Global and China Marine Diesel Engine Industry Report, 2014-2015

Date: April 9, 2015
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Global and China Marine Diesel Engine Industry Report, 2014-2015
As the core of the ship equipment, marine diesel engine can be divided into low-speed, medium-speed and high-speed types according to the rotational speed.

Currently, South Korea, Japan and China enjoy about 80% share of the global marine diesel engine market. Among them, South Korea monopolizes the low-speed marine engine market, while Japan and China act as leaders in the medium-speed marine engine market.

A large number of marine diesel engine companies worldwide make use of technology licenses for production and sale, particularly MAN and Wartsila are the world's foremost license providers. In 2014, MAN and Wartsila shared 99% of the global low-speed marine engine market and 77% of the world’s medium-speed marine engine market.

Although as the world's largest shipbuilding country, China is weak in ship supporting capabilities and has to apply the patents of MAN, Wartsila and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to the vast majority of low-speed marine diesel engines. As of the end of 2014, MAN had authorized nearly 20 companies in China, while Wartsila authorized 10 ones and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 3 ones.

Through introduction, digestion and assimilation, China has raised its marine diesel engine production level rapidly, and witnessed the emergence of Hudong Heavy Machinery, CSSC-MES Diesel, Dalian Marine Diesel, Yichang Marine Diesel Engine, Qingdao Haixi Heavy-duty Machinery and other low-speed marine engine protagonists. In 2014, the above five companies boasted total capacity of low-speed marine engines up to 8.5 million horsepower. At the same time, medium-speed marine engine enterprises represented by CSSC Marine Power and Shaanxi Diesel Engine Heavy Industry have also arisen.

MAN is the world's largest low-speed marine diesel engine brand. In 2014, its sales reported EUR14.286 billion, of which EUR3.273 billion stemmed from MAN Diesel & Turbo. In February 2015, MAN signed the 10-year agreements about low-speed two-stroke diesel engine license with China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) and China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC).

Wartsila is known as the world's largest medium-speed marine diesel engine brand. Wartsila runs four marine diesel engine joint ventures in China, namely Shanghai Wartsila Qiyao Diesel Company (WQDC), Wartsila Nantong, Wartsila Yuchai and Winterthur Gas & Diesel (Win GD). Win GD is a joint venture co-founded by Wartsila (holding 30% stake) and CSSC (70% stake), which grasps Wartsila’s two-stroke engine technology, and formally went into operation on January 19, 2015.

Hudong Heavy Machinery is the largest manufacturer of marine diesel engines in China. It enjoyed 51% stake in CSSC-MES Diesel in 2013 and produced 194 marine diesel engines with 4.1 million horsepower in 2014, ranking first in the industry. In January 2015, it delivered the world's first SCR system applied to Win GD’s low-speed engines.

CSSC Marine Power is grown from the merger between Zhenjiang CSSC Equipment and Anqing CSSC Diesel Engine in September 2013. As a leader in Chinese medium-speed marine engine market, the company is capable of annually producing 500 medium-speed marine engines with the bore (cylinder diameter) size of below 320mm and 840,000 horsepower as well as 30 low-speed engines with 300,000 horsepower.

Dalian Marine Diesel produces high-power marine engines for Wartsila and MAN, with annual capacity of 2 million horsepower. In December 2013, Dalian Marine Diesel and W?rtsil? signed an agreement to jointly develop new-generation X92 green marine engines.

The report highlights the followings:
  • Global marine diesel engine market size, regional structure, corporate structure, etc;
  • Policies on marine diesel engine and industrial environment in China;
  • Supply and demand, import & export and competitive landscape of Chinese marine diesel engine market;
  • Development of low-speed and medium-speed marine engines in China;
  • Operation, R & D and development strategies of six global marine diesel engine companies and 17 Chinese counterparts.
1 OVERVIEW OF MARINE DIESEL ENGINE

1.1 Definition
1.2 Classification & Features
  1.2.1 Classification
  1.2.2 Features

2 DEVELOPMENT OF MARINE DIESEL ENGINE WORLDWIDE

2.1 Market Size
2.2 Competition Pattern
  2.2.1 by Country
  2.2.2 by Enterprise

3 DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT OF MARINE DIESEL ENGINE IN CHINA

3.1 Industrial Environment
3.2 Policy
  3.2.1 Industrial Planning
  3.2.2 Trade Policy

4 MARINE DIESEL ENGINE MARKET IN CHINA

4.1 Supply & Demand
  4.1.1 Supply
  4.1.2 Demand
4.2 Import & Export
  4.2.1 Import
  4.2.2 Export
4.3 Competition Pattern
  4.3.1 Regional Pattern
  4.3.2 Corporate Pattern

5 CHINESE MARINE DIESEL ENGINE MARKET SEGMENTS

5.1 Low-Speed Marine Diesel Engine
  5.1.1 Status Quo
  5.1.2 Key Players
5.2 Medium-Speed Marine Diesel Engine
  5.2.1 Status Quo
  5.2.2 Key Players

6 KEY COMPANIES WORLDWIDE

6.1 MAN Group
  6.1.1 Profile
  6.1.2 Operation
  6.1.3 Marine Diesel Engine Business
  6.1.4 Development in China
6.2 Wartsila
  6.2.1 Profile
  6.2.2 Operation
  6.2.3 Marine Diesel Engine Business
  6.2.4 Development in China
6.3 Caterpillar
  6.3.1 Profile
  6.3.2 Operation
  6.3.3 Development in China
6.4 Hyundai Heavy Industries
  6.4.1 Profile
  6.4.2 Operation
  6.4.3 Development in China
6.5 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
  6.5.1 Profile
  6.5.2 Operation
  6.5.3 Development in China
6.6 Doosan Engine
  6.6.1 Profile
  6.6.2 Operation
  6.6.3 Development in China

7 KEY ENTERPRISES IN CHINA

7.1 Hudong Heavy Machinery
  7.1.1 Profile
  7.1.2 Operation
  7.1.3 R & D Capability
7.2 Dalian Marine Diesel
  7.2.1 Profile
  7.2.2 Operation
  7.2.3 R & D Capability
7.3 Yichang Marine Diesel Engine
  7.3.1 Profile
  7.3.2 Operation
  7.3.3 R & D Capability
  7.3.4 Development Strategy
7.4 Weichai Heavy Machinery
  7.4.1 Profile
  7.4.2 Operation
  7.4.3 Project Progress
7.5 CSSC-MES Diesel
  7.5.1 Profile
  7.5.2 Operation
  7.5.3 R & D
7.6 Shaanxi Diesel Engine Heavy Industry
  7.6.1 Profile
  7.6.2 Operation
  7.6.3 R & D Capability
  7.6.4 Development Strategy
7.7 CSSC Marine Power
  7.7.1 Profile
  7.7.2 Operation
  7.7.3 Subsidiary - Anqing CSSC Marine Diesel Co., Ltd.
  7.7.4 Development Strategy
7.8 Zibo Diesel Engine Parent Company
  7.8.1 Profile
  7.8.2 Operation
  7.8.3 R & D Capability
7.9 Henan Diesel Engine Industry
  7.9.1 Profile
  7.9.2 Operation
  7.9.3 R & D Capability
7.10 Others
  7.10.1 Jiangsu Antai Power Machinery Co., Ltd.
  7.10.2 Shanghai Xinzhong Power Machine Co., Ltd.
  7.10.3 Hefei RongAn Power Machinery Co., Ltd.
  7.10.4 CSSC Guangzhou Marine Diesel Co., Ltd.
  7.10.5 ZGPT Diesel Heavy Industry Co. Ltd.
  7.10.6 Ningbo C.S.I. Power&Machinery Group Co., Ltd.
  7.10.7 ZhongJi Hitachi Zosen Diesel Engine Co., Ltd.
  7.10.8 Yuchai Marine Power Co., Ltd

8 DEVELOPMENT TREND OF CHINA MARINE DIESEL ENGINE INDUSTRY

8.1 Problems
8.2 Development Trend

9 SUMMARY AND FORECAST

9.1 Market
9.2 Enterprises
  9.2.1 Global
  9.2.2 China

SELECTED CHARTS

Classification of Marine Diesel Engines
Global Marine Diesel Engine Market Size, 2005-2015
Global Low-Speed Marine Diesel Engine Market Size, 2005-2015
Global Low-Speed Marine Diesel Engine Market Share (by Country), 2013
Japan’s Marine Diesel Engine Output and Revenue, 2009-2014
Japan’s Low-speed Marine Diesel Engine Output and Output Value, 2009-2014
Market Share of Major Global Low-speed Marine Diesel Engine Brands (by Power), 2007-2014
Market Share of Major Global Medium-speed Marine Diesel Engine Brands (by Power), 2007-2014
Three Indicators of Global Shipbuilding, 2010-2014
Memorandum of Understanding Signed between China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry, MAN and W?rtsil?, 2011
NOx Emission Standards for Marine Diesel Engines
Development of Marine Diesel Engines Complying with Tier II Standards in China, 2010-2014
Policies on Marine Diesel Engine in China, 2011-2014
China’s Output of Marine Diesel Engines, 2009-2014
Shipbuilding Completions in China, 2007-2015
Import Volume and Value of Marine Diesel Engines in China, 2008-2014
TOP 10 Import Sources of Marine Diesel Engines in China, 2014
TOP 10 Importers (Provinces/Municipalities) of Marine Diesel Engines in China, 2014
Export Volume and Value of Marine Diesel Engines in China, 2008-2014
TOP 10 Exporters (Provinces/Municipalities) of Marine Diesel Engines in China, 2014
Top 10 Export Destinations of Marine Diesel Engines in China, 2014
Key Production Areas and Representative Companies of Marine Diesel Engines in China
China’s Output of Low-speed Marine Engines, 2011-2015
Output and Market Share of Major Low-speed Marine Diesel Engine Companies in China, 2013
Low-Speed Marine Diesel Engine Manufacturers and Their Technical Copartners in China
China's Output of Medium-speed Marine Engines, 2011-2015
Output of Major Medium-speed Marine Diesel Engine Companies in China, 2009-2014
Medium-speed Marine Diesel Engine Manufacturers and Their Technical Partners in China
MAN's Order Value, 2008-2014
MAN's Revenue and Net Income, 2007-2014
MAN's Revenue Structure (by Business), 2013-2014
Major Operating Indicators of MAN MDT, 2013-2014
Wartsila's Order Value and Revenue, 2007-2014
Wartsila's Order Value and Revenue (by Business), 2009-2014
Wartsila's Revenue (by Region), 2009-2014
Wartsila's Marine Diesel Engines and Applications
Wartsila's Joint Ventures and Sole Proprietorships in China, 2014
Caterpillar's Revenue, 2008-2014
Caterpillar's Revenue (by Business), 2011-2014
Caterpillar's Power System Revenue (by Region), 2010-2014
Business Structure of Hyundai Heavy Industries
Global Network of Hyundai Heavy Industries
Revenue and Net Income of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2010-2014
Revenue Structure of Engine and Machinery Division of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2013
Revenue and Order Value of Engine and Machinery Division of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2006-2014
New Order Structure of Engine and Machinery Division of Hyundai Heavy Industries (by Region), 2007-2014
Major Economic Indicators of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, FY 2010-2014
Business Structure of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, 2014
Energy and Environment Business Structure of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Major Technical Copartners of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Marine Diesel Engines
Competitive Edges of Doosan Engine
Major Economic Indicators of Doosan Engine, 2011-2013
Organizations of Doosan Engine in China, 2014
Diesel Engine Output of Hudong Heavy Machinery, 2007-2014
Revenue and Net Income of Hudong Heavy Machinery, 2009-2014
Marine Diesel Engine Output of Dalian Marine Diesel, 2010-2014
Revenue and Total Profit of Dalian Marine Diesel, 2009-2014
Major Operating Indicators of Yichang Marine Diesel Engine, 2007-2013
Marine Diesel Engines of Weichai Heavy Machinery, 2014
Revenue and Net Income of Weichai Heavy Machinery, 2009-2014
Revenue and Gross Margin of Weichai Heavy Machinery (by Business), 2011-2014
Marine Diesel Engine Output of CSSC-MES Diesel, 2009-2013
Major Operating Indicators of Shaanxi Diesel Engine Heavy Industry, 2007-2013
Revenue and Total Profit of CSSC Marine Power, 2010-2014
Marine Diesel Engine Output of CSSC Marine Power, 2009-2014
Diesel Engine Output of Anqing CSSC Marine Diesel, 2009-2012
Marine Diesel Engines of Henan Diesel Engine Industry
Major Economic Indicators of Henan Diesel Engine Industry, 2012-2013
Diesel Engine Shipment of RongAn Power Machinery, 2010-2014
Marine Gas Engines Launched by World’s Major Manufacturers
Marine Medium-speed Dual-fuel Engines Launched by World’s Major Manufacturers
Marine Diesel Engine Manufacturers Authorized by MAN and W?rtsil? in China
Output and Capacity of Major Marine Diesel Engine Companies in China, 2013
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