Research And Markets: Research Report On Chinese Auto Glass Industry, 2010-2011

Date: 6 May 2010
Source: Businesswire.com
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Research Report on Chinese Auto Glass Industry, 2010-2011" report to their offering.

Research Report on Chinese Auto Glass Industry, 2010-2011”As a major part of the auto body, auto glass takes up about 3% of the gross mass of the vehicle.Auto glass is mainly used in the new vehicle manufacture market and the maintenance market. Therefore, the demand of auto glass is closely related to the production, sales and reserving volume of vehicles. In 2009, the sales volume of the global auto market reduced by about 4.2%. Influenced by the global auto demand decline, the growth rate of the global auto glass industry is slowed down. Nevertheless, the steady growth of the vehicle retain volume provides a huge development space for the auto glass after-sales market. The global auto glass market is highly monopolized. Asahi Glass the world largest glass manufacturer occupies over 1/4 of the shares on the auto glass market. Moreover, giants in the glass industry (Saint-Gobain, Nippon Sheet Glass, etc) also occupy a large part in the global auto glass market.
 
In 2009, Chinese auto production totaled about 13.79 million, rising by 48.30% YOY; the sales volume came up to 13.64 million with the growth rate of 46.15% YOY. In 2009, China surpassed USA for the first time to become the global Top market of new vehicles. China is one of the few markets in the world that maintain growth in the financial crisis.
 
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Date: 6 May 2010
Source: Businesswire.com

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