After more than 80 years of development, the world fluorine 7 industry has become one of the relatively mature 7 industries; the sales of the global fluorides has exceeded USD 23 billion and the average growth rate is 3.8% for recent five years. At present, by virtue of monopoly business and acquisitions & restructuring, the global fluorine 7 industry have formed the top eight transnational fluorine 7 groups which mainly concentrate in the US, Japan and West Europe. These top eight companies respectively refer to DuPont, Solvay, Daikin, 3M, Asahi Glass, Arkema, Ineos Fluor and Honeywell, all of which account for 80% of the world output of fluorine materials and 70% of the fluorine 7s. China’s fluorine 7 industry started from the 1950s and after more than 50 years of development, it has formed the complete category and top four classes of product series, namely fluorinated alkanes, fluoropolymers, inorganic fluorides and fluorine-containing fine 7s. As of the end of 2012, there were more than 1,000 enterprises that engaged in the... Research Beam Model: Research Beam Product ID: 114340 1700 USD New
In-Depth Research and Development Forecast of China Fluorine 7 Industry, 2013-2017

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In-Depth Research and Development Forecast of China Fluorine 7 Industry, 2013-2017

 
  • Category : Materials & Chemicals
  • Published On : September  2013
  • Pages : 66
 
 
After more than 80 years of development, the world fluorine 7 industry has become one of the relatively mature 7 industries; the sales of the global fluorides has exceeded USD 23 billion and the average growth rate is 3.8% for recent five years.

At present, by virtue of monopoly business and acquisitions & restructuring, the global fluorine 7 industry have formed the top eight transnational fluorine 7 groups which mainly concentrate in the US, Japan and West Europe. These top eight companies respectively refer to DuPont, Solvay, Daikin, 3M, Asahi Glass, Arkema, Ineos Fluor and Honeywell, all of which account for 80% of the world output of fluorine materials and 70% of the fluorine 7s.

China’s fluorine 7 industry started from the 1950s and after more than 50 years of development, it has formed the complete category and top four classes of product series, namely fluorinated alkanes, fluoropolymers, inorganic fluorides and fluorine-containing fine 7s. As of the end of 2012, there were more than 1,000 enterprises that engaged in the fluorine 7 in China; the total production capacity of China’s fluorine 7 products reached 3.85 million tons with the output of about 2.42 million tons; China has become the major country of the global fluorine 7 production and consumption.

At present, the market concentration ratio of the top ten enterprises in the Chinese fluorine 7 industry is close to 40%, which is very high; the domestic enterprisers have some competitive advantages in the low-end fluorine 7 products close to the raw materials and have the weak competitiveness in the product fields with high added value, high processing depth and high technical requirements; such fields are basically dominated by the foreign enterprises.

Under the major background of current economic shifting, a lot of new application of fluorine 7 products is springing up and becoming the new growth points of fluorine 7 products. The new energy, new materials, energy saving and environmental protection, electronic information, high-end medicines, pesticides, textile and other fields are needing more and more fluorine-containing fine 7s, such as solar battery back materials, lithium battery separator, fuel cell separator, vanadium redox flow battery separator, fluorinated aesthetics, fluorinated liquid crystal materials, fluorinated cooling medium of large engine units and fluorinated fabric finishing agents etc.; the profit margin of some high added-value rare products can reach more than 50%. The development of such products can promote the fluorine 7 industry to adjust the product structure and achieve the industrial upgrading.

According to China’s Fluorine 7 Industry 12th-Five-Year Development Planning, as of the end of 12th-Five-Year, the total production capacity of China’s various fluorine 7 products will reach 4.5 million tons and form the advanced fluorine 7 manufacturing system with the characteristics of technical innovation, industry cluster, manufacturing informatization, standard internationalization and resource integration.
1. Development Overview of China’s Fluorine 7 Industry
1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Industrial Overview and Classification
1.1.2 Leading Products
1.2 Industrial Chain

2. Development Overview of Global Fluorine 7
2.1 Development Status Quo
2.1.1 Market Scale
2.1.2 Market Competitiveness
2.1.3 Regional Competitiveness
2.2 Development Characteristics
2.2.1 Primary Products Shifting to the Countries with Rich Resources
2.2.2 High-End Production Technology and Products Mainly Concentrating in the Developed Countries
2.2.3 Adjustment of Product Structure and Layout Being Accelerated
2.3 Development Trends of the World Fluorine 7 Industry
2.3.1 Demand Trend
2.3.2 Technology Development Trend

3. China’s Fluorine 7 Environment
3.1 China’s Economic Development Environment
3.2 Industry Related Policies, Laws, Regulations and Standards
3.3 Domestic Fluorine 7 Technology Level

4. Development Status Quo of China’s Fluorine 7 Industry
4.1 Development Status Quo
4.2 Supply
4.2.1 Overall Supply Capability
4.2.2 Supply Trend
4.3 Demand
4.4 Existing Problems

5. Competitiveness of China’s Fluorine 7 Industry
5.1 Competitiveness
5.1.1 Upstream Bargaining Power Gradually Weakening
5.1.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers in the Cyclical Fluctuation
5.1.3 Threat of Potential Entrants Being Weak
5.1.4 Competition within the Industry
5.1.5 Threat of Substitutes Being Weak
5.2 Market Concentration Ratio

6. Fluorine Industry Upstream and Downstream
6.1. Upstream Raw Materials Industry
6.1.1 Fluorite
6.1.2 Sulfate
6.2 Downstream Application Fields
6.2.1 Lithium Batteries
6.2.2 Electrolytic Aluminum
6.2.3 Refrigerators

7. Import and Export Statistics of Fluorine 7 Products
7.1 Imports and Exports of Hydrofluoric Acid, 2010-2012
7.1.1 Import and Export Statistics of Hydrofluoric Acid, 2010-2012
7.1.2 Import Source and Export Destination Regions of Hydrofluoric Acid (28111100), 2012
7.2 Imports and Exports of Fluorosilicate
7.2.1 Import and Export Statistics of Fluorosilicate, 2010-2012
7.2.2 Import Source and Export Destination Regions of Fluorosilicate (28269010), 2012
7.3 Imports and Exports of Sodium Hexafluoroaluminate
7.3.1 Import and Export Statistics of Sodium Hexafluoroaluminate, 2010-2012
7.3.2 Import Source and Export Destination Regions of Sodium Hexafluoroaluminate (28263000), 2012

8. China’s Major Fluorine 7 Manufacturing Enterprises
8.1 Zhejiang Juhua Co., Ltd.
8.1.1 Company Profile
8.1.2 Main Business
8.1.3 Competitive Advantages
8.1.4 Business Performance
8.1.5 Future Development Strategy
8.2 Zhejiang Yongtai Technology Co., Ltd.
8.2.1 Company Profile
8.2.2 Main Business
8.2.3 Competitive Advantages
8.2.4 Business Performance
8.2.5 Future Development Strategy
8.3 Do-Fluoride 7s Co., Ltd.
8.3.1 Company Profile
8.3.2 Main Business
8.3.3 Competitive Advantages
8.3.4 Business Performance
8.3.5 Future Development Strategy
8.4 Shanghai 3F New Material Co., Ltd.
8.4.1 Company Profile
8.4.2 Main Products
8.4.3 Competitive Advantages
8.4.4 Business Performance
8.4.5 Future Development Strategy
8.5 Dongyue Group Ltd.
8.5.1 Company Profile
8.5.2 Main Products
8.5.3 Competitive Advantages
8.5.4 Business Performance

9. Investment and Development Trends of Fluorine 7 Industry
9.1 Investment Opportunities
9.2 Investment Risks
9.2.1 Market Competition Risk
9.2.2 Policy Risk
9.3 Industrial Access Barriers
9.3.1 Resource Barrier
9.3.2 Technical Barrier
9.3.3 Capital and Scale Barriers
9.4 Development Trends of China’s Fluorine 7 Industry
9.4.1 China’s Fluorine 7 Demand Having Good Prospects
9.4.2 Future Major Work of China’s Fluorine 7 Development
9.5 12th-Five-Year Development Priorities of Fluorine 7 Industry
9.5.1 Inorganic Fluorides
9.5.2 Fluorinated Alkanes and ODS Substitutes
9.5.3 Fluoropolymers
9.5.4 Fluorine-Containing Fine 7s
9.6 Investment Suggestions