China Packaging Machinery Industry Size Report 2014-2017

In 2013, China manufactured 109,800 sets of packaging equipment, up 13.46% year on year, generating total revenue of RMB27.095 billion, a jump of 7.75% from a year earlier. The industry’s total revenue presented a CAGR of 16.38% during 2007-2013. The development of industries like food packaging, pharmaceutical packing and household chemicals packaging will conduce to strong growth momentum of packaging machinery industry.

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In 2013, sales of RMB1.988 billion were achieved in the Chinese packaging machinery automation market, of which low-voltage motor, low-voltage converter and servo were top three best-selling products, separately accounting for 25.8%, 21.2% and 19.1% of packaging machinery automation market. Servo, as an important component for automatic packaging machinery, has significant pulling effect on packaging machinery automation market and will usher in a stage of rapid development in the future

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Affected by a combination of multiple factors, such as capital, technology, talent and experience, most of domestic packaging equipment manufacturers in China operate in small scale, resulting in a low market concentration. However, the industry is becoming increasingly concentrated, with five large companies holding a combined 10.38% market share in 2013, up 1.25 percentage points against 2012 and expected to further improve in the future.

As the first listed company in China beverage packaging machinery industry, Guangzhou Tech-Long Packaging Machinery Co., Ltd. (Tech-Long) has a 140,000 m2 beverage packaging machinery plant, and it has been the largest beverage packaging equipment manufacturing base in Asia. In 2013, Tech-Long manufactured 415 sets of liquid packaging machinery, soaring by 221.7% from the previous year, and sold 422 sets, rising by 34.39% on a year-on-year basis.

J.S. Corrugating Machinery Co., Ltd (J.S. Machine) is the first listed paper product packaging machinery manufacturer in China, the largest base for R&D, manufacture and export of paper product packaging machinery in the country, and the world’s largest producer of corrugated mechanical equipment and follow-up processing equipment. In 2013, the company earned revenue of RMB470 million from packaging machinery, a 48.62% rise from the prior year, making up 1.73% of the market, up 0.47 percentage points from the year before.

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China Testing Machine Industry Report, 2013-2017 Latest Publication by MarketResearchReports.Biz

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Testing machine is the important infrastructure and tool for scientific research and application of materials. In January-July 2014 China produced 77,000 units of testing machines, up 14% year on year, with annual output expected to be more than 90,000 units. Its testing machine production is mainly concentrated in Liaoning, Guangdong, Shandong, Jiangsu and other regions, especially Liaoning province boasts the highest output e.g. 48,000 units in January-July 2014, accounting for 62.4% of the total.

Testing machine includes metallic material testing machine, structure testing machine, balancing machine, nondestructive testing instrument, etc., which are widely used in all walks of life, such as industry, military industry, metallurgy, construction, aviation, aerospace, shipbuilding, quality control and measurement.

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In the area of balancing machine, full-automatic balancing machine as high-end smart device has found extensive application in motor, electric tools, household appliances, pump, fan, automobile, chemical, high-speed rail, electricity, shipbuilding, aerospace and aviation, etc.. In China’s balancing machine market, foreign competitors mainly refer to Schenck Process GmbH, Japan-based KOKUSAI and DSK; local counterparts are Hangzhou Jizhi Mechatronic Co., Ltd., Beijing Keeven Precision Testing Machinery Co. Ltd. (formerly Beijing Keeven Instrument Factory), Shanghai Schiak Testing Machinery Co., Ltd. (formerly Shanghai Testing Machinery Works), Shanghai Shenlian Testing Machineries Works, Xiaogan Songlin Kokusai Measuring Instrument Co., Ltd., Shanghai Balance United Machinery Co.,Ltd and so forth.

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In the area of nondestructive testing instrument, ultrasonic nondestructive testing instrument becomes a high-tech product in the sector, showing good prospects for development, and the industry’s overall profit is higher. Wuhan Zhongke Innovation Technology Co., Ltd., for instance, posted a high gross margin of 76.41% in H1 2014. Due to high technical barriers, there are relatively few competitors in China’s ultrasonic nondestructive testing instrument market, mainly Guangdong Goworld Co., Ltd., Nantong Union Digital Technology Development Co., Ltd. and Nantong Topsonic Precision Instrument Co., Ltd., in addition to Zhongke Innovation.

China Testing Machine Industry Report, 2014 contains eight chapters and 58 charts, primarily involving China’s testing machine industry overview and major enterprises, development of market segments (balancing machine and nondestructive testing), policies, market size, competition pattern, future development trend, etc., but also profile, output and sales volume, main products, etc. of 23 key players at home and abroad e.g. MTS, Shimadzu, Instron, Jinan Shidai Shijin Testing Machine Group Co., Ltd., Luoyang Bearing Science & Technology Co., Ltd., Schenck Process GmbH, KOKUSAI, DSK, Hangzhou Jizhi Mechatronic Co., Ltd..

Global Intelligent Driving Industry| Report 2014

Intelligent car is now developing towards in-vehicle infotainment and intelligent driving, which have become increasingly practical since 2013. Intelligent driving is based on various driver assistance technologies, chiefly aimed at automated or unmanned driving.

Already-launched automated driving technologies by international advanced vehicle makers are still in the stage of driver assistance or semi-automated driving. In addition to a great many high- and medium-class cars, some economical passenger cars have also begun to adopt driver assistance technologies, and automated driving systems in a particular case like traffic jam assistant have been installed in some streamlined advanced models. Automated driving technologies in the research and development test have entered the highly-automated driving stage. In 2013-2014, several vehicle makers or technology companies e.g. Google launched their highly-automated driving concept models.

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Driver assistance technologies all over the world have ushered in massive configuration of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), which is also one of the most-demanding automotive sectors in recent years, expected to see a CAGR of 20% over 2013-2017.

The combined utilization of multiple ADASs can achieve a higher automation and make driving smarter. As a general rule, the more ADAS systems a car carries, the more intelligent it is. On the whole, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi and Nissan lead the way in ADAS configuration, with more functions, higher automation and supporting ratio. Vehicle makers prefer to apply ADAS systems to new, top-selling and new energy models.

Volvo will sell the first with highly-automated driver assistance system – XC90 at the end of 2014,followed by other leading vehicle makers from 2015. It is expected that mass-produced highly-automated cars will appear around the year 2020, and large-scale commercially-applied fully-automated ones around 2030.

Table of Content

1. Intelligent Car and Intelligent Driving
1.1 Intelligent Car
1.2 Overview of Intelligent Driving
1.3 Driver Assistance Technology
1.3.1 Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
1.3.2 Parking Assist System (PAS)/ Reverse Assist System (RAS)
1.3.3 Collision Avoidance System (CAS)/Brake Assist System (BAS)
1.3.4 Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
1.3.5 Night Vision System (NVS)
1.3.6 Driver Fatigue Monitoring and Warning System
1.3.7 Cooperative Driver Assistance System

2. Global ADASApplication
2.1 Global ADAS Market
2.2 Configuration

3. Intelligent Drive System Assembly by Vehicle Makers
3.1 Volkswagen Group
3.1.1 Volks Wagenwerk
3.1.2 Audi AG
3.1.3 Other Brands
3.2 BMW
3.3 Daimler AG
3.4 Volvo
3.5 GM
3.6 Ford
3.7 Toyota
3.8 Honda
3.9 Nissan

4. Automated Driving Technology R&D and Roadmap of Vehicle Makers
4.1 Volvo
4.1.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.1.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.1.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.2 Mercedes-Benz
4.2.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.2.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.2.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.3 BMW
4.3.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.3.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.3.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.4 Audi
4.4.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.4.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.4.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.5 Ford
4.5.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.5.2 Cooperative R&D Projects
4.6 Toyota
4.6.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.6.2 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.7 Nissan
4.7.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.7.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.7.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving

5. Automated Driving Technology R&Dand Roadmap of Technology Companies
5.1 Google
5.1.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
5.1.2 Differences with Traditional OEM Manufacturer
5.2 Mobileye Vision Technologies
5.3 Baidu

China and Global Sugar Industry Overview Report, 2014-2017

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During 2008/09-2012/13, the global raw sugar output presented a CAGR of 5.4% as the market experienced a shift from a short supply to oversupply. In 2013-2014, the output of raw sugar somewhat declined to 175.7 million tons. It is predicted that in 2014/15 the global raw sugar output will continue to fall, and that high inventory of global sugar will thus be very likely to reverse.

As one of the world’s important table sugar producers, China saw the sugar output of 13.318 million tons, up 1.9% from a year earlier, ranking the third place around the globe. Cane sugar is the major sugar variety in China, with its output accounting for over 90% of the total sugar output in the country. With larger planting area, Guangxi leads China in table sugar output, with its sugar output for 2013 occupying 64.3% of the national total.

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Affected by the laws of sugarcane production, the sugarcane output in China will show a downward trend, which would probably last through 2016/17 season. On the other hand, restricted by the factors like natural environment and industry policies, China’s sugar output will grow by a limited margin.

Since 2012, despite a rising downstream demand, China’s sugar manufacturers has suffered great losses, hurt by lower table sugar prices and rising costs of production. In H1 2014, up to 66.0% of Chinese sugar producers made losses. Although sugar factories, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, were facing business difficulties, yet industry integration is difficult.

The acceleration of sugar industry integration through mergers and aquisitions is in line with the government’s expectation, but large sugar manufacturers are generally in a shortage of funds, and if they acquire small and medium-sized enterprises that have no technical and cost advantages, they would suffer losses. At present, some big sugar manufacturers like Nanning Sugar Industry are more inclined to take technological upgrading to improve sugar business while others such as Guangxi Guitang (Group) and Xinjiang Guannong Fruit & Antler Group would reverse the plight by cutting sugar business and expanding other industries.

Table of Content

1. Sugar Related Concepts
1.1 Sugar Related Concepts
1.2 Sugar Industry Chain

2. Development of Global Sugar Industry
2.1 Global Sugar Crop Production
2.1.1 Sugarcane
2.1.2 Beet
2.2 Global Raw Sugar Production
2.2.1 Supply & Demand
2.2.2 Supply Structure
2.2.3 International Trade
2.2.4 Sugar Price Trend
2.3 Major Countries
2.3.1 Brazil
2.3.2 India
2.3.3 Thailand
2.3.4 Australia
2.3.5 EU-27 Nations
2.3.6 USA
2.3.7 Russia

3. Development of China Sugar Industry
3.1 Policy Environment
3.1.1 12th Five-Year Development Plan for Sugar Industry
3.1.2 National Reserve System
3.1.3 Sugar Import Tariff System
3.2 Sugar Crop Production
3.2.1 Sugarcane
3.2.2 Beet
3.3 Overview of Table Sugar Production in China
3.3.1 Table Sugar Production
3.3.2 Demand
3.3.3 Import & Export
3.3.4 Price Trend
3.4 Sugar Enterprises

4. Downstream Industry & Alternatives Industry of China Sugar Industry
4.1 Downstream Industry
4.1.1 Beverage
4.1.2 Candy
4.1.3 Pastry
4.1.4 Dairy
4.2 Substitutes Industry
4.2.1 Starch Sugar
4.2.2 Xylitol

5. Global Key Companies
5.1 Associated British Foods plc
5.1.1 Profile
5.1.2 Operation
5.1.3 Revenue Structure
5.1.4 Sugar Business
5.2 COSAN
5.2.1 Profile
5.2.2 Operation
5.2.3 Revenue Structure
5.2.4 Gross Margin
5.2.5 Sugarcane Crushing Business
5.2.6 Warehousing Business

6. Key Companies in China
6.1 Nanning Sugar Industry Co., Ltd.
6.1.1 Profile
6.1.2 Operation
6.1.3 Revenue Structure
6.1.4 Gross Margin
6.1.5 Customers
6.1.6 Sugar Business
6.1.7 Forecast & Prospect
6.2 Guangxi Guitang (Group) Co., Ltd.
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.2 Operation
6.2.3 Revenue Structure
6.2.4 Gross Margin
6.2.5 Customers
6.2.6 Sugar Business
6.2.7 Forecast & Prospect
6.3 COFCO Tunhe
6.3.1 Profile
6.3.2 Operation
6.3.3 Revenue Structure
6.3.4 Gross Margin
6.3.5 Customers
6.3.6 Sugar Business
6.3.7 Forecast & Prospect
6.4 Baotou Huazi Industrial Co., Ltd.
6.4.1 Profile
5.4.2 Operation
6.4.3 Revenue Structure
6.4.4 Gross Margin
6.4.5 Customers
6.4.6 Sugar Business
6.4.7 Forecast & Prospect
6.5 Xinjiang Guannong Fruit & Antler Group Co., Ltd
6.5.1 Profile
6.5.2 Operation
6.5.3 Revenue Structure
6.5.4 Gross Margin
6.5.5 Customers
6.5.6 Sugar Business
6.5.7 Forecast & Prospect
6.6 Guangxi Yangpu Nanhua Sugar Industry Group Co., Ltd.
6.6.1 Profile
6.6.2 Operation
6.6.3 Subsidiaries
6.6.4 Fundraising Projects
6.7 Dongtang Group
6.7.1 Profile
6.7.2 Subsidiary
6.8 GuangXi State Farms Sugar Industrial Group Company Limited
6.8.1 Profile
6.8.2 Subsidiaries
6.9 Yunnan Yinmore Sugar Group Company Ltd.
6.9.1 Profile
6.9.2 Operation
6.9.3 Subsidiaries
6.10 Botian Sugar
6.10.1 Profile
6.10.2 Subsidiaries
6.11 Guangdong Hengfu Sugar Industry Group Co., Ltd.

7 Summary & Outlook
7.1 Global Tablet Sugar Industry
7.1.1 Climate Effect
7.1.2 Market Price
7.2 Sugar Industry in China
7.2.1 Yield Increase Potential
7.2.2 Policy Orientation
7.2.3 Market Price
7.2.4 Corporate Operation

Structural Electronics Applications, Technologies, Forecasts 2015-2025

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Structural electronics (SE) is one of the most important technological developments of this century. It forms a key part of the dream, formulated decades ago, of computing disappearing into the fabric of society. It also addresses, in a particularly elegant manner, the dream of Edison in 1880 that electricity should be made where it is needed. SE is often biomimetic – it usefully imitates nature in ways not previously feasible. It is a rapidly growing multi-billion dollar business.

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Structural electronics involves electronic and/or electrical components and circuits that act as load-bearing, protective structures, replacing dumb structures such as vehicle bodies or conformally placed upon them. It is of huge interest to the aerospace industry which is usually the first adopter, the automotive industry and in civil engineering both with compelling needs but its reach is much broader even than this. Electric cars badly need longer range and more space for the money and, in civil engineering, corrosion of reinforced concrete structures and tighter requirements for all structures, including early warning of problems, are among the market drivers for structural electronics.

The common factor is that both load bearing and smart skin formats occupy only unwanted space. The electronics and electrics effectively have no volume. More speculatively, electronics and electrics injected into unused voids in vehicle bodies, buildings etc., say as aerogel, could also provide this benefit without necessarily being load bearing but possibly providing other benefits such as heat insulation. Some present and future applications of structural electronics are morphing aircraft using shape memory alloys, car with printed organic light emitting diode OLED lighting on outside and inside of roof and printed photovoltaics over the outside generating electricity supercapacitor skin on an electric car replacing the traction battery as energy storage, smart skin as a nervous system for an aircraft and solar boats and aircraft running on sunshine alone. In London, a piezoelectric smart dance floor generates electricity and smart bridges across the world have sensors and more embedded in their concrete, all forms of structural electronics as it is increasingly the way to go.

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1. Introduction
1.2. What is it?
1.3. Tackling urgent problems
1.4. Primary benefits
1.5. Maturity by applicational sector
1.6. Objectives and benefits
1.7. Materials and processes currently favoured
1.8. Smart skin
1.9. Component types being subsumed
1.10. Future proof
1.11. How to make structural electronics
1.11.1. A host of new technologies
1.12. Market forecasts

2. APPLICATIONS OF STRUCTURAL ELECTRONICS
2.1. Aerospace
2.2. Cars
2.3. Consumer goods and home appliances
2.4. Bridges and buildings

3. KEY FORMATS AND ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
3.1. Basics
3.2. Detailed analysis
3.3. NASA leading the way
3.4. Early progress at plastic electronic

4. SMART SKIN
4.1. Description
4.2. Wire and cable smart cladding
4.3. Many other examples
4.4. NASA open coil arrays as electronic smart skin
4.5. American Semiconductor CLAS systems
4.6. BAE Systems UK: smart skin for aircraft then cars and dams
4.7. Composites evolve to add electronic functionality
4.7.1. Reasons, achievements, timeline 1940-2030

5. SOME KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
5.1. Smart materials
5.1.1. Comparisons, uses
5.1.2. Fiat car of the future
5.2. Printed and flexible electronics
5.2.1. Introduction and examples
5.2.2. Basic printed modules
5.2.3. Bendable then conformal photovoltaics
5.2.4. Printed electronics in structural electronics
5.3. 3D printing
5.3.1. Introduction
5.3.2. New materials
5.3.3. Adding electronic and electrical functions
5.3.4. The future

6. STRUCTURAL SUPERCAPACITORS AND BATTERIES
6.1. Many forms of structural supercapacitor
6.2. Fundamentals
6.3. Structural batteries and fuel cells

7. COMPANY PROFILES
7.1. Boeing, USA
7.2. Canatu
7.3. Neotech, Germany
7.4. Odyssian Technology, USA
7.5. Paper Battery Co., USA
7.6. Soligie
7.7. TactoTek, Finland
7.8. T-Ink IDTECHEX RESEARCH REPORTS AND CONSULTING

1.1. Global problems in certain applicational sectors
1.2. Benefits and challenges of structural electronics)
1.3. Benefits of structural electronics in different structures
1.4. Application patterns in current materials and processes
1.5. Criteria for a component to be most suitable for subsuming into SE
1.6. Some of the benefits of replacing conventional electronic and electric components and dumb structures with structural electronics by applicational sector most needing them
1.7. Very approximate estimate of the structural electronics market 2015 and 2025 $billion globally
1.8. Market forecast by component type for 2014-2024 in US $ billions, for printed and potentially printed electronics including organic, inorganic and composites 1.9. IDTechEx WSN forecast 2014-2024 with RTLS for comparison
1.10. Ten year forecasts for printed sensors (US$ million)
1.11. Electric vehicles market value (US$ billion) forecasts by vehicle type 2013-2025
3.1. Enabling technologies for present and future structural electronics
4.1. Example of demonstrated (in grey) and envisaged (in green) smart skin for inanimate objects and examples of organisations involved. Largest markets in red. Very approximate estimate of global market size 2025 $ billion.
4.2. NASA Sans EC open coil arrays as aircraft smart skin compared with metal mesh
4.3. Composites to electronic composites: objectives, achievements, future prospects 1940-2030
5.1. Examples of smart materials and their functions, challenges and potential uses in structural electronics
1.1. Some future applications of structural electronics
1.2. Maturity and sophistication of applications of structural electronics by sector showing strong adoption in yellow, intermediate in green and later adoption in magenta
1.3. Precursors of structural electronics in yellow, transitioning to established technology in green, and speculative dreams in magenta
1.4. Some possible structures of multilayer multifunctional electronic smart skin
1.5. Very approximate estimate of the structural electronics market 2015 and 2025 $billion globally
1.6. Market forecast by component type for 2014-2024 in US $ billions, for printed and potentially printed electronics including organic, inorganic and composites 1.7. Total WSN market $M
1.8. Market forecast for printed sensors to 2024 (in $ million)
2.1. Some applications and potential applications of structural electronics in aerospace
2.2. Smart composite actuator concept
2.3. Slotted Waveguide Antenna Stiffened Structure SWASS
2.4. Some applications and potential applications of structural electronics in cars
2.5. Supercapacitor car bodywork replaces traction batteries experimentally
2.6. Supercapacitor car trunk lid, experimental
2.7. Printed OLED lighting on and under car roof plus printed organic photovoltaics on the roof all as integrated structural electronics in a Daimler concept car 2.8. Some applications and potential applications of structural electronics in consumer goods and home appliances
2.9. Some applications and potential applications of structural electronics in bridges and buildings
2.10. Optimising setting of concrete using embedded sensors and sensors monitoring seismic damage and deterioration
3.1. Key formats and some key enabling technologies for structural electronics
3.2. Some of the enabling technologies for structural electronics and relationships between them
3.3. NASA nanotechnology roadmaps
3.4. NASA nanomaterials roadmap
3.5. NASA nanosensor roadmap
3.6. NASA biomimetics and bio-inspired systems
3.7. Project status at plastic electronic for different application segments
4.1. Supercapacitor smart skin on copper conducting wire or cable
4.2. NASA Sans EC open coil arrays (a) placed on aircraft (b) as array of laminar open circuit coils and (c) the shape of a typical coil used
4.3. American Semiconductor CLAS for aircraft
4.4. Flex ICs
4.5. Conformally attached FleX IC prototype with direct write flexible interconnects
4.6. Prototype smart skin
4.7. FleX transparent, thin, flexible CMOS
4.8. Envisioned production process for smart skin: conductor, insulator, simple display, power and flexibly mounted chips
4.9. Planned UAV trial of FleX smart skin
5.1. Fiat car of the future
5.2. Printed electronics power module developed under the European Community FACESS project
5.3. Types of early win and longer term project involving printed electronics 1995-2025
5.4. The Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) at the Shell Eco Marathon competition 2014
5.5. Cosmetic 3DP on structure
5.6. Timeline of 3DP applications
7.1. Spectrolab roadmap for multilayer cells
7.2. Odyssian technology that structurally integrates flex circuits and/or printed polymer circuits into conventional or composite structure often including conventional PCBs.

2014 Edition Global Car Rental Market Analysis, Size and Share Report

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One of the industries which benefitted the most on account of improving world economy is car rental. Car rental is the hiring of a motor vehicle from one party to another party. Car rental companies are the ones which offer cars and vehicles on rent for a few hours to a few weeks, for a fee. These companies generally cater to the requirement of people or travelers who are travelling overseas or out of city or whose vehicle is damaged and repair/ insurance compensation is awaited.

North America holds the largest market share of car rental industry which is one of the prominent regions wherein car rental service has flourished significantly. North America is followed by Europe which holds second largest share for car rental market. The emerging countries such as India, China are steadily growing in the car rental industry mainly due to growing demand in these countries.

Increasing GDP levels, increasing volumes of both inbound and domestic tourists coupled with rise in disposable incomes and improving road infrastructure are factors driving the car rental industry. The emerging business class in India and China along with the green revolution in the automobile industry is further driving the car rental market. However, the volatility in petroleum product prices, along with high gasoline price, is expected to affect both consumers spending levels and economic conditions across the globe, thereby leaving a moderate impact on the global car rental industry. Other major challenge faced by the industry is tightening of emission standards in various parts of the world.

The report, “Global Car Rental Market” analyzes the development of the global car rental market, with a focus on key markets of the US, Brazil, Korea, Indonesia and China. The major trends, growth drivers as well as issues being faced by the industry are being presented in this report. The three major players in the industry, Hertz Global Holdings, Inc., Avis Budget Group, Inc., and Enterprise Holdings, Inc., are being profiled, along with their key financials and strategies for growth.

By combining SPSS Inc.’s data integration and analysis capabilities with our relevant findings, we have predicted the future growth of the industry. We employed various significant variables that have an impact on this industry and created regression models with SPSS Base to determine the future direction of the industry. Before deploying the regression model, the relationship between several independent or predictor variables and the dependent variable was analyzed using standard SPSS output, including charts, tables, and tests.

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Vacation Ownership (Timeshare) Industry Report: 2014 Edition

Vacation ownership, also known as timeshare, continues to lead in the hospitality and leisure industry with steady growth, as the large part of the industry’s constant innovation developed in response to consumer lifestyle needs and vacation preferences. It is one of the most evolving and profitable sectors in the hospitality market, holding vast growth potential. This sector was once dominated by private developers selling one-week fee intervals, but now includes publicly-traded hospitality companies actively developing a full range of offerings at different price points in resort and urban destinations.

The key factors driving growth of the global vacation ownership industry include rising number of HNWI and employed population, growing demand for leisure and recreation, increasing internet penetration, ameliorating global economic condition and zealous international tourism in the US. Some of the noteworthy trends and developments of this industry are enhanced buyer’s protection, shifting profitability from hotel stays to timeshare buying, growing popularity for eco-friendly timeshare resorts and fast pace recovery of respective industry in the developed markets after recession. However, the growth of vacation ownership market is hindered by a number of factors including low resale value and stringent government regulations.

At present, the global vacation ownership industry is recovering at a fast pace and both demand and supply factors are poised to observe substantial growth in the years to come. However, as the trend suggests, supply is growing relatively slower in comparison with demand. Increase in the factors like occupancy rates, average daily rate (ADR), and revenue per available room (RevPAR) have made significant contribution to the growth of the industry.

The report offers an analysis of the global vacation ownership market along with the study of US hotel and vacation ownership industry. It discusses major market trends, growth drivers and challenges. The market for vacation ownership is personified by intense competition, with numerous large and regional players competing on the basis of quality and location of timeshare resorts, flexibility of usage, and other services offered by them.

Wyndham Worldwide Corporation is the leading player in the global vacation ownership market in terms of revenues, number of resorts, and number of owners. The other leading players include Marriott International, Starwood Hotels, Hilton Hotels, and Hyatt Hotels, among others. The report contains a comprehensive analysis of the global timeshare industry along with the study of regional markets.

By combining SPSS Inc.’s data integration and analysis capabilities with our relevant findings, we have predicted the future growth of the industry. We employed various significant variables that have an impact on this industry and created regression models with SPSS Base to determine the future direction of the industry. Before deploying the regression model, the relationship between several independent or predictor variables and the dependent variable was analyzed using standard SPSS output, including charts, tables, and tests.

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