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China Automotive Engine Oil Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018

DUBLIN, March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research  and  Markets ( has announced the addition of the "China Automotive Engine Oil Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018" report to their offering.
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During last decade China has emerged as a global manufacturing hub and the world's largest automotive market. The growing industrialization and commercialization across the country are adding to the vehicle population. While the industrial development is adding to the demand for commercial vehicles, the increasing population is contributing to the growth of passenger vehicles market. The increasing automotive market in the country is contributing to the growth of engine oil market. The market for China's engine oil is growing twice as fast as the global engine oil market. China has the largest fleet of motorcycles and commercial vehicles globally which again highlights the potential of engine oil's rising demand.

According to China Automotive Engine Oil Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018, the market for automotive engine oil in China has observed tremendous growth as a result of increasing automotive sales. The automotive engine oil market revenues are expected to grow at the CAGR of 11% till 2018. The declining sale of motorcycles is one of the biggest concerns for the industry as it is affecting the OEM sales of this segment. However, the shift of motorcycle users to passenger cars is expected to balance out the situation. The Chinese government is concerned about the increasing numbers of motorcycles and heavy commercial vehicles in the eastern and northern parts of the country, but plans to increase the number of commercial vehicles in southern and western parts of the country which is expected to increase sales of engine oils in these regions. The government is continually focusing towards Cleaner Transport. The government has taken certain measures to curb emissions, such as the increasing the number of electric and hybrid vehicles. These vehicles need more maintenance and synthetic engine oil. These hybrid and electric vehicles are further expected to boost the market for automotive engine oils in the country.

Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with automotive engine oil manufacturers and Channel Partners. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of databases such as company annual reports, financial reports and proprietary databases.

Key  Topics  Covered:

1. Analyst Briefing

2. Global Automotive Engine Oil Market Outlook

3. China Automotive Engine Oil Market Outlook

4. China Passenger Car Engine Oil Market Outlook

5. China Two Wheeler Engine Oil Market Outlook

6. China Commercial Vehicle Engine Oil Market Outlook

7. Distribution Analysis

8. Market Dynamics

9. Policy & Regulatory Landscape

10. Market Trends & Developments

11. China Economic Profile

12. Competitive Landscape

13. Strategic Recommendations

14. Research Methodology

Companies  Mentioned:

  • BP (China) Holdings Limited
  • Chevron (Tianjin) Lubricant Co., Limited
  • ExxonMobil
  • FUCHS Lubricants (China) Co. Ltd.
  • JiangSu Lopal Petrochemical Company Limited
  • PetroChina Company Limited
  • Petronas Marketing China Company Limited
  • Shell (China) Limited
  • Sinopec Lubricant Company
  • Total Lubricants China Co., Limited

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

SOURCE Research and Markets

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