Research on China's PVP (Polyvinyl Pyrrolidone) Industry, 2013-2017
Published Date » 2012-12-14
No. Of Pages » 76
There are more than a dozen PVP manufacturers in China, and the total production capacity is more than 20,000 tons; in 2012, the output was about 11,200 tons, increased by 180% compares with 2007, of which, more than 30% of the products are used to exports. It is can be seen from the statistics of production capacity and output that the actual PVP production capacity is already in the overcapacity state. At the same time, some China's products cannot reach the quality requirements of some industries, and nearly 20% of China's PVP consumption needs to be imported.
In 2012, China's PVP demand volume was nearly 10,082 tons and the demand mainly come from medicine, everyday chemicals and office supplies. Due to the development of downstream industries, the PVP consumption will continue to maintain a rapid growth, but the oversupply situation will continue.
Huidian Research releases Research on China's PVP (Polyvinyl Pyrrolidone) Industry, 2013-2017, which conducts depth market research on the PVP market in the following aspects: market scale, supply and demand, market competitions, business performance of key enterprises upstream and downstream of the industry chain and industrial forecast. This report provides the enterprises with decision-making references.
Table of Content
1. PVP Industry
1.1.2 Application Areas
1.2 Production Technologies
1.2.1 PVP Monomer NVP Synthetic Technology
1.2.2 NVP Monomer Purification Technology
1.2.3 PVP Polymerization Technology and Complexation Technology
1.2.4 PVP Polymer Drying Technology
1.3 Upstream and Downstream of PVP Industry
1.3.1 Business Model and Industry Characteristics
1.3.2 Upstream and Downstream
1.3.3 Relationship of Upstream Industries
1.3.4 Relationship of Downstream Industries
2. Development Backgrounds of China's PVP Industry
2.1 Economic Development Environment
2.1.1 Economic Development Situation
2.1.3 Investment in the Fixed Assets
2.1.4 Total Export-Import Volume and the Growth Rate
2.1.5 Forecast of Macro-economy
2.2 DownstreamDaily Chemicals
2.2.1 Industrial Operation
2.2.2 Industrial Policy
3. Global PVP Market
3.1 Production Situation
3.1.1 Status Quo
3.1.2 Competitive Landscape
3.2 Key Enterprises
3.2.1 BASF (Germany)
3.2.2 ISP (the United States)
3.2.3 Nippon Shokubai Co., Ltd.
3.3 Application and Consumption of Global PVP Industry
3.3.2 Application Areas
3.4 Downstream Industries
3.4.1 Global Daily Chemical Industry
3.4.2 Global Pharmaceuticals Industry
4. China's PVP Market
4.1 Industry Management System and Policies
4.1.1 Authorities and Supervision System
4.1.2 Market Access, Laws and Regulations
4.1.3 Industry Policies
4.2 Production Capacity and Output of China's PVP Industry
4.2.1 Industry Development
4.2.2 Production Capacity and Output from 2007 to 2012
4.2.3 Output Forecast from 2013 to 2017
4.3 China's PVP Application and Consumption
4.3.1 Consumption Scale
4.3.2 Consumption Areas
4.3.3 New Consumption Areas in the Future
4.4 Competitive Landscape
4.4.1 Competitive Landscape
4.4.2 Entry Barriers
5. Competitiveness of China's PVP Enterprises
5.1 Boai NKY Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
5.1.1 Company Profile
5.1.3 Industry Position
5.1.4 Production Capacity
5.1.5 Operation from 2011 to 2012
5.1.6 Competitive Advantages
5.2 Hangzhou Nanhang Industrial Co., Ltd.
5.2.1 Company Profile
5.3 Shenhua Scientific & Technical Development Co., Ltd.
5.3.1 Company Profile
5.4 Anhui Haifeng Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
5.4.1 Company Profile
5.5 Jiaozuo Yuanhai Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
5.5.1 Company Profile
5.6 Jiaozuo Meida Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
5.6.1 Company Profile
6. Prospect and Development Forecast of PVP Industry from 2011 to 2012
6.1 Development Prospect
6.1.1 Positive Factors
6.1.2 Negative Factors
6.2 Investment Risk
6.2.1 Environmental Protection Policy Risk
6.2.2 Influence of Foreign Quality Standards and Safety Certificates
6.2.3 Franchising License Renewal Risk
6.2.4 Risk of Serious Accidents Due to Poor Quality
6.2.5 Risk of Serious Safety Accidents
6.3 Development Trend
6.3.1 The Development of Global Pharmaceuticals Industry Will Drive the Consumption Increase of PVP
6.3.2 The Development of Global Everyday Chemical Industry Will Drive the Consumption Increase of PVP
6.3.3 New Application Areas Will Increase Continuously
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