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Concise Analysis of the Chinese Polyether Monomer (MPEG/APEG/TPEG) Industry

DUBLIN, Mar. 25, 2014
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"Concise Analysis of the Chinese Polyether Monomer (MPEG/APEG/TPEG) Industry"

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In the Chinese market, polyether monomers mainly include polyethylene glycol monomethyl ether (MPEG), allyl polyoxyethylene ether (APEG) and methyl alkenyl polyoxyethylene ether (TPEG). In the wake of enhanced R & D capabilities and technological progress, polyether monomers have been widely used in the construction industry, daily chemical, pharmaceutical manufacturing and other fields, in which the construction industry (mainly polycarboxylate water reducing agents) consumes the most polyether monomers. In 2012, Chinese polycarboxylate water reducing agents need 360,000-420,000 tons of polyether monomers.



Liaoning Oxiranchem, Kelong Fine Chemical, Zhejiang Huangma and Shanghai Taijie act as major suppliers of polyether monomers, occupying 60-70% market share in China polycarboxylate water reducing agent industry. Wherein, attracted by high gross margin, the latter three enterprises have longitudinally extended into the polycarboxylate water reducing agent market.



In 2007-2012, China's output of polycarboxylate water reducing agents grew at a CAGR of 40.9%. In 2012, the output and sales volume of polycarboxylate water reducing agents amounted to approximately 2.3 million tons, accounting for 38% of the total consumption of water reducing agents which tended to become leading products in the water reducing agent industry.




Key Topics Covered:



1 Overview of Polyether Monomer



2 Overview of Polyether Monomer Development in China



3 Influence of Polyether Monomer Upstream in China



4 Influence of Polyether Monomer Downstream in China



5 Major Foreign Suppliers



6 Major Polyether Monomer Suppliers in China



7 Major Enterprises of Polycarboxylate Water Reducing Agent in China




Companies Mentioned:

  • Clariant
  • DOW
  • Honam Petrochemical (Lotte Chemical Corporation)
  • Jiahua Chemical
  • Jiangsu Subote New Materials
  • Kelong Fine Chemical
  • Liaoning Oxiranchem
  • Nanjing WELL Chemical
  • Shandong Huawei Yinkai Building Material Technology
  • Shanghai Taijie Chemical
  • Shanxi Kaidi Building Materials
  • Xiamen Academy of Building Research Group
  • Zhejiang Huangma Chemical Industry Group


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