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In-Depth Research and Forecast of China Phosphorus Chemical Industry, 2013



 

 

 

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In-Depth Research and Forecast of China Phosphorus Chemical Industry, 2013
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Phosphorus chemical products primarily can be divided into two categories: fist category is phosphate fertilizer which is represented by monoammonium phosphate (MAP), Diammonium phosphate (DAP) and calcium hydrophosphate (DCP); another category is phosphoric acid and phosphate including sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP), which are widely applied in industry and fields of agriculture, food and medicine.

By the end of 2012, the production capacity of phosphate & compound fertilizer can reach about 22 million tons of P2O5 in China. DAP production capacity achieved 17.5 million tons, MAP 14 million tons, GTSP was 2 million tons, NP 1 million tons, and compound fertilizer 11 million tons, which phosphoric acid serves as its raw material, superphosphate and calcium magnesium phosphate fertilizer was 30 million tons.

China has already established a complete set of production system of inorganic phosphorus, becoming the world's largest producing country of inorganic phosphorus. There are about 60 to 70 types of products with large-scale production throughout the year, and about 500 manufacturing enterprises. By the end of 2012, domestic overall production capacity achieved 20 million tons with output of about 12.4 million tons.

As for the structure of consumer demand, approximately 76% of phosphorus ores are used in producing phosphate fertilizers (including MAP, DAP and triple superphosphate etc.) and the rest is used in extracting yellow phosphorus for making phosphoric acid and other phosphate products, which are mainly applied in the fields of feed, cleaning products, food, daily use chemicals and phosphorus containing pesticide etc.

The world's largest phosphate fertilizer market is China, and the consumption volume accounts for 30% of global volume. In recent years, the increase of applying quantity of chemical fertilizer has reached to the plateau. But China has a large population with a rigid demand for grains, so the applying quantity of chemical fertilizer should be guaranteed, besides, some regions do not enjoy a sufficient fertilizing amount. Therefore, the demand for phosphate fertilizer will exhibit a trend of slow growth during the period of the 12th Five-Year Plan.

Fine phosphorous chemical products have a high technical barrier, which determines its certain development space in the future. During the period of the 12th Five-Year Plan, demand growth of fine phosphorous chemical products is about 4% every year. Fire retardant, antioxidant, surfactant, water treatment agent, agrochemicals, medical intermediate and medicine etc will the main development directions for future fine phosphorous chemical products.

1. Overview of Phosphorus Chemical Industry
1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Product Definition
1.1.2 Product Classification
1.1.3 Application Areas
1.2 Industry Chain


2. Overview of Global Phosphorus Chemical Industry
2.1 Resource Distribution of Global Phosphate Ores
2.2 Industrial Pattern
2.3 Demand
2.3.1 Demand in Traditional Phosphorus Chemical Market
2.3.2 World's Fine Phosphorus Chemical Market and Demand
2.4 Technical Development


3. Environment of China's Phosphorus Chemical Industry
3.1 China's Economic Development Environment
3.2 Relevant Policy, Regulation and Standard
3.3 Technical Level
3.3.1 Technical Status
3.3.2 Technical Tendency


4. Development Status Quo of China's Phosphorus Chemical Industry
4.1 Current Situation and Tendency of Supply
4.1.1 Domestic Supply Situation
4.1.2 Supply Situation in Fine Phosphorus Chemical Industry
4.1.3 Forecast of Supply of Phosphorus Chemical Industry in the 12th Five-Year Plan
4.2 Demand and Forecast
4.2.1 Distribution of Market Demand
4.2.2 Demand Forecasting
4.3 Factors Restricting the Development of Phosphorus Chemical Industry
4.3.1 Severe Wasting of Resources
4.3.2 Serious Pollution, Environmental Issues
4.3.3 Costs
4.3.4 Low Product Fine Rate, Weak Competitiveness


5. Competitive Landscape of China's Phosphorus Chemical Industry
5.1 Competition Pattern
5.2 Regional Competition
5.2.1 Regional Distribution
5.2.2 Key Regions


6. Upstream and Downstream Analysis
6.1 Market Situation of Phosphate Ores
6.2 Development Status Quo and Trend of China's Agriculture
6.2.1 Characteristics of China's Agricultural Economic Operation in 2012
6.2.2 Economic Outlook of China's Agriculture in 2013


7. Import and Export Data of Phosphorus Chemical Products
7.1 Import and Export of Yellow Phosphorus, 2010-2012
7.1.1 Export Data, 2010-2012
7.1.2 Export Destinations in 2012
7.2 Import and Export of Phosphate, 2010-2012
7.2.1 Import and Export Data, 2010-2012
7.2.2 Import Sources and Export Destinations of Phosphate (2835) in 2012


8. Major Domestic Enterprises in Phosphorus Chemical Industry
8.1 Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd
8.1.1 Company Profile
8.1.2 Main Business
8.1.3 Competitive Edge
8.1.4 Business Performance
8.1.5 Future Development Strategy
8.2 Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd
8.2.1 Company Profile
8.2.2 Main Business
8.2.3 Competitive Edge
8.2.4 Business Performance
8.2.5 Future Development Strategy
8.3 Yunan Yuntianhua Co., Ltd
8.3.1 Company Profile
8.3.2 Main Business
8.3.3 Competitive Edge
8.3.4 Business Performance
8.3.5 Future Development Strategy
8.4 Hubei Xingfa Chemical Group Co., Ltd
8.4.1 Company Profile
8.4.2 Main Business
8.4.3 Competitive Edge
8.4.4 Business Performance
8.4.5 Future Development Strategy
8.5 Liuguo Chemical Group Industry Co., Ltd
8.5.1 Company Profile
8.5.2 Main Business
8.5.3 Competitive Edge
8.5.4 Business Performance
8.5.5 Future Development Strategy

9. Investment and Development Trend of Phosphorus Chemical Industry
9.1 Investment Opportunity
9.1.1 Diversified Opportunities for Organic Phosphorus
9.1.2 Broad Market Prospect for Food Grade Phosphate and Feed Grade Phosphate
9.2 Investment Risks
9.2.1 Competitive Risk
9.2.2 Raw Material
9.2.3 Environmental Protection
9.3 Barriers to Entry
9.3.1 Resource Barrier
9.3.2 Technical Barrier
9.3.3 Policy Barrier
9.4 Development Trend of China's Phosphorus Chemical Industry
9.4.1 Trend of Industry Chain
9.4.2 Development Trend
9.5 Development Suggestions
9.5.1 Establish Industry Chain of Circular Economy for Realizing Sustainable Development
9.5.2 Improve Industry Concentration Ratio
9.5.3 Emphasize Technical Innovation, Promote Purification Technology of Phosphoric Acid by Wet Process and Purification Technology of Yellow Phosphorus
9.5.4 Strengthen Research of Phosphorus Chemical Products with High Value-Added




Companies Mentioned

Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd
Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd
Yunan Yuntianhua Co., Ltd
Hubei Xingfa Chemical Group Co., Ltd
Liuguo Chemical Group Industry Co., Ltd




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