Big Bytes

Growth in Demand for Built in Large Appliances with Emerging Demand of Entry Level Products to Expand in Emerging Economies

The report titled “Asia Pacific Large Appliances Market Outlook to 2020 – Future Growth to be Driven by Emerging Countries and Rising Replacement Demand” provides brief overview on the Asia Pacific Large Appliances Market and helps readers to identify the ongoing trends in the market and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing market dynamics in coming years. The report will help existing distributors, manufacturers along with end users in large appliances division to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in the future.

With rising income level, more investments are made in creating customized living space. The shape, space area and purpose of common area, kitchen and bathrooms are changing. Custom made equipments are preferred which are well hidden inside wall units. Refrigerators, washing machine and air conditioners are no more protruding as unit in these houses and sleek LED television have replaced the thicker CRT television sets. All major brands are promoting built in units as these are sold at premium and helps in gaining customers loyalty to choose the same brand time and again when they choose to replace large appliances after every few years. Built-in appliances help in proper utilization of space and maintain the aesthetics of the house as well.

People in emerging economies have lower disposable income compared to people living in developed countries. There is huge difference in living standards of people in these countries especially with people in middle and lower income group. Large appliances are necessity in developed countries whereas it is still a luxury in emerging countries. Most of the first time buyers in emerging countries buy entry level products. Premium products with value added features are generally purchased as replacement of older appliances. People in developed countries take into consideration the enhanced user experience, high quality, design and value added features. Demand for both entry level and premium products will continue to rise in near future.

Furthermore, with increased penetration of internet and mobile usage, significant rise in online purchase was observed in last few years. Price wars between competing online retailers to woo customers’ with huge discounted products have become a common trend. This has helped to increase percentage share of products sold online. Better logistics and improved after sales service has helped companies to tap the areas where they were unable to expand their reach for economic reasons. It has also helped emerging companies to launch their product online at lower cost and pass the benefit to consumers which they save by cutting cost on opening franchise store or intermediary dealer or retailers. Retail e-commerce in Asia Pacific has registered a double digit growth since 2012 with over 30% growth in 2015. Online retail in Asia Pacific region accounted for more than 50% of total global online retail. China, Japan, India, and Singapore are the major countries with well developed online retail network.

Contact Us:
Ken Research
Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications

Leave a Reply

You may also like:

Apparel Art Entertainment Lifestyle Manufacturing People Retail

Digital Integration and IoT for Fashion / Retail Industry

Digital integration has led to big deals across all apparel retail channels. The year 2019 is a year of the smart stores. Internet of Things (IoT) technology is deployed in this sector at a quicker pace that will affect systems (both positively / negatively) and processes across the entire apparel retail enterprise, particularly at the supply chain.

Read More
Apparel Manufacturing World

Pull Closures Market – Industry Analysis and Forecast

Expected to reach billions by 2027, at CAGR of 6.4% during forecast period. Includes the analysis of impact of COVID-19 lock-down on the revenue of market leaders, followers, and disrupters. Since lock down was implemented differently in different regions and countries, impact of same is also different by regions and segments. The report has covered […]

Read More
Builders Infrastructure Manufacturing Real Estate

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions with new ways of making cement

Reducing the ratio of calcium to silicate in cement production would not only cut those emissions, but would actually produce better, stronger concrete, recent findings show. Cement is made by cooking calcium-rich material, usually limestone, with silica-rich material – typically clay – at temperatures of 1,500 degrees Celsius, yielding a hard mass called clinker. This […]

Read More