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Research and Development Forecast of China Spandex Market, 2013-2017



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Research and Development Forecast of China Spandex Market, 2013-2017

For recent years, the world spandex market has been had the strong demand; with the adjustment of world economic structure, the production center of spandex begins to transfer to the developing countries and these regions are becoming the investment hotspots; the Asia-Pacific region, especially China, has become the rapidest consumption growth country.

As of the end of 2012, there were more than 30 spandex manufacturing enterprises in China with the overall production capacity of 520,000 tons. During 2008 to 2012, China's spandex industry maintained a high equipment operating rate, which mainly owes to the growth of downstream demand. In 2012, the output of Chinese domestic spandex reached 330,000 tons and the equipment operating rate reached 64%.

In terms of China's spandex product supply structure, 20D and 40D products have the larger proportion; the total output of such two kinds of products accounted for about 73% of the total output in 2012. China's spandex consumption is mainly distributed in three major textile provinces, namely Zhejiang, Guangdong and Jiangsu, accounting for about 80% of the total output; the consumption volume of spandex in other provinces is also very large, such as Fujian, Shandong, Shanghai, Hebei and Henan.

After the rapid growth stage of 2011 to 2012, under the influences of industrial periodicity and downstream industry development, the production capacity of the spandex industry will keep the low-rate growth in the future three years; it is estimated that the spandex industry will only have the increase of production capacity of about 30,000 tons by 2015. With the accomplishment of the project with the production capacity of 60,000 tons of Zhejiang Huafon Spandex, the Chinese domestic production capacity will enter the new golden development period again.

1. Development Overview of Spandex Industry
1.1 Industry Overview
1.2 Industrial Chain

2. Development Overview of Global Spandex
2.1 Market Status Quo
2.2 Regional Analysis
2.2.1 Europe and the US
2.2.2 Asia
2.3 World Demand

3. China's Spandex Environment
3.1 China's Economic Development Environment
3.2 Policy Environment
3.2.1 China Continuing to Levy Anti-Dumping Duties to Imported Spandex
3.2.2 12th-Five-Year Development Planning Suggestions on Polyurethane Industry
3.3 China's Domestic Technological Level

4. Development Status Quo of China's Spandex Industry
4.1 Supply Status Quo and Trends
4.1.1 Supply Situation
4.1.2 Supply Forecast 2013-2017
4.2 Demand Status Quo and Trends
4.2.1 Demand Market Distribution
4.2.2 Demand Forecast 2013-2017
4.3 Factors Affecting Spandex Market Development
4.4 Market Concentration Ratio


Upstream and Downstream of Spandex Industry
5.1 Upstream Raw Materials
5.1.1 Diphenyl-Methane-Diisocyanate (MDI)
5.1.2 Polytetramethylene Ether Glycol (PTMEG)
5.2 Development of China's Spandex Downstream Application Industry
5.2.1 Textile
5.2.2 Apparel Industry

6. Import and Export Statistics of Spandex Products
6.1 Imports and Exports of Spandex Elastic Yarn (54024410), 2010-2012
6.2 Imports and Exports of Spandex Filament Multi-Strand Yarn (54026920), 2010-2012

7. China's Domestic Major Spandex Manufacturing Enterprises
7.1 Zhejiang Huafon Spandex Co., Ltd.
7.1.1 Company Profile
7.1.2 Main Business
7.1.3 Competitive Advantages
7.1.4 Business Performance
7.1.5 Future Development Strategy
7.2 Sichuan Uoli Investment Cmi Holdings Ltd.
7.2.1 Company Profile
7.2.2 Main Business
7.2.3 Competitive Advantages
7.2.4 Business Performance
7.2.5 Future Development Strategy
7.3 Swan Fiber Co., Ltd.
7.3.1 Company Profile
7.3.2 Main Business
7.3.3 Competitive Advantages
7.3.4 Business Performance
7.3.5 Future Development Strategy
7.4 Yantai Tayho Advanced Materials Co., Ltd.
7.4.1 Company Profile
7.4.2 Main Products
7.4.3 Competitive Advantages
7.4.4 Business Performance
7.4.5 Future Development Strategy
7.5 Xinxiang Bailu Chemical Fiber Co., Ltd.
7.5.1 Company Profile
7.5.2 Main Business
7.5.3 Competitive Advantages
7.5.4 Business Performance
7.5.5 Development Strategy

8. Investment and Development Trends of Spandex Industry
8.1 Investment Opportunities
8.1.1 Synchronous Rapid Growth of Application in both Traditional and Emerging Fields
8.1.2 Anti-Dumping Offering the Space for Domestic Enterprises to Expand High-Product Market
8.2 Investment Risks
8.2.1 Market Competition
8.2.2 Price Fluctuation of Raw Materials
8.2.3 Safety
8.2.4 Environmental Protection
8.3 Access Barriers
8.3.1 Technological Barrier
8.3.2 Fund Barrier
8.4 Development Trends
8.4.1 Development Trends
8.4.2 Boom Forecast
8.5 Development Suggestions

Companies Mentioned

Zhejiang Huafon Spandex Co., Ltd.
Sichuan Uoli Investment Cmi Holdings Ltd.
Swan Fiber Co., Ltd.
Yantai Tayho Advanced Materials Co., Ltd.
Xinxiang Bailu Chemical Fiber Co., Ltd.

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