Asian Automotive Textiles
Opportunities and challenges for leading producers (1st edition)
Asian Automotive Textiles: Opportunities and challenges for leading producers provides a unique reference resource of the automotive textile industry in 10 Asian countries, including China, Japan, india, south Korea,Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Iran, Pakistan and Malaysia. these economies produce and consume more than 95% of the Asian automotive textile market.
This new report provides the latest available commercial information on leading automotive textile producers in Asia and an in-depth analysis of the current business environment affecting the region’s automotive textile sector. it identifies strengths, weaknesses and strategic challenges enabling manufacturers, trading companies and investors to make critical decisions and locate opportunities in this rapidly growing market.
Written by Chen Nan Yang, this in-depth report, with around 220 pages and 80 tables:
• examines the Asian automobile industry and market
• explores the outlook for the Asian automotive textiles industry
• describes problems and highlights strategic plans
• identifies investment and business opportunities.
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With developed markets at saturation point, Asia is now the world’s fastest growing region for automobiles and automotive textiles, with China, India and ASEAN at the forefront.
Low-cost vehicles are driving the growth of the global automotive industry in the emerging economies of China and India, offering huge opportunities for global players in these markets. meanwhile, the ASEAN countries, such as Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia, are expected to be new potential markets for automotive textiles following the creation of the ASEAN Free trade Area (AFTA).
In the long term, cheap financing and price discounts, rising income levels and infrastructure developments will drive growth in most Asian automotive markets, with automotive textiles destined to follow these key trends.
This new report will help you to identify:
• key trends in the Asian automobile industry
• the current structure of the Asian market for automotive textiles
• principal drivers for automotive textiles in Asia
• future trends in Asian automotive textiles
• strategies of major producers
• business and investment opportunities
The report features more than 40 company profiles of leading players in the Asian automotive textiles sector, including:
Changshu Automotive trim, China New trend Group , China Shenma Industry, Hebei Berger Phoenix tape Weaving, Huamao Group, Jiangsu Hengli Group, Jiangsu Yueda textile Group, Junma tyre Cord, Kuangda Group, Shandong Helon, Shanghai Shenda, Sinopec Shanghai, Petrochemical, Yantai Spandex, Zhejiang Hailide New Material, Zhejiang Hongda Warp, Knitting.
KB Seiren, Komatsu Seiren Group, Japan Vilene, Seiren, Suminoe Textile, Takata, TB Kawashima, Teijin, Toyobo, Toray Industries.
Bhilwara melba De Witte, (BmD), Century Enka, Reliance Industries, SRF.
Hyosung, Kolon Industries, Taiwan, Formosa Taffeta, Fuchi Textile, Shinih Enterprise, Shinkong Synthetic Fibers.
Luckytex (Thailand), N I Teijin Shoji (Thailand), SRF Technical Textiles (Thailand).
Other Asian countries
Indo Kordsa (Indonesia), Saba Tire Cord Complex (Iran), Takata Automotive Safety, Systems (Malaysia), Procon Engineering (Pakistan).