Future of Enzyme in China to 2020

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Future of Enzyme in China to 2020
China’s output of starch, including native and modified starch, is the second largest in the world. Major varieties of native starch include corn starch, potato starch, cassava starch and wheat starch, while that of modified starch include corn modified starch, potato modified starch and cassava modified starch.

China’s starch output has kept growing rapidly with CAGR of about 17.00% since 2001, which reached 17.10 million tonnes in 2008. It is predicted that China’s starch output will increase stably to 25.47 million tonnes in 2020. What is the position of Chinese starch industry in the world? Why do Chinese starch industry develop so fast? Which products will witness promising prospect in the future?

China is the second largest native starch consumption country in the world, with total consumption value of USD6.10 billion in 2008, of which USD700.00 Driven by strong growth momentum of Chinese economy in past few years, China’s enzyme industry has witnessed great development. Currently China is one of the most important enzyme suppliers and consumers around the world, with total sales value in China up to USD0.15 billion in 2009.

With intense competition, the enzyme industry in China has undergone great changes in recent years. On one side, China’s enzyme industry has been dominated by some large scale producers and many small scale producers have been gradually washed out from the market. On the other side, foreign investors are playing a more and more important role in Chinese enzyme market.

A hotspot comes to: what are the advantages of foreign investors over Chinese enzyme producers? Why Chinese enzyme industry falls behind the world’s step?

In order to provide comprehensive analysis on China’s enzymes industry in recent years and its future prospects, questionnaire survey is conducted in this report, with total 11 respondents including enzyme professors and managers being interviewed on their views of China’s enzyme industry.

The survey results unveil the following key issues keenly concerning the future of China’s enzyme industry:
- What are the key factors influencing development of China’s enzyme industry?
- What are the future opportunities and challenges for China’s enzyme industry?
- Which kinds of enzyme are mainly exported and imported?
- What’s the future performance for different enzymes in China?

Additionally, this report mainly covers the following contents:
- History of enzyme industry in China
- Overview of enzyme markets in China
- Supply situation of enzyme in China
- Import and export situation of enzyme in recent three years
- Demand situation of enzyme in China
- Technological progress of enzyme in China
- Competitive environment for Chinese enzyme producer and industry
- Future forecast on Chinese enzyme industry
Executive summary
Methodology, source and definition

I HISTORY OF ENZYME INDUSTRY IN CHINA

I-1 Brief introduction to enzyme and enzyme preparation
I-2 Different development periods of Chinese enzyme industry
I-3 Development characteristics of Chinese enzyme in the past

II OVERVIEW OF ENZYME MARKETS IN CHINA

III SUPPLY OF ENZYME IN CHINA

III-1 Production of enzyme in China
  III-1.1 Glucoamylase (GA)
  III-1.2 α-amylase
  III-1.3 Protease
  III-1.4 Lipase
  III-1.5 Cellulase
  III-1.6 Non-starch polysaccharides enzymes (NSP enzymes)
  III-1.7 Phytase
  III-1.8 Rennin
  III-1.9 Pectinase
  III-1.10 Xylanase
  III-1.11 β-Glucanase
III-2 Import and export situation
  III-2.1 Import situation
  III-2.2 Export situation

IV DEMAND OF ENZYME PREPARATIONS IN CHINA

IV-1 Market size of enzyme preparations
  IV-1.1 Overall market size
  IV-1.2 Market size by enzyme
  IV-1.3 Market size by segment
IV-2 Consumption pattern of major enzyme preparations
IV-3 Introduction to major segments
  IV-3.1 Technical enzyme preparations
    IV-3.1.1 Starch processing
    IV-3.1.2 Detergent
    IV-3.1.3 Textile
    IV-3.1.4 Leather
    IV-3.1.5 Paper & pulp
  IV-3.2 Food enzyme preparations
    IV-3.2.1 Beer
    IV-3.2.2 Juice
    IV-3.2.3 Wheat-based products
  IV-3.3 Feed enzyme preparations
  IV-3.4 Pharmaceutical enzyme preparations

V TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENZYME PREPARATIONS IN CHINA

V-1 Cutting edge technologies in China
V-2 Research situation of technologies in China (in the past, current progress)
V-3 Application achievements on enzyme preparation technologies

VI COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT

VI-1 Comparison between Chinese and foreign/foreign funded enterprises in China
VI-2 Comparison between enzyme industry in China and the world

VII FUTURE FORECAST ON ENZYME INDUSTRY IN CHINA

VII-1 Key factors and driving forces for development of enzyme industry in China
  VII-1.1 Macro factors
  VII-1.2 Driving forces
VII-2 Future forecast on enzyme industry in the next 5~10 years
  VII-2.1 Introduction
  VII-2.2 Market forecast: enzymes in major segments, 2010~1020
    VII-2.2.1 Starch processing
    VII-2.2.2 Detergent
    VII-2.2.3 Textile
    VII-2.2.4 Paper & pulp
    VII-2.2.5 Leather
    VII-2.2.6 Beer
    VII-2.2.7 Juice
    VII-2.2.8 Wheat-based product
    VII-2.2.9 Feed
    VII-2.2.10 Pharmaceuticals
VII-3 Commercial opportunities in China
  VII-3.1 Growth segments and enzymes
  VII-3.2 Commercial opportunities

VIII APPENDIX

VIII-1 SWOT analysis of major 10 enzyme manufacturers
VIII-2 Profiles of major 15 manufacturers
  VIII-2.1 Beijing Novozymes (China) Investment Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.2 Jiangsu Genencor (Wuxi) Bio-Products Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.3 Hunan Hongyingxiang Biochemistry Industry Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.4 Shandong Yishui Longda Bioengineering Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.5 Zhaodong Richeng Enzyme Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.6 Jiangsu Wuxi Synder Bio-Products Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.7 Liaoning Xinghe Biology Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.8 Guangdong Jiangmen Biotechnology R&D Center Enzyme Preparations Plant
  VIII-2.9 Guangdong VTR Bio-Tech Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.10 Jiangsu Aidun Biology Engineering Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.11 Tianjin Noao Sci & Tech Development Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.12 Tianjin Lihua Enzyme Preparations Technology Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.13 Beijing CTA New Century Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
  VIII-2.14 Shandong Zhongxie Center of Food Additives
  VIII-2.15 Henan Yangshao Biochem Engineering Co., Ltd.
VIII-3 Profiles of major 15 end users
  VIII-3.1 Luzhou Food Group Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.2 Guangzhou Shuangqiao Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.3 Caixin Tangye Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.4 Nafine Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.5 Nice Group Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.6 Huafang Joint Stock Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.7 Luthai Textile Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.8 Beijing Yanjing Brewery Group Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.9 Beijing China Resources Snow Brewery (China) Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.10 Shandong Tsingdao Brewery Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.11 Zhengbang Group Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.12 Hebei Kaite Feed Group Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.13 Xiamen Baisuihang Technology Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.14 China Haisheng Juice Holdings Co., Ltd.
  VIII-3.15 Shanxi Lvxiang Group Co., Ltd.

LIST OF TABLES

Table I-2.1 Major research achievements on enzyme in China, 1979-1989
Table I-2.2 Key enzyme producers assessed by Association of Fermentation Industry of China, 2001
Table II-1 Sales value of enzyme and biotechnology-related products in China, 2004-2009
Table III-1.1.1 Basic information of major GA producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.1.2 GA business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.1.3 GA quotation from major enzyme producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.2.1 Physical properties of α-amylase
Table III-1.2.2 Physical properties of thermal stable α-amylase
Table III-1.2.3 α-amylase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.2.4 Thermal stable α-amylase quotation of major enzyme producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.3.1 Basic information of major protease producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.3.2 Protease business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.3.3 Specifications of protease and its applications
Table III-1.3.4 Protease quotation of major enzyme preparation producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.4.1 Basic information of major lipase producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.4.2 Lipase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.4.3 National industrial standard on lipase in China
Table III-1.4.4 Lipase quotation of major enzyme preparation producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.5.1 Basic information of major cellulase producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.5.2 Cellulase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.5.3 Cellulase quotation of major enzyme preparation producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.6.1 Basic information of major NSP enzyme producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.6.2 NSP enzymes business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.7.1 Basic information of major phytase producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.7.2 Phytase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.9.1 Basic information of major pectinase producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.9.2 Pectinase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.9.3 Pectinase quotation of major enzyme preparation producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.10.1 Basic information of major xylanase producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.10.2 Xylanase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.10.3 Pectinase quotation of major enzyme producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.11.1 Basic information of major β-glucanase producers in China, 2010
Table III-1.11.2 β-glucanase business of major enzyme producers in China, 2006-2010
Table III-1.11.3 β-glucanase quotation of major enzyme producers in China, 2010
Table III-2.1.1 Import volume of enzymes in China, 2002-2009
Table III-2.1.2 Monthly import situation of rennin in China, 2007-2009
Table III-2.1.3 Monthly import situation of alkaline protease in China, 2007-2009
Table III-2.1.4 Monthly import situation of alkaline lipase in China, 2007-2009
Table III-2.1.5 Monthly import situation of other enzymes in China, 2007-2009
Table III-2.2.1 Export volume of Chinese enzymes, 2002-2009
Table III-2.2.2 Monthly export situation of Chinese rennin, 2007-2009
Table III-2.2.3 Monthly export situation of Chinese alkaline protease, 2007-2009
Table III-2.2.4 Monthly export situation of Chinese alkaline lipase, 2007-2009
Table III-2.2.5 Monthly export situation of other Chinese enzymes, 2007-2009
Table IV-1.3.1 Enzyme consumption in key end-use segments in China, 2005-2009
Table IV-2.1 Consumption pattern of major enzymes in China, 2009
Table IV-2.2 Consumption pattern of major enzymes in China, 2009
Table IV-3.1.1.1 Major producers of starch sugar and bio-ethanol in China, 2009
Table IV-3.1.2.1 Major producers of detergent in China, 2009
Table IV-3.1.3.1 Key producers of textile in China, 2009
Table IV-3.1.4.1 Output structure of leather products in major production provinces in China, 2009
Table IV-3.2.1.1 Key producers of beer in China, 2009
Table IV-3.2.2.1 Key producers of juice in China, 2009
Table IV-3.3.1 Key producers of feed in China, 2009
Table V-1.1 Major microorganisms used in enzyme production
Table V-1.2 Recombinant microorganism used in Novozymes
Table V-1.3 Recombinant microorganism used in other companies
Table V-1.4 Technology comparison of strain screening
Table V-1.5 Technology comparison of immobilized enzyme technology
Table V-1.6 Predicted technology improvement for feed enzyme production
Table V-2.1 Key topics on enzymes of Chinese research institutes, 2006-2010
Table V-2.2 Enzymes used in brewers’ syrup production and its characteristics
Table VI-1.1 Major foreign investors in Chinese enzyme industry
Table VI-1.2 Enzymes from Novozymes (partial)
Table VI-1.3 End use segments on which Novozymes focused and their species in each segment
Table VI-1.4 Competitive trend of Chinese and foreign enterprises in enzyme industry
Table VI-2.1 National standards for main enzymes in China
Table VII-1.2.1 Main advantages of enzymes of end use segments
Table VII-2.2.1.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from starch processing
Table VII-2.2.2.1 Trends influencing enzyme demand from detergent
Table VII-2.2.3.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from textile segment
Table VII-2.2.4.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from paper & pulp segment
Table VII-2.2.5.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from leather segment
Table VII-2.2.6.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from beer segment
Table VII-2.2.7.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from juice segment
Table VII-2.2.8.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from wheat-based products
Table VII-2.2.9.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from feed segment
Table VII -2.2.10.1 Trends influencing enzymes demand from pharmaceutical segmentv
Table VII-3.1.1 Future enzyme consumption volume in major end use segments in low growth scenario, 2010-2020
Table VII-3.1.2 Future enzyme consumption volume in major end use segments in expected growth scenario, 2010-2020
Table VII-3.1.3 Future enzyme consumption volume in major end use segments in high growth scenario, 2010-2020
Table VII-3.1.4 Future consumption volume of major enzymes in expected growth scenario, 2010-2020
Table VIII-1.1 SWOT analysis of major 10 enzyme manufacturers in China, 2009

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure I-2.1 Development periods of China’s enzyme industry
Figure II-1 Relationship between enzyme industry and biotechnology industry
Figure III-1.1 Output of enzyme in China, 1995-2009
Figure III-1.1.1 Output and sales value of GA in China, 1995-2009
Figure III-1.2.1 Output and sales value of α-amylase in China, 1995-2009
Figure III-1.3.1 Output and sales value of protease in China, 1995-2009
Figure III-1.4.1 Output and sales value of lipase in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-1.5.1 Output and sales value of cellulase in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-1.7.1 Output and sales value of phytase in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-1.9.1 Output and sales value of pectinase in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-1.10.1 Output and sales value of xylanase in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-1.11.1Output and sales value of β-glucanase in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-2.1 Import & export volume of enzymes in China, 2002-2009
Figure III-2.1.1 Major imported enzymes in China by questionnaire, 2005-2009
Figure III-2.2.1 Major exported enzymes in China by questionnaire, 2005-2009
Figure III-2.2.2 Future opportunities for Chinese enzyme export business by questionnaire, 2010-2014
Figure III-2.2.3 Future challenges for Chinese enzyme export business by questionnaire, 2010-2014
Figure III-2.2.4 Predicted major exported enzymes in China by questionnaire, 2010-2014
Figure IV-1.1.1 Consumption volume and growth rate of enzyme in China, 2005~2009
Figure IV-1.2.1 Consumption structure of major enzymes by volume in China, 2009
Figure IV-1.2.2 Consumption volume and growth rate of GA in China, 2005-2009
Figure IV-1.2.3 Consumption volume and growth rate of α-amylase in China, 2005-2009
Figure IV-1.2.4 Consumption volume and growth rate of alkaline protease in China, 2005-2009
Figure IV-1.2.5 Consumption volume and growth rate of phytase in China, 2005-2009
Figure IV-2.1 Consumption structure of enzymes in end-use segments in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.1.1.1 Output of starch in China, 2000-2008
Figure IV-3.1.1.2 Output and growth rate of starch sugar in China, 2001-2009
Figure IV-3.1.1.3 Output and growth rate of fuel bio-ethanol in China, 2004-2009
Figure IV-3.1.1.4 Flow chart of starch deep-processing
Figure IV-3.1.1.5 Consumption ratio of starch-processing segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.1.2.1 Output and growth rate of synthetic detergent in China, 2003-2009
Figure IV-3.1.2.2 Consumption ratio of detergent segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.1.3.1 Output and growth rate of fabric in China, 2003-2009
Figure IV-3.1.3.2 Output and growth rate of dyeing fabric in China, 2003-2009
Figure IV-3.1.3.3 Consumption ratio of textile segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.1.4.1 Output and growth rate of leather in China, 2002-2008
Figure IV-3.1.4.2 Consumption ratio of leather segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.1.5.1 Output and growth rate of paper and cardboard in China, 2003-2009
Figure IV-3.1.5.2 Consumption ratio of paper segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.2.1.1 Output and growth rate of beer in China, 2002-2009
Figure IV-3.2.1.2 Consumption ratio of beer segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.2.2.1 Output and growth rate of juice, 2002-2009
Figure IV-3.2.2.2 Consumption ratio of juice segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.2.3.1 Consumption structure of flour in sub-segments in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.2.3.2 Output and growth rate of flour in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.2.3.3 Consumption ratio of wheat-based products segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.3.1 Output and growth rate of feed in China, 2002-2009
Figure IV-3.3.2 Consumption ratio of feed segment in China, 2009
Figure IV-3.4.1 Output value and growth rate of pharmaceutical segment in China, 2004-2009
Figure IV-3.4.2 Output value structure for sub-segments in China’s pharmaceutical segment, 2008
Figure IV-3.4.3 Consumption ratio of pharmaceutical segment in China, 2009
Figure V-1.1 Production process for feed enzymes
Figure V-2.1 Key research topics on enzymes in 863 Program, 2006-2010
Figure V-2.2 Establishment time for key research institutes on enzymes in China
Figure V-2.3 Distribution of key research institutes on enzymes in China, 2010
Figure V-2.4 Alcohol production process from cassava with glucoamylase-yeast joint fixation technology
Figure VI-2.1 Development of China’s enzyme segment by questionnaire, 2005-2009
Figure VI-2.2 Reasons for weak competition of China’s enzyme producer around the world by questionnaire, 2010
Figure VI-2.3 Comparison of enzymes sales value in China and in the world, 2004-2009
Figure VI-2.4 Sales value proportion for different types of enzymes in China and the world, 2008
Figure VI-2.5 Sales value for key producers’ enzyme business around the world, 2004-2009
Figure VI-2.6 Sales value proportion of key enzyme producers around the world, 2009
Figure VII-1.1.1 China’s import and export value, 2005-2009
Figure VII-1.1.2 GDP growth rate in China, 2005-2009
Figure VII-1.2.1 Output CAGR for major end use segments, 2005-2009
Figure VII-2.2.1 Forecast on total enzyme demand in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.2 Predicted average growth rate of enzyme consumption, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.3 Predicted average growth rate of enzyme consumption in sub-segments of food, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.1.1 Enzyme consumption in starch processing segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.1.2 Forecast on enzyme demand from starch-processing segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.2.1 Enzyme consumption in detergent segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure III-2.2.2.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from detergent segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.3.1. Enzyme consumption in textile segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.3.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from textile segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.4.1. Enzyme consumption in paper & pulp segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.4.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from paper & pulp segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.5.1. Enzyme consumption from leather segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.5.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from leather segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.6.1. Enzyme consumption in beer segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.6.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from beer segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.7.1. Enzyme consumption in juice segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.7.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from juice segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.8.1. Enzyme consumption in wheat-based segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.8.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from wheat-based segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.9.1. Enzyme consumption in feed segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.9.2. Forecast on enzyme demand in feed segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-2.2.10.1. Enzyme consumption in pharmaceutical segment in China, 2005~2009
Figure VII-2.2.10.2. Forecast on enzyme demand from pharmaceutical segment in China, 2010~2020
Figure VII-3.1.1 Prospected China’s enzyme industry by questionnaire, 2010-2014
Figure VII-3.1.2 Prospected future growth rate of enzyme consumption by questionnaire, 2010-2014
Figure VII-3.1.3 Projected output of enzymes (glucoamylase, α-amylase, alkaline protease) in expected growth scenario, 2010-2020
Figure VII-3.1.4 Projected output of enzymes (lipase, pectinase, glucanase, xylanase, phytase, cellulose) in expected growth scenario, 2010-2020
Figure VII-3.2.1 Prospected future opportunity for China’s enzyme industry by questionnaire, 2010-2014

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Beijing Novozymes (China) Investment Co., Ltd.
Jiangsu Genencor (Wuxi) Bio-Products Co., Ltd.
Henan Yangshao Biochem Engineering Co., Ltd.
Luzhou Food Group Co., Ltd.
Shanxi Lvxiang Group Co., Ltd.
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