According to BusinesStat, for five years, the production of buses and trolley buses in the world grew by 11.3% and amounted to 1.18 million units in 2015. The strongest increase in world production was recorded in 2012: during this period, 61.3 thousand buses and trolley buses were produced in the world more than in 2011.
In 2011-2015, China, the USA and Japan were among the three largest manufacturers of buses and trolley buses. The share of China in the total production of buses and trolley buses in the world in 2015 was 25%, the share of the USA - 19%, Japan - 15%. The total share of the largest countries-producers of buses and trolley buses in 2015 was almost 60%.
The largest manufacturer of buses and trolley buses in Europe is Turkey. The largest manufacturer of buses and trolley buses in Latin America is Argentina; Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Peugeot have their plants there.
Among the countries of Southeast Asia, most buses and trolley buses are produced in Thailand. Almost all the major car manufacturers in the world have manufacturing facilities in Thailand. In 2011-2015, import substitution of buses and trolleybuses took place in the country: imports declined rapidly, and production grew steadily.
"Analysis of the global market for buses and trolley buses in 2011-2015, forecast for 2016-2020" includes the most important data necessary to understand the current global market conditions and assess the prospects for its development:
Economy and population
Production of buses and trolley buses
Sales of buses and trolley buses
External and internal trade in buses and trolley buses
Import and export of buses and trolley buses
Foreign trade prices of buses and trolley buses
The review provides current data for more than 100 countries of the world and a forecast for the 25 leading countries of the world bus and trolleybus market.
Leading countries: Argentina, Bahrain, Bolivia, Great Britain, Germany, Egypt, India, Spain, Canada, China, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Oman, Peru, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, USA, Thailand, Turkey, Philippines, Chile , South Korea, Japan.
In preparing the review used statistical information:
United Nations Statistics Division
International Trade Center
International Monetary Fund
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
World Trade Organization
Along with the official statistics, the review contains the results of BusinesStat research:
Analysis of open information about the motor vehicle market
Survey of experts on the automotive market
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