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Chinese Automotive Supplier Report 2014

DUBLIN, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hn9nm5/chinese) has announced the addition of the "Chinese Automotive Supplier Report 2014" report to their offering.

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The Chinese Automotive Supplier Report looks at the economics of the automotive industry in China, particularly relating to the supply base. It provides an overview of the macroeconomic environment including vehicle sales, production, imports and exports. In addition, the report looks at OEMs' activity, relations with the supply base. This research utilises IHS Automotive's Light-Vehicle Production Forecasts; the industry standard for automotive forecasting and analysis.

The report also includes an appendix of 213 supplier profiles from China-based suppliers or the Chinese operations of global suppliers. These profiles provide you with relevant data on corporate strategy, investments, product offerings and contact information all built from SupplierBusiness research. Certain profiles also map out relevant automotive manufacturing and R&D locations for the supplier.

Background to this report

The Chinese car market experienced one of the most accelerated expansions ever recorded in the history of the automotive industry, having achieved a six-fold growth over the last decade. In 2002, about 3.3 million cars and light commercial vehicles were sold in China, while in 2012 this figure rose to about 19 million units. Much of this growth is concentrated in the two-year period from 2009 to 2010; two stellar years for the market, as it effectively doubled from levels of eight million in 2008 to over 17 million in 2011 driven by various stimuli. China has emerged as the world's largest car market as a result of this tumultuous two years of new record sales, surpassing the US market, which at the time had just undergone one of the major setbacks in its history.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Economics of the automotive industry in China

  • China macroeconomic overview
  • China light vehicle sales review and outlook
  • China's Light vehicle production review and outlook

Chapter 2: OEMs' activity and supplier management

  • Overview of OEMs' activity and supply base management in China

Chapter 3: Top-10 OEM Overview

  • Volkswagen
  • SAIC-GM-Wuling
  • General Motors
  • Hyundai-Kia
  • Changan
  • Toyota
  • Dongfeng
  • FAW
  • Beijing Auto
  • Great Wall

Chapter 4: Recent developments and outlook for the Chinese supply base

  • Supply base fragmentation
  • Financial review of Chinese suppliers and M&A activity

Chapter 5: Chinese supplier profiles


Companies Mentioned:

  • Aeolus Tire
  • Aerospace Electromechanical
  • Air International Thermal Systems
  • Aisin Seiki
  • Alpine Electronics
  • American Axle & Manufacturing
  • Anhui Jinguang
  • Ankai Axle
  • Asahi Glass
  • Asimco Tianwei
  • Autoliv
  • BWI Group
  • BYD
  • Behr
  • Bengbu Jinwei
  • Benteler
  • Binzhou Piston
  • Borgwarner
  • Bosch
  • Brembo
  • Bridgestone
  • Brose
  • Camel Battery
  • Capital Tire
  • Changchai
  • Changzhou Xingyu
  • Chengshan
  • China Automotive Systems
  • Chongqing Changfeng
  • Chongqing Jieli
  • Chongqing Qinchuan
  • Continental
  • Cummins
  • Dalian Innovation
  • Dana
  • Delphi
  • Denso
  • Dong'An Power
  • Dongfeng Technology
  • Donghua Industrial
  • Double Coin
  • Double Star
  • Eberspaecher
  • ElringKlinger
  • Engley
  • FAWAY
  • Fangda Tegang (former Jiangxi Changli)
  • Faurecia
  • Fawer
  • Federal-Mogul
  • Fengfan
  • Foshan Lighting
  • Fuyao
  • GKN
  • Ganxiang Mirror
  • Gestamp
  • Getrag
  • Giti
  • Gold Phoenix
  • Gongzhuling Zhongda
  • Good Friend
  • Goodyear
  • Guangzhou Motors
  • Guizhou Tyre
  • Hangsheng Electronics
  • Hangzhou Advance
  • Hangzhou ZhongCe
  • Hanil E-Hwa
  • Harman
  • Hefei Axle
  • Hella
  • Henan THB
  • Henan Xingguang
  • Henan Xixia
  • Henan Zhongzhou
  • Honeywell
  • Hongyu Precision
  • Hongyuan
  • Huangshan Jinma
  • Huaqing Machinery Drive shafts
  • Hubei Qixing
  • Hubei Tongda
  • Hyundai Mobis
  • Inteva
  • JTEKT
  • Jiangsu Airship
  • Jiangsu Jiahe
  • Jiangsu Sihong Co.
  • Jiangsu Wenguang
  • Jiangyin Xietong
  • Jinan Worldwide
  • Jinheng
  • Johnson Controls
  • KSPG
  • Koito
  • Kongsberg Automotive
  • Kostal
  • Kunming Yunnei
  • LEONI
  • LYC Bearing
  • Lear
  • Lingchuan Industry
  • Linhai Power
  • Lishen Battery
  • Liuzhou Liuxin
  • Lizhong Wheel
  • Longshan Silicon
  • Magna
  • Magneti Marelli
  • Mando
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Map
  • Map
  • Meritor
  • Mianyang Xinhua
  • Michelin
  • Mikuni Corporation
  • Munjal Showa
  • NHK Sptring
  • NSG (Pilkington)
  • Nanjing Aotecar
  • Nanning Baling
  • Nanyang Cijan
  • Nanyue Injection
  • Neapco
  • Neijiang Jinji
  • Nexteer Automotive
  • Ningbo Huaxiang
  • Ningbo MOS
  • Ningbo Shenglong
  • Ningbo Swell
  • Ningjiang Shanchuan
  • Nordson
  • North Lingyung (formerly Hebei Lingyun)
  • Northeast Industries (formerly Jilin Dongguang)
  • Penglai Wanshou
  • Plastal
  • Prestolite
  • Qingdao Yellowsea
  • Qingte
  • Quanchai
  • Rizhao Xingfa
  • Ruili
  • Ruiming
  • Sailun
  • Sanhua
  • Shaanxi Fast
  • Shandong Aoyou
  • Shandong Gaoqiang
  • Shandong Huijin
  • Shandong Laidong
  • Shandong Linglong
  • Shandong Sangong
  • Shandong Tongchuang
  • Shandong Yunyu
  • Shanghai Baolong
  • Shanghai Daimay
  • Shanghai Diesel
  • Shanghai Sekely
  • Shanghai Songz
  • Shanghai Tractor
  • Shenyang Mitsubishi
  • Shuanghua
  • Shuanghuan (Yizheng)
  • Sichuan Bohong Group
  • Sichuan Haida
  • Somic
  • South China Tire & Rubber
  • Sumitomo Electric
  • Sun Cable
  • TRW
  • TS TRech
  • Takata
  • Tenneco
  • ThyssenKrupp
  • Tianchang Cylinder
  • Tianjin Dies
  • Tianjin Kahou
  • Tianjin Tanhas
  • Tianxing Instrument
  • Tongli Wheel
  • Trailermaster
  • Valeo
  • Visteon
  • Wangfeng
  • Wanxiang
  • Webasto
  • Weichai
  • Weifang Heng'an
  • Wenzhou Guansheng
  • Wuxi Weifu
  • Xi'an Brakes
  • Xiamen Sunrise
  • Xingda
  • Xuchang Yuandong
  • YAPP
  • Yangjiang Baomali
  • Yangzhou Shenzhou
  • Yazaki
  • Yihe Axles
  • Yuchai
  • Yunnan Xiyi
  • ZF
  • Zhejiang APG

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hn9nm5/chinese


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