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China Vehicle Retarder & Electric Scooter Industry 2014-2018 Market Research Reports offers "Research and Forecast of China Electric Scooter Industry, 2014-2018" and "Research and Investment Prospect of China Vehicle Retarder Industry, 2014-2018" market reports in its store.

DALLAS, March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Research and Investment Prospect of China Vehicle Retarder Industry, 2014-2018 report available at says vehicle retarders have become the standard configurations in some developed countries, while the installation rate of vehicle retarders in China is very low compared with developed countries. Currently the installation rate of vehicle retarders used in middle and large-sized passenger cars is about 80%, and the installation rate of vehicle retarders in heavy-duty trucks is less than 5% on account of safety awareness and retarder cost. Although new national standards released in 2012, heavy-duty truck retarder market is not optimistic as expected


In 2013, the sales revenue of vehicle retarders in China was about CNY 2.1 billion. With the perfection of relevant national policies in the future and the increase of safety awareness, heavy-duty truck retarder market may be opened in the year of 2016.

In China, the main passenger car used retarders are eddy current retarder and hydrodynamic retarder. Domestic eddy current retarders are mostly concentrated in the low-end market, while Telma, Voith and other foreign-funded enterprises occupy the medium and high-end retarder market. With the increase of localization of foreign products, the product line will extend downward; while domestic enterprises started to enter the high-end product market; the competition between China and foreign counterparts become fiercer, especially in the medium-end retarder market.

As for the technology aspect, eddy current retarders are common in China's market at present, accounting for 80% of the market share, and mainly used for medium and large-size passenger cars; while hydrodynamic retarders occupy about 20% of the market share and have obvious performance in trucks.

Companies mentioned in Research and Forecast of China Electric Scooter Industry, 2014-2018 report include Shenzhen Terca Technology Co., Ltd., Telma Automobile Brake System (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Voith Turbo (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Ruili Group (SORL) and Jiaxing City Newman Machinery Co., Ltd. Order a copy of this report at .

Research and Forecast of China Electric Scooter Industry, 2014-2018 report available at mainly conducts in-depth market research on electric scooter market in the following aspects: market scale, supply and demand, market competition and business performance of major enterprises, meanwhile it makes a prediction about electric scooter industry and provides decision-making references for investors.

In 2013, the demand volume of electric scooters in China reached 1.05 million units, an increase of 31.25% year-on-year. In current electric scooter market, the products mainly serve for the elderly, the disabled and home women; with the deepened population aging degree and the increased consumption level, the demand for electric scooter is also growing increasingly.

Companies mentioned in Research and Forecast of China Electric Scooter Industry, 2014-2018 report include Feishen Group Co., Ltd., Jinhua ACEME Electric Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Ripu Electronic Science and Technology Co., Ltd., Wisking Electromechanical Product Co., Ltd. and Xuzhou Maston Mobility Co., Ltd. Order a copy of this report at .

Table of Contents for Report "Research and Forecast of China Electric Scooter Industry, 2014-2018" include:

1. Overview of China's Electric Scooter Products
1.1 Product Brief Introduction
1.1.1 Brief Introduction
1.1.2 Composition
1.1.3 Advantages
1.2 Classification

2. Electric Scooter Situation in Foreign Countries and Taiwan
2.1 Foreign Countries
2.2 Taiwan

3. Environment of China's Electric Scooter Industry
3.1 Economic Environment
3.2 Industry Relevant Policies, Standards, Laws and Regulations

4. Characteristics of Electric Scooter Industry
4.1 Concentration Ratio
4.2 SWOT
4.3 Industry Chain
4.4 Competitive Landscape

5. Supply and Demand in China's Electric Scooter Market
5.1 Supply Situation
5.1.1 Supply Situation
5.1.2 Main Brands
5.2 Demand Situation
5.3 Demand Factors
5.4 Price Situation
5.4.1 Price
5.4.2 Factors Affecting the Price
5.4.3 Price Trend

6. Overview of China's Low Speed Electric Vehicle
6.1 Brief Introduction
6.1.1 Product Introduction
6.1.2 Main Products and the Introduction
6.2 Development Situation in China
6.3 Overview of China's Main Manufacturers
6.4 Market Situation of Four-wheel Low Speed Electric Vehicle Market and the Forecast
6.4.1 Current Application Situation
6.4.2 Domestic Market
6.4.3 International Market

7. Import and Export of China's Electric Scooters
7.1 Import and Export
7.2 Sources of Import and Destinations of Export

8. Technological Development of Electric Scooter Products
8.1 Technological Development Situation
8.1.1 Relevant Domestic Patents
8.1.2 Research Situation
8.2 Technological Development Direction
8.2.1 Technological Maturity in China and Technological Difference between China and Foreign Countries
8.2.2 Technological Development Direction

9. Main Enterprises and Competitive Landscape in China's Electric Scooter Industry
9.1 Feishen Group Co., Ltd.
9.1.1 Company Profile
9.1.2 Company Strength
9.1.3 Independent R&D Situation
9.1.4 Business Performance
9.2 Jinhua ACEME Electric Co., Ltd.
9.2.1 Company Profile
9.2.2 Company Strength
9.2.3 Development Trend
9.2.4 Business Performance
9.3 Zhejiang Ripu Electronic Science and Technology Co., Ltd.
9.3.1 Company Profile

9.3.2 Company Strength
9.3.3 Business Performance
9.4 Wisking Electromechanical Product Co., Ltd.
9.4.1 Company Profile
9.4.2 Company Strength
9.4.3 Business Performance
9.5 Xuzhou Maston Mobility Co., Ltd.
9.5.1 Company Profile
9.5.2 Company Strength
9.5.3 Business Performance
9.5.4 Development Strategy

10. Development Forecast and Investment Prospect of China's Electric Scooter Industry
10.1 Forecast of Supply, 2014-2018
10.2 Forecast of Demand, 2014-2018
10.3 Main Development Direction

11. Investment Suggestions and Opinions from the Experts
11.1 Investment Opportunity
11.1.1 Market Space
11.1.2 Industry Development Trend
11.2 Investment Risk
11.2.1 Horizontal Competition Risk
11.2.2 Market Trade Risk
11.2.3 Influence of Industry Policy Changes
11.3 Risk Precautionary Measure and Industry Coping Strategy
11.3.1 Precautionary Measure for Horizontal Competition Risk
11.3.2 Actively Develop Upstream Sellers and Downstream Consumers to Reduce Market Risk
11.3.3 Coping Strategy of Enterprises

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