China’s Chemical Fiber Producers
The changing climate of an industry: 50 company profiles (1st edition)
China’s Chemical Fiber Producers: 50 company profiles, a new report from International Fiber Journal, examines China’s position in the global man-made fibres market. Written and compiled by China Correspondent Chen Nan Yang, this publication, with around 290 pages and more than 70 tables, provides the latest production figures and identifies the current strategic challenges faced by leading suppliers.
Published December 2009, 294 pages
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China’s Chemical Fiber Producers: 50 company profiles
Although China is still the clear market leader in the global manmade fibres industry (at 24.1m tonnes the country produces almost 61% of total world output), its profits decreased considerably during the second half of 2008 compared with the same period of the previous year.
According to the China Chemical Fiber Association, profitability fell because of the fluctuation in the price of crude oil – a result of the global financial crisis, which has also caused a slowdown in the demand for man-made fibres and their finished products.
Besides the challenge of global overcapacity, China’s manmade fibre producers are facing the risk of bankruptcy and a slowdown in investments. However, there are signs that operating rates are beginning to recover.
Meanwhile, the Chinese man-made fibre industry is initiating a series of measures to get the sector back on track. These include eliminating outdated capacity, increasing the output of high-tech fibres, increasing investment in foreign textile markets, and the merger and reconstruction of producers. By the end of 2008, the 30 largest Chinese man-made fibre companies had an annual capacity of more than 13.2m tonnes accounting for 49% of China’s total capacity.
By 2010, it is estimated the country will have six chemical fibre giants, each of them with a turnover of more than CNY20bn (US $2.9bn). Publication date December 2009 Available through Textile Media Services
This up-to-date information will help you to identify:
• production range
• production facilities
• number of employees
• new products and technologies
• main markets
• turnover by fibre types
• current situation
• expansion plans and current projects
• risks and future outlook.
The report also profiles 50 of the leading producers in the Chinese man-made fibres industry, including:
Zhejiang Hengyi Group, Sinopec Yizheng Chemical Fiber, Tong Kun Group, Jiangsu, Sanfangxiang Group Rongsheng Petrochemical, Zhejiang Yuandong, Chemical Fiber Group, China Shenma Industry, Jiangsu Hengli Group, Jilin Chemical Fiber, Zheiiang Xiangsheng Group, Jiangsu Shenghong, Chemical Fiber, Kings Group, Zhejiang United, Chemical Fiber Group, Zhejiang Hongjian Group, Fulida Group Holding, Wujiang Yingxiang, Chemical Fiber, Xinfengming Group, Xiamen Xianglu Chemical Fiber, Shandong Helon, Billion China, Xinxiang Chemical Fiber, Guangdong Xinhui Meida Nylon, Shanxi Sanwei Group, Zhejiang Cifu Group, Jiangsu Huaya Fiber, Shandong Yinying Chemical Fiber, Tangshan Sanyou, Xingda Chemical Fiber, Guangdong Kaiping Chunhui, Jiangsu Huaxicun, Fujian Jinlun Fiber, Yantai Spandex, Zhejiang Huafon Spandex, Nanjing Chemical Fiber, Toray Fibers (Nantong), Hunan Xiangwei, Baoding Swan, Lianyungang Duzhong Spandex, Anhui Wanwei Updated High-Tech Material Industry, Zhangjiagang Xinxin Chemical Fiber, Hangzhou Yongsheng Group, Zhejiang Jiangnan Polyesterification, Jiangsu Aoyang Technology Corporation, Yunnan Yunwei, Jiangsu Jiangnan High Polymer Fiber, Zhangjiagang Longjie Special Chemical Fiber, Fujian Textile and Chemical Fiber Group, Heilongjiang Longdi Jinxing (Fujian) Chemical Fiber Textile Industry, Haiyan Huaming Chemical Fiber, Jilin Jiyan High-Tech Fibers.