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The Rare Earths Industry Worldwide 2014-2017: A Market / Technology Report

DUBLIN, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x2dvzs/the_rare_earths) has announced the addition of the "The Rare Earths Industry Worldwide 2014-2017: A Market / Technology Report" report to their offering.

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The rare earths industry is in a state of transition. China, which currently dominates in the production of rare earths, as well as in many downstream product areas, is being challenged by new producers from other regions. This diversification in the supply of rare earths will potentially result in greater stability in terms of both supply and prices. These and many other crucial factors that will affect the future of the burgeoning rare earths industry are examined in detail in a new market report The Rare Earths Industry Worldwide 2014-2017. The authors are Ted Dickson and Peter Harben, both of whom have many years' experience within the rare earths sector. The report provides a realistic assessment of supply and demand to 2017, taking into consideration a number of factors that will determine the future success of this dynamic industry and its markets.


Key Topics Covered:

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 INTRODUCTION

3 PRODUCTION OF RARE EARTHS

4 MARKETS

5 RARE EARTHS TRADE

6 RARE EARTHS PRICES

7 ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY

8 RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

9 COMPANY PROFILES

10 RARE EARTHS SUPPLY AND DEMAND: CURRENT SITUATION AND OUTLOOK TO 2017


Companies Mentioned:

Rare Earths Producers/Processors 

  • Anan Kasei Co Ltd
  • Baotou Steel Rare Earth Group Hi-Tech Co Ltd
  • Chalco Guangxi Nonferrous Rare Earth Co Ltd
  • China Minmetals Rare Earth Co
  • Ganzhou Chenguang Rare Earths New Material Co Ltd
  • Ganzhou Qiandong Rare Earth Group Co Ltd
  • Goring Rare Earth Corp Ltd
  • Guangdong Rising Nonferrous Metals Co Ltd
  • Huhhot Rongxin New Metal Smelting Co Ltd
  • Jiahua Advanced Material Resources Co
  • Jiangxi Rare Earth & Rare Metals Tungsten Co Ltd
  • Leshan Shenghe Rare Earth Technology Co
  • Less Common Metals Ltd
  • Lynas Corp
  • Molycorp Inc
  • NFC Southern Rare Earth (Xinfeng) Co Ltd
  • Showa Denko KK
  • Sichuan Jiangxi Copper Rare Earth Co Ltd
  • Sinosteel Corp
  • Solvay SA (Solvay Terres Rares)
  • Treibacher Industrie AG
  • Xiamen Tungsten Co
  • Yixing Xinwei Leeshing Rare Earth Co Ltd
  • Yiyang Hongyuan Rare Earth Co Ltd
  • Zhe Jiang Zhao-Ri-Ke Magnet Industries

Rare Earths Exploration Companies / Potential Producers 

  • Alkane Resources Ltd
  • Arafura Resources Ltd
  • Avalon Rare Metals Ltd
  • Commerce Resources Corp
  • EMC Metals Corp
  • Frontier Rare Earths Ltd
  • GéoMégA Resources Inc
  • Great Western Minerals Group Ltd
  • Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd
  • Hastings Rare Metals Ltd
  • Hudson Resources Inc
  • Innovation Metals Corp
  • Matamec Explorations Inc
  • MBAC Fertilizer Corp
  • Mkango Resources Ltd
  • Montero Mining and Exploration Ltd
  • Namibia Rare Earths Inc
  • Northern Minerals Ltd
  • Peak Resources Ltd
  • Pele Mountain Resources Inc
  • Quest Rare Minerals Ltd
  • Rare Element Resources Ltd
  • Stans Energy Corp
  • Tanbreez Mining Greenland A/S
  • Tasman Metals Ltd
  • Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp
  • Ucore Rare Metals Inc
  • U.S. Rare Earths Inc

Major End Users Of Rare Earths 

  • Advanced Technology & Materials Co Ltd
  • Aichi Steel Corp
  • Albemarle Corp
  • Anhui Baotou Steel Rare Earth Permanent Magnetic Alloy Industry Co Ltd
  • Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corp
  • BASF SE
  • Beijing Jingci Magnetism Tech Co Ltd
  • Beijing San Huan Sagami New Technology Co Ltd
  • Beijing Zhongke Sanhuan High-Tech Co Ltd
  • BYD Co Ltd
  • Chendu Magnetic Material Science & Technology Co Ltd
  • Cobasys LLC
  • Daido Electronics
  • Electron Energy Corp
  • GP Batteries International Ltd
  • W.R. Grace & Co
  • Highpower International Inc
  • Hitachi Metals Ltd
  • JGC Catalysts and Chemicals Ltd
  • Maanshan Gaoke Magnetic Material Co Ltd
  • Nanjing Chuangken Magnetism Co Ltd
  • Neorem Magnets Oy
  • ]Ningbo Co-Star Materials Hi-Tech Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Jinji Strong Magnetic Material Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Ketian Magnet Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Konit Industries Inc
  • Ningbo M&K Magnetech Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Newland International Trade Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Yunsheng High Tech Magnetics Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Zhaobao Magnet Co Ltd
  • Ningbo Zhongshi Strong Magnet Co Ltd
  • Ninggang Permanent Magnetic Materials Co Ltd
  • Panasonic Corp
  • San Huan (Ningbo) Nd-Fe-B Magnetics Co Ltd
  • Sanyo Electric Co Ltd
  • Shenzhen Feller Magnets Corp
  • Shin-Etsu Magnets Division
  • Sinopec Group
  • Taiyuan Gangyu International Trade Co Ltd
  • TDK Corp
  • Thinova Co Ltd
  • Tianjin Sanhuan Lucky New Material Inc
  • Vacuumschmelze GmbH & Co KG


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x2dvzs/the_rare_earths


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