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Europe Electronic Shelf Label Market - Forecasts From 2016 To 2021

Posted by Shreya Mohan on

Knowledge Sourcing Intelligence has come up with a new report titled “Europe Electronic Shelf Label Market - Forecasts From 2016 To 2021”.

The report segments the European electronic shelf label market based on product type (segmented labels, full-graphic labels, and LCD labels), communication technology (RF, NFC , and IR), store type (supermarkets, hypermarkets, minimarkets, and others) , and country (UK, Germany, France and others). Europe electronic shelf label market is estimated to grow from US$109.789 million in 2015 to US$204.477 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 11.19% over the forecast period.

Major factor driving the market growth of electronic shelf labels in supermarkets of Europe is high labor cost. Other factors such as rising demand for real-time positioning and stringent government regulations regarding accurate label pricing are further fuelling the demand for electronic shelf labels in the region. The presence of many electronic shelf manufacturers coupled with setting up of new subsidiaries of retail chains in the region will spur the growth of electronic shelf labels in Europe during the forecast period.

Some of the major electronic shelf label companies covered as part of the report are Samsung, Store Electronic Systems, Pricer AB, Wincor Nixdorf among others.

request or complete report can be purchased through the link below:
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This 73 pages report contains a wide range of figures and data tables for the forecasted period based on the segmentations listed above.

Key TOC Contents are listed as below:
• Market Dynamics
• Segmentation
o By Product Type
 Segmented labels
 Full-graphic labels
 LCD labels
o By Communication Technology
 RF
 NFC
 IR
o By Store Type
 Supermarkets
 Hypermarkets
 Minimarkets
 Others
o By Country
 Europe
• UK
• Germany
• France
• Others

• Competitive Intelligence
• Profiles of key companies


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