According to the statistics of the latest issue of "China's auto industry production and sales news," from January to June 2009, 55 domestic automobile engine companies included in the statistical scope, accumulatively produced 5,567,700 engines, and sold a total of 5,661,300 engines in the same period as in 2008. This compares with an increase of 9.72% and 8.88% respectively. From the end of last year to the beginning of this year, a series of policies for revitalizing and benefiting the people released by the relevant national departments showed clearly in the first six months of this year. The production and sales volume of the vehicle's engine in the month of June exceeded one million thresholds. Inadvertently reached a new historical height.
As of the end of June 2009, among a total of 55 engine companies, Changan Group, Guangxi Yuchai, Liuzhou Wuling Liuji, FAW-Volkswagen, Beijing Hyundai, FAW Group, Chery, Harbin Dongan Automobile Engine, Anhui Quanchai, Dongfeng Nissan Vehicles, Harbin Dongan Automobile Power Shares, Shanghai GM Powertrain, Dongfeng Honda Engine, Shanghai Volkswagen and Shanghai Volkswagen Powertrain ranked among the top 15 in terms of cumulative production volume in the first half of the year. Compared with the same period of 2008, Changan Group surpassed Guangxi Yuchai and FAW-Volkswagen from the original third place and once again became the industry's oldest leader. Its three micro-car bases have obvious driving roles. In addition, the rankings of Beijing Hyundai Motors, Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicles and Harbin Dongan Automotive Power Co., Ltd. have all significantly improved, and Anhui Quanchai has entered the first camp as a new entrant (newly included in the statistical report).
According to statistical data analysis, there are many beneficiaries of the two policies of â€œcars going to the countrysideâ€ and â€œhalf of the purchase price of passenger cars under 1.6 litersâ€, such as Changâ€™an Group, Liuzhou Wuling Liuji, Beijing Hyundai, and FAW Group (micro-cars). Benefits are obvious), Harbin Dongan automobile engine, Anhui Quanchai, Dongfeng Nissan passenger car, etc. From the analysis of the product structure of several old vehicle manufacturers, due to the popularity of the 1.6-liter displacement vehicle, FAW-Volkswagen, Shanghai GM Powertrain, Shanghai Volkswagen, and Shanghai Volkswagen Powertrain are all policy beneficiaries.
According to the type of fuel, the change in diesel engine sales continued to be faster than that of gasoline engines in the first half of this year. As the cumulative growth rate of passenger cars in the first half of the year was more than 20%, the overall production and sales of gasoline engines recovered. The statistics of the 40 automobile gasoline engine manufacturing enterprises, cumulative production and sales in the first half of 2009 were 4,075,500 units and 4,127,600 units respectively, an increase of 12.25% and 11.82% respectively over the same period of the previous year. Among them, Changan Group, Liuzhou Wuling Liuji, FAW-Volkswagen, Beijing Hyundai, Chery, Harbin Dongan Automobile Engine, Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle, Harbin Dongan Automobile Power Shares, Shanghai GM Powertrain, Dongfeng Honda Engine, Shanghai Volkswagen, Shanghai Volkswagen Powertrain, Geely Holdings, GAC Toyota Motor and Shenlong ranked among the top 15 in terms of production volume.
Among the 24 companies that produce gasoline engines at a relatively high output (average monthly output of 10,000 units or more in the first half of the year), Shanghai Volkswagen Powertrain (accumulated production in the first half of the year was 123.09% year-on-year), Chongqing Panan Huaihai Power (80.60%), Changan Group (47.83%), Beijing Hyundai (39.31%), Nanjing Changan Ford Mazda Engine (36.66%), Harbin Dongan Automobile Power Shares (34.94%), Geely Holding (24.98%), Tianjin FAW Xiali ( 23.68%), Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle (19.89%), Chongqing Changan Suzuki (15.63%), Harbin Dongan Automobile Engine (15.09%), FAW Car (15.03%) grew faster; Shanghai General Motors (-32.33%), FAW Toyota (Tianjin) engines (-29.02%) and Shanghai Volkswagen (-28.62%) have a greater decline. Of course, Shanghai Volkswagen and Shanghai GM are each split into two power companies, making their respective companies a better and a poorer one, which is a matter of statistical caliber and consistency. Only the FAW Toyota (Tianjin) Engine, which has experienced a significant decline (over -10%), is in line with its conservative pre-judgment in the Chinese auto market in the first half of the year.
The statistics of 26 diesel engine companies in the first half of 2009 accumulated production and sales were 1,490,400 units and 1,486,600 units, respectively, an increase of 3.34% and 1.45% over the same period of last year. Among them, Guangxi Yuchai, FAW Group, Anhui Quanchai, Kunming Yunnei, Weichai Holdings, Dongfeng Chaochai, and China National Heavy Duty Truck Group ranked the top 7 in production volume. The biggest aspect of this sort of ranking is that Anhui Quan Diesel, which was unnamed a year ago, squeezed Dongfeng Motor out of the top 7.
Of the 12 diesel engine manufacturers with relatively large output (the average monthly output reached 5,000 or more in the first half of the year), Shandong Laidong (the cumulative growth of 51.13% in the first half year), Anhui Quanchai (41.19%), and Kunming Cloud Domestic (23.79%) grew faster, while Dongfeng Motor (-51.88%), Weichai Holdings (-21.48%), China National Heavy Duty Truck Group (-12.34%) and Beiqi Foton (-12.17%) performed unsatisfactorily . It can also be seen that the start of the rural market and the freight market have not yet fully recovered from the engine displacement.
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