In 2013, China's GDP increased by 7.7% YOY. According to IMF, the growth rate of global economy was merely 3%. China remains one of the fastest growing countries in terms of GDP and resident income in recent years. The GDP per capita was approximately USD 6,600 in 2013, far behind that of developed countries. Therefore, Chinese economy shows great potential for growth.
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In 2013, the investment in fixed assets was CNY 44.7074 trillion in China, up by 19.3% YOY. The rapid growth stimulates demand for construction machinery. Consequently, as the global production and demand transfer, China becomes an important market and the manufacturing center of construction machinery with most of the market seized by the foreign-funded enterprises.
In 2013, the sales revenue of construction machinery industry surpassed CNY 600 billion in China, up by over 10% YOY.
The sales revenue of top 50 enterprises accounted for over 80% of the industry while that of XCMG exceeded CNY 100 billion. The annual sales revenue of over 10 manufacturers of construction machinery, including foreign-funded enterprises, surpassed CNY 10 billion.
Investment and M&A remained as the main trend of the industry due to high expectation of market demand. It is noteworthy that Chinese manufacturers of construction machinery are expanding business overseas. Certain Chinese manufacturers with strong competitiveness expand export and operate internationally through M&A and joint ventures. For instance, Weichai Power Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Shandong Heavy Industry Group, purchased shares of KION Group. Liugong Machinery (Poland) sp. z o. o. signed Conditional Acquisition Contract with the asset custody side of ZZN Transmission Plant in Stalowa Wola, Poland. SANY GROUP purchased the remaining 10% shares of Putzmeister and became its 100% shareholder.
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Chinese government is determined to maintain economic growth through structure adjustment and reform instead of investment in fixed assets under the pressure of economy slowdown. The measures are proved to be effective in terms of urbanization. It once referred to an influx of rural migrants to cities that resulted in urban traffic congestion and increasing crime rate. However, current urbanization policies attempt to absorb surplus rural labors through synchronized development of small towns and medium to large cities. The number of small towns is approximately 20,000 in China. It is estimated that new urbanization infrastructure will stimulate demand of CNY 0.4-0.5 million for investment in fixed assets in the next 10 years. Decline of the governmental investment will make room for non-state-owned capital. The annual growth rate of investment in fixed assets like transportation, infrastructure and real estate is expected to surpass 15% in the coming years.
In 2014-2018, demand for construction machinery is estimated to increase outstandingly and create many opportunities for manufacturers at home and abroad.
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Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
- Production and Demand Status of Construction Machinery Industry
- Government Policies of Construction Machinery Industry in China
- Competition Status of Construction Machinery Industry in China
- Analysis of Construction Machinery Sub-industries in China
- Import and Export of Construction Machinery Industry
- Overseas M&A of Chinese Construction Machinery Manufacturers
- Forecast on Construction Machinery Industry in China
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