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China MLCC Market (Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor) 2017 Forecasts in New 2014 Research Report Available With

DALLAS, August 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

China Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor (MLCC) Industry Report, 2014-2017 research is an August 2014 publication spread across 87 pages. This research says that at present, China has become the largest MLCC producer and consumer around the globe, leading the world in output and sales volume. In 2013, the output of Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor (MLCC) in China reached 1.376 trillion pieces, up 10.3% from a year earlier, while the demand for MLCC came to 1.512 trillion pieces, up 13.3% on a year-on-year basis. Complete report is available at .

As the world's major production base of consumer electronics, China has witnessed rapid growth in output of various products. This is particularly true of mobile phones, whose output rose from 560 million in 2008 to 1.46 billion in 2013, with a CAGR of 21.1%. Moreover, the total output of computers in different types increased from 137 million in 2008 to 352 million in 2013, at a CAGR of 20.8%. Judging from the structure of the demand for MLCC products, the demand from consumer electronics occupied the biggest share, attaining RMB20.39 billion in 2013, making up 67.7% of the total demand. That was followed by industrial products represented by industrial control equipment, medical electronics, and automotive electronics, whose demand amounted to RMB7.015 billion the same year, holding 23.3% market share. In addition, the accelerated electronization and informatization in military equipment also helped raise its demand for MLCC, with the market size reaching RMB1.947 billion in 2013, equaling to 6.5% of the total.

Major MLCC companies profiled in China Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor (MLCC) Industry Report, 2014-2017 include Fenghua Advanced Technology, Eyang Holdings, Walsin, Sanwa Electric Instrument, KYOCERA, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, Murata, Chaozhou Three-Circle, TDK, Yageo and TAIYO YUDEN. Military, industrial and consumer MLCC markets like mobile phones, computer and TV are the market segments discussed in this research, available for purchase at .

In terms of the worldwide competitive landscape, major MLCC manufacturers largely come from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, e.g. Murata, TDK, TAIYO YUDEN and KYOCERA from Japan, Samsung Electro-Mechanics from South Korea, Yageo and Walsin from Taiwan. In 2013, Murata, the world's largest MLCC manufacturer, took up 21.5% market share; Samsung Electro-Mechanics retained its second position after surpassing TDK in 2009, hitting 20.2% market share; TDK ranked third with 12.7%.

China Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor (MLCC) Industry Report, 2014-2017 is primarily concerned with the followings: 

  • Overview of MLCC Industry in China, including development history, policies and regulations, market size, production and marketing, competitive landscape, exports, trends, etc.;
  • Chinese demand for MLCC by market segments, involving scale, development prospects, etc. of consumer electronics market, industrial product market, military field, etc.;
  • 11 domestic and foreign manufactures e.g. Fenghua Advanced Technology, Eyang Holdings, Walsin, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, Murata, KYOCERA, TAIYO YUDEN, Yageo, TDK and Chaozhou Three-Circle, covering their profile, financial performance, output and sales volume, major customers, R&D, distribution of production base, technical features, etc.

Global and China Optical Fiber Preform Industry Report, 2013-2016 is a June 2014 research of 108 pages. Pulled by the broadband demand from 4G, FTTx and LTE, the Chinese optical fiber preform market demand is growing rapidly, which then brings ever-increasing import volume. In 2013, the Chinese optical fiber preform imports rose 20.2% year on year to 2,748.1 tons, making up 45.4% of the country's demand. As the second largest optical fiber preform manufacturing enterprise in China, Hengtong Optic-electric Co., Ltd. has been provided with the 650 tons/a optical fiber preform production capacity. Its 610 tons/a Optical Fiber Preform Project newly constructed in August 2013 is expected to be completed and put into production in 2015. Companies profiled in this research include Corning, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Fujikura, Prysmian, Furukawa Electric, NV Twentsche Kabel Holding (TKH), Yangtze Optical Fibre and Cable Company Ltd. (YOFC), Hengtong Optic-electric Co., Ltd. (600487), Jiangsu Zhongtian Technology Co., Ltd. (600522), FiberHome Telecommunication Technologies Co., Ltd. (600498), Futong Group and Potevio Fasten Optical Communication Co.,Ltd. (PUTIAN-FASTEN) . Complete report is available at .

List of Charts provided in China Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor (MLCC) Industry Report, 2014-2017 include: 

MLCC Industry Chain
Global MLCC Market Size, 2007-2013
China MLCC Sales, 2007-2013
MLCC Market Size by Segment, 2013
China MLCC Output, 2008-2013
MLCC Demand in China, 2007-2013
Net Import Volume of MLCC in China, 2009-2014
Average Import/Export Price of MLCC in China, 2009-2014
Market Share of Major Global MLCC Manufacturers, 2013
China Military MLCC Market Size, 2007-2013
China Industrial MLCC Market Size, 2007-2013
China Consumer MLCC Market Size, 2007-2013
MLCC Demand by Computers in China, 2007-2017E
MLCC Demand by TV in China, 2007-2017E
Revenue and Net Income of Fenghua Advanced Technology, 2008-2013
Revenue Breakdown of Fenghua Advanced Technology by Region, 2009-2013
Revenue and Net Income of Eyang, 2009-2013
Gross Margin of Eyang's MLCC, 2008-2013
Revenue and Net Income of Walsin, 2008-2013
Customer Category and % of Total Revenue of Walsin, 2013
Revenue and Net Income of Kyocera, FY2009-FY2014
Revenue and Net Income of Samsung Electro-Mechanics, 2008-2013
Revenue and Profit Breakdown of Samsung Electro-Mechanics by Product, 2013
Revenue and Net Income of Murata, FY2009-FY2014
Revenue and Net Income of CCTC, 2009-2013
TDK's 5 Core Technologies and 15 Sectors
Revenue and Net Income of TDK, FY2009-FY2014
Revenue and Net Income of Yageo, 2008-2013
Revenue and Net Income of Yuden, FY2009-FY2014
Main Products of TAIYO YUDEN
Advantages and Applications of Main Capacitor Products
Mainstream MLCC Size, 1980-2012
China's Policies on MLCC and Related Material Industries
Import Volume, Import Value and Average Import Price of MLCC in China, 2009-2014
Import Volume and Value of Major Import Sources of MLCC in China, 2013
Export Volume, Export Value and Average Export Price of MLCC in China, 2009-2014
Export Volume and Value of Major Export Destinations of MLCC in China, 2013
Factories of Foreign MLCC Manufacturers in China
Capacity of Major MLCC Manufacturers in China, 2012
Output and Sales Volume of Major MLCC Manufacturers in China, 2012
MLCC Usage of Different Types of Mobile Phones, 2013-2014
Output of Different Types of Mobile Phones in China, 2008-2017E
MLCC Demand by Mobile Phones in China (by Product), 2008-2017E
Output of Various Types of Computers in China, 2008-2017E
Output of Various Types of TV in China, 2008-2017E
Revenue Breakdown of Fenghua Advanced Technology by Product, 2009-2013
Gross Margin of Fenghua Advanced Technology by Product, 2009-2013
Sales Volume, Output and Inventory of Main Products of Fenghua Advanced Technology, 2012-2013
Fenghua Advanced Technology's Sales from Top 5 Customers and % of Total Sales, 2013
Fenghua Advanced Technology's Procurement from Top 5 Suppliers and % of Total Procurement, 2013
R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Fenghua Advanced Technology, 2012-2013
Revenue Structure of Eyang by Product, 2011-2013
Revenue Structure of Eyang by Region, 2011-2013
Main MLCC Products of Eyang
Revenue Structure of Walsin by Product, 2013
Revenue Structure of Walsin by Region, 2013
Primary MLCC Series of Walsin
Capacity and Output of Main Products of Walsin, 2012-2013
Sales Volume and Sales of Main Products of Walsin
Main MLCC Products of Sanwa
Key Segment and Product of Kyocera
Revenue Breakdown of Kyocera by Product, FY2013
Revenue Breakdown of Kyocera by Region, FY2013-FY2014
MLCC Products of Kyocera
R&D Expenditure of Kyocera, FY2009-FY2014
Key Products and Customer Distribution of Samsung Electro-Mechanics
Revenue Breakdown of Samsung Electro-Mechanics by Region, 2013
MLCC Products of Samsung Electro-Mechanics
Revenue Breakdown of Murata by Product, FY2010-FY2014
Revenue Breakdown of Murata by Region, FY2010-FY2014
Sales and Proportion of Main Products of Chaozhou Three-Circle, 2011-2014
Sales and Proportion of Chaozhou Three-Circle by Region, 2011-2014
Capacity, Output, Sales Volume, Sales and Average Price of Main Products
MLCC Products of CCTC
MLCC Revenue, Cost and Gross Margin of Chaozhou Three-Circle, 2011-2014
Raw Material Purchase Volume, Value and Average Price of Chaozhou Three-Circle, 2011-2014
R & D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Chaozhou Three-Circle, 2011-2014
Revenue Breakdown of TDK by Product, FY2013-FY2014
Revenue and Net Income of TDK, FY2010-FY2014
Capacitor Production Bases of TDK in China
Revenue Structure of Yageo by Product, 2013
Revenue Structure of Yageo by Region, 2009-2013
Main MLCC Products of Yageo
Capacity and Output of Major Products of Yageo, 2012-2013
Sales Volume and Sales of Major Products of Yageo, 2012-2013
Revenue Breakdown of Yuden by Product, FY2013-FY2014
Revenue Breakdown of Yuden by Region, FY2011-FY2014

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