China Dominates Fluorochemicals Production Worldwide, According to In-demand CCM Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com03 May 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – China is currently the largest producer of a raft of fluorochemicals. Nevertheless, competition in the industry sees a shift as conventional low- to middle-end product sectors like hydrogen fluoride (HF), aluminum fluoride (AlF3) and cryolite are suffering from strong overcapacity, whilst other segments like PTFE, LiPF6, PVDF, and HFOs are observing rapid development. Meantime, the battle is becoming intense between the HFC and natural refrigerant industry sectors as China moves away from HCFCs.
In March 2017, Juhua's chairman of the board, Mr. Hu Zhongming, noted that distinct measures should be assumed to further preserve fluorite resources.
In March 2017, China's prices for HCFC-22 rose again, being indicative of an upturn in business activities.
The financial performance of Suzhou Gutai is projected to improve in 2017 owing to the surging popularity of its leading product – PVDF film.
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