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China Excavator Industry Performance Discussed in New Huidian Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

15 Apr 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Players in the Chinese excavator marketplace expected sales rebound in 2015, but their expectations did not come true. The demand remained sluggish in January-February 2015, while the market was gloomy.

For instance, cumulative sales of mini-excavators across 27 top manufacturers decreased by approximately 50 percent YoY. Local brands and foreign-funded brands hold almost equal shares. Some of key players in the mini-excavator segment comprise: Kubota, Doosan, HITACHI, and more. In the meantime, cumulative sales of excavator of above 6 tonnes dropped by more than 61 percent YoY.

As of February 2015, the best selling types of excavators included: SY55, SY135C, SY75C, etc.

Annual sales of excavators went down by approximately 18.9 percent in 2014 if compared to 2013.

New research study “Research and Investment Prospect Analysis of China Excavator Industry, 2015-2020” worked out by Huidian Research provides a bird’s eye view of the Chinese excavator market scenario. The report offers a thorough overview of the global excavator industry and covers its performance across key countries. It delves deep into economic development environment in China and covers political environment related to the excavator business in the country. The study looks at industry dynamics and examines market segments. The research report casts light on downstream as well as upstream markets. It highlights the competitive landscape and profiles key enterprise. The study also contains statistics and uncovers future prospects of the market.

Report Details:

Research and Investment Prospect Analysis of China Excavator Industry, 2015-2020
Published: April, 2015
Pages: 70
Price: US$ 2,200.00

More in-demand research reports by the publisher can be found at Huidian Research page


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