Herbicides China News 1710 (12 issues per year)

Date: October 31, 2017
Pages: 33
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Herbicides China News 1710 (12 issues per year)
Herbicides China News provides you with real-time intelligence on China’s herbicides market.

It is a monthly published newsletter, which can be downloaded in PDF format. The subscription period is yearly, grants the subscriber 12 issues in total.

China’s herbicides output has grown rapidly in recent years to fuel rising demand in both the domestic and export markets, and production should continue to expand for the next few years.

However, the industry is also facing a number of long-term challenges, including low market concentration, poor R&D investment, increasing costs due to China’s tightening environmental regulations and growing crop resistance to key products such as glyphosate.

Herbicides China News will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire herbicides industry chain, from raw materials to end consumption. This includes:
  • Breaking news from China and abroad
  • The latest market data, including price information for raw materials, intermediates and end products, import/export data, production, consumption, operating rates, etc.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends, Chinese government policy, the performance of leading Chinese producers, M&A, new technologies, and more
  • Expert commentary from industry insiders, including regular guest articles and interviews with insiders at leading Chinese manufacturers, associations and government organizations

Industry insiders are heatedly discussing whether acetochlor will be listed in The Rotterdam Convention. It's not clear how likely it is that the pesticide will be listed, but if it happens, the acetochlor industry will suffer.

In recent years, the pesticide industry was in downturn, and many pesticide companies were sold by shareholders.

Some regions of Shandong have issued their list of pesticide enterprises that should cut/ suspend production in heating season in 2017–2018. It is predicted that in the next six months, herbicide supply will sharply reduce in the province.

In Sept., Anhui Guoxing's 50,000 t/a pyridine base and 240,000 t/a formaldehyde projects were approved regarding safety conditions. The projects can satisfy Anhui Guoxing's growing demand for pyridine base and can further strengthen China's competitiveness in the pyridine industry.

Zhongnongfa Seed's pesticide business did not go well and it planned to sell out 67% of its subsidiary Henan Agrochemical, a key amide herbicide enterprise in China.

MAX (Rudong) Chemicals recently announced that its 200 t/a terbacil TC project will pass the final acceptance of construction. The successfully operation of the project will improve the company's competitiveness and financial performance.

In Oct. 2017, Nantong Weilike revealed its decision to launch new production projects for amide herbicides, to capture larger shares in both domestic and overseas markets. Foreseeably, as leading manufacturers expand their production, competition will get intensified in the domestic amide herbicide business.

Jiangsu Changiqng plans to further optimise its product mix to cultivate new profit growth points and improve profitability by public issuance of convertible bonds.

Some regions are planning to ban paraquat, further compressing the export business of the product in China. This important herbicide is facing an unknown future.

In Sept., there were 35 new registrations of herbicide TC in China, owned by 26 enterprises.

In the past 5 years, China's pesticide industry management system saw great transition.
Editor's Note
Column 1 Market Analysis
  Will acetochlor be listed in The Rotterdam Convention
Many pesticide companies sold by shareholders due to poor performance in 2017
  Herbicide supply to sharply reduce in next six months
Column 2 Company Dynamics
  Anhui Guoxing: 50,000 t/a pyridine base and 240,000 t/a formaldehyde projects pass approval
  Zhongnongfa Seed plans to transfer all equities in Henan Agrochemical
  MAX (Rudong) Chemicals further improves competitiveness in herbicide market
  Nantong Weilike to expand production for greater competitiveness in amide herbicides
  Jiangsu Changqing to raise USD137.43 million for capacity expansion and business consolidation
Column3 Paraquat and Pyridine
  Paraquat price rises in Oct. 2017
  Pyridine price goes up slightly in Oct. 2017
Column 4 Import and Export Analysis
  Paraquat faces unknown future with compressed export business
Column 5 Registration
  Thirty-five new registrations of herbicide TC in China in Sept. 2017
Column 6 Policy
  Pesticide industry management system sees great transition in past 5 years
  Eight pesticide enterprises to suspend production during heating season in Shandong's Weifang Seven pesticide companies ordered to suspend production in Shandong's Zibo in 2017 winter
  Requirements of Materials for Pesticide Registration takes effect on 1 Nov., 2017
  Two national standards related to haloxyfop-R-methyl to take effect in April 2018
Column 7 News in Brief
  Shandong Cynda plans to establish subsidiary to expand business
  Hebei Xingbai obtains technologies of monosulfuron and monosulfuron ester
  Zhejiang Wynca's 30,000 t/a glyphosate TC project in trial production
  Jiangsu Changqing's net profit up by 21.25% YoY in Q1–Q3 2017
  Nutrichem increases stake in Jiangxi Heyi
Column 8 Price Monitoring
  Ex-works prices of key herbicide raw materials in China, 8 Oct., 2017
  Ex-works prices of main herbicides in China, 8 Oct., 2017
  Shanghai Port prices of main herbicides in China, 8 Oct., 2017
  FOB Shanghai prices of main herbicides in China, 8 Oct., 2017


Anhui Guoxing Biochemical Co., Ltd., Zhongnongfa Henan Agrochemical Co., Ltd., MAX (Rudong) Chemicals Co., Ltd., Nantong Weilike Chemicals Co., Ltd., Jiangsu Changqing Agrochemical Co., Ltd.
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