Survey of Titanium Dioxide in China
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This report is the seventh edition of the titanium dioxide series reports, published by CCM.
Undoubtedly, China is the biggest country both in titanium dioxide production and consumption.
Nevertheless, along with tremendous growth in the past few years, the limitations are more and more obvious, coming from technology, product quality and environmental protection. Technology of chloride process in China is still poor and the core technology is monopolized by overseas enterprises. How do domestic enterprises develop the chloride process? In order to raise the product quality, what are they endeavoring to. As the pressure from environment becomes harder and harder, how do they handle their three waste treatment?
Thus, focusing on such spots, we have done broadly investigation and deeply analysis, and try to find out how Chinese enterprises overcome the obstacles and how the titanium dioxide industry will evolve in the near future. After a great deal of work, we have accumulated full-scale of information of the titanium dioxide industry and made some valuable conclusions.
So by reading this report, you will come to know:
After rapid growth in the past few years, China has become the biggest titanium dioxide production country since 2009. From 2008 to 2012, domestic titanium dioxide capacity has increased from XXXXt/a to XXXXt/a, with a CAGR of XXX%. From 2008 to 2012, the output has increased from XXXXX tonnes to XXXX tonnes, with a CAGR of XXXX%. With the further development of China's titanium dioxide industry in the coming five years, it is forecasted that the domestic capacity of titanium dioxide will reach XXXXt/a while its output will hit XXXX tonnes in 2017.
Along with the development of titanium dioxide industry, both pollution situation and product quality have improved continuously. Although the technology of chloride process is not mature in China, some domestic enterprises are still establishing production lines applying chloride process, and the Chinese government has issued a series of policies to encourage the development of chloride process technology.
The price of titanium dioxide has witnessed an abnormal increase from 2010 to early 2012. For example, the price of rutile titanium dioxide has risen to over USDXXXX/t in June 2011, from only about USDXXXX/t at the beginning of 2010. However, from later 2012 to early 2013, the price of titanium dioxide in China has witnessed a sharp decrease.
China has been a net exporter of titanium dioxide since 2010. From 2010 to 2012, the relevant export volume has increased from XXXX tonnes to XXXX tonnes, with a CAGR of XXXX%.
China is one of the largest consumers of titanium dioxide in the world. From 2008 to 2012, the apparent consumption of domestic titanium dioxide has increased with a CAGR of XXXX%. In 2012, the apparent consumption volume of titanium dioxide is about XXXX tonnes. The titanium dioxide is mainly consumed in coating, plastic and papermaking industries in China. And in 2012, the consumption volume of titanium dioxide in these three fields is XXXX tonnes, accounting for about XXXX% of the total. It is estimated that the consumption volume of titanium dioxide in China would see a further growth, reaching about XXXX tonnes in 2017.
Overall, opportunity and challenge both exist in the titanium dioxide industry in China.
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