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Global and Chinese Glass Lens Industry Report 2013

DUBLIN, Ireland, January 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/k5jl7n/global_and) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Glass Lens Industry Report 2013"report to their offering. 


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The 'Global and Chinese Glass Lens Industry Report 2013' is a professional and in-depth research report on the global glass lens industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.

The report first provides basic information on the glass lens industry including definitions, classification and applications for natural material, glass lens, resin lens and special lens. Industry chain structure is also provided as well as market development outlook, status and regulations. 

The report next looks at glass lens manufacturing technology and processes including thermal and cold processing, lens coating processes, custom lens manufacturing and general equipment. Glass lens productions, supply, sales, demand, market status and forecast analysis is also offered.

A key feature of the report is the introduction of 38 industry players providing capacity production, price, cost, profit margin, production value and company information. Finally the report analyzes the feasibility of a 20 Million Pieces/Year resin lens project and offers overall research conclusions.

With 243 tables and figures the report provides key statistics on the state of the market. This resource facilitates customers in development planning and investment decision-making in the glass lens industry. 


Key Topics Covered: 

Chapter One Glasses Lens Industry Overview
1.1 Definition
1.2 Classification And Application
1.3 Glasses Lens Specifications Explanation 
1.4 Industry Chain Structure
1.5 Development Outlook

Chapter Two Glasses Lens Manufacturing Technology And Process 
2.1 Glasses Lens Manufacturing Process Overview 
2.2 Glass Lens Manufacture 
2.3 Resin Lens Manufacture 
2.4 Glasses Lens Coating Process 
2.5 Custom Lens Process 
2.6 Glasses Lens Manufacturing Equipments 

Chapter Three Glasses Lens Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status And Forecast 
3.1 Global Glasses Lens Production Overview 
3.2 China Glasses Lens Production Overview 
3.3 Global And China Glass Resin Lens Production Market Share 
3.4 Global And China Different Materials Resin Lens Production Market Share 
3.5Global And China Glasses Lens Demand 
3.6 Glasses Lens Supply Demand And Shortage 
3.7 Glasses Lens Cost Price Production Value Profit Margin 
3.8 China Glasses Lens Import Export Consumption 

Chapter Four Glasses Lens Key Manufacturers 

Chapter Five China 20 Million Pieces/Year Resin Lens Project Feasibility Analysis 
5.1 China 20 Million Pieces/Year Resin Lens Project Opportunity Risk Analysis 
5.2 China 20 Million Pieces/Year Resin Lens Project Feasibility Analysis 


Companies Mentioned:

  • Ailun Optical
  • Aomei Optical
  • Carl Zeiss
  • Daemyung Optical
  • Darwin Optical
  • Essilor
  • Gkb Hi-Tech
  • Governor Optical
  • Hongchen Optical 
  • Indo
  • Just Optical
  • Kangmeida Optical
  • Leez Optical
  • Mingyue Optical
  • Polycore
  • Rodenstock
  • Schuman Optical
  • Seiko
  • The Norville Group
  • Tianhong Optical
  • Vis Giant Optical
  • Vision-Ease Lens
  • Wanxin Optical
  • X-Cel
  • Younger Optics
  • Yuzhou Optical


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/k5jl7n/global_and


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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