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M&A Analysis and Research on Garment Industry of China

Abstract:

1. Status quo and background of M&A in China 's garment industry
2. M&A motive in China 's garment industry

Few cases of M&A domestically to foreign counterparts can be explained with preponderant processing companies in China for foreign costume firms as up-stream sector. Within the context of full open and abrogation of international quota, China 's company is doomed to be in dire straits with cheap cost. M&A in domestic companies have manifested in many aspects:

A. keep abreast with international competition in response to transformation of costume industry in world arena where to compete in overseas has been the goal and proves productive to garment firms.

B. M&A helps optimize corporate structure, set clear duty on the line between ownership and management, reconfigurate industrial resources and mitigate pernicious dog-fight.

C. M&A over up-stream company for putting hands on resources.

3. M&A trend of China 's garment industry

Garment industry is a promising sector crossing the spectrum. China is the nation with the biggest spending in clothing. Low threshold in this sector means not too critical for technology. Market demand has been shifting from quantity to quality and diversification. The scope of business runs gamut from formal suit and evening wear to individualized dress as general-oriented design way up to multi-facets solution. Foreign transaction has been on the crescendo in holistic approach under globalization.

The opportunity and challenge come together in age of world economy. The possibility of international M&A hinged on scale and market advantage in China 's garment industry differentiates it from other industries in terms of sector reshuffle. M&A on the world stage will add high value in both markets home and broad. On one hand, China 's sector will stand a chance to have a horizontal dialogue with foreign companies while obtain resources from images of brand, design capability, consumer acceptability and marketing network. Back home, a Chinese company will became a nimble player endowed with core competitiveness after acquiring foreign brand. The M&A case will shine a spotlight for a Chinese company in image promotion. We found number of character in M&A trend as followed:

A. Big firm takes over medium and small one

B. Tycoon emerged with regional M&A in garment industry

C. M&A by China 's firms in overseas will be rumbling on. By so doing, it will be internationally accepted and manage to circumvent trade barrier.

D. Escalation of M&A from foreign company towards China 's counterparts as to get a processing basis far from uncertainty and with low-budget as well.

E. there has been a spike in diversified expansion by big domestic company who keenly felt pressure from self development. Therefore, possibility for diversified expansion can be sought through accumulating capital.

Top list in China 's garment industry

Trademark

Items

Patentee

HONGDOU

Clothing

Hongdou Group Co.

Youngor

Clothing

Youngor Group Co., Ltd

Erdos

Clothing

Inner Mengolia Erdos Cashmere Group Corporation

Threegun

Knitted apparel, underwear

Shanghai Threegun Group Co., Ltd

Conch

T-shirts

Shanghai Conch Apparel Co., Ltd.

Shi Qi

Suit

Inner Mengolia Shi Qi Group

Bosideng

Downwear

Jiangsu Kangbo Group Corporation

Hubao

T-shirts

Jiangsu Hubao Group Co., Ltd

Shanshan

Clothing

Ningbo Shanshan Co., Ltd

YAYA

Down clothes

Jiangxi Gingqing Down Industry

Mailyard

Clothing

Hubei Mailyard Textile & Garment Industrial (Group) Co.

Tianshan

Woolen products

Xinjiang Tianshan Woolen Textiles Co., Ltd

kingdeer

Woolen products

Inner Mongolia kingdeer Cashmere Group Corporation

Wensli

Silk

Wensli Group Co., Ltd.

AB

Downwear

AB Group Co., Ltd

Busen

T-shirts

Zhejiang Busen Group Co.,Ltd.

Lanyan

Denim & Jeans,

Lanyan Group Co Ltd.

Dawn

Clothing

Shenyang Dawn Garments Group Corp.

Yeliya

Clothing

China Yeliya Group

Kaikai

Clothing

Shanghai Kaikai Industry Co.,Ltd,

Baromon

Clothing

Baromon Co., Ltd.

ROMON

Clothing

Romon Group Co., Ltd.

Judger

Clothing

Judger Group Co., Ltd

Baoxiniao

Clothing

Baoxiniao Group Co., Ltd.

Xuechi

Clothing

Handan Xuechi Group Co.,Ltd.

Trands

Clothing

Dayang Group Co., Ltd.

Jifa

Clothing

Qingdao Jifa Group Co., Ltd

Septwolves

Clothing

Fujian Septwolves Industry CO. Ltd.

Yalu

Clothing

Jiangsu Yalu Group Co. Ltd.

St.Edenweiss

Woolen clothing

St.Edenweiss Co., Ltd

Xuezhou

Yak hair clothing

Qinghai Xuezhou Sanrong Group Corporation

Ruyi

sateen

Shandong Ruyi Woollen Textile Group Co. Ltd.

Langsha

Socks

Langsha Knitting Co., Ltd

Content 
M&A Decision-Making Analysis in China¡¯s Garment Industry between 2007 and 2009
Chapter 1 Profile on Study 
Section 1 Background for study 
Section 2 Study contents
Section 3 Study methodology
Section 4 Study team
Chapter 2 The Current Development of Garment Industry Worldwide
Section 1 Character of industrial development worldwide

Section 2 Demand and supply of garment industry worldwide
A. Market scale in garment industry worldwide
B. Regional market of garment industry worldwide
Section 3 Demand trend in garment industry worldwide
A. Spending on upscale clothing 
B. Spending in medium grade
C. Spending in common clothing  
Section 4 Competition in garment industry worldwide
A. Competitive dynamics in garment industry around world 
B. Competitive pattern in garment industry around world
Section 5 Development in America
Section 6 Development in Japan 
Section 7 Development in France
Section 8 Development in Italy

Chapter 3 The Status Quo and M&A Trend in China¡¯s Garment Industry 
Section 1 Character in current China¡¯s garment industry 
A. Industrial operation of China¡¯s garment industry 
B. Industrial operation of China¡¯s garment industry 
Section 2 Demand and supply in China¡¯s garment industry
A. Supply in general
B. Regional structure of garment industry 
C. Product mix of garment industry
D. Density analysis of garment industry
E. Supply forecast in garment industry
Section 3 Demand of China¡¯s garment industry
A. Current demand in China¡¯s garment industry
B. Spending in China¡¯s garment industry
C. Demand trend in China¡¯s garment industry
Section 4 Export and import of China¡¯s garment industry
A. Import 
B. Export 

Chapter 4 China¡¯s Garment Industry in Categories 
Section 1 Casual wear
Section 2 Suit 
Section 3 Men's clothing
Section 4 Lady's clothing
Section 5 Kids' clothing

Chapter 5 Demand and Supply of Raw Material Market 
Section 1 Demand and supply of cotton 
A. Cotton supply in general 
B. Regional supply of cotton 
C. Demand for cotton 
Section 2 Polyester 
A. Polyester supply in general
B. Regional supply of polyester
C. Demand for cotton polyester
Section 3 Other supply 
A. Flax
B. Silk 
C. Fur

Chapter 6 Investment Policy Environment of China¡¯s Garment Industry 
Section 1 Macro-economic policy on garment industry 
Section 2 Industrial policy on this sector 
Section 3 WTO on China¡¯s garment industry 

Chapter 7 Factor Exerting Influence on China¡¯s Garment Industry
Section 1 Life cycle of China¡¯s garment industry
A. Market scale 
B. Growth trend 
C. Degree of competition
D. Profitability 
E. Conclusion 
Section 2 Competition risk in garment industry 
A. Entering barrier 
B. Exit barrier 
C. Competing models 
D. Advantages and disadvantages in China¡¯s garment industry 
Section 3 Existing problem of China¡¯s garment industry 

Chapter 8 Regional Business Climate and M&A Trend in China¡¯s Garment Industry 
Section 1 Northeast region 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility 
Section 2 North region 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 3 Central China 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 4 South region 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 5 Southwest region 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 6 Northwest region 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 7 Eastern region 
A. Regional character and industrial pattern 
B. Regional competitiveness 
C. M&A trend and feasibility

Chapter 9 Current M&A of China¡¯s Garment Industry 
Section 1 M&A background 
Section 2 Current M&A of China¡¯s garment industry
Section 3 M&A trend of China¡¯s garment industry 

Chapter 10 Stumbling Stone in China¡¯s Garment Industry
Section 1 Policy 
Section 2 Capital 
Section 3 Brand
Section 4 Market 
Section 5 Organization 

Chapter 11 Case Study of M&A in Garment Industry Overseas
Section 1 VF acquired Nautical 
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration 
Section 2 Columbia Sportswear purchased Pacific Trail Inc.
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 3 Chantelle acquired Orcanta 
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 4 Jones Apparel Group took over Barneys New York 
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 5 Claiborne purchased Juicy Couture
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 6 Fast Retailing purchased Theory
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 7 Marzotto took over Hugo Boss
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 8 Esprit purchased Esprit North America
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 9 Delta purchased M.J.Soffe
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 10 Adidas acquired Reebok
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 11 Kellwood Company purchased Glenn Children's Clothing Company
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration

Chapter 12 M&A by Foreign Company over China¡¯s Counterparts 
Section 1 Development of foreign firms in China
A. Investment 
B. Targeted area for investment
C. Character for investment 
D. Investment product mix 
E. Market performance
Section 2 GabrielleChanel
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility 
Section 3 Louis Vuitton
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 4 Dior
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 5 Versace
	A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 6 Prada
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 7 Burberry
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 8 Kenzo
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 9 Givenchy
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 10 Valentino
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 11 Hugo Boss
A. Investment in China 
B. Core competitiveness
C. M&A trend and feasibility

Chapter 13 Foreign Company Waiting for Entering into China¡¯s Market 
Section 1 £Ï£Î£Ù£Ï£Î£Å
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 2 ARMATA
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 3 Korean Lybion
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 4 Carhartt
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 5 Gerry
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 6 SuanDunn
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 7 JaneSinger
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 8 LloydKlein
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China
Section 9 Wisher
A. Corporate performance 
B. Core competitiveness 
C. Background and motive 
D. Investment and feasibility in China

Chapter 14 Case Study of M&A in Domestic Garment Industry 
Section 1 Wensli Group purchased ShangHai Lian Hua Fibre Corporation
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration 
Section 2 Shanghai Conch Apparel Co., Ltd. took over Chengdu Garment Group
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration
Section 3 Guangdong Rieys Group Company Ltd.  willing to take over four companies
 including Guangdong Gangwei Apparel Co., Ltd.
A. Motive and value 
B. Procedure 
C. Solution and lesson 
D. Strategic integration

Chapter 15 Competitiveness among Major Players in China¡¯s Garment Industry 
Section 1 Hongdou Group Co.
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility 
Section 2 Youngor Group Co., Ltd
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 3 Inner Mengolia Erdos Cashmere Group Corporation
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 4 Inner Mengolia Shi Qi Group
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 5 Fujian Septwolves Industry CO. Ltd.
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 6 Baoxiniao Group Co., Ltd.
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 7 Wensli Group Co., Ltd.
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 8 Ningbo Shanshan Co., Ltd
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 9 Shanghai Conch Apparel Co., Ltd.
A. Corporate structure 
B. Productive capability 
C. Operating capacity 
D. Marketing savvies 
E. Corporate strategy 
F. M&A trend and feasibility

Chapter 16 Current M&A and Trend Between Up-stream and down-stream Sector in China¡¯s
 Garment Industry 
Section 1 M&A background for garment company taking over up and down stream company 
Section 2 Case study of M&A in garment company taking over up and down stream company
Section 3 M&A trend of garment company taking over up and down stream company
Section 4 M&A possibility of garment company towards other sectors

Chapter 17 M&A Possibility in China¡¯s Garment Industry at Different Scale 
Section 1 M&A possibility among big companies 
Section 2 M&A possibility among medium companies
Section 3 M&A possibility among small companies

Chapter 18 M&A Risk in China¡¯s Garment Industry 
Section 1 Asset reshuffle 
Section 2 Brand portfolios
Section 3 Change in personnel 
Section 4 Corporate management 
Section 5 Entrepreneurial culture 
Section 6 Corporate strategy 

Chapter 19 Recommendation for China¡¯s Garment Industry 

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