According to a meeting of the European Federation of the Parquet Industry, wood flooring sales in the European market were relatively stable during the first three quarters of 2015 compared to the same period in 2014, reported by Fordaq.
It appeares that sales volume in Poland and the United Kingdom increased by 3 percent and 4 to 6 percent respectively. The Netherlands experienced a slight increase of 1 percent as a result of the housing market that has a better outlook than it had in the past seven years.
The sales volume of wood flooring in Finland and Norway decreased an estimated 6–8 percent.
The majority of countries, including Germany, France and Italy, reported that sales volume remained stable.
Refer to the original article for a review of each country.