Milan – Economic research group CSIL has published a comprehensive report on the global mattress industry in 2022. ‘The World Mattress Industry’ aims to offer a complete overview of the global $35 billion per annum mattress industry through comparative analysis by geographical area, country and key manufacturers and suppliers.
The report gives a detailed analysis of the top 20 mattress markets worldwide (Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam) listing production, consumption, imports and exports and forecasts for 2022 and 2023; mattress production figures for each country (except Australia, South Korea and Vietnam); breakdown by material; socio-economic indicators including population forecasts and a list of the major mattress manufacturers by turnover for each territory. The report also gives a brief of analysis of each of the 30 other countries in the top 50 and reports on a further 10 countries, with a total of 60 countries covered in total.
Detailed profiles of the world’s top 30 mattress manufacturers include corporate information, sales performance, manufacturing activity and retail strategies, with shorter profiles on hundreds of others. In total, the report covers around 1,200 mattress manufacturers.
About 800 major suppliers to the mattress industries, including polyurethane suppliers, machinery makers, fabric companies, certification centre, testing laboratories and industry associations are listed in the report.
The report notes that the sector has grown over the last 10 years as a whole – despite shocks to the market from the pandemic and ongoing supply chain issues – and the negative impact of the pandemic on the sector was limited compared with other industries. Restrictive trade measures, particularly US tariffs on imports, has led to a declining share of imports in the US market and Indonesia and Mexico overtaking China as the largest exporters to the USA.
The 620-page report, which costs €2,900, can be purchased from CSIL’s website.