Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/27/2014 -- Global And China Industrial Enzyme Industry Report, 2014-2016
In 2007-2013, the global industrial enzyme market size grew at the CAGR of 5.7%, reaching USD4.04 billion in 2013, 1.4 times that in 2007. The global industrial enzyme market is monopolized by a small number of large enterprises with R & D and market dominance. Novozymes, the world's largest enzyme preparation R & D and manufacturing company, possesses more than 45% share in the global market always.
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In 2013, China’s industrial enzyme output jumped by 8% year on year to 1.0588 million tons. At present, enzyme preparation is used widely in brewing, washing and other industries; it shows potentials in starch processing, feedstuff and other sectors; its application in papermaking, textile and others just arises, but with a promising prospect. In 2013, Novozymes and other world-renowned companies aggressively expanded the Chinese market; VTR, Youteer and other local companies also raised capacity vigorously.
In 2008-2013, the gross margin of the global and Chinese major enzyme preparation enterprises remained at 30%-50%. Compared with well-known international companies, Chinese enterprises are backward in technology and R & D; their products are mainly used in the feedstuff field, while partly in textile, papermaking and other industries, reflecting weak market competitiveness.
In 2014-2016, the global industrial enzyme market size will continue to grow; but affected by the slowdown of emerging economies, the growth rate of the market will decline to some extent.
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Table of Content
1 Overview of Industrial Enzyme
2 Development of Global Industrial Enzyme Industry
2.1 Market Size
2.2 Competition Pattern
2.3 Demand Structure
3 Development of China Industrial Enzyme Industry
3.3 Import and Export
3.4 Competition Pattern
4 Impact of Downstream Sectors on China Enzyme Preparation Industry
4.1 Food Industry
4.1.1 Starch Processing
4.2 Feedstuff Industry
4.3 Brewing Industry
4.3.4 Yellow Wine
4.4 Detergent Industry
4.5 Papermaking Industry
4.6 Textile Industry
5 Major Companies
5.1.3 Revenue Structure
5.1.4 Gross Margin
5.1.5 R & D
5.1.6 Operation in China
Global And China Carbon Fiber Industry Report, 2013 - 2016
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In 2013, the global carbon fiber capacity totaled approximately 120,000 tons, mainly contributed by Japan and the U.S.. The world's top five companies -- Toray, Teijin, Zoltek, Mitsubishi Rayon and Formosa Plastics shared 55% of the global carbon fiber capacity together. In September, 2013, Toray acquired Zoltek to raise its market share to about 30%.
Carbon fiber is primarily divided into PAN-based carbon fiber whose utilization rate hits about 95%, and pitch-based carbon fiber. In 2013, two-thirds of the global small-tow (? 24K) PAN-based carbon fiber was produced by Toray, Teijin and Mitsubishi Rayon; three-fourths of the large-tow (> 24K) PAN-based carbon fiber was made by Zoltek and SGL; half of pitch-based carbon fiber was created by Kureha.
Though still in the initial stage, China carbon fiber industry has been developing fast under the stimulation of policies and the gap between supply and demand in recent years.
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Global And China Activated Carbon Industry Report, 2013 - 2016
Activated carbon as a kind of effective adsorbent finds wide application in water treatment, food & beverage, metallurgy, chemical, pharmaceutical and automotive industries.
In 2013, the capacity of activated carbon across the globe outnumbered 2 million tons/a, as opposed to the demand approximating 1.3 million tons/a, which was an indicative of severe overcapacity. Thus, a grim situation to integrate or eliminate capacities is expected to linger in the future. On a global basis, activated carbon capacity largely concentrates in a few of countries or regions including the U.S., Japan, Western Europe and China. In particular, the capacities in the United States, Japan and Western Europe are dominated by a small number of industrial players, such as America-based Calgon Carbon Corporation with activated carbon capacity over 75,000 tons/a, and Cabot Norit with the capacity of 60,000 tons/a. Others included Japan-based Osaka Gas Chemicals Co., Ltd. which was promoted to the world’s third largest activated carbon producer through taking over Jacobi Carbons in October 2013. Also, Osaka Gas Chemicals has grown into the largest producer in cocoanut active charcoal market segment.
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