ASSESSMENT OF CHINA'S MARKET FOR Gas detectors

A GCiS Limited Publication Study Published In December, 2009


China's market for gas detectors grew by around 20% 2009, following a similar rate in 2008, which reflects a burgeoning adoption of safety devices across all industries. Products are polarized between the high-end, high-price detectors used in safety critical applications such as petrochemicals and oil and gas, and low-end products mass produced for civil use. Foreign suppliers tend to dominate the former and domestic companies the latter. A battle for the middle market is expected to ensue as foreign firms consider expanding their presence in China and domestic companies produce products of ever-improving quality.

This GCiS market study draws on a three month, in-depth primary survey of around 100 of the market's supply side and channel players. A detailed understanding of fixed and portable combustible, toxic and multiplex gas detectors is provided by nine industry segments across China. Five-year projections provided in the study will be indispensible to anyone looking to map out the course of this quickly developing market. This report is essential reading for any professional needing accurate and detailed strategic information of this market.

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96

Companies interviewed

2009

project base year

260

report pages

10

Industry segments

Report covers:

    • Market size, by revenue & sales volume 
    • Domestic production capacity, output, imports and exports, by market segment 
    • Rankings and market shares of top suppliers, overall and by segment 
    • Sales channels and the role of channel players 
    • Detailed profiles of leading foreign and domestic suppliers 
    • Market trends, growth, drivers and inhibitors, opportunities and the regulatory situation 5-year forecasts

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