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									          Research Report of
                          CHINA RESEARCH AND INTELLIGENCE

  Chinese Valve Industry,

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Research Report of Chinese Valve Industry, 2009
                            Research Report of Chinese Valve Industry, 2009

The valves are devices used to make the medium (liquid, gas and powder) in the pipes or
equipments flow, stop and enable to control the flow volumes, indispensable fluid control devices
in the national economic departments, such as petroleum, chemical industry, power plants,
long-distance pipelines, shipbuilding, nuclear industry, various low temperature engineering,
space navigation and marine oil.

America is the largest valve provider in the world. According to the statistics from Manufacturers
Standardization Society of the Valve and Fitting Industry, there are more than 110 valves
enterprises with the annual output values exceeding 4 billion USD. With the intensification of the
globalization of American enterprises, American valve enterprises begin to merge the local and
other enterprises in the world so as to expand the market shares and strengthen the
competitiveness. Due to the increasing acquisitions among the enterprises, American valve
enterprises have been a part of some large multinational company.

In recent years, with the fiercer and fiercer competitions in the global valve market, many
international outstanding valve manufacturers have closed down their factories in North America,
Europe and Japan and shifted their factories to China, India, South Korea and Middle Europe with
the purposes of cutting down the manufacturing costs and gaining more sales profits.

With the intensification of the exploitation and utilization of the oil and gas in China, Chinese
valve market will be increased sharply, making most valve manufacturers set up the factories in
China and the speed-up of the demands for the valves in China. Recently, China is striving to
narrow the gap with the US. With several years of development, the number of the value
enterprises in China stands the first place in the world, which is about 6000 large and small valve
enterprises, enabling to provide 3,500 varieties in 40 thousand specifications. In 2008, the scale of
Chinese valve market reached 7 billion USD. With the influences of international financial crisis,
the growth speed of the valve market was cut down, but still up by 10% compared with is
predicted that China is expected to surpass America and become the largest valve market in the
world in 2010.

From the aspect of the products, Chinese valve industry have had the ability of producing more
than a dozen category products, such as gate valves, cut-off valves, ball valves, adjusting valves,
safety valves, check valves, throttle valves, plug valves, pressure release valves, diaphragm valves,
draining valves and emergency cut-off valves etc with the highest and lowest temperatures
between 570℃ and -196℃, at the highest pressure of 600 Mpa and in the largest latus rectum of
5.35 thousand millimeters.

As a whole, mass high-end valves in the domestic market still depend on imports, and most
domestic produced valves belong to low added value and labor-intensive products and few has the
international advanced technical level. At present, various valves produced by Chinese
manufacturers have the shortcomings of inner or external leak, inferior quality in the externals,
short in performance, inflexible in operation and unreliable in the electric and pneumatic devices
etc, partial; of which are only equivalent to the international level in the beginning of 1980s. Some

                            Research Report of Chinese Valve Industry, 2009

valves, used in the high temperature or pressure devices or crucial devices need importing.
Besides, there are still large gaps between Chinese and foreign valve industry in the fields of
industry structures, industry chains and professional level.

The major reasons that cause Chinese local valves are in inferior quality lie in: sharp expansion of
the market scale, weak in mass technical strengths, numerous small manufacturing enterprises in
poor equipments, imitation products and short of corn technologies etc.

China needs to import more than 1 billion USD of the valves so as to meet the market demands.
Taking transmitting the natural gas from the western areas to East China for example, mass valves
used in the main lines are monopolized by the foreign funded enterprises. In the branch line
bidding, only the local enterprises, including Chengdu Chengfeng Valve Co., Ltd and Zigong High
Pressure Valve Co., Ltd win the bidding.

At present, Chinese valve market is rapid expansion and has huge market potential. First, the
procurement amounts of the valves reach over 100 billion USD for China's South-North Water
Diversion Project only from the suburb to the urban district about 70 kilometers, the whole length
of which reach thousand of kilometers. The demands for the valves can be imagined. Besides,
many other projects also have huge demands for the valves, such as the transmitting the natural
gas from the western areas to East China, reforms of the old industrial bases, pipeline
constructions in the cities, disposal of the polluted water and agricultural water conservancy
constructions etc. there is a promising perspective for Chinese valve market, which attracts
massive investors’ attentions at home and abroad.

More following information can be obtained in this report:
- Present Development Situation of Chinese Valve Industry
- Present Development Situation of the Sub-0products of Chinese Valves
- Overview on Chinese Valve industry Chains
- Factors affecting the Development of Chinese Valve Industry
- Major Local Enterprises and Their Operations of Chinese Valve Industry
- Distributions and Operations of the Foreign Funded Valve Enterprises
- Competition Situation of Chinese Valve Market
- Imports and Exports of Chinese Valve Industry
- Investment Opportunities in Chinese Valve Industry
- Prediction on the Development of Chinese Valve Industry

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Table of Contents
1 Operations of the Global Valve Industry
1.1 Development Situation of the Global Valve Market
1.1.1 America Placing the Giant Position in the World’s Valve Industry
1.1.2 Fierce Competition in the Global Valve Market
1.1.3 Fast Increases of the Valve Imports and Exports in East and Southeast Asia
1.1.4 New Complete Sets Being the Mainstream in the World
1.1.5 New Variety Valve Continuing to Emerge
1.2 Competition Patterns of the World’s Valves
1.2.1 West Europe-Steady in the Demands
1.2.2 Middle and East Europe-Price being the Dominating Element
1.2.3 America-Huge Differences
1.2.4 Asia Pacific-Highly Tolerant in the Products
1.3 Demand Characteristics of the Global Valves
1.3.1 Strong Demands for the Control Valves and Valves for Environmental Protection
1.3.2 Largest Uses of the Oil & Gas Valves
1.3.3 Continuous Increasing Demands for the Valves in China
1.4 Major Valve Producing Countries in the Global
1.4.1 America
1.4.2 Japan
1.4.3 Germany
1.5 Major Valve Producing Enterprises in the World
1.5.1 Tyco
1.5.2 Flowserve
1.5.3 Emerson

2 Operations of the Valve Industry in China, 2008
2.1 Position of the Valve Industry in the National Economy
2.1.1 General Position
2.1.2 Position in the Valve Pump, Compressor or Similar Machinery Industry
2.2 Yields and Sales of the Valve Industry in China, 2008
2.2.1 Yields of the Valve Industry in China
2.2.2 Sales of the Valve Industry in China
2.3 Exports and Imports of the Valves in China, 2008
2.4 Valve Products in China, 2008
2.4.1 Valves for Petrochemical Devices
2.4.2 Valves for City Building
2.4.3 Valves for City Heat Supplies
2.4.4 Valves for Environmental Protection
2.4.5 Valves for City Gas
2.4.6 Valves for Long-distance Pipelines
2.4.7 Valves for the Generating Plants
2.4.8 Valves for Smelting
2.4.9 Valves for Offshore Platform

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2.4.10 Valves for Food and Medicines
2.5 Operation Characteristics of Chinese Valve Industry
2.5.1 Enterprise Scale
2.5.2 Product Mix
2.5.3 Regional Focus
2.5.4 Operation Characteristics of the Enterprises

3 Demands of Chinese Valve Product Market, 2008
3.1 Analysis on the Demands for the Valve Products in china
3.1.1 Demand Scale
3.1.2 Demands in the Application Fields
3.1.3 Demands for the Major Valve Products
3.2 Factors affecting the Demands for the Valve Products in China
3.2.1 Policy Factors
3.2.2 Technical Factor
3.2.3 Product Performance Factor
3.2.4 Industrial Chain Factor

4 Competitions of Chinese Valve Industry
4.1 Overview on the Competitions of Chinese Valve Industry
4.1.1 Industry Concentration
4.1.2 Mergers and Acquisitions among the Valve Enterprises
4.1.3 Entry/Exit Barriers
4.2 Competition Groups in Chinese Valve Industry
4.2.1 Local Enterprises
4.2.2 Foreign Funded Enterprises
4.3 Competitiveness of Chinese Valve Industry
4.3.1 Comprehensive Strengths
4.3.2 Substitutes of the Valves
4.4 Competition Elements of Chinese Valve Enterprises
4.4.1 Marketing
4.4.2 Branding
4.4.3 Technologies
4.4.4 Price Competition

5 Major Regions of Valve Industry in China, 2008
5.1 Valve Industry in East China
5.1.1 Yields and Sales
5.1.2 Enterprise Characteristics
5.1.3 Development Trend
5.1.4 Development Potential and Perspectives
5.2 Valve Industry in North China
5.2.1 Yields and Sales
5.2.2 Enterprise Characteristics

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5.2.3 Development Trend
5.3 Valve Industry in the Northeast Regions
5.4 Valve Industry in Central China
5.5 Valve Industry in South China
5.6 Valve Industry in the Western Regions

6 Major Local Enterprises of Chinese Valve Industry
6.1 CNNC Sufa Technology Industry Co., Ltd
6.1.1 Company Profile
6.1.2 Operations
6.1.3 Product Characteristics
6.1.4 Development Strategies
6.2 Zhuzhou Southern Valve Co., Ltd
6.2.1 Company Profile
6.2.2 Operations
6.2.3 Product Characteristics
6.2.4 Development Strategies
6.3 Ningbo Huacheng Valve Co., Ltd
6.3.1 Company Profile
6.3.2 Operations
6.3.3 Product Characteristics
6.3.4 Development Strategies
6.4 Liangjing Group
6.5 Huanqiu Valve Group Co., Ltd.
6.6 Zigong High Pressure Valve Co., Ltd
6.7 CHAODA Valve Inc
6.8 Shanghai Lianggong Valve Factory Co., Ltd
6.9 Guangdong Mingzhu Group Co., Ltd
6.10 Hubei Hongcheng General Machinery Co., Ltd

7 Major Foreign Funded Enterpiese of Chinese Valve Industry
7.1 Tyco International Ltd
7.1.1 Overview on the Businesses in the Global
7.1.2 Distributions in China
7.1.3 Merits & Demerits and Characteristics
7.1.4 Major Competitors in China
7.1.5 Development Strategies in China
7.2.1 Overview on the Businesses in the Global
7.2.2 Distributions in China
7.2.3 Merits & Demerits and Characteristics
7.2.4 Major Competitors in China
7.2.5 Development Strategies in China
7.3 KSB

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7.3.1 Overview on the Businesses in the Global
7.3.2 Distributions in China
7.3.3 Merits & Demerits and Characteristics
7.3.4 Major Competitors in China
7.3.5 Development Strategies in China
7.4 Emerson
7.4.1 Overview on the Businesses in the Global
7.4.2 Distributions in China
7.4.3 Merits & Demerits and Characteristics
7.4.4 Major Competitors in China
7.4.5 Development Strategies in China
7.6 Spirax Sarco Engineering (China) Ltd
7.7 Armstrong International Inc
7.8 Yamatake
7.9 Caleffi
7.10 koso

8 Comparisons between Chinese and Foreign Valve Enterprises
8.1 Comparisons of the Operation Models between Chinese and Foreign Valve Enterprises
8.1.1 Operation Models of the Foreign Valve Enterprises
8.1.2 Operation Models of Chinese Valve Enterprises
8.2 Comparisons of the Development Strategies between Chinese and Foreign Valve Enterprises
8.2.1 Development Strategies of the Foreign Valve Enterprises
8.2.2 Development Strategies of Chinese Valve Enterprises

9 Development Environments of Chinese Valve Industry
9.1 Political Environment of Chinese Valve Industry
9.1.1 Industry Policies
9.1.2 Other Policies
9.2 Economic Environment of Chinese Valve Industry
9.2.1 Economic Trends in China, 2009-2010
9.2.2 Influences of International financial Crisis on Chinese Valve Industry
9.3 Entry/Exit Barriers of Chinese Valve Industry
9.3.1 Policy Barriers
9.3.2 Technical Barriers

10 Chinese Valve Industry Chains
10.1 Upstream Industries of Chinese Valve Industry
10.1.1 Iron & Steel Industry
10.1.2 Electrical Power Industry
10.2 Downstream Industries of Chinese Valve Industry
10.2.1 Application of the Valves in the Electrical Power Industry
10.2.2 Application of the Valves in the Oil and Gas Industry

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1、Development Situation of the Oil and Gas Industry
2、Demands for the Valves in the Oil and Gas Industry
10.2.3 Chemical Industry
1、Valves Used in the Fiber Devices
2、Valves Used in the Clear Acrylic Devices
3、Valves Used in the Synthetic Ammonia Devices
4、Valves Used in the Ethylene Devices
5、Valves Used in the Air Separation Devices
6、Valves Used in the Polypropylene Devices
10.2.4 Water Conservancy Construction Industry
1、Present Investments in Chinese Water Conservancy Construction
2、Demands for the Major Valves in Chinese Water Conservancy Construction

11 Predictions on the Developments and Investments in Chinese Valve Industry, 2009-2010
11.1 Prediction on the General Developments of Chinese Valve Industry, 2009-2010
11.1.1 Prediction on the Productions, 2009-2010
11.1.2 Prediction on the Demands, 2009-2010
11.2 Investment Potentials of Chinese Valve Industry, 2009-2010
11.3 Investment Ventures of Chinese Valve Industry
11.3.1 Market Ventures
11.3.2 Technology Ventures
11.3.3 Operation Ventures
11.4 Technical Development Trends of Chinese Valve Industry
11.4.1 Valves used in the Oil and Gas Well Devices and Pipelines
11.4.2 Valves used in the Nuclear Power
11.4.3 Valves used in the Petrochemical and Electrical Devices
11.4.4 Valves used in the Environmental Protection Devices
11.4.5 Valves used in the Smelting Systems
11.4.6 Valves used in the Large Chemical Complete Sets
11.4.7 Valves used in City Construction Machinery
11.5 Investment Strategies and Recommendations for the Investments in Chinese Valve Industry
11.5.1 Investment Benefits
11.5.2 Investment Strategies

Selected Charts
Chart Demand Structures of Chinese Valve Market
Chart Yields of the Valves in China, 2004-2008
Chart Scales of Chinese Valve Market, 2004-2008
Chart Export Deliveries of Chinese Valve Industry, 2004-2008
Chart Concentrations of Chinese Valve Industry, 2004-2008
Chart Operations of CNNC Sufa Technology Industry Co., Ltd, 2004-2008
Chart Operations of Zhuzhou Southern Valve Co., Ltd, 2004-2008
Chart Covering Scopes of the Major Businesses and Brand Introductions of Tyco International Ltd
Chart Manufacturing Bases of Tyco International Ltd in China

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Chart Development Events of Danfoss in China
Chart Potential Application Industries of the Control Valves in the Future


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