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Concise Analysis of the Chinese Diesel Engine Industry - Forecast to 2016

DUBLIN, Feb. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/84r33h/china_diesel) has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the Chinese Diesel Engine Industry - Forecast to 2016" report to their offering.

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China Diesel Engine Industry Report 2013-2016 predicts that China will produce 2.82 million automotive diesel engines in 2016.

Acting as key roles in China machinery industry, diesel engines have been used in automobiles, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, ships, diesel locomotives, geology, oil drilling rigs, military, general equipment, mobile and backup power plants and other equipment widely. At present, Chinese diesel engines mainly refer to the ones applied to automobiles, ships and agriculture.

In 2012, China's automotive diesel engine output and sales volume hit 3,320,805 and 3,395,241 respectively, representing the respective year-on-year decline rate of 7.49% and 9.53%. From January to June of 2013, the output and sales volume were 1,939,237 and 1,952,932 separately, up 10.86% and 6.60% each. In 2012-2013, the growth of the output and sales volume slowed down under the influence of China's macro-economy.

Chinese automotive diesel engine manufacturers are roughly divided into three types: first, the enterprises engaged in the production of a full range of models, such as Yuchai, Wuxi Diesel Engine Works and Dongfeng Cummins; second, the ones focusing on medium and heavy-duty engines (six-cylinder), represented by Weichai Power, Sinotruk Jinan Power and Shanghai Diesel Engine; third, the ones specializing in medium and light-duty engines (4-cylinder), including Yunnei Power, Anhui Quanchai, Chaoyang Diesel, JMC, Weichai Power Yangzhou Diesel Engine and DEUTZ (Dalian) Engine.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Macro-economic Environment in China, 2011- 2013

2 Overview of Chinese Diesel Engine Development

3 Automotive Diesel Engine

4 Marine Diesel Engine

5 Agricultural Diesel Engine

6 Major Enterprises

Companies Mentioned:

  • Beiqi Foton Motor
  • CNHTC Jinan Truck.
  • CSSC
  • Changchai Company,Limited
  • China Shipbuilding Industry Company Limited
  • Dongfeng Automobile
  • Dongfeng Chaoyang Diesel
  • Faw Car
  • First Tractor Company Limited
  • Guangxi Yuchai Group
  • Huayuan Laidong
  • Jiangling Motors
  • Quanchai
  • Shanghai Diesel Engine
  • Weichai Power
  • Yunnei Power

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/84r33h/china_diesel

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

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