IndexBox has just published a new report “World: Dolls And Toys – Market Report. Analysis and Forecast to 2025“.
This report has been designed to provide a comprehensive survey of the global toy market. It covers the most recent data sets of quantitative medium-term projections, as well as developments in production, trade, consumption and prices. The report also presents a comparative analysis of the largest consuming countries, revealing opportunities opened for producers and exporters across the globe. The forecast outlines market projections to 2025.
Countries coverage: Worldwide – the report contains statistical data for 200 countries and includes detailed profiles of the 50 largest consuming countries (United States, China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Brazil, Italy, Russian Federation, India, Canada, Australia, Republic of Korea, Spain, Mexico, Indonesia, Netherlands, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Sweden, Nigeria, Poland, Belgium, Argentina, Norway, Austria, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Colombia, Denmark, South Africa, Malaysia, Israel, Singapore, Egypt, Philippines, Finland, Chile, Ireland, Pakistan, Greece, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Algeria, Czech Republic, Qatar, Peru, Romania, Vietnam) + the largest producing countries.
Product coverage: Dolls, whether or not dressed; toys representing animals or non-human creatures, stuffed or other.
The global production of dolls and toys was estimated at 40 billion USD in 2015, which was 3.7 billion USD (or 10%) more than in 2014. There was an annual increase of +7.5% in in value terms for the period from 2007 to 2015. In physical terms, dolls and toys production reached 5.2 million tonnes, an increase of 26% against the previous year.
According to market research conducted by IndexBox, China was the key world dolls and toys producing country, with an output of about 28,000 million USD in 2015, accounting for 70% of total global production. The other major producers were the U.S. (2%), and Canada (2%).
In China, production levels increased by +18.5% annually from 2007 to 2015, largely as a result of the country’s concentration of large-scale production capacity. A significant increase in production figures over the past eight year period was also recorded in Viet Nam (+24.9%), another Asian country, which, along with China, is one of the key producing regions in Asia. Over the period under review, Japan registered a more modest rate of growth (+4.6%).
Relocating production facilities to Asia has resulted in reduced output in various developed countries, such as the U.S. and Canada, when production levels decreased by -7.8% and -11.8%, respectively, year on year from 2007 to 2015.
Browse Related Reports:
• Toy market size and volume;
• Toy market trends and prospects;
• Global toy production and its dynamics;
• Per capita consumption;
• Breakdown of production by region and country;
• Medium term outlook;
• Toy trade (exports/imports);
• Prices for toy;
• Profiles of the main manufacturers.
The report will help you:
• Get a bigger picture of the market;
• Rewire your business around market trends;
• Devise your marketing strategy;
• Operate with increased effectiveness.
Table of Contents
1.1 REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2.1 KEY FINDINGS
2.2 MARKET TRENDS
3. MARKET OVERVIEW
3.1 MARKET VOLUME AND VALUE
3.2 CONSUMPTION BY COUNTRY
3.3 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES BY COUNTRY
3.4 MARKET FORECAST TO 2025
4.1 PRODUCTION IN 2007-2015
4.2 PRODUCTION BY COUNTRY
5.1 IMPORTS IN 2007-2015
5.2 IMPORTS BY COUNTRY
5.3 IMPORT PRICES BY COUNTRY
6.1 EXPORTS IN 2007-2015
6.2 EXPORTS BY COUNTRY
6.3 EXPORT PRICES BY COUNTRY
7. COUNTRY PROFILES
7.1. United States
7.5. United Kingdom
7.9. Russian Federation
7.13. Republic of Korea
7.19. Saudi Arabia
7.29. United Arab Emirates
7.32. South Africa
7.46. Czech Republic
8. PROFILES OF MAJOR PRODUCERS
– Call on +44 20 3239 3063 to discuss your requirements and special discounts on multi-report orders
– Email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org