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In-Depth Research and Prospect of China Steel Processing and Distribution Center, 2013

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In-Depth Research and Prospect of China Steel Processing and Distribution Center, 2013

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There are more than 450 professional steel processing and distribution centers with superior equipments and certain scales as well as qualified products. Their annual capacity of steel processing and distribution exceeds 50 million tons. These centers are mainly concentrated on economy-developed regions such as South China, East China, South Central China, Beijing and Tianjin. In recent years, with parts of labor-intensive enterprises moving forward to the Midwest, steel processing and distribution industry enjoys a vigorous development across the nation.

China's steel processing and distribution centers mainly target for automobile industry, household appliances, electron, construction, light industry, steel sash and office facilities. From the field research, the mainstream products of steel processing and distribution are auto sheets, home appliance plates and supporting spare parts, their common characteristics are that huge processing volume, stable and concentrated demand as well as promising market prospect.

Please note: The report is in Chinese version now. The English version will be delivered in 5 business days.
1. Overview of Steel Processing and Distribution Center
1.1 Basic Concept
1.2 Technical Requirements
1.3 Types
1.3.1 Steel Processing and Distribution Centers Invested by Foreign Enterprises in China
1.3.2 Steel Processing and Distribution Centers Invested by China's Large-Scale Iron and Steel Enterprises
1.3.3 Steel Cutting and Distribution Centers Invested by Steel Agents
1.3.4 Steel Storage Enterprises Set up Distribution Centers
1.3.5 Steel Users Set up Their Own Striping, Die Cutting, Punching, Suit Cutting and Blanking Lines

2. Operation Environment of Steel Processing and Distribution Center
2.1 Economic Operation of China's Steel Industry, Jan.-Oct.2012
2.2 Steel Industry Faces Domestic and Overseas Environment, 2013
2.3 To Develop Deep Processing and Efficient Steel is an Effective Path of Solving Development Dilemma in Steel Industry
2.3.1 Current Dilemma of Steel Industry
2.3.2 To Develop Deep Processing and Efficient Steel can Effectively Solve Dilemmas in Steel Industry

3. Foundation for Rapid Development of Current China's Steel Processing and Distribution Center
3.1 Requirements for the Development of Steel Enterprises
3.2 Requirements for the Development of Steel Users
3.3 Requirements for Trading Companies (Dealers)

4. Status Quo of Steel Processing and Distribution Centers in China
4.1 Situation of Major Steel Processing and Distribution Centers
4.2 Steel Processing and Distribution Centers Built by Steel Mills Show Four Major Characteristics
4.2.1 Acceleration of Distribution and Construction
4.2.2 Strategic Alliances; Joint Venture Became the Mainstream
4.2.3 Deep Processing
4.2.4 Technical Equipment Level of Cutting and Distribution Improving Gradually
4.3 Serious Low-end Homogeneous Competition, Weak High-end Service
4.3.1 Serious Low-end Homogeneous Competition
4.3.2 Weak High-end Service

5. Demand Characteristic of Current Key Processed Products of Steel Processing and Distribution Center
5.1 Demand Prospect for Automobile Steel and Applied Characteristics
5.2 Steel Demand for Household Appliance, Applied Varieties and Quality Requirements

6. Major Factors of Investing and Constructing Processing and Distribution System
6.1 Main Operating Model of Processing and Distribution System
6.1.1 Development of Steel Processing and Distribution Model
6.1.2 Contradiction in Steel Processing and Distribution Model
6.2 Important Position of Processing and Distribution Center in Steel Industry Chain

7. In-Depth Analysis of Investment Operation of Baosteel's Steel Processing and Distribution
7.1 Investment and Construction
7.2 Operating Model
7.2.1 Baosteel Launched Upgraded Programs—Technical Training for Operation and Maintenance Personnel of Steel Processing and Distribution
7.2.2 Establishment of Core Idea "Service Creates Value"; Implement of Six Specialized Managements
7.3 Parts of Major Steel Processing and Distribution Bases
7.3.1 Shanghai BaoSteel Morld-Blank Steel Co., Ltd.
7.3.2 Shanghai Bao-MIT Steel Processing and Distribution Co., Ltd
7.3.3 Hangzhou Bao-MIT Steel Processing and Distribution Co., Ltd
7.3.4 Anhui BaoSteel Distribution Co., Ltd
7.3.5 Shenyang BaoSteel Steel Trading Co., Ltd.

8. Status Quo of Steel Deep Processing Industry in WISCO and Next Development Ideas and Directions
8.1 Transformation of WISCO's Main Business Strategy
8.2 Development Status Quo of WISCO's Steel Deep Processing Industry
8.3 Development Ideas of WISCO's Steel Deep Processing in the 12th Five-Year Plan
8.4 Parts of Major Steel Processing and Distribution Bases
8.4.1 WISCO Steel & Metal Processing & Logistics Center
8.4.2 WISCO Liuzhou Processing and Distribution Center
8.4.3 Wuhan Xingjing Steel Processing Co., Ltd.

9. In-Depth Analysis of Investment Operation Situation of Ansteel's Processing and Distribution Center
9.1 Investment and Construction
9.2 Operating Model
9.3 Parts of Major Steel Processing and Distribution Bases
9.3.1 Changchun FAW-Ansteel-MIT Steel Processing and Distribution Co., Ltd
9.3.2 Shanghai Ansteel Steel Processing and Distribution Co., Ltd
9.3.3 Angang Shenyang Steel Processing & Distribution Co., Ltd
9.3.4 Angang Tianjin Steel Processing & Distribution Co., Ltd

10. In-Depth Analysis of Investment Operation Situation of Huaye Iron and Steel Group's Steel Processing and Distribution Center
10.1 Investment and Construction
10.1.1 Hueye Steel Processing Network
10.1.2 Cooperative Business Operation
10.1.3 Huaye Steel Processing Enters into Nonferrous Metals Processing Field
10.2 Operating Model
10.2.1 Product and Service Model
10.2.3 Processing Service Model
10.3 Analysis of Huaye Steel Processing and Distribution
10.3.1 Steel Processing and Distribution Equipment
10.3.2 Steel Processing and Distribution Technology
10.3.3 Huaye Shanghai Steel Processing Center
10.3.4 Huaye Tianjin Steel Processing Center
10.3.5 Guangzhou Qiyuan Steel Processing Co., Ltd
10.3.6 Zhejiang Nanye Cutting and Distribution Co., Ltd

11. Investment Operation Situation of Independent Steel Processing and Distribution Center
11.1 Steel Structure Manufacturing Equipment Factory of Dalian Sinovel Limited Liability Company
11.1.1 Investment and Construction
11.1.2 Scale and Processing Capacity
11.1.3 Operating Model
11.1.4 Operating Income
11.1.5 Development Strategy
11.2 Zhejiang Longtai Investment Co., Ltd
11.2.1 Investment and Construction
11.2.2 Scale and Processing Capacity
11.2.3 Operating Model
11.2.4 Operating Income
11.2.5 Development Planning
11.3 Liaoning Guoneng Group (Holding) Co., Ltd
11.4 China Minmetals Corporation Enters into Steel Processing and Distribution Field
11.4.1 Investment and Construction
11.4.2 Development Strategy
11.4.3 Operating Model
11.4.4 Future Development Strategy and Investment Program

12. In-Depth Analysis of Investment and Operation of Foreign Steel Processing and Distribution Centers
12.1 Sumitomo Corporation
12.1.1 Investment and Construction
12.1.2 Operating Model
12.1.3 Technology and Equipment
12.1.4 Strategic Analysis of Overseas Investment of Processing and Distribution
12.2 KOBELCO
12.2.1 Investment and Construction
12.2.2 Business Performance
12.2.3 Advanced Technology and Advantages
12.2.4 Medium and Long-term Development Strategy of KOBELCO Group
12.3 JFE
12.3.1 Investment and Construction
12.3.2 Operating Model
12.3.3 Advanced Technology and Advantages
12.3.4 Investment Strategy in China
12.4 Thyssenkrupp
12.4.1 Processing and Distribution System and Investment Situation
12.4.2 Operating Income and Profitability
12.4.3 Operating Model
12.4.4 Investment Strategy in China
12.5 ArcelorMittal
12.5.1 Investment and Construction
12.5.2 ArcelorMittal's Team Building in China and Main Business Scope
12.5.3 Distribution Solution and Service in China
12.5.4 Business Performance
12.5.5 Development Strategy
12.6 Metal One Corporation's Steel Processing and Distribution System
12.6.1 Investment and Construction
12.6.2 Operating Model
12.6.3 Business Performance
12.6.4 Technical Processing Equipment
12.6.5 Development Planning and Strategy
12.7 POSCO Steel Processing and Distribution Model
12.7.1 Investment and Construction
12.7.2 Business Operation
12.7.3 Profitability
12.7.4 Investment Strategy in China
12.7.5 Globalized Layout

13. Analysis of Steel Bar Automatic Processing and Distribution
13.1 Traditional Steel Bar Processing Mode
13.2 China's Steel Bar Automatic Processing and Distribution is on Initial Stage
13.3 Advantage of Steel Bar Automatic Processing and Distribution
13.4 Development Overview of Current Enterprises Engaging in Steel Bar Automatic Processing and Distribution
13.5 Future Development Trend of China's Steel Bar Processing and Distribution

14. Analysis of Steel Tube Processing and Distribution
14.1 Development Status Quo of China's Steel Tube Processing and Distribution
14.1.1 Status Quo of China's Steel Tube Processing
14.1.2 Status Quo of China's Steel Tube Distribution
14.2 Market Layout of Foreign Steel Tube Enterprises in China's High-end Product
14.2.1 Layout Background of Foreign Steel Tube Enterprises in China's Market
14.2.2 Foreign Well-Known Steel Tube Enterprises Set up Factories in China
14.3 Future Development Trend of China's Steel Tube Processing and Distribution
14.3.1 Demand Trend of Steel Tube Processing
14.3.2 Development Trend of Steel Tube Processing and Distribution

15. Analysis of Special Steel Processing and Distribution
15.1 Development Status Quo of China's Special Steel Processing and Distribution
15.1.1 Status Quo of China's Special Steel Processing
15.1.2 Status Quo of China's Special Steel Processing and Distribution
15.2 Future Development Trend of China's Special Steel Processing and Distribution

16. Analysis of Medium Plate Processing and Distribution
16.1 Development Status Quo of China's Medium Plate Processing and Distribution
16.1.1 Status Quo of China's Medium Plate Processing
16.1.2 Nanjing Iron and Steel Group's Medium Plate Processing and Distribution
16.2 Enlightenment from the Development of Advanced Boat Deck Processing and Distribution Centers in Japan and South Korea
16.2.1 Japan—Lead by General Trading Company
16.2.2 South Korea –Lead by Shipyard
16.3 Future Development Trend of China's Medium Plate Processing and Distribution
16.3.1 Medium Plate Processing and Distribution Serves as an Important Part in Long-term Development
16.3.2 Establishment of Special Research Institution of Medium Plate Processing Products
16.3.3 Advantages of Medium Plate Processing Capacity in Varieties and Thickness

17. Analysis of Stainless Steel Processing and Distribution
17.1 Long-term Situation of Oversupply of Stainless Steel in China
17.2 Construction of Domestic Stainless Steel Processing and Distribution Enterprises Speeds up
17.3 Export of Stainless Steel Processing and Distribution Determines Future Enterprises' Output and Profit

18. Analysis of China's Plate Processing and Distribution
18.1 Development Status Quo
18.2 Processing Capacity and Forecast
18.2.1 Overall Situation of Plate Processing Capacity
18.2.2 Plate Processing Capacity of Iron and Steel Enterprises
18.2.3 Plate Processing Capacity of Foreign Capital Enterprises
18.2.4 Plate Processing Capacity of Domestic Traders
18.3 Equipment Level of China's Plate Processing and Distribution Centers
18.4 Profitability
18.5 Future Development Trend
18.5.1 Forecast of Processing Capacity
18.5.2 Development Trend

19. Comparative Analysis of Investment and Operation between China's and Foreign Steel Processing and Distribution Centers
19.1. Comparison of Investment Scale
19.1.1 Foreign Enterprises Set up Steel Processing and Distribution Centers in China
19.1.2 Domestic Large-Scale Iron and Steel Enterprises Set up Steel Processing and Distribution Centers
19.1.3 Steel Users Build up Their Own Striping, Crosscutting, Punching, Suit Cutting and Tailored Blank Laser Welding Lines
19.1.4 Steel Processing and Distribution Centers Built up by Traders
19.2 Comparison of Operating Model
19.3 Profitability
19.4 Comparison of Advanced Technology and Equipment

20 Conclusion and Suggestion on Investment Feasibility of Steel Processing and Distribution Centers
20.1 Investment Feasibility Conclusion
20.1.1 Development Trend of Steel Processing and Distribution Centers
20.1.2 Learning from Overseas
20.2 Investment Feasibility Suggestion
20.2.1 Risk
20.2.2 Proposed Projects
20.3 Key Problems of Establishing Processing and Distribution Centers
20.3.1 Future Development Space and Current Overcapacity in Some Regions
20.3.2 Project Construction and System Management
20.3.3 Accurate Market Positioning for Solving Survival and Development
20.3.4 Synchronized Problem between Product Development and New Processing and Distribution Centers

Companies Mentioned

Baosteel
WISCO
Ansteel
Huaye Iron and Steel Group
Dalian Sinovel Limited Liability Company
Zhejiang Longtai Investment Co., Ltd
China Minmetals Corporation
Sumitomo Corporation
KOBELCO
JFE
Thyssenkrupp
ArcelorMittal
Metal One Corporation
POSCO

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