Petrochemical
  Phone Storage Card
  Flavoring Industry
  Food Package Service
  Road Intelligent Traffic
  Medical Apparatuses
  Fruit Deep Processing
 
  Real Estate Industry
  Commuication Industry
  Two-layer Kettle
  Eduction & Publication
  Aluminum Nanoparticle
  Natural Gas
  Aquatic Products
  Commerce Industry
  Tourism of Beijing
  Agriculture
  Water Based Varnish
  Coal Activated Carbon
  Post and Telecom Industry
  Transceiver Equipment
  Ultraviolet Based Varnish
 
  Egg Products Processing
  Agriculture
  Beef & Cattle
  Organic Agriculture
  Mutton Sheep
  Water Product
  Eco-Agriculture
  Bean Milk Powder
  Deer Breeding&Processing
  Yoghurt Starter Market
 
  Post and Expres Post
  Track Shoe
  China Air Humi
  Soymilk Machine
  Headset Battery
  IPTV Operation Strategy
  Intelligent Mobile Phone
  Skin Medication Industry
  Educational Funds
  Fluorine Industry
  Mobile Phone Paint Industry
  Spirulina
  Detergent Products
  Luxury Dressing Products
  Crystal Market
  Massaging Product Industry
  Wool Blanket Industry
  Metal Sodium Market
  Salviae Miltiorrhizae Market
  VHF Wireless Telephone
  Airless Spraying Machine
  Barge Market
  Diesel Generators Market
  Mobile Phone Camera
  Color Matching & Blending
  Drinking Machine Industry
  Liquefied Natural Gas
  Silver Products Industry
  Cooperative Software
  Ice Machine Industry
  Grating Digital Display
  China's Mobilephone
  Chinese Cellphone Design
 

Research and Prediction Report on Two-layer Kettle Industry

 Table of content:
Chapter One. Research Scope and Analysis on Developing Enviornment	- 6 -
Section one. Definition	- 6 -
1. Fielf of manufacturing industry	- 6 -
Section two. Analysis on developing environment	- 7 -
1. Relationship with overall economy	- 7 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 9 -
3. Analysis on developing environment in Beijing	- 13 -
Chapter Two. Status Quo of Machinery Industry- 17 -
Section one. Status quo of machinery processing industry	- 17 -
1. Category 	- 17 -
2. Status quo	- 18 -
3. Regional distribution features	- 28 -
Section two. Machinery industry status quo in Beijing	- 28 -
1. Development	- 28 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 30 -
3. Analysis on advantages and disadvantages	- 31 -
Section three. Analysis on major machinery processing enterprises in Beijing	- 33 -
Chapter Three. Status Quo of Chemical Industry	- 35 -
Section one. Status quo	- 35 -
1. Category	- 35 -
2. Status quo	- 36 -
Section two. Status quo of chemical industry in Beijing	- 44 -
1. Status quo	- 44 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 45 -
Section three. Analysis on major chemical enterprises	- 46 -
Chapter Four. Status Quo of Drink Industry	- 48 -
Section one. Status quo	- 48 -
1. Category	- 48 -
2. Status quo	- 49 -
3. Regional distribution	- 54 -
Section two. Status quo of drink industry in Beijing - 55 -
1. Status quo	- 55 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 57 -
3. Analysis on SWOT	- 59 -
Section three. Analysis on major chemical enterprises	- 63 -
Chapter Five. Status Quo of Textile and Textile Machinery Industry	- 64 -
Section one. Status quo	- 64 -
1. Category	- 64 -
2. Status quo	- 64 -
3. Features of regional distribution	- 66 -
Section two. Status quo of textile and textile machinery industry in Beijing	- 67 -
1. Status quo	- 67 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 69 -
3. Analysis on SWOT	- 72 -
Section three. Analysis on major textile and textile machinery enterprises	- 73 -
Chapter Three. Status Quo of Furniture Industry - 75 -
Section one. Status quo	- 75 -
1. Category  - 75 -
2. Status quo	- 76 -
3. Development	- 76 -
Section two. Status quo of furniture industry in Beijing	- 83 -
1. Status quo	- 83 -
2. Analysis on developing environment - 84 -
3. Analysis on SWOT	 - 85 -
Section three. Analysis on major furniture enterprises	- 88 -
Chapter Seven. Status Quo of Printing, Paper-making and Wrapping Industry	- 91 -
Section one. Status quo	- 91 -
1. Category	- 91 -
2. Status quo	- 92 -
3. Regional distribution	- 104 -
Section two. Status quo of printing, paper-making and wrapping industry in Beijing	- 105 -
1. Status quo	- 105 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 106 -
3. Analysis on SWOT	- 107 -
Section three. Analysis on major printing, paper-making and wrapping enterprises	- 109 -
Chapter Eight. Status Quo of Machine Processing Industry	- 110 -
Section one. Status quo - 110 -
1. Category	- 110 -
2. Status quo	- 111 -
3. Regional distribution	- 113 -
Section two. Status quo of machine processing industry in Beijing	- 114 -
1. Analysis on developing environment	- 114 -
2. Analysis on SWOT	- 117 -
Section three. Analysis on major machine processing enterprises	- 117 -
Chapter Nine. Status Quo of Automobile Industry	- 120 -
Section one. Status quo	- 120 -
1. Category - 120 -
2. Status quo	- 120 -
3. Features of regional distribution	- 122 -
Section two. Status quo of automobile industry in Beijing - 124 -
1. Status quo	- 124 -
2. Analysis on developing environment	- 126 -
3. Analysis on SWOT	- 127 -
Section three. Analysis on major automobile enterprises	- 128 -
Chapter Ten. Suggestions on Exploration of Investment and Finance Business	- 130 -
1. Analysis on investment opportunity in manufacturing industry in Beijing	- 130 -
Section two. Analysis on investment risks and suggestions on precaution	- 131 -
Section three. Suggestions on exploration of investment and finance business	- 132 -

List of tables
Table 1. Three component of China¨s manufacturing industry- 8 -
Table 2.Gap between China¨s manufacturing industry and the international manufacturing industry
Table 3. Comparison of average income rate of manufacturing industry in 2007 and 2008	- 11 -
Table 4. Comparison of average profiting rate of manufacturing industry in 2007 and 2008- 11 -
Table 5. Analysis on income profiting rate in 2007	- 12 -
Table 6.  Analysis on average asset profiting rate in 2006- 12 -
Table 7. Land price of Beijing in 2001	- 16 -
Table 8. Comparison of comprehensive index of industrial economic profit of 2007 and 2008
Table 9. Status quo of China¨s manufacturing industry	- 19 -
Table 10. Industries of rapid growth in manufacturing industry	- 20 -
Table 11. Profit of machinery industry in Dec. 2007	- 20 -
Table 12. Growth of engineering products	- 27 -
Table 13. Machinery and electronics in the first three quarters of 2007	- 31 -
Table 14. Major chemical industries and relative products	- 36 -
Table 15. Status quo of chemical market	- 45 -
Table 16. Industrial chain of chemical industry	- 46 -
Table 17. Market scale of drink industry from 2007 to the first half of 2009	- 50 -
Table 18. Trend of drink industry market from 2007 to the first half of 2009	- 51 -
Table 19. Production distribution of drink in 2008	- 54 -
Table 20. Market structure of drink industry	- 56 -
Table 21. Development of dairy industry in 2008	- 57 -
Table 22. Relative policies of food and drink industry	- 59 -
Table 23. Industrial chain of textile and textile machinery industry	- 65 -
Table 24. Production of furniture industry from 2004 to 2009	- 78 -
Table 25. Export of furniture from 2004 to 2009	- 78 -
Table 26. Structure of furniture market - 82 -
Table 27. Percentages of subdivided market of age consumption	- 83 -
Table 28. Development of furniture industry of Beijing in 2008	- 84 -
Table 29. Percentage of imported timber	- 88 -
Table 30. Category of printing industry	- 92 -
Table 31. Industrial value of China¨s printing industry from 2004 to 2008- 96 -
	Table 32. Major manufacturers of oversea printing machinery and technology - 97 -
Table 33. Oversea printing related industries	- 98 -
Table 34. Statistics of import and export of printing products in 2006 (100 million USD)- 99 -
Table 35. Comparision of indexes of subdivided industries of printing industry in 2006
Table 36. Contrast of enterprise structure- 108 -
Table 37. Comparison of industrial added value	- 111 -
Table 38. Rate of self satisfaction of international machine tool market- 114 -
Table 39. Prediction of automobile industry market in 2008	- 122 -
Table 40. Regional distribution of automobile manufacturing industry	- 124 -
Table 41. Analysis on market structure of automobile manufacturing industry in 2009 - 126 -
Table 42. Increase of automobile value	- 128 -
Table 43. Manufacturing industry prediction and investment strategy 

Chapter One. Research Scope and Developing Environment

Section one. Definition

Manufacturing industry is a general name for the industry of raw material (excavation products and agricultural products) processing or reprocessing, and part assembling.

Manufacturing industry can be divided into consumer products manufacturing, capital products manufacturing, light manufacturing and heavy manufacturing, civil manufacturing and military manufacturing, and traditional manufacturing and modern manufacturing. It includes: food manufacturing, drink manufacturing, tobacco manufacturing, textile, clothing, shoes and hats manufacturing, fur and velvet manufacturing, timber processing, wood, bamboo, grass products industry, furniture manufacturing, paper-making and paper products industry, printing, copying, education and sports goods manufacturing, oil processing, nuclear fuel processing, non-metal mineral products industry, ferrous smelting and processing, chemical material and products manufacturing, pharmacy manufacturing, chemical fiber manufacturing, rubber products industry, plastic products industry, non-ferrous smelting and processing, metal products industry, general purpose facilities manufacturing, professional equipment manufacturing, transportation facilities manufacturing, electric machinery and equipment manufacturing, communication, computer and other electronic facilities manufacturing, parts and equipments and culture and office products manufacturing, art products and other manufacturing industry, waste resource and waste material recycling and processing industry. Manufacturing industry belongs to secondary industry.

1. Category

From the development history, manufacturing industry includes two types: processing manufacturing and equipment manufacturing. The most important features of processing manufacturing industry are large quantity, standardized and production line. The most basic competition of processing manufacturing industry is cost price competition. But when the technology has reached a certain level, the quality a certain standard, and if there is no difference between the products, the result of price competition is no profit. In coastal regions such as Shanghai and Guangdong , when the processing manufacturing industry has reacher a certain level, the profits of enterprises declines against the expanding market. Developed countries have also gone through this process. And then they step into differential competition. The competition of equipment manufacturing industry is compeititon of difference of quality, performance, and brands which can virtually bring profit to enterprises. China 's industrialization has entered this phase. Some enterprises have found that the room for manufacturing development is decreasing and are expecting the upgrade of this industry. The report of Sixteenth NPC stated the problem of industrial upgrade. Now the industry is in the phase of transformation from processing domination to equipment manufacturing domination.

A. Processing manufacturing

It is a general name for the industrial brand that processes or reprocesses excavation products, agricultural products, or assembles parts and equipments. It normally refers to smelting, machinery, electronics, chemical, petrochemical, timber processing, building material, paper-making, textile, food and leather industries. The main feature is that its targets are products of previous labor.

High value-added processing manufacturing industrty refers to processing manufacturing branches that produce with high and new technology and skill or materials, suit the oversea economy development and consumption demand change, and produce high end, new typed, top level and fine products. And also include processing manufacturing branches that process low value-added products into high value-added product with special technologies. High value-added processing manufacturing industry is the focus of international competition and also the strategic choice of developing outward economy and strengthening international competitiveness.

B. Equipment manufacturing

Equipment manufacturing is the general name for industy branches that provide facilities and equipment of simple reproduction and enlarged reproduction to departments of national economy, and includes machinery industry (including aviation, cosmomautics, ship and weapon manufacturing) and invested products of electronics. Equipment manufacturing industry includes three aspects:

First is advanced basic machinery, including NC, FMC, FMS, CIMS, industry robots, large integrated circuit and electronic manufacturing equipment.

Second are the basic parts of important machines and electrics, including advanced hydraulic pressure, air-operated, bearings, sealing, modes, cutters, low-voltage electrics, micro-electronics and electric parts, instruments and automatic control systems.

Third are the important sets of machines needed by economic departments (including agriculture, energy, communication, raw material, health, and environmental protection), scientific technology and military production, such as excavation equipment, ferrous metal smelting, civil aviation, communication facilities of express railway, subway or city track bus, buses and ships, environmental protection facilities of sewage, waste processing, equipment need by modernization of agriculture, scientific equipment and pharmacy facilities, advanced large military equipment, and other facilities.

Section two. Analysis on developing environment

1. Relationship with overall economy

The economy development of China in the past 20 years depends heavily on the development of manufacturing industry. And the added value of manufacturing industry takes over 40% of the GDP. Half of China 's avenue comes from manufacturing industry. And it has absorbed half of China 's rural surplus labors. Since 1990s, export of manufacturing industry remains above 80% and obtains 3/4 foreign currence income. China has the obvious advantage in low cost. Therefore, it is a natural choice for China to depend on manufacturing industry for development and the comparative advantage of China is still manufacturing industry. After the accession into WTO, China will develop from large manufacturing country to powerful manufacturing country.

The force of China 's manufacturing industry is from two aspects: one is the domestic demand, such as infrastructure construction and rise of life standard. And the other is the international shift of industry. China 's manufacturing industry takes a great part in GDP, especially the equipment manufacturing industry which has grown into a vital component of the national economy.

China 's manufacturing industry can be divided into three parts and 17 industries. 5 are ligh industry, textile and civil goods which takes 30.24% market shares; the second type also includes five industries and is mainly resource processing, including petrochemical, rubber, non-metal and metal smelting, which takes 34%; the last is machinery and electronics manufacturing, which takes 35.76%. The products of resource processing industry are used in China , such as steel, non-ferrous metal, and oil processing. Products of light industries and machinery are both consumed domestically and exported, the percentage being 50 to 50.

Table 1. Three components of China 's manufacturing industry

The gap between China 's manufacturing industry with international level: first, low productiveness. The current level is less than 40000 USD annually, about 4.38% of the U.S.A, 4% of Japan and 5% of Germany . The resource consumption is serious with heavy pollution. The energy consumption of manufacturing industry is 63% if the nation's and the energy consumption per unit is 20% to 30% higher than the international level. 67.2% of the Co2 emission is from boilers. The second is that the products concentrate at the low end with low added value. The rate of added value is 26.23%, 22% lower than the US , 22% than Japa, and 11% lower than Germany . The exported products are mainly labor intense and low technology products.

Table 2. Gap between China 's manufacturing industry and the international manufacturing industry

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