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China is emerging as a burgeoning market for water purifiers, majorly driven by the increasing water pollution level in the country. Continuous rise in industrialization and urbanization in China is posing a grave threat to the water resources present in the country. This is driving the adoption of water purifiers in residential as well as commercial segments to provide potable water for drinking and other applications. In 2011, the Chinese government estimated that 82% of the river water resources and 55% of the ground water resources were highly polluted with harmful contaminants like arsenic, lead, mercury, etc. As a result, consumers are inclining towards advanced water purification equipment such as RO (Reverse Osmosis), UV (Ultraviolet) filtration or UF (ultrafiltration) based water purifiers. Though China has the largest consumer base across the globe, the penetration rate of water purifiers is less than 4%. However, with rising adoption of water purifiers in the country, the penetration rate is anticipated to grow, particularly in urban regions like south central and eastern provinces. With major health concerns associated with consumption of contaminated water, the sales of water purifiers is expected to increase even among rural households in the country through the forecast period.
According to "China Water Purifier Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019", the market for water purifier in China market is projected to grow at an exponential CAGR of about 18% over the next five years. The penetration of water purifiers in urban as well as rural areas is expected to rise on account of rising awareness about water purifiers. In value terms, RO based water purifiers would continue their dominance due to their high prices, while in volume terms, the demand for filter media based water purifiers is expected to swell on account of their higher penetration majorly among rural households in the country. China's water purifier market is largely fragmented with more than 3000 small and big, domestic and foreign players operating in the market. However, considering the vast growth potential that the country is offering, leading foreign players are expected to overtake the water purifier market on account of their established brand name, strong distribution network, and growth-oriented strategy. The market is also expected to witness significant proliferation of other innovative water purification technologies such as water pitchers that are more affordable for middle income households in the country. "China Water Purifier Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019" discusses the following aspects related to water purifiers in China.
- China Water Purifier Market Size, Share & Forecast- Segmental Analysis – RO, UV and Filter Media based Water Purifier Market Size & Forecast - China Water Purifier Market Trade Dynamics- Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities- Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations
Why You Should Buy This Report?
- To gain an in-depth understanding of water purifier technologies in China.- To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the next five years.- To help industry consultants, water purifier manufacturers and other stakeholders align their market-centric strategies.- To obtain research based business decisions and add weight to presentations and marketing materials.- To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer's specific needs.
The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with water purifier manufacturers and industry personnel. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like newspapers, websites, and proprietary databases.1. Research Methodology2. Analyst Briefing3. Global Water Purifier Market Outlook3.1. Market Size and Forecast3.1.1. By Value4. China Water Scenario5. China Water Purifier Market Outlook5.1. Market Size & Forecast5.1.1. By Value5.1.2. By Volume5.2. Market Share & Forecast5.2.1. By Company5.2.2. By Technology5.2.3. By Segment5.2.4. By Sales Channel5.3. China Water Purifier Production6. China RO Based Water Purifier Market Outlook6.1. Market Size & Forecast6.1.1. By Value6.1.2. By Volume6.1.3. By Region7. China UV Water Purifier Market Outlook7.1. Market Size & Forecast7.1.1. By Value7.1.2. By Volume8. China Media Based Water Purifiers Market Outlook8.1. Market Size & Forecast8.1.1. By Value8.1.2. By Volume9. Trade Dynamics – Import & Export10. Policy & Regulatory Landscape11. Market Dynamics11.1. Drivers11.2. Challenges12. Recent Trends & Developments12.1. E Commerce 12.2. Potable Water Purifiers12.3. Bottle Water Market12.4. Technological Developments12.5. Market Expansion13. China Economic Profile14. Competitive Landscape14.1. AO Smith (Shanghai) Water Treatment Co. Ltd.14.2. Shenzhen Litree Purifying Technology Co. Ltd.14.3. Shenzhen Angel Drinking Water Industrial Group Corporation14.4. Haier Strauss Water Co. Ltd.14.5. Ningbo Qinyuan Group Co. Ltd.14.6. Media Water Appliances14.7. 3M China Ltd.14.8. HaloSource Water Purification Technology (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.14.9. Paragon Water Systems14.10. Mitsubishi Rayon (Shanghai) Cleansui Co. Ltd.15. Strategic Recommendations
List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Water Purifier Market, By Value, 2009-2019F, (USD Billion)Figure 2: Global Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2013 & 2019FFigure 3: Per Capita Water Resources in China, 2000-2011Figure 4: North & South China Water Use Versus Total Water Resources, 2011 (Billion Cubic Meter)Figure 5: Water Deficit Regions of ChinaFigure 6: China Water Purifier Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F, (USD Billion)Figure 7: China Water Purifier Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2019F, (Million Units)Figure 8: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2012Figure 9: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2019FFigure 10: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Region, By Volume 2013 & 2019FFigure 11: China Groundwater Depletion, By Region (Million Cubic Meter)Figure 12: China River Pollution Level, By Major RiverFigure 13: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2013Figure 14: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2019FFigure 15: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Technology, By Volume, 2013Figure 16: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Technology, By Volume, 2019FFigure 17: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2013Figure 18: China Water Purifier Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2019FFigure 19: China Consumer Goods Retail Sales, 2008-2012 (USD Trillion)Figure 20: China Consumer Goods e-Retail Sales Share of Total Consumer Goods, 2009-2013Figure 21: China Water Purifier Production, 2009-2019F (Million Units)Figure 22: China RO Based Water Purifier Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 23: China RO Based Water Purifier Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2019FFigure 24: China RO Based Water Purifier Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2013 & 2019FFigure 25: China UV Water Purifier Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 26: China UV Water Purifier Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2019F (Million Units)Figure 27: China Filter Based Water Purifier Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 28: China Filter Based Water Purifier Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2019F (Million Units)Figure 29: China Water Purifier Exports, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 30: China Water Purifier Exports, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 31: China Internet Users, 2011-2016 (Million Units)Figure 32: China E-Commerce Growth Rate, By Value, 2009-2015FFigure 33: China Internet Penetration, 2007-2015FFigure 34: China Bottled Water Growth Rate Versus Water Purifiers Market Growth Rate, 2007-2012Figure 35: Bottled Water & POU Water Purifier Equipment Share, By Value, 2006 & 2012.Figure 36: AO Smith, China Overall Sales, By Value, 2010-2013 (USD Million)Figure 37: Media Group Global Revenues (USD Billion)Figure 38: 3M Global Revenue, 2008-2012 (USD Billion)Figure 39: 3M Revenue Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 40: Halo Source Revenues, By Value (USD Million), 2010-2013Figure 41: HaloSource Revenue Share, By Brand, 2013Figure 42: Mitsubishi Global Revenues, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 43: Mitsubishi Revenue Share, By Business Segment, 2012 & 2013
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