The development trend and characteristics of alumi

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Affected by the economic environment, door and window companies are experiencing the once-in-a-decade big test. The rise of e-commerce has led to serious changes in shopping malls' spending and procurement forms, which has a direct impact on the development and format of the door and window profession; The downturn in real estate has led to a sharp reduction in the needs of shopping malls, and the profits have been continuously diluted; Facing the tightening of the financing environment, door and window companies are always worried about the sudden cracking of the weak capital chain. Only competition can promote the development and progress of the profession, and brands that have experienced the baptism of wind and rain can become stronger and stronger. At present, the development of doors and windows profession gradually shows a general trend. In the future, whoever can observe the format first will have qualifications and be famous all over the world

features need to promote commodity innovation

over the years, people's living standards have improved significantly, and consumers have changed from necessity to practicality, and even applicability. In the future, with the increasing number of post-80s and post-90s people becoming the main force of shopping malls, their ideas will also change the development trend of shopping malls. New spending groups seeking to be fashionable, publicize their characteristics and enjoy life are increasingly demanding for the characteristics of door and window spending. In this shopping environment, experts in planning in the door and window industry are urged to open their minds and create goods with more fashionable and appreciative value. Therefore, in the future door and window market, whoever grasps the initiative of innovation will gain the top competitiveness of the mall

high value-added doors and windows are occupying the highland of shopping malls.

the added value of doors and windows is mostly reflected in the functions of doors and windows. Traditional commodities with single function produced in batches are gradually screened by shopping malls, and high value-added door and window commodities are quietly occupying the affirmation of professional shopping malls. In addition, the post-80s/90s spending groups that seek characterization have higher requirements for added value of goods than the previous generation spending groups




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