The process of urbanization and the development of high-speed rail have driven the connector industry
From the analysis of the rail transit industry, we must first talk about the development of China’s high-speed rail. China’s high-speed railway technology is at the forefront of the world. At the end of 2010, China’s railway operating mileage reached 91,000 kilometers, ranking second in the world; the high-speed railway operating mileage reached 8,358 kilometers, ranking first in the world. In 2012, the high-speed rail is expected to be completed and opened to 6,552 kilometers, totaling more than 13,000 kilometers. The new line totals 7,901 kilometers, totaling 9,901 kilometers.
In 2010, the government regarded high-speed rail as a strategic emerging industry with priority for development. The “Medium and Long-term Road Network Plan” (hereinafter referred to as the “Plan”) proposes that by 2020, the national railway business mileage will reach 100,000 kilometers, and the trunk line will realize the separation and construction of passenger and railway goods. Passenger dedicated lines over 12,000 kilometers. In 2008, the state adjusted the plan. It is determined that by 2020, the national railway operation mileage will reach 120,000 kilometers, and passenger dedicated lines will exceed 16,000 kilometers. The “plan” mentioned above will be completed in 2015.
In the next few years, high-speed rail will enter a period of great development. Adjacent provincial capital cities will form a traffic circle of one to two hours, and provincial capital cities and surrounding cities will form an hour and a half to one hour traffic circle. From Beijing to most provincial capitals in the country, there will be a traffic circle within eight hours. By 2015, China’s railway business mileage will reach more than 120,000 kilometers. Among them, the new high-speed rail will reach more than 16,000 kilometers; plus other new railways and existing speed-up special lines, China’s railway rapid passenger transport network will reach more than 50,000 kilometers, connecting all provincial capitals and cities with a population of over 500,000, covering 90 countries %s population. Above population.
It is expected that by 2015, China’s urbanization level will reach 52%, by 2020, China’s urbanization level will reach 60%, and by 2030 it will reach 65%. According to the forecasts of relevant institutions and experts, urbanization will increase investment demand by 40 trillion yuan in the next ten years.
The rapid development of urbanization in the future will inevitably promote the rapid development of urban infrastructure. Related supporting industry information, electronics, power grid, railway and other industries will be driven, directly or indirectly drive the demand for wire and cable industry.
In general, the downstream industries of wire and cable, especially the power industry, communication industry and high-speed rail industry, have ushered in a critical period of development of the industry, and the demand for wire and cable has been increasing. The wire and cable industry has developed steadily; at the same time, some industries have short-term development. If the new energy industry is vague, its demand for the wire and cable industry is basically stable, and the shipbuilding industry is still in serious overcapacity, and the demand for wire and cable will decrease in the short term. But overall, wires and cables will usher in a critical expansion period for the industry in the near future.