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Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on"Global and China Semiconductor Equipment Industry Report, 2013 - 2014".The report focuses primarily on quantitative market metrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market.
After two years of recession, the
semiconductor equipment market is projected to achieve growth in 2014.
In 2011, the semiconductor equipment market size hit a record high of
USD43.532 billion, but it witnessed a drop by 15.2% in 2012 and a
further decline by 8.1% in 2013. The reduction came mainly as the steep
decrease of backlog orders from North America and South Korea. Notably,
the contracted orders from North America resulted largely from the
glooming PC market and Intel’s reduction of capital expenditure for
equipment, while the shrinkage of orders from South Korea was heavily
duel to the suspension of investment in DRAM.
In 2014, the driving force of the
semiconductor equipment market is mainly sourced from foundry and
memory. In particular, foundry began to step into 20nm domain, while
memory is ushering in 3D era. In the era of 20nm, semiconductor vendors
employ two routes: double/multiple patterning and EUV. Double/multiple
patterning is more technologically advanced than EUV, although it means
substantial cost rise in manufacturing and equipments, especially for
EUV can cut the manufacturing and
equipments cost significantly, albeit EUV itself costs as high as USD100
million. But counted by the total cost, 14nm wafer equipped with EUV
technology is roughly 40% lower than that equipped with multiple
patterning technology. However, there are many hurdles for EUV remained
to be addressed. One of them is light source. Multiple e-beam direct
write is well low-efficiency, thus failing to meet the standard for
Equipment vendors have failed to catch
up with the development of foundry, especially the ASML which almost
monopolize the global lithography market, so foundry will have to slow
down their pace towards advanced node. The cost of multiple patterning
may be OK for customers, but it is not the case when it comes to the
cost of triple patterning. Nevertheless, this cannot prevent industrial
players from making continued research, so the procurement of equipments
still keeps growing.
Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on"Global and China FPCB (Flexible Printed Circuit Board) Industry Report,2013 - 2014".The report focuses primarily on quantitative market metrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market.
The global FPCB market valued
USD11.321 billion with the YoY growth rate of 9.4% in 2013, and will be
worth USD12.008 billion in 2014 and USD12.686 billion in 2015.
FPCB is mainly used in display (LCD
Panel and Touch screen), computing (HDD and ODD) and communication
(mobile phones). In 2013, the FPCB applied to the computer field
occupied 25%, of which 80% was dominated by Japanese companiess;
however, this market is gradually shrinking.
In the field of mobile phones and
tablet PCs, only the vendors such as Samsung, Apple, LG, Sony, HTC and
Nokia who have high quality requirements like to adopt FPCB, while other
ones may replace FPCB with FFC or common connectors. The FPCB purchase
amount of Samsung and Apple is equivalent to over 50% of the global FPCB
In 2013, the most significant change
of the FPCB industry lied in the slumping profit margin of veterans and
the soaring profit margin of new entrants. Veterans lagged behind new
entrants in equipment and technical R & D strength. After a high
starting point and early difficulties, new entrants witnessed a
significant increase in profit margin. In addition, the production bases
of veterans were mostly located in Mainland China, where RMB
appreciation and rising labor costs led to the substantial fall of
The world's largest FPCB company
Mektron suffered its first loss since the establishment, because of
three main reasons: First, HDD and ODD markets contracted; second,
Mektron began to intervene in the price war; third, Mektron’s 45% output
came from China where RMB appreciation and rising labor costs eroded
profits. Mektron has increased the capacity in Taiwan, and Panasonic has
also invested USD100 million in building a new FPCB base in Taiwan.
The gross margin of South Korea's
largest FPCB company Interflex fell by nearly 50% in 2013, and its
operating margin plummeted from 6.2% to 1.2%. The only FPCB company in
the United States MFLEX whose manufacturing bases were in Mainland China
also faced loss for the first time. Fast-growing companies such as
Flexcom and BHflex transferred their main production bases to Vietnam.
Hon Hai Group's ZDT obtained more
orders from Apple with the advantages of the parent company, so that its
profit margin went up substantially. ZDT's main base is located in
Shenzhen, but it has also transferred part of its bases to low-cost
regions: its second base settles down in Qinhuangdao, and the third base
is in Huai'an.
Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on"Global and China Automotive Industrial Robotics Industry Report,2013 - 2014".The report focuses primarily on quantitative market metrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market.
The global industrial robotics market
valued around USD11.156 billion in 2012, but the value slumped by 17% to
USD9.249 billion in 2013 because of the yen depreciation and a
significant decline in the average price of industrial robotics.
In 2013, the global shipment of
industrial robotics slightly rose by 2%. Japan’s industrial robotics
shipment fell by 7.3% to 106,225 sets, and the average selling price
dropped from JPY4.72 million in 2012 to JPY4.52 million in 2013. Thanks
to the strong recovery in Europe, the U.S. and Japan, their demand for
industrial robotics will not be less than China in 2014. The global
market value is expected to increase by 3.5% to USD9.569 billion in the
Although Japan’s industrial robotics
shipment declines, Japanese companies still act as the global overlord,
enjoying the estimated 52.0% market share in 2013, whilst German
companies were expected to occupy approximately 21.7% market share.
Welding robots account for 50% of
industrial robotics, requiring high precision. In this point, even
Germany can not compete with Japan. For example, only two Japanese
companies in the world can produce robot reducers; one is Nabtesco with
the global market share of approximately 90% and the annual sales
revenue of about USD500-600 million, the other is Harmonic Drive System
with the annual sales of roughly USD55-65 million.
36% of the global and 50% of China's
demand for industrial robotics stems from the manufacturing of
automobiles and related parts. Joint ventures which play a main role in
China automobile industry like to introduce production lines from
abroad. The robotics under foreign brands flow to China in the form of
supporting complete automobile production line. However, it is difficult
for Chinese local brand robotics to enter joint ventures, especially
welding and painting sectors. In the automobile industry, robotics work
on Stamping, Powertrain, Body-in-white, as well as Paint and Sealing.
The automotive industrial robotics
market is split by European and Japanese companies. Japanese companies
serve the Japanese market and hold absolute dominance in electronics,
assembly, metalworking, plastics and food fields. European counterparts
show overwhelming advantages in the automotive sector, occupying most of
the markets in China, the U.S. and Europe. In the field of
Body-in-white, ABB, KUKA, COMAU, FANUC and KAWASAKI rank top
successively by market share. As for the Stamping aspect, ABB, KUKA,
FANUC and KAWASAKI are the leaders by market share. Germany Durr seizes
about 50% share in the paint market and 45% share in the sealing market.
Accompanied by economic growth,
accelerated urbanization, improving disposable income of residents and
the growing demand for housing, China sanitary ware market has seen
burgeoning development with the marekt size soaring from RMB44.1 billion
in 2007 to RMB94 billion in 2012, an average annual growth rate of
16.3%. Compared with developed countries, China stayed at a low level in
terms of the per capita consumption of sanitary ware products. And the
sanitary ware market of China is expected to continue the momentum of
rapid development, with the targeted marekt scale hittng RMB171.6
billion by 2017, an AAGR of 12.8%. ?
In general, sanitary ware falls into
ceramic sanitary ware and non-ceramic sanitary ware. In 2012, the
penetration rate of sanitary ware in China claimed 45.7%. And the figure
is expected to rise steadily, thanks to China’s full-blown
urbanization. The estimate shows that the penetration ratio by 2017 will
jump to 59.3%, and that the market scale will hit RMB101.8 billion.
Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on"China Filling Station And Gas Station Industry Report, 2013 - 2016".The report focuses primarily on quantitative market metrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market.
By the end of 2012, China has had a
total of 96,313 filling stations, an increase of 875 or up 0.92%
compared to 2011, including 51,854 SOE filling stations (53.8% of the
total), 42,425 private filling stations (44.1%) and 2,034 filling
stations with foreign capital (2.1%).
China’s filling station market in
recent years has shown two main characteristics. First, because of the
vigorous growth of car ownership (a CAGR of 16.24% in 2007-2012), the
average number of cars served by each filling station is consequently
growing rapidly (CAGR of 15.74% in 2007-2012).
Second, the rapid development of
non-oil business in Chinese filling stations, which is specifically
manifested as convenience stores, lubricating oil stores, asset leasing,
advertising, car washing, car repairing, catering, weighbridge, ATMs,
communications, lotteries and other multiple business forms. In
2009-2012 the number of Chinese filling stations conducting non-oil
business rose from 21,000 to 37,000, and sales value of non-oil business
surged from RMB6 billion to RMB19.6 billion at a CAGR of 48.4%.
In 2008-2012 CAGR for revenue and net
income of China’s three major oil companies was much higher than other
oil companies worldwide. The top three - PetroChina, CNOOC and Sinopec
in terms of revenue CAGR were respectively 22.54%, 21.27% and 20.53%.
Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on"China Dental Industry Report, 2013 - 2016".The report focuses primarily on quantitative market metrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market.
The dental industry refers to medical
industrial chain on the basis of oral medical consumption, consisting
mainly of dental appliances (equipments and consumables), dental medical
services, etc. with the synergy of deepening implementation of new
medical reform, growing per capita disposable income and raising public
awareness over health, China dental industry has witnessed robust
development in recent years.
Dental Appliance: in 2012, the revenue
of China dental equipment industry increased by 6.7% year-on-year to
RMB2.7625 billion; in Jan.-Oct., 2013, it reported the revenue of
RMB4.2094 billion, up 92.9% year-on-year. Domestic industrial players,
including Xianyang Northwest Medical Instrument (Group), Runyes, Shinva
Medical Instrument, Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical (Group), Hefei Meiya
Optoelectronic Technology, and Fujian Meisheng Medical Science &
Technology, are increasingly sharpening their competitiveness.
Optoelectronic Technology, for example, unveiled its CBCT in 2012,
dismantling monopoly of foreign brands such as Carestream from US, Kavo
and Sirona from Germany, New Tom from Italy, Planmeca from Finland,
Vatech from South Korea, and Morita from Japan. In 2012 and H12013, the
sales of the company from CBCT hit RMB1.15 million and RMB5.53 million,
respectively, with a tendency to replace imported brands.
Dental Medical Service: in 2006-2011,
the total revenue of China’s stomatological hospitals soared from
RMB2.37 billion to RMB6.5 billion, with the CAGR of 22.4%. By gross
margin, stomatological hospitals have been ranked top three among
specialized hospitals of all kind for many consecutive years, with the
number in 2011 reaching 11.8%. In consideration of the fact that the
revenue generated by stomatological hospitals is excluded from that
generated by the department of stomatology of general hospitals which
number around 18,000, and that private clinics such as Arrail Dental and
iByer Dental Group are more active in marketing, the overall oral
medical industry performs better than the above data in terms of
industrial scale, growth rate and gross margin.
Thanks to a series of proactive
policies and robust demand, China has fostered nationwide oral medical
service institutions represented by TC Medical, Arrail Dental, iByer
Dental Group, and Jia Mei Dental which can be most founded in
economically developed regions such as Beijing, Shanghai, Jiangsu,
Zhejiang and Guangdong, as well as flagship chain brands represented by
Yafei Dental, Ai Kang Jian Dental, Changsha Haoyayi, and Dalian MEIER