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Research Report on Automobile Wiring Harness Industry in China, 2014-2018 (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/280640-research-report-on-automobile-wiring-harness-industry-in-china-2014-2018.html ) defines a wiring harness as an assembly of cables or wires which transmit signals or electrical power. Voltage drop and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) are two critical features of automobile wiring harness. EU requires that the content of 6 substances including lead, mercury and cadmium in automobile wiring harness must fall into RoHS compliance.
Major auto manufacturers usually maintain close and stable cooperation with professional manufacturers of wiring harness for it is a critical spare part that affects electrical performance of the whole vehicle. The global market of auto wiring harness is monopolized by 4 major manufacturers that take over 75% of the market shares. Most manufacturers in Japan inherit fine techniques from cable production in the past. In addition, enterprises like Sumitomo Group can reduce costs by taking advantage of existing upstream mineral resources.
Yazaki Corporation and Sumitomo Group started to develop dedicated high voltage (HV) wiring harness for auto manufacturers in Japan in the 1980s. In the 1990s, Delphi initiated the development of HV wiring harness for General Motors (GM). The integrated production system of HV wiring harness in Japan and the U.S. is constantly testified and improved in practice.
As the leading enterprise of connectors in China, Shenzhen Deren Electronic Co., Ltd. purchased the auto connector and wiring harness business of CAEG, a listed enterprise in Singapore, and became the share holder of THB Group in 2012. As the largest manufacturer of auto wiring harness and connectors in China, THB Group provides wiring harness for FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co. Ltd., Shanghai GM and numerous domestic auto manufacturers. Meanwhile, Shenzhen Gaorun Science and Technology Co., Ltd., jointly established by Shenzhen Deren Electronic Co., Ltd. and Kromberg & Schubert Group, entered the high-end market of auto wiring harness. Kromberg & Schubert Group is one of Germany's largest manufacturers of auto wiring harness as well as the supplier for German auto manufacturers such as Volkswagen and BMW.
Key enterprises discussed in Research Report on Automobile Wiring Harness Industry in China, 2014-2018 include Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Delphi, Yazaki, LEONI, Furukawa Electric, Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd., Yura Corporation, Qingdao Yujin Electro-Circuit Systems Co., Ltd, THB Group, KunShan HuGuang Auto Harness Co., Ltd., Nantong Unistar Wire Harness Co., Ltd., Hefei Jianghuai Xinfa Automobile Co., Ltd. and Huachen Auto Group. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=280640 .
The production volume of vehicles was 22.1168 million in China in 2013. According to this research, the demand for auto wiring harness exceeded 1.4 billion while the market size surpassed USD 10 billion. Special processing in aspects of transport capacity, mechanical strength, insulation protection and electromagnetic compatibility leads to a 25%-50% increase in the production cost of HV wiring harness in new energy vehicles compared with that in traditional vehicles. Therefore, the purchasing cost of wiring harness in new energy vehicles increases by 20%-40% compared with that in traditional vehicles.
It is estimated that China will remain the fastest growing economy in the world in the coming years. Therefore, the production volume of vehicles will continue to rise while that of new energy vehicles exhibits strong momentum for growth.
Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
- Development Environment of Automobile Wiring Harness Industry in China
- Supply and Demand Status of Automobile Wiring Harness Industry in China
- Major Manufacturers of Automobile Wiring Harness
- Competition in Automobile Wiring Harness Market in China
- Import and Export Status of Automobile Wiring Harness
- Prospect of Automobile Wiring Harness Industry in China
The following enterprises and people are recommended to purchase Research Report on Automobile Wiring Harness Industry in China, 2014-2018:
- Manufacturers and Trading Enterprises of Auto Accessories
- Manufacturers of Whole Vehicles
- Investors/Research Institutes Concerned About Automobile Industry.
2014 Market Research Report on Global and China Automotive Wiring Harness Industry (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/276314-2014-market-research-report-on-global-and-china-automotive-wiring-harness-industry.html ) is divided into 5 major parts. The first part introduces the product conception and market conditions; the second part demonstrates the market condition about the top 5 in the industry; the third part analyzes the chain structure about the up and down stream; the fourth part analyzes the market entry and feasibility and the fifth part is the report conclusion chapter. Companies discussed in this report include Furukawa Electric, Lenny, Yazaki, S-Y System Tech and few more. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=276314 .
Global and China Automotive Wiring Harness Industry Report 2013 (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/271298-global-and-china-automotive-wiring-harness-industry-report-2013.html ) includes information the following aspects:
- The current situation of the global automotive market
- The current situation of Chinese automotive market
- Global and China automotive wiring harness industry
- 18 major automotive wiring harness manufacturers
In 2013, Furukawa Electric performed most actively in investment in the field of automotive wiring harness. In March 2013, the factory of Furukawa Electric in the Philippines was put into operation officially. In May 2013, Furukawa Electric decided to expand its Philippine factory whose Phase II is expected to be put into operation in January 2014. At the end of 2014, Furukawa Electric is expected to gain annual sales of JPY12 billion. Meanwhile, it established a new automotive wiring harness plant in Mexico, which started construction in May 2013 and will go into operation in January 2014. In September 2013, the Shenzhen subsidiary set up Wuhan Furukawa Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. in Wuhan, with an investment of RMB100 million.
In 2013, the most prominent change in the automotive wiring harness market lies in the poor performance of large manufacturers and the excellent performance of medium and small manufacturers. Top three players Yazaki, Sumitomo and Delphi offer high and inflexible prices. With the launch of a large number of high-quality automotive connectors, the technical threshold to automotive wiring harness is lowered. Due to the low output, small and medium-sized automotive manufacturers prefer small and medium-sized automotive wiring harness suppliers or self-production to control costs strictly. For example, the automotive wiring harness of Great Wall Motor is supplied by its subsidiary Baoding Mande Auto Parts Co., Ltd.; BYD's supplier is its Fifteenth Division; Geely is supported by Geely Haoda Automotive Electrics.
Companies discussed in this report include Sumitomo Electric, Delphi, Yazaki, Leoni, Furukawa Electric, Lear, Nantong Unistar Electro-Mechanical Industries, Kyungshin Industrial, Coroplast, Kunshan Hu Guang Auto Harness, THB, Kromberg & Schubert, Fujikura, Qingdao Yujin Electro-Circuit Systems, Yura, Hefei JAC Xinfa and PKC. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=271298 .
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