Global market share analysis of automatic door industry
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Global market share analysis of automatic door industry

This page provides an analysis of the global market share and market size of the automatic door industry. The report also provides a list of major automatic door manufacturers such as Assa Abloy, Nabtesco, dolmakaba, Stanley Black and Decker and others.

Global market share of automatic doors

Using the FY2020 sales of each automatic door company as the numerator and the industry’s market size as the denominator, the automatic door industry’s market share in 2020 is calculated as follows: Sweden’s Assa Abloy ranks first, followed by Switzerland’s dolmakaba and Japan’s Nabtesco.

  • No.1 Assa Abloy 20.6%
  • No.2 dolmakaba 5.9%
  • No.3 Nabtesco 4.6%
  • No.4 Stanley Black & Decker 2.0%
  • No.5 Boon Edam 1.3%
Market Share of Automatic Door (2021)
Market Share of Automatic Door (2021)

Market size

This website assumes a market size of $15 billion for the automatic door industry in 2020. The statistics and research data referred to are as follows . According to the research firm Allied Market Research, the market size of the automatic door industry in 2018 is $22.4 billion. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2019 to 2016.
According to research firm 360 Market Updates, the industry will be worth $4.3 billion in 2020; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 1.8% from 2021 to 2026.

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Overview of the major automatic door manufacturers


Assa Abloy is one of the world's largest lock and door manufacturers, based in Sweden. Assa was spun off from Securitas AB, a major Swedish security company, and later merged with Abloy of Finland in 1994. The founder of Abloy is also famous for inventing the disc tumbler lock.


One of Japan's leading automatic door manufacturers. Nabco and Teijin Seiki, whose origins are in Suzuki Shoten, merged to form Teijin Seiki. It is the largest manufacturer of automatic doors in Japan. Under the brands "NABCO" and "GILGEN," the company offers automatic doors for buildings, automatic doors for special applications, and automatic doors for industrial use in Japan, the United States, Europe, and Asia. In 2011, NABCO acquired the automatic door business (Gilgen Door Systems) from Hippo in Switzerland.


The company was formed in 2015 through the merger of Germany's Dorma and Switzerland's Kaba, both of which are involved in doors and locks. The company operates in the fields of secure doors, locks, smart keys, and certified entrances.

Stanley Black & Decker

Stanley Black & Decker is one of the world's largest power tool manufacturers. The company was born from the merger of Stanley Works and Black & Decker in 2010. The company is listed on the NYSE. It consists of three business segments: Power Tools, Locks, Keys & Security, and Industrial Fastening. Stanley Works was founded in 1843 in Connecticut, USA by Frederick Stanley.

Boom Edam

It is a door manufacturer based in the Netherlands. Its strength lies in revolving doors.


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