There are about 2,600 Thai firms producing furniture, most of them small or medium-sized. Only about 10% of firms are medium-large. The Thai furniture industry employs a workforce of 400,000, of these 165,000 are employed by firms with more than 10 workers. Furniture in wood is estimated to account for 70% of all the furniture produced and the material most commonly used in furniture production is parawood (60%). The market research The furniture industry in Thailand offers a comprehensive picture of the furniture sector in Thailand, providing data on furniture production and furniture consumption, furniture imports and exports. Factors determining the demand for furniture are examined, as well as furniture distribution system and furniture supply structure. The construction industry is also considered. Short profiles are provided for the main Thai furniture manufacturers. Thai furniture imports and exports are broken down by country and product (office furniture, kitchen furniture, upholstered furniture, non-upholstered seats, bedroom furniture, seats parts and parts of furniture). The wood and forestry sector is also considered: production, imports, exports and consumption data are provided for the main semi-finished wood products (sawnwood, wood-based panels). Data on woodworking machinery imports and exports by main partner countries are included.
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