White Goods


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White Goods

Durable goods, generally purchased for household or office use. Examples include refrigerators, microwaves and air conditioners. They are called white goods because, historically, they have been available only in white.
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Beko is the second largest brand in Europe in the white goods sector and has been the fastest growing brand in overall European market in the last seven years.
White goods are, but not limited to, large worn-out, or broken household and/or industrial appliances such as refrigerators, ranges, washers, dryers, water heaters, freezers and other ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
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Based on the information, Chen indicated that Sharp will mainly look to take advantage of Hon Hai's production to expand its market share in the Chinese market for white goods, given the fact that the Japanese brand vendor posts sluggish sales there presently.
Abu Dhabi Panasonic is pinning its hopes on home appliances, or so-called white goods, to boost its market share in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) to six per cent this year.
The company sussessfully branched out into white goods and in the Sixties there was even a Hotpoint centre in London with demonstrations, lectures and films on how to use the latest gadgets.
With nearly 3,600 dealer and 600 after sales service points, Arcelik hosts the largest services network in Turkey, retaining its leadership position in the white goods, LCD TV and air conditioner markets in 2009.