(PRWEB) June 03, 2014
China Light Truck Industry Report, 2013-2017 released by Sino Market Insight expects China’s light truck output will reach 2.286 million units in 2017.
In 2013, China’s light truck output was 1.795 million units, representing a year-on-year increase of 4.4%; the sales volume went up 4.0% year on year to 1.804 million units; the growth rate of output and sales volume showed an ascending trend instead of the previous declining tendency. From January to April of 2014, China’s light truck output was 672,000, up 3.8% year on year, and sales volume hit 657,000, rising by 0.5% year on year.
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In 2013, Beiqi Foton, JAC, Jinbei, Jiangling and Great Wall Motor ranked as the top 5 light truck enterprises by sales volume in China, contributing 1.051 million units or 58.3% to the total. The state-owned listed company Beiqi Foton sold 389,000 light trucks in 2013, occupying 21.6% market share. Beiqi Foton runs Auman, Auv, Aumark, MP•X, VIEW, CTX, Forland, SUP, Midi, Tunland, LOXA and other brands, covering light trucks, medium and heavy trucks, minibuses, medium and large buses. It enjoys the share of 16.2% in Chinese commercial vehicle market, acting as the largest Chinese commercial vehicle enterprise for nine consecutive years.
The report contains 6 chapters and 75 charts. It introduces China commercial vehicle industry, light truck industry, competition pattern and future trends; analyzes profile, financial indicators, capacity, output, sales volume and development planning of 12 domestic vendors (embracing Beiqi Foton, JAC, Jinbei, Jiangling, Great Wall Motor, Dongfeng Motor).
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Table of Contents
1. Industry’s Macro Environment
1.1 Decelerated Growth in Chinese Economy
1.2 A Drop in Growth Rate of Fixed Assets Investment
1.3 Remarkable Slowdown in Import and Export
1.4 Steady Increase of Social Consumption
2. Overview of Commercial Vehicle Industry
2.1 Definition and Classification
2.2 Relevant Industrial Policies
3 Overview of China Commercial Vehicle Industry
3.3 Import and Export
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4 China Light Truck Industry
4.1 Production and Sales
4.2 Import and Export
4.3 Competition Pattern
5 Incomplete Light Trucks
5.1 Production and Sales
5.2 Import and Export
5.3 Competition Pattern
6 Major Light Truck Enterprises
6.1 Beiqi Foton
6.1.2 Financial Indicators
6.1.3 Operating Revenue Structure
6.1.4 Cost Structure
6.1.5 Automobile Capacity
6.1.6 Commercial Vehicle Production and Sales
6.1.7 Major Clients
6.1.8 Major Recent Projects
6.1.9 Major Supporting Enterprises
China Bus Industry Report, 2014-2017
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According to China Bus Industry Report, 2014-2017 released by SinoMarketInsight, it is predicted that by 2017 the total sales volume of buses in China will exceed 690,000 units, and that in the upcoming several years, the sales volume of buses in China will present an AAGR of 9% or so.
In 2013, large, medium-sized and light buses sold in China totaled 477,000 units, up 12.1% from 2012. In terms of sales volume, Brilliance Jinbei Automobile sold 104,000 buses in 2013, holding 21.8% of the national total and ranking the first, followed by Kinglong Motor Group, JMC, Yutong Bus and Nanjing Automobile. In Q1 2014, the sales volume of buses in China amounted to 112,978 units, rising 13.6%compared with the same period of 2013.
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In point of products, the large buses sold in China totaled 79,067 units in 2013, a year-on-year increase of 5.2%. However, the steady demand from long-distance passenger transportation market and rapid growth in demand from new energy bus market contributed largely to the continued growth of large bus market in 2013. In Q1 2014, the demand from long-distance passenger transportation market shrank, with the sales volume of large buses dropping 5.0% year-on-year.
In 2013, the sales volume of medium-sized buses reached 68,713 units, down 2.1% from 2012, and the downsizing of school buses and the reduced demand from passenger transportation market in rural and urban areas mainly led to the decline in sales volume of medium-sized buses.
Research Report On Yacht Clubs In China, 2014
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The yacht industry is prospering as economy develops in China. Measures are taken by some local governments such as Sanya, Xiamen, Qingdao, Tianjin and Dalian to promote the development of the yacht industry as well as related industries like tourism, catering and accommodation. Normally, services of yacht consumption are provided by yacht clubs, which aim to popularize marine recreation activities and provide members with the places for business and entertainment.
The first yacht club in China was established in the 1990s. There are dozens of large-scale yacht clubs in Qingdao, Dalian, Shanghai, Suzhou and Nanjing. Many yacht clubs are under construction or planning in China.
In April 2014, CRI conducts an investigation on 69 yacht clubs in China, some of which closed down. Some yacht clubs are reconstructed to expand while the others start to sell yachts and lease out berths. Through investigation, CRI got valid data from 40 of them. The investigated yacht clubs mainly locate in Anhui, Fujian, Guangdong, Hainan, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shandong, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Tianjin and Chongqing.
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Major locations of yacht clubs are East China and South China due to the large areas of water. Additionally, developed regions like Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shanghai and tourist attractions like Hainan and Fujian can attract numerous customers. The scale of yacht clubs in Qingdao and Dalian is small compared with those in East China and South China while clubs in Anhui and Chongqing have even smaller scale.
According to CRI, yacht clubs usually charge membership fees and provide services of yacht leasing, maintenance, driver training, navigation and affiliated entertainment. Members of certain yacht clubs, including individuals and enterprises, need to pay annual fees to enjoy all services. Members can rent or purchase yachts, which will be berthed and maintained by the clubs. Some yacht clubs in Qingdao and Dalian are transformed into aquatics centers.
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