China Rail Transit Air Conditioning Report, 2009 2010

China Rail Transit Air-Conditioning Report, 2009-2010



With the increasing investment in rail transit infrastructure in China, particularly in vehicle procurement, the output of passenger vehicles, locomotives and subway trains showed explosive growth in 2009, which fueled the substantial growth of rail transit air-conditioning market. The output capacity of rail transit air-conditioners in China reached 31,500 sets in 2009, up 14.5% from a year earlier.


Railway and urban rail transit have higher requirement on the qualification of producing air-conditioning products, and the manufacturers can not enter Chinese urban rail transit market without obtaining product testing certificates and the running reports. In 2009, the top five manufacturers in the production of air-conditioners for railways and subways held more than 90% market shares, of which, Shijiazhuang King Transportation Equipment Co., Ltd accounted for around 35% of total output capacity, reaching about 11,000 sets per year. Table Of Contents: 1 Status Quo of China’s Rail Transit Air-Conditioning Industry 1.1 Classification of Rail Transit Air-conditioner 1.1.1 For Railway Passenger Car 1.1.2 For Subway Passenger Compartment 1.1.3 For Light Rail Passenger Compartment 1.1.4 For Locomotive Cab 1.1.5 For Other Vehicles 1.2 Development Overview 1.2.1 Industry Policies & Technical Standards 1.2.2 Status Quo of Industrial Development 2 Developments of Relevant Industries, 2009 2.1 Railway & Subway 2.2 Vehicle 3 China’s Rail Transit Air-Conditioning Market, 2009 3.1 Supply 3.2 Demand 3.3 Supply & Demand Analysis 3.4 Competition of Key Manufacturers 4 Key Manufacturers 4.1 Shijiazhuang King Transportation Equipment Co., Ltd 4.1.1 Company Profile 4.1.2 Market Share & Product Series 4.1.3 Operation 4.1.4 Competitive Edge 4.2 Guangzhou Zhongche Railway Vehicles Equipment Joint-Stock 4.2.1 Company Profile 4.2.2Market Share & Product Series 4.2.3 Operation 4.2.4 Competitive Edge 4.3 Shanghai Faiveley 4.3.1 Company Profile 4.3.2 Operation 4.3.3 Competitive Edge 4.4 New United Air-conditioning System (Jiangsu) 4.4.1 Company Profile 4.4.2 Operation 4.4.3 Competitive Edge 4.5 Merak Jinxin Air-Conditioning Systems (Wuxi) 4.5.1 Company Profile 4.5.2 Market Share & Products 4.5.3 Competitive Edge 5 China’s Rail Transit Air-Conditioning Development Trends, 2010-2012 5.1 Market Capacity 5.2 Competition Pattern 5.2 Technology Development China Rail Transit Air-Conditioning Report, 2009-2010

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