Profiles of Key Starch Enterprises in China

Date: March 22, 2011
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Profiles of Key Starch Enterprises in China
Starch, including native starch and modified starch, is close to people’s life for its wide application in food, paper, textile, feed, oil exploration, etc. China is the second largest starch producer in the world, only next to the U.S. China’s starch industry has developed rapidly in recent years with strong governmental support. In order to guarantee food security, Chinese policies on starch industry attach much importance in the aspects of raw material supply, financing, taxation, environmental protection, industry standards, etc.

With abundant raw material supply and low manufacturing cost, corn starch has become the most important native starch variety in China. Other native starch varieties, such as tapioca starch, potato starch and wheat starch, have much smaller market demand than corn starch due to various reasons. Producers are facing intense competition in this capacity-excessive industry, Also, with stricter environmental protection requirements, small-scale producers with little investment in waste treatment have been gradually phased out, while large-scale producers will continue to dominate the market with advantages in production cost and technology in the future.

This report presents a comprehensive and deep analysis on 10 key starch producers in China, providing investors, researchers or enthusiasts for starch a unique perspective into raw materials, production, revenue and manufacturing cost of native starch and modified starch of these 10 producers during 2009-2010. Main points of this report are as follows:

Background of the 10 key starch producers
  • Feedstock supply situation, including purchasing volume and price in 2009-2010.
  • Production situation of naïve starch and modified starch in 2009-2010
  • Revenue of native starch and modified starch in 2009-2010
  • Manufacturing cost of native starch in 2010
  • Comprehensive analysis on other integrated business of downstream products based on feedstock, such as corn steep liquor meal, corn oil, feed pellet and corn gluten meal.
  • Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch in 2010
Executive summary
Introduction and methodology

I GLOBAL BIO-CHEM TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO., LTD.

I-1 Company background
I-2 Feedstock supply
I-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
I-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
I-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
I-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
I-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

II ZHUCHENG XINGMAO CORN DEVELOPING CO., LTD.

II-1 Company background
II-2 Feedstock supply
II-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
II-4 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
II-5 Manufacturing cost of native starch
II-6 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

III NATIONAL STARCH & CHEMICAL (SHANGHAI) CO., LTD.

III-1 Company background
III-2 Feedstock supply
III-3 Production of modified starch
III-4 Revenue of modified starch sector
III-5 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch

IV TING HSIN INTERNATIONAL GROUP

IV-1 Company background
IV-2 Feedstock supply
IV-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
IV-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
IV-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
IV-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
IV-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

V CHINA AGRI-INDUSTRIES HOLDINGS LIMITED

V-1 Company background
V-2 Feedstock supply
V-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
V-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
V-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
V-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
V-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

VI GUANGXI MINGYANG BIO-CHEM TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

VI-1 Company background
VI-2 Feedstock supply
VI-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
VI-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
VI-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
VI-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
VI-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

VII SHANDONG XIWANG GROUP CO., LTD.

VII-1 Company background
VII-2 Feedstock supply
VII-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
VII-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
VII-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
VII-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
VII-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

VIII SHANDONG JUNENG ELECTRIC POWER GROUP GOLDEN CORN CO., LTD.

VIII-1 Company background
VIII-2 Feedstock supply
VIII-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
VIII-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
VIII-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
VIII-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
VIII-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

IX CHINA ESSENCE GROUP LTD.

IX-1 Company background
IX-2 Feedstock supply
IX-3 Production of native starch and modified starch
IX-4 Other integrated business based on key feedstock
IX-5 Revenue of native starch and modified starch sector
IX-6 Manufacturing cost of native starch
IX-7 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch/native starch

X NANTONG HUAFA STARCH CO., LTD.

X-1 Company background
X-2 Feedstock supply
X-3 Production of native starch
X-4 Revenue of native starch
X-5 Manufacturing cost of native starch
X-6 Mass balance from feedstock to native starch

LIST OF TABLES

Table Feedstock situation of 10 key starch enterprises in China, 2010
Table Situation of native starch of 10 key starch enterprises in China, 2010
Table Situation of modified starch of 10 key starch enterprises in China, 2010
Table Manufacturing cost of native starch of 10 key starch enterprises in China, 2010
Table List of glossary about full name and abbreviation in the report
Table Exchange rate of RMB against USD, 2005-2010
Table I-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Global Bio-chem, 2009-2010
Table I-3.1 Production of native starch of Global Bio-chem, 2009-2010
Table I-3.2 Production of modified starch of Global Bio-chem by application, 2009-2010
Table I-5.1 Revenue of native starch of Global Bio-chem, 2009-2010
Table I-5.2 Revenue of modified starch of Global Bio-chem by application, 2009-2010
Table I-6.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of Global Bio-chem, 2009-2010
Table I-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of Global Bio-chem, 2010, '000 tonne
Table II-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Zhucheng Xingmao, 2009-2010
Table II-3.1 Production of native starch of Zhucheng Xingmao, 2009-2010
Table II-3.2 Production of modified starch of Zhucheng Xingmao by application, 2009-2010
Table II-4.1 Revenue of native starch of Zhucheng Xingmao, 2009-2010
Table II-4.2 Revenue of modified starch of Zhucheng Xingmao by application, 2009-2010
Table II-5.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of Zhucheng Xingmao, 2009-2010
Table II-6.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of Zhucheng Xingmao, 2010, '000 tonne
Table III-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of National Starch (Shanghai), 2009-2010
Table III-3.1 Production of modified starch of National Starch (Shanghai) by application, 2009-2010
Table III-4.1 Revenue of modified starch of National Starch (Shanghai) by application, 2009-2010
Table III-5.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of National Starch (Shanghai), 2010, ’000 tonne
Table IV-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Hangzhou Puluoxing, 2009-2010
Table IV-2.2 Feedstock supply situation of Tianjin Dingfeng, 2009-2010
Table IV-3.1 Production of native starch of Hangzhou Puluoxing, 2009-2010
Table IV-3.2 Production of native starch of Tianjin Dingfeng, 2009-2010
Table IV-3.3 Production of modified starch of Hangzhou Puluoxing, 2009-2010
Table IV-3.4 Production of modified starch of Tianjin Dingfeng, 2009-2010
Table IV-5.1 Revenue of modified starch of Hangzhou Puluoxing, 2009-2010
Table IV-5.2 Revenue of modified starch of Tianjin Dingfeng, 2009-2010
Table IV-6.1 Manufacturing cost of tapioca starch of Ting Hsin, 2009-2010
Table IV-6.2 Manufacturing cost of potato starch of Ting Hsin, 2009-2010
Table IV-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of Ting Hsin, 2010, '000 tonne
Table IV-7.2 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of Ting Hsin, 2010, '000 tonne
Table V-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of China Agri-industries, 2009-2010
Table V-3.1 Production of native starch of China Agri-industries, 2009-2010
Table V-5.1 Revenue of native starch of China Agri-industries, 2009-2010
Table V-6.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of China Agri-industries, 2009-2010
Table V-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to native starch of China Agri-industries, 2010, '000 tonne
Table VI-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Guangxi Mingyang, 2009-2010
Table VI-3.1 Production of native starch of Guangxi Mingyang, 2009-2010
Table VI-3.2 Production of modified starch of Guangxi Mingyang, 2009-2010
Table VI-5.1 Revenue of native starch of Guangxi Mingyang, 2009-2010
Table VI-5.2 Revenue of modified starch of Guangxi Mingyang, 2009-2010
Table VI-6.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of Guangxi Mingyang, 2009-2010
Table VI-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of Guangxi Mingyang, 2010, '000 tonne
Table VII-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Shandong Xiwang, 2009-2010
Table VII-3.1 Production of native starch of Shandong Xiwang, 2009-2010
Table VII-5.1 Revenue of native starch of Shandong Xiwang, 2009-2010
Table VII-6.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of Shandong Xiwang, 2009-2010
Table VII-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to native starch of Shandong Xiwang, 2010, '000 tonne
Table VIII-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Shandong Juneng, 2009-2010
Table VIII-3.1 Production of native starch of Shandong Juneng, 2009-2010
Table VIII-5.1 Revenue of native starch of Shandong Juneng, 2009-2010
Table VIII-6.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of Shandong Juneng, 2009-2010
Table VIII-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch and native starch of Shandong Juneng, 2010, '000 tonne
Table IX-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of China Essence, 2009-2010
Table IX-3.1 Production of native starch of China Essence, 2009-2010
Table IX-3.2 Production of modified starch of China Essence by application, 2009-2010
Table IX-5.1 Revenue of native starch of China Essence, 2009-2010
Table IX-5.2 Revenue of modified starch of China Essence by application, 2009-2010
Table IX-6.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of China Essence, 2009-2010
Table IX-7.1 Mass balance from feedstock to modified starch of China Essence, 2010, '000 tonne
Table X-2.1 Feedstock supply situation of Nantong Huafa, 2009-2010
Table X-3.1 Production of native starch of Nantong Huafa, 2009-2010
Table X-4.1 Revenue of native starch of Nantong Huafa, 2009-2010
Table X-5.1 Manufacturing cost of native starch of Nantong Huafa, 2009-2010
Table X-6.1 Mass balance from feedstock to native starch of Nantong Huafa, 2010, '000 tonne

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure V-4.1 Proportion of sales revenue of integrated corn-based business in China Agri-industries, 2010
Figure VII-4.1 Proportion of sales volume of integreted corn-based business in Shandong Xiwang, 2010

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Global Bio-chem Technology Group Co., Ltd.
Zhucheng Xingmao Corn Developing Co., Ltd.
National Starch & Chemical (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Ting Hsin International Group
China Agri-Industries Holdings Limited
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