China Container Industry to Show Sustainable Development, Forecasts CRI in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com26 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The history of the Chinese container manufacturing industry dates back from 1980s. This local industry dominated the world’s one on terms of both production and sales volume over the period 1993-2016.
As of 2014, the output volume of metal containers amounted to more than 130.1 million cubic meters in the country, an increase by approximately 27% Y-o-Y.
CIMC is the number one container manufacturer globally. Some other important players are Orient International, CXIC and Singamas Group.
Foreign economic and trade business have been developing swiftly in the country over the recent years. For instance, the total volume of import and export trade was estimated at CNY 11 trillion in 2005, and it rose to CNY 26 trillion in 2014.
The world’s reserves for containers are expected to continue increasing in the upcoming years.
The export volume of container goods in the country accounts for approximately 25% of the total world’s container export volume.
The Chinese container manufacturing industry is set to develop sustainably in the upcoming years, with its growth encouraged by the demand increase.
New research report “Research Report on China Container Industry, 2017-2021” drawn up by CRI offers a comprehensive discussion of the Chinese container industry. The study provides a 360-degree overview of this industry. It delves deep into the development environment.
The report scrutinizes supply and demand dynamics and touches upon pricing trends. The research study draws up a detailed picture of the competition in this space. It limelights barriers to entry and exit, looks at the competitive structure of the Chinese industry and examines competition inner to this industry.
The research report covers sub-industries, as well. The study also casts light on key enterprises and prospects this industry has for the years to come.
- all-round overview of the space;
- coverage of the development environment;
- insights into operation status;
- exploration of the competitive landscape;
- company profiles;
- future outlook.
More new research studies by CRI are available at its page.