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Forecasts Wooden Door Industry Trends

2016-06-07

BEIJING, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- It is forecasted wooden door industry trends by one of China's leading B2B search platforms with more than 30 B2B industry websites to its name.

The financial crisis did not hit the door industry hard in 2008, but because of the weaknesses of the industry, the industry's development has been limited to a large extent, and the development of a number of door-producing enterprises has stagnated. But in 2010, the following trends will affect the development of the wooden door industry.

Firstly, the wooden door industry will rely on innovation to develop. The sales of the product depend on quality and variety; the original design draws attention. For the sake of sustainable development, we should also draw power from the source. We can see that this year various enterprises have improved their products in terms of grades, quality, and design compared to the previous year; there has been an overall upgrade in quality, which is key for continued development. Enterprises feel unprecedented pressure to come up with original designs; they have a strong awareness of the need for good designers and good design works. Originality is the soul of design, which has deeply influenced the Chinese wooden door industry.

Secondly, the wooden door industry will need to further develop customization. The importance of custom wooden doors has not been recognized as a standard part of the wooden door industry, but some manufacturers of fashionable custom wooden doors are optimistic about them. Custom wooden doors can be designed according to consumers' needs, and have become a very fashionable commodity.

Both trends call for enterprises in the door industry to upgrade their industrial capabilities, work on their weaknesses, and raise the bar industry-wide. The wooden door industry also needs to have its own standard-setting agency. Only in this way can these two trends smoothly transition into reality.

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