SECTION V — ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE LAMPS

1 Electrical Discharge Lamp Supply & Demand 123

2 Fluorescent Lamp Supply & Demand 125

3 Compact Fluorescent Lamp Demand 132

4 Large Fluorescent Lamp Demand 134

5 High-Output Fluorescent Lamp Demand 136

6 Slimline Fluorescent Lamp Demand 137

7 Other Fluorescent Lamp Demand 138

8 High Intensity Discharge & Other Discharge Lamp Supply & Demand 140

9 High Intensity Discharge Lamp Demand by Type 143

10 Metal Halide Lamp Demand 146

11 Sodium Vapor Lamp Demand 149

12 Mercury Vapor Lamp Demand 150

13 Other Electrical Discharge Lamp Demand 153

SECTION VI – MARKETS

1 Lamp Demand by Market 156

2 Buildings Market for Lamps 159

3 Residential Buildings Market for Lamps 162

4 Nonresidential Buildings Market for Lamps 165

5 Office & Commercial Buildings Demand for Lamps 166

6 Institutional Buildings Demand for Lamps 168

7 Industrial Buildings Demand for Lamps 169

8 Other Nonresidential Buildings Demand for Lamps 170

9 Consumer Products Market for Lamps 173

10 Motor Vehicle Market for Lamps 175

11 Motor Vehicle Lamp Demand by Sector 177

12 Motor Vehicle Lamp Demand by Vehicle Class 178

13 Outdoor Lighting Market for Lamps 180

14 Other Markets for Lamps 181

SECTION VII — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Lamp Sales for Selected Companies, 2008 184

2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 203

3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 205

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2008 31

2 Historical Market Trends, 1998-2008 54

SECTION III – OVERVIEW

1 Lamp Demand by Type, 2008 in Value and Units 64

2 US Lamp Trade by Type, 2008 69

3 Luminous Efficacy of Selected Lamps 75

4 Light Quality of Selected Lamps 77

SECTION IV — FILAMENT LAMPS

1 Incandescent Lamp Demand by Type, 1998-2018 88

2 Halogen Lamp Demand by Type, 1998-2018 108

SECTION V — ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE LAMPS

1 Fluorescent Lamp Demand by Type, 1998-2018 126

2 HID & Other Discharge Lamp Demand by Type, 1998-2018 141

SECTION VI – MARKETS

1 Lamp Demand by Market, 1998-2018 156

SECTION VII — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 Lamp Market Share, 2008 185

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