DUBLIN — The “The Industrial Lighting Market: Worldwide Growth, Trends and Forecasts Through 2019-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The Industrial Lighting Market was valued at USD 4,025.6 million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 5,179.2 million by 2024, recording a CAGR of 4.5%, during the forecast period of 2019-2024.
With smart manufacturing gaining prominence across regions and the increasing demand for LEDs from industrial setups, smart lighting is expected to become a component of industrial automation over the forecast period.
- The availability of a wide range of lighting products at competitive prices and the increasing demand for energy efficient lighting systems across various industrial sectors are driving the market growth. For instance, in recent years, significant price reductions in LEDs have augmented the adoption of LED lighting products across the world.
- Furthermore, favorable government regulations regarding conventional lighting and energy consumption across the United States and China are anticipated to favor market growth.
- However, the initial cost required to integrate or replace the lighting systems in manufacturing plants and production facilities is a costly affair, especially for small and medium industries.
Key Market Trends
LED Light Source is Expected to Hold Major Share
- LED has features such as longevity, energy efficiency, low operational / maintenance costs, and ability to deliver an increasingly shorter return on investment (ROI), which ultimately drive its demand in the industrial Lighting market.
- Recently, Government associations and utility companies have started providing incentives in order to help reduce industrial energy consumption, for which rebates were provided to help offset the cost of a facility LED conversion or retrofit to lower energy usage.
- Furthermore, many companies have been rolling out LED fixtures for both indoor and outdoor applications, retrofit applications, and they are slowly expanding to hazardous environments as well.
- For instance, Cree Inc. in October 2018 launched LED LXB Series Linear High-Bay luminaires that are suitable for high ceilings, high ambient temperatures, and high-profile spaces. The company reported that the launch of LXB series is in-line with the ongoing demand for linear fixtures across new industrial constructions and even for fluorescent retrofit high-bay installations.
Asia-Pacific Witnessed to Hold a Major Share
- As the majority of the customers in urban areas of the Asia-pacific region are growing their priorities, the leading online retailers are increasingly turning to smaller distribution centers in urban areas to complement the larger out-of-town centers. In South Korea, for example, a new Government initiative known as e-Logis Town is transforming old truck terminals and distribution centers into high-tech hubs, providing significant opportunities for industrial lighting solution vendors to enter the market landscape.
- The Governments in the region are promoting the usage of energy efficient lighting solutions, which is expected to see the adoption of LED lights increase significantly. China, for instance, followed a 5-year plan of phasing-out incandescent light bulbs over 100 watts starting 1st October 2012 and has gradually extended the ban to those over 15 watts on 1st October 2016.
- India is set to witness investments close to INR 50,000 crore for the creation of warehousing facilities across the country, between 2018 and 2020. Different categories of warehousing are expected to create around 20,000 jobs during the three years to varying levels of specification and specialization.
The industrial lighting market is highly fragmented. Overall, the competitive rivalry among existing competitors is high. Moving forward, the new innovation strategy of large and small enterprise companies are expected to drive market growth. Some of the key players in the market are General Electric Company and Emerson Electric Co.
Some of the key developments in the area are:
- May 2019 – Legrand announced ultra-secure wireless lighting controls platform. The platform includes products such as dimming room controllers, ceiling mount PIR occupancy sensors, corner mount PIR occupancy sensors, digital photo sensors, dimming wall switches, and 5-button scene switches.
- May 2019 – Acuity Brands revealed plans to showcase new smart home and other residential lighting products at LIGHTFAIR International 2019. The flagship smart home product is the Juno AI family of state-of-the-art LED downlights. Juno AI luminaires feature sophisticated lighting controls and premium JBL speakers, all completely built in and concealed, along with the Alexa voice service for a seamless, truly smart home experience.
- January 2019 – GE Lighting announced new dimmer switches that smarten up dumb bulbs, and color change smart light bulbs and accessories. The company added C-Start dimmer switches to connect to lights, one for USD 50 and another for USD 75, with built-in light and motion sensors to add triggers to brighten or dim them.
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