The Chinese market demand for automotive shock absorber reached 225 million units in 2017, a year-on-year rise of 7.2%, and is expected to hit 318 million units in 2022
Shock absorber, an essential part of automotive suspension system, can absorb body vibration and make driving more smooth and comfortable. The Chinese market demand for automotive shock absorber reached 225 million units in 2017, a year-on-year rise of 7.2%, and is expected to hit 318 million units in 2022 thanks to rapid expansion of the automobile (NEV in particular) market.
OEM market: the demand for automotive shock absorber has much bearing on China’s automobile output. The country’s car production rose by 3.2% from a year ago to 29.02 million units in 2017 and is expected to reach 34.55 million units in 2022, boosting the demand for automotive shock absorber from 116 million units in 2017 to 138 million units in 2022, presenting a CAGR of 3.6%.
After-sales maintenance market: massive car ownership creates a large after-sales market. An estimated 180 million shock absorbers will be needed in the Chinese automotive aftermarket in 2022.
Enterprise landscape: the key players in the Chinese shock absorber market include sole proprietorships or joint ventures of world-renowned shock absorber firms (ZF, Tenneco, KYB, Mando, SHOWA, ThyssenKrupp, etc.) and local Chinese peers (Nanyang Xijian Auto Shock Absorber, ADD Industry (Zhejiang), Chengdu Jiuding Science & Tech. and BeijingWest Industries, etc.).
Attracted by China’s enormous AM demand, global and local Chinese shock absorber producers have quickened their presence in shock absorber market. The Tenneco’s new shock absorber project in Changzhou city, which began construction in Sept 2017, will be built at the end of 2018, adding 18 million units/a.
BeijingWest Industries, a joint venture of Shougang Group, has kept expanding its capacity worldwide since the acquisition of automotive suspension system business of US auto parts supplier- Delphi in 2009 and now is capable of producing 15.50 million shock absorbers annually. The company put its 4 million units/a new plant in Czech Republic into production in June 2017 and then began construction of a new plant in Indiana, U.S. which is expected to reach designed capacity (4 million units/a) in 2020.
Technically, there is an ever higher demanding on intelligence and comfort of shock absorber system. Adaptive adjustable shock absorber, compound shock absorber, intelligent shock absorber and electromagnetic-current shock absorber represent main development directions. Meanwhile, as the car becomes more lightweight, the lighter, smaller and higher-performance semi-active & active shock absorber systems will prevail.
China Automotive Shock Absorber Industry Report, 2018-2022 focuses on the following:
- Policies on shock absorber and technical trends.
- Development and trends of global automobile market and Chinese passenger car, commercial vehicle and new energy vehicle (NEV) market.
- Chinese automotive shock absorber market (demand, OEM market, AM market, enterprise landscape, development trend, etc.).
- 18 Global and Chinese shock absorber manufacturers (operation, development strategy, etc.).
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Table of Contents
1.2 Industry Chain
1.3 Technical Trend
1.4 Industrial Policy
2.2.1 Market Size
2.2.2 Passenger Car
2.2.3 Commercial Vehicle
2.2.4 New Energy Vehicle
3.2 Vehicle Supporting Market
3.3 After-sales Market
3.4 Competitive Landscape
3.5 Development Prospects
4.1.3 Shock Absorber Business
4.1.4 Recent Acquisitions
4.1.5 Development in China
4.1.6 Tenneco (Beijing) Ride Control Systems
4.1.7 Tenneco (Suzhou) Ride Control Co., Ltd.
4.1.8 Tenneco (Changzhou) Rider Performance Co., Ltd.
4.2.3 Shock Absorber Business
4.2.4 Development in China
4.2.5 Shanghai Sachs Huizhong Shock Absorber
4.2.6 ZF Dongfeng Shock Absorber Shiyan
4.3.3 Shock Absorber Business
4.3.4 Wuxi KYB Top Absorber
4.3.5 Kyb Industrial Machinery (Zhenjiang)
4.3.6 Changzhou KYB Leadrun Vibration Reduction Technology
4.4.3 Shock Absorber Business
4.4.4 Development in China
4.5.2 Main Products
4.6.2 Main Products
4.7 Hitachi Automotive Systems
4.7.3 Shock Absorbers
4.7.4 Development in China
4.7.5 Tokico Automotive (Suzhou)
4.8.4 ThyssenKrupp Presta Shanghai
4.9 SHOWA Corporation
4.9.3 Shock Absorber Business
4.9.4 Development in China
4.9.5 Guangzhou Showa Auto Parts
4.9.6 Shanghai Showa Auto Parts
4.9.7 Chengdu Ningjiang Showa Auto Parts
5.1.3 Shock Absorber Business
5.1.5 Major Production Bases
5.2 Chengdu Jiuding Science & Tech. (Group)
5.2.2 Main Products and Capacity
5.2.3 Production Bases
5.3 ADD Industry (Zhejiang)
5.3.3 Capacity and Output
5.3.5 Customers and Suppliers
5.3.6 Supporting Relations
5.4 Chongqing Endurance Zhongyi Shock Absorber
5.5 Shanghai Powered Auto Parts
5.5.3 Production Bases
5.6 Jinzhou Leader Shock Absorber
5.6.3 Supporting Relations
5.7 Fawer Automotive Parts
5.7.4 Customers and Suppliers
5.7.5 FAW-Tokico Shock Absorber
5.7.6 Supporting Relations
5.8 Guangxi Huali Group
5.8.3 Liuzhou Keleila Automobile Absorber
5.9 BeijingWest Industries
- Shanghai Sachs Huizhong Shock Absorber
- ZF Dongfeng Shock Absorber Shiyan
- Wuxi KYB Top Absorber
- Kyb Industrial Machinery (Zhenjiang)
- Changzhou KYB Leadrun Vibration Reduction Technology
- Hitachi Automotive Systems
- Tokico Automotive (Suzhou)
- SHOWA Corporation
- Guangzhou Showa Auto Parts
- Shanghai Showa Auto Parts
- Chengdu Ningjiang Showa Auto Parts
- China First Capital Group
- Chengdu Jiuding Science & Tech. (Group)
- ADD Industry (Zhejiang)
- Chongqing Endurance Zhongyi Shock Absorber
- Shanghai Powered Auto Parts
- Jinzhou Leader Shock Absorber
- Fawer Automotive Parts
- Guangxi Huali Group
- BeijingWest Industries