China's comprehensive agricultural mechanization level reached 54.8% in 2011, up 20.5 percentage points from 2004, according to new report; 2012 and 2013 figures projected to be 57% and 58.5%, respectively

Nevin Barich

Nevin Barich

Dec 4, 2012 – Business Wire

DUBLIN , December 4, 2012 (press release) – Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Agricultural Machinery Industry Report, 2011-2013" report to their offering.

Since the implementation of policy of subsidies for purchasing agricultural machinery in 2004, Chinese agricultural machinery industry has made great strides:

- Firstly, the total power of agricultural machineries soars from 640 mln kw in 2004 to 977 million kw in 2011, with a CAGR of 6.2%. And the total power is expected to surpass 1 billion kw by 2012, realizing the objectives set in the 12th Five-Year Plan period ahead of schedule.

- Secondly, the agricultural machinery structure gets optimized, with the machineries with high power, high performance and compound operations maintaining strong growth. In 2011, the ratio of large and medium-sized tractors to small-sized tractors was 1:4.1, and the ratio is expected to reach 1:3.9 by 2012.

- Next, the agricultural mechanization of China has developed into the intermediate stage. In 2011, the comprehensive agricultural mechanization level (plowing, planting and harvesting) reached 54.8%, up 20.5 percentage points over 2004. And the figures in 2012 and 2013 are projected to be 57.0% and 58.5%, respectively.

- Finally, the agricultural machinery service organizations are increasingly expanding, with the service capabilities ever improved.

Key Topics Covered By Global and Chinese Agricultural Machinery Industry Report, 2011-2013

1 Agricultural Machinery Industry Development Worldwide

1.1 Overview

1.2 Major Countries

1.2.1 The United States

1.2.2 Germany

1.2.3 Italy

1.2.4 Japan

2 Agricultural Machinery Industry Development in China

2.1 Policy Environment

2.2 Overview

2.2.1 Industry Scale

2.2.2 Main Products

2.2.3 Import & Export

2.3 Development Level

2.3.1 Agricultural Machinery Equipment Level

2.3.2 Agricultural Machinery Mechanization Level

2.3.3 Agricultural Machinery Services

2.4 Development Pattern

2.4.1 Regional Patterns

2.4.2 Company Patterns

3 Major Agricultural Machinery Products in China

3.1 Tractor

3.2 Harvester

3.3 Transplanter

3.4 Agricultural Vehicles

3.5 Field Machinery

4 Key Provinces & Municipalities in China

4.1 Shandong

4.2 Heilongjiang

4.3 Henan

4.4 Hebei

4.5 Anhui

4.6 Hunan

4.7 Jiangsu

5 Key Agricultural Machinery Companies Worldwide

6 Key Agricultural Machinery Companies in China

Companies Mentioned

- AGCO

- CNH

- Changzhou Dongfeng Agricultural Machinery Group

- Chery Heavy Industry

- Claas

- Foton Lovol International Heavy Industry

- Gifore Agricultural Machinery Chain

- Henan Benma

- Jiangsu Changfa Group

- John Dcere

- Kubota

- Luoyang Zhongshou Machinery Equipment

- Same Deutz-Fahr

- Shandong Changlin Machinery Group

- Shandong Jinyee Machinery Manufacture

- Shandong Juming Group

- Shandong Shifeng (Group)

- Shandong Wuzheng (Group)

- Xinjiang Machinery Research Institute

- YTO Group Corporation

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