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|February 17, 2014 08:32 AM EST||
NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Research and Investment Prospect Analysis of China's Excavator Industry, 2013-2017
In 2012, 115658 sets of excavators were sold in China, reduced by 62694 sets compared with 178352 sets in 2011, year-on-year decrease of 34.3%. Since 2013, with economic recovery step by step and the construction of highway, real estate and railroad, which boost the demand of excavators, Chinese excavator market will be further expanded due to large-scale infrastructure construction that promoted by Chinese government and prosperous investment in real estate industry. There is a good prospect for excavator industry, because the demand of excavators will increase year by year along with the quickening economic construction and increasing construction projects in central and western regions.
Excavators have become the fastest growing machines in China's construction machinery industry, which placed an important role. According to sales status in 2012, domestic brand market shares continued to rise to 46.36%. While Japan and South Brand market shares continued to drop to 24.43% and 16.27% respectively; European brands remained stable with market share 12.95%.
For reducing environmental pollution, at present, different countries' governments formulated policies and laws for compulsory emission targets of motor vehicle so as to prohibit the sale and use of motor vehicles that emissions exceeded. In recent years, China also brought forward series of relevant regulations in accordance with international standards gradually. In the future, excavator products will take energy-saving and cost-reducing development direction.
Huidian Research takes a view that excavator market will be further expanded as continuing investment in affordable housing, the further implementation of development strategy in western regions and water conservancy construction as well as further transformation of transportation construction. In 2013-2017, the annual average growth will up to about 12%, it estimates that the sales value of excavators will reach CNY 170 billion in 2017.
Table of Contents
1. Overview of Excavator
1.2 Classification and Composition
1.3 Historical Review
2. Status Quo of Global Excavator Industry
2.1 Development Review of Global Excavator Industry
2.2 Excavator Industry in Key Countries
2.2.4 South Korea
2.3 Technological Development Trend in Global Excavator Industry
3. Macro Economic Analysis in China
3.1 Economic Development Environment in China
3.1.1 Macro Economic
3.1.3 Fixed Asset Investment
3.1.4 Total Export-Import Value and Growth Rate
3.2 Policy Environment of Excavator
3.2.1 Macro Policy Analysis
3.2.2 Relevant Policy of Excavator Industry
4. Dynamic Analysis for China's Excavator Market
4.1 Market Operation
4.2 Existing Problems
5. China Excavator Industry Segmentation — Mini-Excavator
5.1 Development Status of China's Mini-Excavator Market
5.2 Problems of Mini-Excavator
5.3 Affecting Factors of Mini-Excavator Industry in China
5.3.1 Favorable Factors
5.3.2 Risk Factors
6. China Excavator Industry Segmentation — Hydraulic Excavator
6.1 Market Development of Hydraulic Excavator in China
6.1.1 Development Status
6.1.2 Hydraulic Excavator Market Operation in China
6.2 Future Development Trend
7. Trend Analysis of China's Other Excavator Products
7.1 Large and Medium-Sized Excavators
7.1.1 Development History
7.1.2 Development Status
7.2 Wheel Excavator
7.3 Agricultural Excavator
7.3.1 Status Quo of Agricultural Excavator
7.3.2 Existing Problems
7.3.3 Primary Development Direction in the Future
8. Upstream Raw Material Market of Excavator Industry in China
8.1 Nonferrous Industry
8.2 Iron and Steel Industry
8.2.1 Market Status of Iron and Steel Industry in China
8.2.2 Influences on Excavator Manufacturing
8.3 Trend of China's Hydraulic Sealing Component
9. Downstream Industry Development Status of China's Excavator Industry
9.1 Real Estate Industry
9.2 Railway Transportation Construction
9.3 Mining Industry
10. Competitive Landscape of China's Excavator Industry
10.1 Competitive Status
10.2 Concentration Ration
11. Key Enterprises in China
11.1 Sany Heavy Industry Co., Ltd.
11.1.1 Company Profile
11.1.2 Business Performance
11.2 Taiyuan Heavy Industry Co., Ltd.
11.2.1 Company Profile
11.2.2 Business Performance
11.3 Hunan Sunward Intelligent Machinery Co., Ltd.
11.3.1 Company Profile
11.3.2 Business Performance
11.4 Changlin Company Ltd.
11.4.1 Company Profile
11.4.2 Business Performance
11.5 Guangxi LiuGong Machinery Co., Ltd.
11.5.1 Company Profile
11.5.2 Business Performance
11.6 Xuzhou XCG John Deere Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
11.6.1 Company Profile
11.6.2 Business Performance
12. Development Prospect and Trend of China's Excavator Industry
12.1 Future Development Prospect
12.2 Development Prospect of Excavator Enterprises
12.3 Development Trend of Excavator Industry
Sany Heavy Industry Co., Ltd.
Taiyuan Heavy Industry Co., Ltd.
Hunan Sunward Intelligent Machinery Co., Ltd.
Changlin Company Ltd.
Guangxi LiuGong Machinery Co., Ltd.
Xuzhou XCG John Deere Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
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