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  • Current Conditions of PVC Market in China and Prediction on Its Development
    Order ID:  CDC-R-2002-019
    ISBN:  2001 Version
    Publisher:  All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
    Publication Date:  3/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
    Format:  Paper Copy
    Languages:  English
    Pages:  53+
    Price:  $800 (for academic users)
    Delivery:  Airmail
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    Summary PVC, one of top five thermoplastic synthetic resins, is next to the mostly used polyvinyl resin in the world. It takes up 29% of the total sales of synthetic resins in the world. PVC is easily processed through die stamping, lamination, injection molding, extrusion molding, rolling, and hollow blowing. It is mainly used to manufacture soft plastic products such as artificial leather, thin film, electric wire jacket or hard plastic products such as slab materials, windows and doors, pipeline and valves. In 1999, China consumed a total of 3,670,000 tons of PVC resin. In the following several years, the need for PVC will keep growing by the rate 6.0% as drawn by downstream demand. By the year 2005, the demand for PVC will attain 5,400,000 tons. Soft PVC products in China include film, cable jacket, plastic shoes and synthetic leather products, while hard PVC products mainly indicate abnormal shaped pipelines and slab materials. The soft and hard PVC products in China maintain an approximate average proportion of 70: 30. The proportion of hard PVC products have been on steady growth in recent years, with its proportion at 30.0% for 1996; about 35% for 1997 and up to about 40% by the year 1999. The demand for PVC in China is rocketing and domestic output can not meet the requirement, which leads to considerable increase in import. From 1995 to 1999, the annual import of PVC maintained a surprising average growth by 134%, with the biggest increase among the top five common synthetic resins. For the imported PVC, pure PVC resin occupies the largest share by about 73%; non-plasticized PVC takes up 24%; and plasticized PVC takes up 3%. PVC market in China still has much room for development. Downstream plastic processing is also enjoying a rapid growth. Especially for highly value-added products, the demand of PVC grows by as much as 10%, while PVC products currently produced in China can not meet the need of downstream processing industry and most highly value-added products rely on import. If foreign investors can make use of the broad market in China and its rich human resources to lower labor cost and establish some PVC equipment with high technical content, good benefits will certainly be available.
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    Content 1. General description 2. World PVC production and consumption 2.1 World current production conditions and development tendency 2.2 Current world PVC consumption and development tendency 2.3 Analysis on PVC consumption structure of the world by region 2.3.1 Analysis on consumption conditions in USA 2.3.2 PVC consumption in Western Europe 2.3.3 PVC consumption in Japan 2.4 World PVC trading conditions 3. Chinese PVC market scale and prediction 4. China's PVC Market segmentation and analysis of each market 4.1 Analysis on consumption of soft PVC products in China 4.2 Analysis on consumption of hard PVC products in China 4.3 Prediction on consumption of soft PVC products 4.4 Prediction on consumption of hard PVC products 5. PVC market supply in China 5.1 Domestic production conditions 5.1.1 Current domestic production conditions 5.1.2 Plan for new construction or enlargement of production equipment 5.2 Import and export analysis 5.2.1 Main countries for import 5.2.2 Main import categories of PVC 5.2.3 Main import modes 5.2.4 Main PVC import regions in China 6. Analyses on supply and demand of the Chinese PVC market 6.1 Current PVC supply and demand 6.2 Predictions on supply and demand 7. Price analysis of China's PVC market 8. Conditions of main PVC production enterprises, processing enterprises as well as import and export enterprises in China 8.1 Conditions of main production enterprises 8.2 Processing enterprises 8.2.1 Pipe manufacturers 8.2.2 Manufacturers of shaped-materials 8.2.3 Plates and slabs manufacturers 8.2.4 Plastic shoes manufacturers 8.2.5 Artificial leather 8.3 Import and export enterprises 9. Industrial management system and relevant development policies 10. Analysis on competitiveness of Chinese PVC industry 11. Market development opportunity and proposals Tables Table 1 Ten largest PVC manufacturers in the world Table 2 Current world PVC production conditions and prediction Table 3 World PVC demand for 1998 and prediction on demand for 2003 Table 4 World PVC consumption structure for 1998 Table 5 Consumption of main PVC application fields in USA for 1994-2003 Table 6 PVC consumption structure in Western Europe Table 7 Composition of PVC consumption in Japan Table 8 World PVC resin trading conditions Table 9 Current PVC demand in China and prediction Table 10 Prediction on PVC consumption Table 11 Annual production capacity and output of PVC in China over the years Table 12 PVC projects to be built in China for 2000-2005 Table 13 Import of PVC in China for 1995-1999 Table 14 Comparison of PVC import structure for 1998 and 1999 Table 15 Comparison of main PVC import modes in China for 1998 and 1999 Table 16 Main PVC import regions in China Table 17 PVC apparent consumption and self-supply ratio in China for 1995-1999 Table 18 Prediction on PVC demand-supply balance in China for 2000-2005 Table 19 Price change of PVC resin in China Table 20 Output of twenty-one key PVC production enterprises in China in 1999 Table 21 Concrete brand and application of domestic XJ PVC Table 22 Concrete brand and application of domestic SG PVC Table 23 PVC brand and application of Shanghai and Qilu Petrochemical Table 24 Main production brands of key PVC production enterprises in China Figure Figure 1 World PVC demand for 1998 Figure 2 World PVC consumption structure for 1998 Figure 3 USA PVC consumption structure for 1998 (10,000 tons) Figure 4 PVC consumption structure in western Europe in 1998 Figure 5 Countries from which China imported PVC in 1999 Figure 6 Main PVC imoprt regions in China Figure 7 Comparison of PVC output and apparent consumption in China for 1995-1999 Figure 8 PVC self-supply ratio in China for 1995-1999 Figure 9 PVC market price trend in China for 1990-1999
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