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Germany Office Furniture Market Outlook 2019-2035 : Market Size, Trends, Growth, Opportunities | COVID-19 Impact Analysis

Published Date :

2021-02-16

Report Pages :

348

Format :

PDF

Region Covered :

Germany

Germany Office Furniture Market Overview

The revenue from Germany Office furniture segment amounts to USD 4,298 Million in 2020. The marker is expected to grow annually by 2.30 %( CAGR 2019-2035). In global comparison, most revenue is generated from the United States (USD15,430 Million in 2020). With the market volume of USD15, 430 in 2020, the growth of office furniture is driven by factors such as development of innovative products as well as the adoption of modern and high quality ergonomic furniture by offices. In 2018, office furniture sales increased by 4.90% in comparison to 2017 and reached USD 109 Billion. On average, Germans are spending 400 Euro per year on furniture in 2015, which is the highest per capita spending on furniture in Germany. 2.40% of total consumer spending is used for furniture what amounts to 32.00 billion euro for the whole country. The development from 1981 to 2020 reflects changing consumer preferences. The most dramatic changes occurred in the medium level price segment. From a share of about 50.00% of total turnover in the year 1981 to only estimated 15.00% in 2020. In contrast to this, the turnover in the entry-level price segment is expected to rise to 50% in 2020. Most of the low price entry-level products are imported.

Germany Office Furniture Market Segmentation

By Product Type

  • Seating
  • Desks /Workspaces
  • Storage
  • Accessories
  • Tables

By Material Used

  • Wood
  • Plastic
  • Metal
  • Glass
  • Steel
  • Leather

By Consumer Segment

  • Commercial Office
  • Home Office

By Price Range

  • Mass Market Furniture
  • Premium /Luxury Furniture

By Distribution Channel

  • Online Distribution Channel
  • Offline Distribution Channel

By Region

  • Berlin {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Hamburg {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Munich {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Frankfurt {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Stuttgart {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Cologne {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Dusseldorf {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Mannheim {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Hanover {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}
  • Nuremberg {Market Share (%), Market Size (USD Billion), Sales (Million Units)}

We conducted interviews with the Consumers (B2C Vs B2B), Office Furniture Manufacturers, Brands, End User Industry Verticals, Contractual Suppliers, Product Managers, Consultants, Decision Makers, VPs, Executives, Sales Managers, Regional Sales Head, C-level Executives, etc.

Key Benefits: Germany Office Furniture Market Outlook, 2019-2035 (Edition 2021)

  • The report includes Germany Office Furniture Market Manufacturers, Contract Manufacturers & Brands Outlook (Market Competition & Global Presence), Business Strategy & Financial Analysis of Major Players. Further, the study also covers Industry Insights (Future Trends & Forecast Data), Trade Data (Exports and Imports), By Germany Office Furniture Market Type (Manufacturing & End User Industry Outlook), End User Industry Analysis (B2B Vs B2C), Competitive Intelligence, Opportunity Analysis
  • Market Data : Market Size (USD Billion), Market Share (%), CAGR (%), Y-O-Y Growth Rate (%) of Germany Office Furniture Market Industry and further it bifurcated into Countries, 2019-2035
  • Sales Data of Germany Office Furniture Market : By Each Packaging Type, By End Users, By Manufacturers Type, By Application, By Countries, (By Volume & Value), 2019-2035
  • Manufacturing Outlook of Germany Office Furniture Market : Manufacturers Outlook, Revenue & Market Share of Manufacturers, Manufacturing Capacity, Operational Margins, Contract Manufacturers & OBMs Outlook, etc., 2019-2035
  • Brands Outlook : Revenue Share (%) of Manufacturers By Packaging Type, Market Positioning, Ranking Analysis, Product Portfolio, Competitiveness, Regional Presence, No. of Products, Investments, Partnerships & Collaborations, Mergers & Acquisitions, etc., 2019-2035
  • Germany Office Furniture Market End User Outlook : End User Preferences of Packaging & Brands, End User Spending, Average Spending Power, Adoption Rate (%), Penetration Rate (%), Green Initiatives, Govt. Regulations, etc., 2019-2035
  • Market Dynamics : Growth Drivers, Challenges, Opportunities, Trends, SWOT Analysis, Porter's Five Force Model, PESTLE Analysis, etc., 2019-2035
  • Trade Data of Germany Office Furniture Market (Export & Import) : By Each Segment, By Major Destination Countries (By Value & Volume), 2019-2035
  • Supply & Demand Analysis : By Germany Office Furniture Market Type, End Use Verticals, By Countries, 2019-2035
  • Target & Potential Markets : By Major Countries & Industries
  • Detailed Outlook : Germany Office Furniture Market Industry Analysis : (Manufacturers, Raw Material Outlook, New Products, Ongoing Researches, End User Analysis, Manufacturing Models, Demand Analysis for Each End User Industry, Govt. Norms, Market Dynamics etc.)

Germany Office Furniture Market Dynamics

Germany Office Furniture Market: Growth Drivers

  • The number of employees in the German office furniture manufacturers also grew overtime by 4 percent to around 13800 compared to 2017. The main growth drivers were the demand for office swivel chairs for health promoting seating. The demand for office chairs are expected to grow by 2.20% to 1.22 billion euros in 2017.The growth of the market is driven by 2/3rd demand driven and is particularly driven by the commercial and service sector. The exception is the cupboards and storage which accounts for 1.00% compared to 2016.
  • Industry experts have analyzes that there is strong demand for redesigned office workplaces. Which allows many workers to work from home, new technological possibilities, important to strengthen the employee loyalty .Demand for meeting places is important factor which is driving the demand for office furniture.

Germany Office Furniture Market: Market Restraints

  • One of the most important issues highlighted by input suppliers is associated with unfair competition. This is caused by tax evasion and other informal practices, which create conditions for informal businesses to end up having more competitive prices ,legal and ‘honest’ businesses. Politicians play a role in this unfair competition, as some have vested interests in some companies which they unofficially own. Operating in an unfair business climate prevents new, legal, and innovative firms from growing and making investments that lead to value addition. This constraint is not limited to suppliers only, but it involves the entire value chain and the overall business climate.

Germany Office Furniture Market Segmentation Analysis

  • Germany is the most significant consumer market for office furniture in the EU with increasing imports of low-price level furniture. The German furniture production consists of three main price segments. By Material Type, A market trend is leading from tropical timber products toward substitute products. Even though, alternative raw materials are not much considered contributing to overall competitiveness, this apparently offers alternative and additional market and purchasing opportunities to Kosovan producers. European buyers have increasing problems of finding suppliers for traditional tropical timber. Some of the reasons for its scarcity are increasing conversions of forests into agricultural land, the fast demand development on the tropical wood of emerging economies, and the growing Brazilian, and Russian, Indian and Chinese markets. Other considerations with effects to wood processing companies are consumer awareness of deforestation, climate change and carbon neutral operations. Some tropical substitute products are the Thermally Modified Wood (TMW), Wood Plastic Composites (WPC) with composite materials, consisting mainly of wood fiber and flower various thermoplastics (PE, PP, PVC), and Glued Laminated Timber (Glulam).
  • By Material type, Furniture often seems to consist of different materials. The most common materials used in the furniture sector are wood and wood-based materials, followed by metals and plastics. Therefore the product group should be allowed to expand in order to allow for the incorporation of different types of furniture.
  • By Distribution channel, the organized sector contributes more as compared to the unorganized sector. Germany being a developed country, online stores are much more occupied 80% of the market share as compared to 2016. The offline stores are less due to internet penetration.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Office Furniture Market

The Nowyl Style Group, a European Manufacturer of office furniture has acquired the German family company Kusch+CO, a manufacturer and distributor of commercial furniture. It is the latest sign of change and possible consolidation on the global office furniture sector which has seen Steelcase acquired Orange Box. This was done with the intention to expand the market offering and market penetration into the Germany. The Kusch+Co, its acquisition is intended to expand its operation in Germany. The company is also trying to hold a strong position in the region by this acquisition. The completed transaction is undergoing the next step by consistent implementation of the Group’s strategy .The companies will start their working together by combining their assets and working capital. The companies are in a profitable situation and will work together to achieve their vision.

International and Domestic Players Dominance in Office Furniture Market

Company

Position

Total sales In Million -2019

Market Share-2019

Kinnarps Holdings

1

418.46

4.99%

Steelcase

2

350.29

4.36%

Vitra Holdings

3

320.38

3.30%

Nowy Styl SP

4

286.24

3.30%

Royal Ahrend

5

279.58

3.30%

Haworth INC

6

201.64

2.20%

USM Holdings

7

186.37

2.20%

Sedus Stoll AG

8

182.06

2.00%

Konig + Neurath AG

9

150.12

1.90%

Flokk Holdings

10

138.60

1.70%

 

Office Furniture Market: Sales Distribution Data

Revenue from e-commerce market amounts to USD82, 155 Million in 2020. Revenue is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2020-2024) of 7.50% resulting in a market value of USD109, 813 Million by 2024. 88.58% of the population are internet users and the figure is expected to grow steadily with the advent of more internet penetration. German is the fifth largest e –commerce market in the world. Challenges faced are related to security, online payment and ethical concerns. The total revenue for 2019 is 57.80 Billion euros. It is the second market in Europe after e-commerce in the UK.It is considered to be the primary drivers for digital European economy. The most popular online stores are Amazon, Otto, Zalando, Notebooksbilliger, Media Markt, Lidl, Bonprix, Cyber port, Conrad and Alternate. Amazon accounts for a whopping 27% of e-commerce sales. Mobile accounts for 50% of online transactions. M-Commerce will account for 40.00% of the sales in 2019 which represents 12.00% growth from the previous year. Mobile is accounting for an increasing number of visits, transactions and revenue. PayPal is the most popular payment method. Invoicing accounts for 26.00% of all transactions. Debit, credit card accounts for less than a quarter of all online payments. E-commerce is expected to rise at 9.00% per year. This means that the retail online industry could be worth 57.80 billion euros in 2019.The rate of German e-commerce is decreasing in the last few years. According to the Retail association, the business to consumer e-commerce industry in Germany was worth 53.30 billion euros last year and is now predicted to increase by 8.50 percent. Ecommerce spending in Germany will reach an estimated USD 81.85 billion this year; an annual rise of 7.8%.It represents 8.80% of all retail sales. The retail sales are expected to be USD 927.19 billion in 2019.Mobile buying is growing more quickly than any other segment, estimated annual rate of 12% this year. In 2019, mobile purchases will accounts for 40.00% of digital retail sales. Retail e-commerce sales in Germany will account for 8.80% of total retail sales this year. In 2022 this will pass to 10.00%, as steady growth continues through 2023.

E-Commerce customers in Germany-Online shoppers in Germany (47.00 million in 2015) are keen on using invoice as their preferred payment method. PayPal is the popular choice. Other popular methods are invoice, credit card and direct debit. German citizens have shopped online during 2012 up from 53.00 percent in 2008. 85% people access internet in the year 2019. The top 10 online stores in Germany are Amazon (€8.82 billion), Otto (€2.96 billion), Zalando (€1.3 billion), Notebooksbilliger (€752 million), MediaMarkt (€734 million), Lidl (€594 million), Bonprix (€591 million), Cyber port (€533 million), Conrad (€494 million) and Alternate (€472 million).Furniture retailers are increasingly aware of complex consumers decision making.48% consumer go to the stores, 49% purchased in store , 46.00% researched online, 25.00% purchased online. Amazon position in Germany is extremely strong, thanks to the early entry in the market and widespread take up of Amazon prime. But the other players like e-bay and Otto are working hard to compete with Amazon. Germany is not only one of the largest e-commerce markets in Europe, but also in the world, with many well-established participants and strong pressure on prices. New e-commerce consumers arrive all the time, but growth is lower than on markets where e-commerce is not yet as well accepted. Competition is intense due to the high level of maturity. At the same time, purchasing power is strong and the average purchase by German consumers is at a high level.

German e-commerce is dominated by a number of large marketplaces. The two largest are Amazon. de and Otto.de, where Amazon is clearly the leader with a market share of about 50 percent. Amazon is therefore an extremely important channel for e-retailers who want to become established in Germany, especially since many consumers also use the platform as a search engine. Fashion is a popular and important e-commerce category. Regarding e-commerce from abroad, there has not been much of an increase since 2014, which may be because of strong domestic market participants such as Zalando.Hidden fees discourage German consumers the focus on price is less in Germany than in the other European countries, although there are many price comparison services that contribute to price pressures in the market. Instead, clarity is prioritized. German consumers do not like to be surprised by hidden fees and the most important criterion for making e-commerce-related decisions is that the total price, including shipping, must be clearly displayed. Aversion to hidden fees may also result in skepticism toward foreign online stores, probably based on a concern about high shipping costs and unclear delivery terms. Home delivery in daytime accounts for 42.00%, In mailbox accounts for 37.00% and home delivery in evening accounts for 10.00%.Top international marketplaces like Amazon accounts for 83.00%, e-bay accounts for 55.00% and Zalando accounts for 24.00%.

New Entrants in Germany -2017

Name of the company

Country of Origin

Dominant Operational Format

Retail revenue growth

Metro AG

Germany

Discount Store

1.60%

Ceconomy AG

Germany

Electronics Specialty

1.30%

Wumart Holdings

China

Supermarket

10.50%

JD Sports Fashion

UK

Other Specialty

37.20%

A101 Yeni

Turkey

Discount Store

32.70%

NORMA

Germany

Discount Store

4.40%

Wangfujiang Group

China

Department store

46.60%

 

Fastest Growing Retails Stores in Germany

Name of the company

Retail Revenue (USD Million)

Retail revenue CAGR

Retail Growth Rate

Net Profit Margin

Albertsons Companies

59925

74.4%

0.4%

0.1%

Vipshop Holdings Limited

10939

73.8%

37.40%

2.60%

JD.COM

49088

52.40%

39.60%

0.00%

Way fair Inc.

4721

51.0%

39.70%

-5.20%

Lenta Group

6.258

27.10%

19.20%

3.60%

Reliance Industries

10649

44.80%

105.50%

NA

The German e-commerce market is expanding rapidly. During the period 2012-2019 e-commerce grew nearly by 75.00% from EUR 27.60 Billion to EUR 65.10 Billion. As such e-commerce now constitutes around 96.00% of all interactive commerce. Expected turnover is EUR 84.60 Billion in 2023. With 65.00 Million people 80 % of the German population-purchasing online on a regular basis.

Latest Cross border online purchase in 2018

Company Name

%

Others

1%

Apple

1%

ASOS

2%

Zalando

8%

Wish

8%

E-BAY

8%

Alibaba/Aliexpress

14%

Trends of amazon and Alibaba banking on

    • Digitalization and on –the go global finance
    • Increase in global growth
    • Continuing increase in internet penetration

Western Europe continues to dominate the market, with big hitters including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. The advanced infrastructure, as well as high internet use and consumer comfort with ordering online make for healthy e-commerce markets that continue to grow and flourish.

Ecommerce facts & figures:

    • Internet penetration: 91%
    • % of e-Shoppers: 77%
    • X-border shoppers: 25%
    • E-GDP: 3.11%
    • Growth 2016-2017: 9.50%
    • % using Social Media: 41%.

German consumers value familiarity, and are much more likely to purchase from a recognized web shop rather than an international shop. To get around this, foreign retailers should ensure they have a .de domain if possible to instill a bit more trust and familiarity. Additionally, according to German law, consumers have a right to return their online purchases within 14 days with no explanation, which is something to consider when expanding to Germany

Payment Method Preference /Use

Delivery Method Preference/Use

PayPal or similar

DHL

Advance Payment

Hermes

Credit Card

DPD

Purchase on Account

GLS

 

Portion of the people who are purchasing online is 73%

77.00 per cent of internet users in Germany, from the age of ten, ordered goods online in 2015, according to statistics. In comparison to the year 2010, with about 39.00 million private online buyers, this was an increase of approximately 20 per cent. 64.00 per cent of the online customers obtained clothing and sports goods. Almost every other person ordered furniture, toys or other durable goods online.

Trade Statistics

In Germany, 91.00% of the overall furniture import is realized from China, Poland, Czech Republic and Italy. In the year 2014, the global import quota of furniture to Germany was about 58.00%. The polarization of market segments can improve chances for Kosovan furniture exporters. Germany is the largest consumer market in Europe in terms of population size and purchasing power. German consumers are affluent but are as receptive to discount retailers as they are established brand names. More Germans are choosing to research products online prior to purchasing at a store, according to reports. In 2016, Internet users comprised 89.6 percent of the population. In 2019, Germany exported goods to the value of 777.30 billion euros to the Member States of the European Union (EU), while it imported goods to the value of 631.3 billion euros from those countries. Compared with 2018, exports to the EU countries fell by 0.20%, and imports from EU countries rose by 1.30%. Goods to the value of 491.80 billion euros (-0.10%) were dispatched to the Euro area countries in 2019, while the value of the goods received from those countries was 409.10 billion euros (+0.80%). In 2019, goods to the value of 285.50 billion euros (-0.40%) were exported to EU countries not belonging to the Euro area, and the value of the goods imported from those countries was 222.3 billion euros (+2.10%).Exports of goods to countries outside the EU (third countries) amounted to 550.3 billion euros in 2019, while imports from those countries totaled 472.8 billion euros. Compared with 2018, exports to third countries increased by 2.20% and imports from those countries by 1.6%.In December 2019, Germany exported goods to the value of 98.0 billion euros (+2.30% compared with December 2018) and imported goods to the value of 82.80 billion euros (+1.20%).After calendar and seasonal adjustment, exports were up by 0.10% and imports down by 0.70% from November 2019.

 

Category

December 2019

January to December 2019

November 2018

January to December 2018

Foreign Trade

 

 

 

 

Exports

98.0

1327.6

95.8

1317.4

Imports

82.8

1104.10

81.8

1088.70

Foreign Trade Balance

15.2

223.6

14.1

228.7

Supplementary trade items

0.9

13.9

-0.9

-6.0

Trade in goods

16.10

237.5

13.10

222.7

 

In 2019, German exports and imports exceeded the former record highs of 2018. However, foreign trade growth slowed in comparison with previous years: in 2019, Germany exported goods to the value of 1,327.6 billion euros and imported goods to the value of 1,104.1 billion euros. Based on provisional data, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that exports were up 0.8% from 2018. Imports rose by 1.4%. In 2018, exports increased by 3.0% and imports by 5.6% compared with the previous year. In 2017, exports were 6.2% and imports 8.0% higher than a year earlier. In that year, Germany imported furniture worth roughly 1.14 billion euros from Italy.

Top export destinations of office furniture from Germany in 2018:

  • France with a share of 15.50% (1.24 billion US$)
  • Switzerland with a share of 11.30% (906 million US$)
  • Austria with a share of 11.10% (888 million US$)
  • Netherlands with a share of 9.78% (782 million US$)
  • United Kingdom with a share of 7.43% (594 million US$)
  • Belgium with a share of 6.17% (493 million US$)
  • USA with a share of 3.52% (281 million US$)
  • Italy with a share of 3.17% (253 million US$)
  • Spain with a share of 3.13% (250 million US$)
  • Poland with a share of 2.84% (227 million US$)

Top trading partners imports of Germany in 2018:

  • Poland with a share of 25% (1.55 billion US$)
  • China with a share of 15.6% (962 million US$)
  • Italy with a share of 10.7% (662 million US$)
  • Austria with a share of 3.77% (231 million US$)
  • Switzerland with a share of 3.19% (195 million US$)
  • Czech Republic with a share of 3.17% (194 million US$)
  • France with a share of 2.8% (171 million US$)
  • Netherlands with a share of 2.75% (168 million US$)
  • Lithuania with a share of 2.59% (159 million US$)
  • Sweden with a share of 2.41% (148 million US$)

Foreign Trade Values

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

Imports

1207041

1050025

1054891

1162907

1285722

Exports

1494608

1329469

1339647

1448191

1560648

Foreign Trade

84.6

86.1

84.7

87.7

88.7

Trade Balance

291486

275592

279960

285823

262433

 

Sales Figures of Office Furniture

According to official figures, the office, shop and contract furniture segment achieved sales of just under € 3.50 billion with an increase of 6.50 per cent. Office furniture manufacturers achieved a better performance than manufacturers of shop furniture and other contract furniture. The "other furniture" segment showed a decline in sales of 2.60 percent to just under € 6.00 billion. This largest sub-segment of the industry comprises living room, dining room and bedroom furniture as well as small pieces of furniture, non-upholstered seating furniture and furniture components. Domestic sales developed below average in the first ten months of 2018 with a nominal increase of 0.90 percent, while sales sold directly abroad increased by 1.60 percent. On the other hand, the current development of foreign markets makes us much more positive. Exports by the German furniture industry rose by 2.80 percent between January and October 2018. In the first ten months of 2018, 32.60 percent of the furniture produced in Germany went directly abroad. The export ratio has never been higher. At the turn of the millennium it was still a comparatively meager 16.3 percent - its continuous increase is impressive proof of the high international esteem for German furniture. In addition, the high export ratio underscores the importance of foreign business as an important source of sales for our companies. Almost all major non-European markets are currently in positive territory. Between January and October 2018, furniture exports to China alone increased by 21.8 percent compared to the previous year. German furniture exports to the USA also increased by 4.2 percent despite the increasingly protectionist trade policy of the USA. Sales of German furniture in Russia rose for the second year in succession in 2018 after a long period of weakness. Other important growth markets such as Japan, Canada and India also showed positive signs. Within the EU, demand for furniture also increased significantly in 2018 compared with 2017. France was able to assert itself as the most important sales market for furniture "Made in Germany", with German furniture exports increasing by 6.1 percent. Other European markets such as the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, the Czech Republic, Spain and Italy also developed positively. In view of the still unresolved Brexit issues, our main concern is the British market. With a volume of around € 700 million, this market still occupies fifth place in the ranking of the most important export markets of the German furniture industry. From January to October 2018, German furniture exports across the English Channel slumped by 6 percent. Imports developed slightly negatively in the first ten months with a slight drop of 0.3 per cent to a total volume of € 10.6 billion. The decline in furniture imports is evidence of the current weakness in domestic demand in Germany. However, the trend varies from supplier country to supplier country. At 26.3 percent, more than a quarter of all imported furniture now comes from Poland - the import value here rose by 3.4 percent year-on-year to just under € 2.8 billion. At the same time, imports from China - currently in second place in the ranking of the most important supplier countries - fell slightly by 2.3 percent to € 1.6 billion.

Latest News in Office Furniture Market

With the industry wide spread sales, growth of 4.5 percent compared to the previous year, the German office furniture industry ended successfully. The industry has been recording a stable upward trend for years: for the fifth time in a row, annual sales of office furniture have risen. The number of employees at German office furniture manufacturers also grew again – by four percent to around 13,800 compared to 2017. In addition, the order intake was at times so high that in many companies special shifts were required to meet the demand. The statistics recorded a particularly high increase in export . Compared to the previous year, sales on export markets rose by 5.9 percent. The main growth drivers here were office swivel chairs for health-promoting seating. In addition to the main export markets of France, the Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland, demand from Italy, the Benelux countries and Eastern Europe developed particularly well. A drop in demand from the United Kingdom –did not occur despite the impending Brexit in 2018. The export quota averaged 28.1 percent.

Key Market Players of Germany Office Furniture Market

The key prominent players profiled in the report are

  • Kinnarps Holdings,
  • Steelcase,
  • Vitra Holdings AG,
  • Nowy Styl SP,
  • Royal Ahrend,
  • Haworth ,
  • USM Holdings,
  • Sedus Stoll AG,
  • Senator International,
  • Herman Miller,
  • Interstuhl,
  • Dauphin Office Interiors,
  • Lien hard Office Group,
  • Majencia,
  • Bene GMBH,
  • Isku Interior OY,
  • VDB Groep BV,
  • EFG Holdings AB,
  • Holmris Hansen,
  • Top star,
  • Palmberg GMBH,
  • Sokoa Group,
  • Estel Spa, etc

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