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Global and Chinese LED Industry Chain Research Report 2013

DUBLIN, January 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese LED Industry Chain Research Report 2013" report to their offering. 

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The 'Global and Chinese LED Industry Chain Research Report 2013' is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the LED industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.

The report first provides a basic background knowledge of the LED industry. The high-purity alumina sector is examined by production process, manufacturing technology, supply and demand and cost price value profit margin analysis. Global key manufacturers for this segment are also introduced. 

Chapter two looks at the sapphire ingot wafer industry discussing the following processes: KY method, HEM method, CZ method, EFG method and C-axis growth method. LED ingot manufacturing and LED wafer process and cost analysis is also offered.

The report also provides information on the LED chip and packaging industry including cost, price, production value and profit margin analysis. Global manufacturers are profiled covering information such as products, customers, raw materials, company background information, summary statistics and relevant data. Also discussed are the supply and demand changes in the LED chain market and business development strategies, as well as comprehensive analysis on Global and China LED industry chain trends. Finally, the report introduces a LED industry chain related investment opportunity and offers overall research conclusions.

With 83 tables and figures the report provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market. 

Key Topics Covered: 

Chapter One High-Purity Alumina Industry 
1.1 High-Purity Alumina Production Process 
1.2 High-Purity Alumina Manufacturing Technology 
1.3 Supply and Demand of High-Purity Alumina, Market Forecast 
1.4 Cost Price Value Profit Margin 
1.5 Global Key manufactures

Chapter Two Sapphire Ingot Wafer Industry 
2.1 Sapphire Ingot Manufacturing Technology and Processes 
2.2 Global and China Sapphire Ingot Market Forecast, Supply & Demand 
2.3 Sapphire Ingot Production Comparison 
2.4 LED Ingot Manufacturing Cost Analysis 
2.5 LED Wafer Process & Cost Analysis (2, 4 6), (Sapphire, SiC) 
2.6 Ingot& Wafer Price Trend (2, 4, 6) 

Chapter Three LED Chip & Packaging Industry 
3.1 Global LED Chip Capacity & Cost Analysis 
3.2 Global and China MOCVD Capacity Production Analysis 
3.3 Global LED Chip and Package Cost, Price, Production value, Profit margin Analysis 
3.4 Global LED Chip and Package Key manufacturers 
3.5 Global LED Package Key manufacturers 
3.6 Chip & Package Price Trend (for Lighting) 

Chapter Four LED Applications Industry Analysis 

Companies Mentioned:

  • Cree(USA)
  • Dalian Rall Fine Ceramics Co , Ltd
  • EPISTAR(Tai Wan)
  • Everlight Electronics (Taiwan)
  • Harvatek Corporation (Taiwan)
  • Hebei Pengda Advanced Materials Technology Co , Ltd
  • Ledman Optoelectronic (China Mainland)
  • Lite-On Technology (Taiwan)
  • Nichia (Japan)
  • OPTOTECH (Taiwan)
  • Osram(Germany)
  • SAMSUNG LED (Korea)
  • Sumitomo Chemical Co , Ltd (Japan)
  • WEC Superabrasives(Taiwan)
  • Zibo Xinfumeng Chemicals Co , Ltd

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