Chinese Feed Grade Manganese Sulfate Industry Discussed in New Huidian Research Study Available at MarketPublishers.com
16 Oct 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – China’s feed grade manganese sulfate output grew by 4.1% Y-o-Y, reaching 71,000 metric tons in 2011. Currently, although facing the overcapacity crisis, some Chinese companies are still expanding their scale of production, which adversely impacts the industry and exacerbates already existing supply surplus.
CITIC Dameng Mining Industries Ltd and Guangxi Yuanchen Manganese Industry Co., Ltd are the leading companies operating in the domestic manganese sulfate industry. Most enterprises usually possess small-scale facilities with a production capacity ranging from just 5,000 to 10,000 metric tons per annum.
New market study “China’s Feed Grade Manganese Sulfate Industry Research, 2012-2016” elaborated by Huidian Research takes an up-close look at the status quo and development trend of the feed grade manganese sulfate industry globally and particularly in China.
The study features a SWOT analysis of the industry; import & export data; supply & demand situation and price trends; technical development of feed grade manganese sulfate products; sheds light on the industry competitive landscape including profiles of the top six enterprises. Furthermore, development forecast of China’s feed grade manganese sulfate industry up to 2016, as well as investment suggestions and opinions from industrial experts are also discussed in detail.
Companies profiled include: CITIC Dameng Mining Industries Ltd. (CITIC Dameng); Guangxi Yuanchen Manganese Industry Co., Ltd.; Qinzhou Lantian Chemical Plant & Mine Co., Ltd.; Qinyunshang Manganese Industry Co., Ltd.; Qinzhou Xiangda Chemical Co., Ltd.; and Shaoyang Tianlong Chemical Plant.
China’s Feed Grade Manganese Sulfate Industry Research, 2012-2016
Published: September, 2012
Price: US$ 1.700,00
More new market studies by the publisher can be found at Huidian Research page.