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Automobile Leasing Industry Overview in China, 2011-2020

Published By :

China Research and Intelligence Co., Ltd. (CRI)

Published Date : Jul 2016

Category :

Banking

No. of Pages : 30 Pages

Description
Automobile industry is one of the mainstay industries in China, which is vital in national economy. The automobile industry developed rapidly after joining the WTO. The sales volume of automobiles ranked the first from 2009 to 2015 in the world, which drives the automobile leasing industry.
Automobile leasing refers to lease the automobiles (including cargo trucks and passenger vehicles) to lessees without the driving services within the agreed period. Its essence lies in gaining profits by leasing the right to use of automobiles. The leasing objects include automobiles together with all formalities and relevant value that guarantee the lessees driving formally and legally. The lessees shall be responsible for driving on their own during the lease term, which is different from general taxi business.
The competition pattern of automobile leasing industry is characterized by regional high concentration rate and scattered market share in China. For example, there are thousands of leasing enterprises in Shenzhen, but seldom large-scale ones. Presently, the overall market is highly fragmented. In terms of the category segments, short-term automobile leasing companies are the least in number but plenty in vehicles because they need large quantities of funds and network supporting; long-term auto leasing companies are the most in number but local and small in size so 80% of auto leasing companies operate in long-term business; financial automobile leasing companies mainly concentrate in the first and second tier cities in a small quantity.
Market demand of passenger vehicles can be divided into long-term leasing (over one year) and short-term leasing, which can be further divided into designated-driving and self-driving respectively in China.
The client groups of automobile leasing market are composed of enterprise users, official users and personal users. Most enterprise users rent automobiles for a long term. The leasing companies customize renting approaches based on various client needs and provide professional and efficient service. In recent years, government departments started to rent automobiles as well, which reduced the universal malpractices such as high maintaining costs, abuse and management disorder of existing government automobiles. On Jul. 16, 2014, General Office of the CPC Central Committee and General Office of the State Council issued Guidance on Comprehensively Push Forward the Reform of Official Vehicle-Using System and The Central and State Institutions Official Vehicle-Using System Reform Program respectively, which regulated to cancel the government automobile priority of those below the vice-ministerial positions and cancel general government automobiles to grant official transport subsidy moderately instead. This indicates that the government automobile leasing enterprises have a promising market and will develop rapidly.
According to market research by CRI, the total leasing automobiles available in leasing enterprises reached 410 thousand with a market size of about CNY 45.5 billion up to the end of 2015. The CAGR was about 20% from 2011 to 2015. The concentration rate of Top 5 enterprises in automobile leasing industry was less than 20% in China in 2015, which indicated that the market was still at the stage of free competition with many opportunities for new enterprises.
According to CRI, due to the upgrade of resident consumption power and habits, short-term self-driving leisure travelling has a positive prospect.
Restricted by license plate issuing and maintaining costs in many cities, the quantity of people with driving licenses without self-owned automobiles was up to 150 million at the end of 2015. Meanwhile, the number is still increasing, which will further stimulate the potential demand for automobile leasing market in China. According to CRI, growth rate of China automobile leasing market size will be over 20% from 2016 to 2020.

Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
-Definition and Classification of Automobile Leasing
-Research Methods, Parameters and Assumptions of the Report
-Competition of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
-Top 5 Enterprises of Automobile Leasing Market in China
-Development Opportunities and Driving Forces Faced by Automobile Leasing Industry in China
-Risks and Challenges in Development of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
-Analysis on Costs of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
-Forecast on Development of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
Table of Contents
1 Basic Concept of Automobile Leasing
1.1 Definition
1.2 Classification
1.2.1 Classification by Lease Term
1.2.2 Classification by Operating Objective
1.2.3 Classification by Client Groups (B2B and B2C)
1.3 Analysis of Automobile Leasing Industry Chain
1.3.1 Upstream
1.3.2 Automobile Leasing Enterprises
1.3.3 Automobile Leasing Customers

2 Development Environment of Automobile Leasing Industry in China, 2011-2016
2.1 Economic Environment
2.1.1 Chinese Economy
2.1.2 Operation Status of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
2.1.3 Traffic Condition
2.2 Policy Environment
2.2.1 Policies of Automobile Leasing Industry
2.2.2 Official Vehicle-Using Policies

3 Analysis of Supply in China Automobile Leasing Industry, 2011-2015
3.1 Analysis on Factors Influencing Supply
3.1.1 Market Demand
3.1.2 Other Factors
3.2 Analysis of Supply
3.2.1 Major Competitors
3.2.2 Number of Automobile Leasing Companies
3.2.3 Analysis on Supply Ability
3.3 Regional Analysis
3.4 Competition Structure of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
3.4.1 Barriers to Entry of the Industry
3.4.2 Competition Structure of the Industry

4 Analysis on Demand in Automobile Leasing Market in China, 2011-2015
4.1 Analysis on Factors Influencing Demand
4.2 Overview of Demand
4.2.1 Major Demand Group
4.2.2 Analysis of Market Size
4.3 Personal Users
4.4 Governmental Users
4.5 Enterprise Users

5 Analysis on Top 5 Enterprises in China Automobile Leasing Industry, 2013-2015
5.1 CAR Inc.
5.1.1 CAR Inc. Overview
5.1.2 Analysis on Automobile Leasing Business of CAR Inc.
5.2 Shanghai eHi Auto Services Co., Ltd.
5.2.1 Overview of eHi Auto Services
5.2.2 Operation Status of eHi Auto Services Business
5.3 Shenzhen Yestock Automobile Service Co., Ltd.
5.3.1 Overview of Shenzhen Yestock Automobile Service Co., Ltd.
5.3.2 Operation Status of Shenzhen Yestock Automobile Service Co., Ltd.
5.4 Shenzhen TopOne Automobile Service Co., Ltd.
5.4.1 Overview of Shenzhen TopOne Automobile Service Co., Ltd.
5.4.2 Leasing Business of Shenzhen TopOne Automobile Service Co., Ltd.
5.5 Dazhong Car Leasing Service Co., Ltd.
5.5.1 Overview of Dazhong Car Leasing Service Co., Ltd.
5.5.2 Operation Status of Dazhong Car Leasing Service Co., Ltd.

6 Prospect of Automobile Leasing Industry in China, 2016-2020
6.1 Factors Influencing Development of the Industry
6.1.1 Driving Forces and Development Opportunities
6.1.2 Potential Risks and Challenges
6.2 Forecast on Supply of Automobile Leasing Industry in China, 2016-2020
6.2.1 Forecast on Suppliers
6.2.2 Forecast on Supply Ability
6.2.3 Forecast on Supply Characteristics
6.3 Forecast on Demand in China's Automobile Leasing Market, 2016-2020
6.3.1 Forecast on Market Size
6.3.2 Forecast on Segments of Demand Field
6.3.3 Forecast on Demand Characteristics

Selected Charts
Chart Total Output Volume of Automobiles in China (in million), 2011-2015
Chart Quantity of Private Automobiles in China (in million), 2011-2015
Chart Government Policy of Automobile Leasing Industry in China
Chart Market Size of Automobile Leasing Industry in China, 2011-2015
Chart Reserve Volume of Automobile Leasing Market in China, 2011- 2015
Chart Market Size of Automobile Leasing Segments in China, 2011- 2015
Chart Top 5 Enterprises and Their Market Share of Automobile Leasing Industry in China, 2013-2015
Chart Revenue of Leasing Business of CAR Inc., 2013-2015
Chart Market Share of CAR Inc. in China, 2013-2015
Chart Revenue of Leasing Business of Shanghai eHi Auto Services Co., Ltd., 2013-2015
Chart Revenue of Leasing Business of Shenzhen Yestock Automobile Service Co., Ltd., 2013-2015
Chart Market Share of Shenzhen Yestock Automobile Service Co., Ltd. in China, 2013-2015
Chart Market Share of Dazhong Automobile Leasing Service Co., Ltd. in China, 2013-2015
Chart Forecast on Market Size of Automobile Leasing in China, 2016-2020

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