Customized Shopfitting Materials Market: Business Overview, Upcoming Trends and Top Company Analysis Forecast – 2025

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Customized Shopfitting Materials Market

As per a report published by Global Market Insights, the customized shopfitting materials market is set to surpass USD 180 billion by 2025. However, strict regulations and norms set by the government to limit deforestation may hinder the use of wood materials. The rising environmental concerns towards soil erosion and climate changes could also further hamper the customized shopfitting industry.

The customized shopfitting material market is estimated to grow at a decent pace owing to the demand for trendy furniture across commercial spaces that offers extra storage space as well as an aesthetic look. These materials are used in the manufacturing of shelves, furniture, counters, and displays. It provides customized solutions to customers in the retail sector, offices, and reception in the commercial sector as well as in restaurants in the leisure sector.

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Customized shopfitting material includes metals, wood, plastics, and laminates and is used in several retail outlets including electronics, cosmetics, textile, and confectionery. It is extensively used in retail stores and showrooms for the production of ceilings, counters, and wall panels in restaurants.
Highlighting some factors that could favor industry growth:

Demand for decorative film-based customized shopfitting

Decorative films help in protecting stock, equipment, and furniture from fading from harmful sun rays. These films can be printed to feature graphics or logos, provide privacy, and are combined with security and safety films. They provide architects, interior designers, and owners with a selection of creative options.

Decorative film can be customized for installation with graphics, colors, and textures to meet the design and functional goals of home or business. All these factors are expected to drive the demand for decorative films, hence propelling its overall share in the customized shopfitting materials market. As per estimates, the decorative film-based customized shopfitting market is likely to exceed USD 6.5 billion by 2025.

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Expanding commercial sector of UK

The UK customized shopfitting materials market from display applications may observe gains of over 3.5% by the end of 2025. Rising utilization of mannequins in commercial sector for displaying product and making it easy for consumer to shop would drive its adoption. Mannequins help in displaying multiple products together and offer numerous details about product details.

Prominent players in the industry

The key industry players operating in the customized shopfitting materials market include Decorative Films, Madico, Jacobs Joinery, Shopfitters Greenlam, SURTECO, Australian Plastic Fabricators, REHAU Verwaltungszentrale, and Wilsonart. These firms are constantly focusing on developing new products and staying competitive in the market.

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