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Global and Chinese Mould and Die Industry Report

DUBLIN, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/48stkw/global_and) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Mould and Die Industry Report" report to their offering. 
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Mould, known as "the mother of industry," is developing in the technology and investment-intensive direction. In 2013, China's mould investment reached RMB 1.00186 trillion, which is nearly three times of that in the previous year, and there were more than 20 projects each with an investment over RMB 200 million

It's estimated that China's mould investment will exceed RMB 2.2 trillion in 2015, when the mould market scale will be further expanded, the output is expected to surpass 22.3 million sets, and the sales may exceed RMB174 billion

Meanwhile, China's mould industry pattern is undergoing profound changes, the industry is expanding from developed Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta regions to inland and northern regions, and there have emerged some new mould production clusters such as Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, Changsha, Chengdu-Chongqing, Wuhan, central Anhui, etc. 

According to the statistics of National Bureau of Statistics of China, Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing and central China accounted for 35.3% of China's mould output in 2013, while the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta only produced 18.5%, a decrease of nearly 10 percentage points compared with that in 2011. 

Sichuan Chengfei Integration Technology Co., Ltd. is a leading automotive panel mould enterprise in China, mainly serving Chery, JAC and Changan Ford Mazda, etc. In 2013, it realized revenue of RMB 779 million, 1/3 of which was attributable to automotive moulds. 

Guangdong Greatoo Molds Inc. is a leading automotive tire mould enterprise in China, capable of producing 600 sets of high-precision aluminum alloy radial tire moulds a year. Based on tire mould, the company has continued to extend its product line, to tire curing machine in 2006, and intelligent equipment in 2013, focusing on the development of industrial robots in order to enhance the automation of tire moulds. 


Key Topics Covered: 

1 Overview of Mould

2 Development of Mould Industry Worldwide

3 Development Environment of Mould Industry in China

4 Development of Mould Industry in China

5 Market of Die Steel in China

6 Application Markets of Mould in China

7 Regional Markets of Mould in China

8 Key Enterprises Worldwide

9 Key Enterprises in China

10 Summary and Forecast


Companies Mentioned:

  • Adval Tech
  • Beijing BYD Mould
  • Dongfeng Die & Stamping Technologies
  • FAW Tooling Die Manufacturing
  • Group Reach Mould (Shenzhen)
  • Guangdong Greatoo Molds Inc.
  • Guangdong Shengdu Mould
  • Guangzhou Die and Mould Manufacturing
  • Hella
  • Heyuan Lung Kee Metal Products
  • Ningbo Heli Mould Technology
  • Ningbo Shuanglin Mould
  • Nypro
  • Ogihara
  • Qingdao Haier Mould
  • Roeders
  • Shandong Himile Mechanical Science and Technology
  • Shenzhen Changhong Technology
  • Sichuan Chengfei Integration Technology
  • Suzhou Huizhong Mould and Plastic
  • Tianjin Motor Dies Company Limited
  • Tongling Zhongfa Suntech
  • Wuxi G.S Precision Tool



For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/48stkw/global_and


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


SOURCE Research and Markets

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