Library Furnitures Market 2018 Global Analysis, Opportunities and Forecast To 2023

Library Furnitures Global Market 2018: Key Players – Steelcase, Herman Miller, Haworth, Teknion, HNI Corporation

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Library Furnitures Industry

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The global Library Furniture market was valued at USD 2273.6 million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD 5011.8 million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 10.38% between 2017 and 2025. In the coming years there is an increasing demand for Library Furniture in the regions of Asia Pacific, North America and Europe that is expected to drive the market for more high-quality Library Furniture. Growth in government budgets in the principal countries, increasing of education expenditures, more-intense competition, launches in introducing new products, retrofitting and renovation of old technology, increasing adoption of Library Furniture will drive growth in North America and Europe markets.

This report studies the Library Furniture market status and outlook of global and major regions, from angles of players, regions, product types and end industries; this report analyzes the top players in global and major regions, and splits the Library Furniture market by product type and applications/end industries.

The major players in global Library Furniture market include 

Steelcase 
Herman Miller 
Haworth 
Teknion 
HNI Corporation 
KI 
Okamura 
Global Furniture Group 
KOKUYO 
Knoll 
VS 
Kimball International 
Kinnarps 
Minyi Furniture 
British Thornton 
Ailin Technology 
Smith System 
Lanlin Teaching 
Metalliform 
Jirong Furniture

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Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with Sales, Sales, revenue, Market Share and Growth Rate of Library Furniture in these regions, from 2013 to 2025 (forecast), covering 
North America 
Europe 
Asia-Pacific 
South America 
Middle East & Africa

On the basis of product, the Library Furniture market is primarily split into 
Library Shelves 
Library Tables 
Library Seating 
Other Furniture

On the basis on the end users/applications, this report covers 
K-12 Schools 
Higher Education 
Public Libraries

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Table of Contents

1 Library Furniture Market Overview 1 
    1.1 Library Furniture Product Overview 1 
    1.2 Library Furniture Segment by Types 2 
      1.2.1 Global Library Furniture Comparison by Types (2013-2025) 2 
      1.2.2 Global Library Furniture Revenue Market Share by Types in 2017 3 
      1.2.3 Library Shelves 4 
      1.2.4 Library Tables 4 
      1.2.5 Library Seating 5 
      1.2.6 Other Furniture 5 
    1.3 Global Library Furniture Segment by Applications 6 
      1.3.1 Global Library Furniture Comparison by Applications (2013-2025) 6 
      1.3.2 K-12 Schools 7 
      1.3.3 Higher Education 8 
      1.3.4 Public Libraries 8 
    1.4 Global Library Furniture Market by Regions 9 
      1.4.1 Global Library Furniture Market Size by Regions 9 
      1.4.2 North America Library Furniture Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 10 
      1.4.3 Asia-Pacific Library Furniture Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 11 
      1.4.4 Europe Library Furniture Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 12 
      1.4.5 South America Library Furniture Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 13 
      1.4.6 Middle East & Africa Library Furniture Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 14 
    1.5 Global Library Furniture Market Size 14 
      1.5.1 Global Library Furniture Revenue Status and Outlook (2013-2025) 14 
      1.5.2 Global Library Furniture Sales Status and Outlook (2013-2025) 16 

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6 Global Library Furniture Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis 40 
    6.1 Steelcase 40 
      6.1.1 Company Profile 40 
      6.1.2 Product Information 41 
      6.1.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 41 
    6.2 Herman Miller 42 
      6.2.1 Company Profile 42 
      6.2.2 Product Information 43 
      6.2.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 43 
    6.3 Haworth 44 
      6.3.1 Company Profile 44 
      6.3.2 Product Information 45 
      6.3.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 45 
    6.4 Teknion 46 
      6.4.1 Company Profile 46 
      6.4.2 Product Information 47 
      6.4.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 47 
    6.5 HNI Corporation 48 
      6.5.1 Company Profile 48 
      6.5.2 Product Information 49 
      6.5.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 49 
    6.6 KI 49 
      6.6.1 Company Profile 49 
      6.6.2 Product Information 51 
      6.6.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 51 
    6.7 Okamura 52 
      6.7.1 Company Profile 52 
      6.7.2 Product Information 53 
      6.7.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 53 
    6.8 Global Furniture Group 54 
      6.8.1 Company Profile 54 
      6.8.2 Product Information 55 
      6.8.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 55 
    6.9 KOKUYO 56 
      6.9.1 Company Profile 56 
      6.9.2 Product Information 57 
      6.9.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 57 
    6.10 Knoll 58 
      6.10.1 Company Profile 58 
      6.10.2 Product Information 59 
      6.10.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 59 
    6.11 VS 60 
      6.11.1 Company Profile 60 
      6.11.2 Product Information 61 
      6.11.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 61 
    6.12 Kimball International 62 
      6.12.1 Company Profile 62 
      6.12.2 Product Information 63 
      6.12.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 63 
    6.13 Kinnarps 64 
      6.13.1 Company Profile 64 
      6.13.2 Product Information 65 
      6.13.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 65 
    6.14 Minyi Furniture 66 
      6.14.1 Company Profile 66 
      6.14.2 Product Information 67 
      6.14.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 67 
    6.15 British Thornton 68 
      6.15.1 Company Profile 68 
      6.15.2 Product Information 69 
      6.15.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 69 
    6.16 Ailin Technology 70 
      6.16.1 Company Profile 70 
      6.16.2 Product Information 71 
      6.16.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 71 
    6.17 Smith System 72 
      6.17.1 Company Profile 72 
      6.17.2 Product Information 73 
      6.17.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 73 
    6.18 Lanlin Teaching 74 
      6.18.1 Company Profile 74 
      6.18.2 Product Information 75 
      6.18.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 75 
    6.19 Metalliform 76 
      6.19.1 Company Profile 76 
      6.19.2 Product Information 77 
      6.19.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 77 
    6.20 Jirong Furniture 77 
      6.20.1 Company Profile 77 
      6.20.2 Product Information 79 
      6.20.3 Sales, Price and Revenue 79 

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