Dublin, Feb. 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global and China Automotive Transmission Industry Report, 2018-2023” report has been introduced to ResearchAndMarkets.Com’s providing.
In 2018, China’s production and sales of vehicles had been down by using 4.2% and 2.8% to 27.809 million units and 28.081 million gadgets respectively, in line with the facts of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) – which become because of the discontinued preferential purchase tax coverage, the slowdown in economic growth, the alternate battle between China and America, and decrease purchaser self belief.
China’s call for for transmissions therefore dropped by four.2% 12 months on year to 27.809 million sets (aftermarket call for is negligible inside the report) in 2018. The us of a’s transmission demand will upward thrust at a slower price because of slowing increase in automobile consumption, reaching a forecast 30.22 million sets in 2023, at a CAGR of 1.7% among 2018 and 2023.
In China, automotive transmissions are broadly speaking divided into manual transmission (MT) (along with semi-automated transmission) and automatic transmission (AT), with the latter similarly labeled into stepped transmission (AT/AMT/DCT) and constantly variable transmission (CVT). MT, AT and AMT, all relevant to each passenger vehicles and industrial motors, took up 41.Four%, 26.Four% and 1.5% of the marketplace in 2018, respectively; DCT and CVT, often assembled in passenger automobiles, occupied a 14.Zero% and 14.7% market share in the equal yr, one by one.
Like other key automobile parts, the car transmission marketplace remains solid because of technical solution capabilities and traditional co-operative mechanisms. In the CVT marketplace, Japan’s JATCO and Aisin AW are dominant globally because of Japanese and American automobile manufacturers’ choice for them, even as Chinese players Zhejiang Wanliyang and Hunan Jianglu & Rongda Vehicle Transmission serve in particular nearby manufacturers like Chery; inside the DCT field, with middle technology originating from Luk (a member of the Schaeffler Group) and BorgWarner, DCT is extensively used in European and American automobiles (Volkswagen, Ford, and so forth.), while homegrown BYD and SAIC gain in-residence supply via co-improvement; AT suppliers consist of Japanese Aisin AW and JATCO (AT for passenger cars and light commercial automobiles), Allison (AT for heavy business cars), and German ZF (AT for passenger cars and mild/heavy business automobiles), in comparison with self-deliver of Chinese friends like Geely.
Despite an development in their transmissions after years of development, Chinese providers nevertheless cannot supplant their foreign counterparts because of a big gap in factors of energy, precision and vibration noise of transmission gear, and the inertia of deliver is likewise at play, making deliver substitution not possible in quick run.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Automotive Transmission
1.3 Innovative Solutions and Optimization of Various Transmissions
1.4 Development Trends
2 Global and Chinese Automobile Markets
2.2.2 Recent Developments
3 Global Transmission Market
3.1.2 Market Structure
3.2.1 Major Manufacturers
3.2.2 Supply Relation
3.2.3 Production Bases
3.3.1 Major Manufacturers
3.3.3 Production Bases
4 China Automotive Transmission Industry
4.1 Policy Environment
4.2 Market Status
4.2.2 Market Structure
4.3 Business Models
4.4 EV Automatic Transmissions
4.4.1 Status Quo
4.4.2 Hybrid Power Solutions of Major Enterprises
4.4.3 Electric Drive Solutions of Major Enterprises
5 Chinese Passenger Car Transmission Market
5.1 Size and Structure
5.2 Manual Transmissions
5.3 Automatic Transmissions
5.5 Patent Protection
5.6 Development Trends
6 Chinese Commercial Vehicle Transmission Market
6.1 Size and Structure
6.2 Manual Transmissions
6.3 Automatic Transmissions
6.4 Competitive Landscape
6.5 Supply Relationship
6.6 Transmission Supply of Major Enterprises
6.7 Development Trends
7 Global Major Transmission Manufacturers
7.1.2 Main Products
7.1.3 Production Bases
7.1.4 Supply Relation
7.1.5 Jatco (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd.
7.1.6 Plan to Build a New Plant in China
7.2 Aisin Seiki
7.2.3 Revenue Structure
7.2.4 Major Subsidiaries
7.2.5 Main Products
7.2.6 Supply Relation
7.2.7 TAGC Co., Ltd.
7.2.8 Tianjin AW Automatic Transmission Co., Ltd.
7.2.9 AW Tianjin Co., Ltd.
7.2.10 AW Suzhou Co., Ltd.
7.3.3 Revenue Structure
7.3.4 Main Products
7.3.5 BorgWarner United Transmission Systems Co., Ltd
7.4 ZF Friedrichshafen AG
7.4.3 Main Products
7.4.4 ZF Transmissions Shanghai Co., Ltd.
7.4.5 ZF Drivetech (Hangzhou) Co. Ltd.
7.4.6 ZF Drivetech (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
7.3.Three Revenue Structure
7.5.4 Main Products
7.5.6 GETRAG (Jiangxi) Transmission Co., Ltd.
7.5.7 Dongfeng GETRAG Transmission Co., Ltd.
7.6.3 Revenue Structure
7.6.4 Transmission Business
7.6.5 Business in China
7.6.6 Hybrid Power Solutions for the Chinese Market
7.7 Magneti Marelli
7.7.2 Transmission Business
7.8 Oerlikon Drive Systems (Dana)
7.8.3 Revenue Structure
7.8.4 Transmission Business
7.9 Hyundai Transys (Hyudai Dymos)
7.9.3 Transmission Business
7.9.Five Layout in China
7.9.6 Hyundai Dymos and Hyundai Powertech Merge into Hyundai Transys
7.10 Continental AG
7.10.Three Revenue Structure
7.10.Four Business in China
7.11.3 Revenue Structure
7.12 Punch Powertrain
7.12.3 Main Products
7.12.4Production and Marketing
7.12.5 Major Customers
7.12.6 Nanjing Punch Powertrain Co., Ltd
8Chinese Automotive Transmission Manufacturers
8.1 Chongqing Tsingshan Industrial Co., Ltd.
8.1.2 Main Products
8.1.Three Marketing Network
8.1.Four R&D Network
8.2 Shaanxi Fast Auto Drive Group Company
8.2.2 Main Products
8.2.Three Production Layout
8.3Zhejiang Wanliyang Co., Ltd.
8.3.Three Main Products
8.3.4 Production and Marketing
8.3.Five R & D Investment
8.3.7 Shandong Menwo Transmission Co., Ltd.
8.Four Shanghai Automobile Gear Works Co., Ltd.
8.4.2 Main Products
8.4.3 Marketing Network
8.4.4 Production Bases
8.Five Shengrui Transmission Corporation Limited
8.Five.2 Main Products
8.6 China National Heavy Duty Truck Group Datong Gear Co., Ltd.
8.6.2 Main Products
8.7 Hunan Jianglu & Rongda Vehicle Transmission Limited Company
8.7.2 Major Products
8.8 Qijiang Gear Transmission Co., Ltd.
8.8.2 Transmission Business
8.9 Volkswagen Automatic Transmission
8.9.1 Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
8.Nine.2 Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Dalian) Co., Ltd.
8.Nine.3 Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.
8.10 Hangzhou IVECO Automobile Transmission Technology Co., Ltd.
8.10.2 Main Products
8.11Harbin DongAn Automotive Engine Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
8.11.2 Transmission Business
8.11.Three Capacity and Output
8.12 Toyota Motor (Changshu) Auto Parts Co., Ltd.
8.12.2 Main Products
8.13 Honda Auto Parts Manufacturing Co., Ltd
8.13.2 Main Products
8.14 Inner Mongolia OED Powertrain Co., Ltd.
8.14.2 Main Products
9 Summary and Forecast
9.2.1 Production Capacity
9.2.2 Product Support
9.3Forecast for Market Development Directions
9.3.1 Development Route
9.3.2 Development Trends