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China Sourcing Report: Access Control & Anti-intrusion

  • Published: September 2011
  • Region: China
  • 71 Pages
  • Global Sources

China suppliers of access control and anti-intrusion products are looking forward to strong sales this year. For exports, the anticipated increase in revenue is at least 10 percent.

Nonetheless, the industry is prepared to see a deceleration in growth amid various challenges. For one, manufacturers are facing the possibility of weakening demand, especially in the EU and the US, where the difficult economic climate has caused a housing slump.

This report covers the major products of China's access control and anti-intrusion industry, namely biometric and nonbiometric access control systems, video doorphones, and intruder detectors and alarms.

What you'll get

- In-depth profiles of 32 verified suppliers with a comprehensive look at their manufacturing and export capability, product and market focus, verified contact details, and more

- 72 full-color images that depict popular access control and anti-intrusion export models, with detailed product descriptions and minimum order requirements

- Verified supplier contact details of an additional nine exporters, including names, e-mails, telephone numbers and websites

- Supplier information in READ MORE >

INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
Main production center
Supplier survey
RFID cards & tags
Access control systems
Video doorphones
Intruder alarm systems
SUPPLIER PROFILES
PRODUCT GALLERY
ADDITIONAL SUPPLIERS

China suppliers of access control and anti-intrusion products are looking forward to strong sales this year. For exports, the anticipated increase in revenue is at least 10 percent.

Nonetheless, the industry is prepared to see a deceleration in growth amid various challenges. For one, manufacturers are facing the possibility of weakening demand, especially in the EU and the US, where the difficult economic climate has caused a housing slump.

The slowdown is already apparent in shipments of smart cards. Export sales grew only 6 percent YoY, 19 percentage points lower than the same period last year.

Compounding the sector's problems is rising production outlay. Makers are suffering from slimmer margins, caught between keeping prices competitive and covering higher costs.

1. Prices of China-made access control and anti-intrusion products will remain relatively stable in coming months. This is reflected in Global Sources' survey, where most respondents plan on maintaining current rates or keeping increases within 10 percent.
2. To sustain this strategy and still keep themselves profitable, suppliers are generating cost savings by enhancing operating efficiency. Many are investing in automated production and QC systems for this.

3. Several enterprises are also looking at ways to minimize the effect of the yuan's appreciation against the US dollar on margins. Efforts include having shorter validity periods for quotes and accepting settlements in euro.

4. Investment in R&D is expected to increase as suppliers release more new models that can provide better margins. Product development work will comprise improvements in performance and cosmetic design.

5. Various technologies are anticipated to converge in upcoming releases. Intruder alarms, in particular, will combine multiple detection methods and DSP. Access control systems will employ offer various authentication modes.

6. North America and the EU will remain key export destinations. Despite the contraction of the customer base, demand from these markets continues to be large. During the six-month period ending August 2011, shipments of burglar and fire alarms, and smart cards to the two areas contributed more than half to overseas revenue.

This report covers the major products of China's access control and antiintrusion industry, namely biometric and nonbiometric access control systems, video doorphones, and intruder detectors and alarms.

The categories are discussed in separate sections. Details about the different types offered, and their typical features and price determinants are provided. The latest trends in product development are also discussed.

The Industry Overview describes the challenges that businesses are currently facing and the measures they are implementing to boost sales and overall competitiveness. It also provides information on the supplier base. More than 55 percent of companies featured in this report are based in Guangdong province, which accounts for the majority of national output.

To produce this report, Global Sources interviewed a wide range of enterprises. Rather than focus simply on high-profile makers, we compiled a representative sample of large, midsize and emerging manufacturers. All profiled companies are export-oriented professional suppliers that are verified by Global Sources.

Each supplier is confirmed to be authentic with a legally registered business. All companies are visited three or more times by Global Sources to ensure they are export-ready and have real offices and products.

The listed contact person has been verified to represent the registered company. In each case, companies were required to answer specific questions designed to verify their manufacturing and export credentials.

All profiled suppliers participated in a survey designed to provide insight into price trends, sales outlook and target markets in the next six to 12 months. All survey questions are single choice. Results were calculated based on the actual number of valid responses to each question.

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