Rise in Global Window and Door Demand Projected Through 2017

The Fredonia Group reports that global demand for doors and windows is expected to rise 7.1 percent each year and equal $223 billion through 2017. This growth will be caused by recoveries in the construction markets of many developed countries. The U.S. market is expected to gain 10 percent or more annually through 2017, driven by the housing market recovery. Coming growth will outpace that of the 2007-2012 period. Demand in China, Western Europe, the Africa/Mideast region, and South America is also expected to increase.

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Woodworking Network (07/02/13) Vonasek, Wade

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