Electronics Manufacturing in China

Of the 95,000 consumer electronics manufacturers in China 90% specialize in OEM products. But the number of factories that produce goods under its own brand, slightly: in 2008 there were only 2561, which corresponds to 2.7%. The largest-Haier, TCL, Midea, Gree.

The turnover of 10 major Chinese manufacturers of home appliances in 2008 was almost 40% of the sector in general, which is higher by 0.46% compared to the same period of 2007. At that pace dozens of leading manufacturers of refrigerators and dozens of leading manufacturers of air conditioners accounted for more than 71 and 75.3% of the total in the sectors respectively.

Western manufacturers in China, there are about 3,000. Most of the production facilities used for the assembly of products. They supply parts from abroad for subsequent export of the goods in their own country. Among those working on such a scheme, dominated by the Japanese and Germans. For example, the first Chinese plant of Panasonic was opened in 1997, now all companies in China employed 115,000 workers. A Siemens manufacturing facility serving about 43,000 people. In 2008, the turnover of foreign producers increased by 9.2% and amounted to 261.6 billion yuan ($38.47 billion), it is more than 37% of the industry-wide turnover. Foreign companies remain the main driving force behind the growth of turnover in the industry.

The bulk of household electrical appliances is from the province of Guangdong, where most of the factories producing OEM products. In addition, the production base of the industry pawned here. Hence transported over 50% of the units exported art.

Major export categories in 2008 were the fans, air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and televisions. These five types of equipment accounted for more than 52% of the export volume. During the crisis, the growth rate of exports of fans and televisions fell by 21.74 and 35.75%, respectively.