Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the five years to 2014, downstream demand unraveled for the Commercial Embroidery Services industry, and the decade-long trend of large multifunctional apparel companies integrating embellishment processes into their operations stifled growth opportunities. Despite their efforts, industry participants are not expected to experience growth over the five years to 2019. Overarching competitive pressures, which affect the entire apparel-manufacturing sector, are likely to remain hallmark traits of the industry.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
Like most services industries, the geographical spread of the Commercial Embroidery Services industry's establishments closely reflects the distribution of the population. Generally, the greater the number of residents in a region, the stronger the demand for industry services. Because most industry operators are small-scale operations, they cater to their immediate local markets. In 2014, IBISWorld expects that industry establishments will be concentrated in the Southeast, Western and Great Lakes regions, which capture three of the highest population segments in the United States.
Based on US Census Bureau data and IBISWorld estimates, the Southeast region is expected to account for the highest share of industry establishments, with 27.2%, in 2014... purchase to read more