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Automotive Seat Motor Industry Global and China Analysis for 2013-2014 adds "Global and China Automotive Seat Motor Industry Report, 2013-2014" to its store.

DALLAS, Aug. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- China has been the world's largest automobile and auto parts markets for five consecutive years since 2009. In the context of such favorable conditions, the world's leading vehicle and auto parts companies have made more efforts to explore the Chinese market, with key global seat motor manufacturers having set up factories or subsidiaries in China, and most of them having constantly built new plants or expanded capacities over the past three years.

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The mainland Chinese companies started late in automotive seat motor field. Most of them began producing such motors after 2003, with scale being small and technologies lagging behind international peers. By 2013, only Shenghuabo Group and Zhejiang Founder Motor Limited Company can produce over 1 million sets of seat motors each annually in Mainland China. Chinese automotive seat motor market now is dominated by foreign manufacturers.

Japanese and German companies play a leading role in automotive seat motor market globally, with the former ranking first with over 40% market share. The world's eight major automotive seat motor suppliers occupy 70% of the global market, of which four are from Japan, namely, ASMO, Nidec, Mitsuba and Mabuchi, two from Germany, i.e., Bosch and Brose, one from Hong Kong, China, i.e., Johnson Electric, and one from Chinese Mainland, i.e, Shenghuabo Group.

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Passenger vehicle seat motors account for above 95% of the entire automotive seat motor market. Only mid-range and upscale passenger vehicles were equipped with seat motors before 2010, but, with intensified configuration competition among vehicle manufacturers and users' growing appetite for comfort, the installation rate of automotive seat motor has been gradually increasing in recent years.

Global and China Automotive Seat Motor Industry Report, 2013-2014 focuses on the following:

  • Overview of automotive seat motor, covering the components of automotive power seat, classification and technical standards of automotive seat motor;
  • Global and Chinese power seat market, including global and Chinese automobile market, major global and Chinese automotive seat companies and global and Chinese automotive power seat market size;
  • Global and Chinese automotive seat motor market, embracing the size and competition of global and Chinese automotive seat motor market.
  • Operation and automotive seat motor business of 8 Chinese and 6 international companies.

Comprehensive Table of Contents and more for the report "Global and China Automotive Seat Motor Industry Report, 2013-2014" is available at .

Few Points from Table of Contents

4. Automotive Seat Motor Companies

4.1 Zhejiang Founder Motor Co., Ltd.

4.2 Shenghuabo Group

4.3 Johnson Electric

4.4 Brose

4.5 ASMO

4.6 Nidec

4.7 Mabuchi Motor Co., Ltd.

4.8 Bosch


4.10 Other Companies in China

List of Charts

Composition of Automotive Seat

Typical 8-way Adjustable Power Seat Buttons

Typical 10-way Adjustable Power Seat

Schematic Diagram for Motor Distribution of Automotive Seat

Automotive Seat Regulating System and Motors Used

Global Automobile Output and Growth Rate, 2007-2014

Global Passenger Vehicle Output and Growth Rate, 2007-2013

Top 10 Passenger Vehicle Countries (by Output Ranking in 2013), 2008-2013

China's Automobile Output and Growth Rate, 2008-2014

China's Passenger Vehicle Output and Growth Rate, 2008-2014

Proportion of China's Passenger Vehicle Output in Global Market, 2007-2013

Market Share of Chinese Passenger Vehicle Brands by Sales Volume, 2010-2013

China's Passenger Vehicle Sales Volume by Displacement, 2012-2013

Proportion of China's Passenger Vehicle Sales Volume by Displacement, 2009-2013

Automotive Seat Business Sales of Major Global Automotive Seat Companies, 2013

Market Share of Major Global Automotive Seat Companies, 2013

Major Chinese Automotive Seat Companies and Supporting Vehicle Manufacturers

Global Top 10 Power Seats for Midsize Cars by Sales Volume, 2013

Power Seat Configuration for Global Passenger Vehicle by Displacement

Global Power Seat Sales Volume and Growth Rate, 2011-2014

China's Power Seat Market Size and Growth Rate, 2011-2014

Global Automotive Seat Motor Sales Volume and Growth Rate, 2011-2014

Global Automotive Seat Motor Sales and Growth Rate, 2011-2014

Market Share of Major Global Seat Motor Companies, 2013

China's Automotive Seat Motor Sales Volume and Growth Rate, 2011-2014

China's Automotive Seat Motor Sales and Growth Rate, 2011-2014

China's Share of Global Automotive Seat Motor Sales Volume, 2011-2014

Factories of Major Global Seat Motor Companies in China

Major Chinese Seat Motor Companies and Their Output, 2013

Revenue and Net Income of Zhejiang Founder Motor, 2010-2014Q1

Revenue Structure of Zhejiang Founder Motor by Product, 2010-2013

Revenue Breakdown of Zhejiang Founder Motor by Product, 2010-2013

Revenue Structure of Zhejiang Founder Motor by Region, 2010-2013

Zhejiang Founder Motor's Revenue from Top 5 Customers, 2013

Gross Margin of Zhejiang Founder Motor, 2011-2014Q1

Gross Margin of Zhejiang Founder Motor by Product, 2010-2013

Fundraising Commitment Projects of Zhejiang Founder Motor by 2013

Primary Business of Shenghuabo Group

Seat Motor Parameters and Appearance of Shenghuabo Group

Development History of Johnson Electric

Revenue and Net Income of Johnson Electric, FY2010-FY2014

Gross Margin and Net Profit Margin of Johnson Electric, FY2010-FY2014

Revenue Structure of Johnson Electric by Division, FY2011-FY2014

Revenue Breakdown of Johnson Electric by Division, FY2011-FY2014

Revenue Structure of Johnson Electric Automotive Products Group by Region, FY2010-FY2014

Revenue Growth Rate of Johnson Electric Automotive Products Group by Region, FY2011-FY2014

Revenue Breakdown of Johnson Electric Automotive Products Group by Region, FY2013-FY2014

Revenue Structure of Johnson Electric Industry Products Group by Region, FY2010-FY2014

Revenue Growth Rate of Johnson Electric Industry Products Group by Region, FY2011-FY2014

Revenue Breakdown of Johnson Electric Industry Products Group by Region, FY2013-FY2014

New Lightweight Seat Motors of Johnson Electric, 2012

New Compact Seat Motors of Johnson Electric, 2013

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