Market Analysis and Structure of Glycine in China

Date: October 22, 2010
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Market Analysis and Structure of Glycine in China
Glycine, including tech-grade, feed-grade, food-grade and pharmaceutical-grade, is widely used as raw materials for CMC (carboxymethyl cellulose), agrochemicals and surfactant. China is not only a major production base of glycine, but also a large consumer.

Glycine has experienced strong growth momentum over the past few years especially after 2007, seeing a surge in demand at home, which pushes up the product’s capacity expansion and output increase. China’s glycine capacity is estimated to reach 488,500t/a in 2010, and its output is over 160,000 tonnes in 2009.

Besides production situation, this report also provides answers to the key issues in Chinese glycine industry as follows.

(1) Chongqing Sanxia Yingli Chemical Company is the first and only company adopting natural gas as starting raw material to produce glycine in China, and it has suffered a lot in its glycine business notably from unstable production, immature technology etc. What’s its current situation and how will it get out of the predicament to seek further development?

(2) Glycine industry has encountered poor profit and low price in 2009, due to the sluggish demand for glyphosate. What is the development trend of glycine industry in 2010 and even in 2014? How about the industry integration of glycine and its upstream products?

(3) At present, in what field is glycine applied in China? Will other potential end-use segments be developed?

In this report, you can also figure out the in-depth analysis of drivers and barriers of Chinese glycine industry, as well as the forecast on glycine development in China in 2010~2014.
INTRODUCTION

RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

REASONS FOR DOING THIS RESEARCH

SCOPE OF REPORT

METHODOLOGY

INFORMATION SOURCES

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


I MARKET SUMMARY AND ASSUMPTION

I-1 Historical evolution of glycine markets
  I-1.1 Price
  I-1.2 Export
  I-1.3 Markets by grade
I-2 Predicted market value
  I-2.1 Markets by grade
  I-2.2 Price summary
I-3 Market challenges

II INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

II-1 Market segmentation
II-2 Brief introduction to major end-use segments
  II-2.1 Glyphosate
  II-2.2 Food
  II-2.3 Feed
  II-2.4 Pharmaceutical
II-3 Industry concentration of glycine materials
  II-3.1 Urotropine
  II-3.2 Chloroacetic acid
II-4 Industry concentration of glycine companies
II-5 Market trends

LIST OF TABLES

Table I-1.1.1 Price change of tech-grade glycine, 2006-Sep.2010
Table I-1.2.1 Export destinations of China’s glycine, 2007
Table I-1.2.2 Export destinations of China’s glycine, 2008
Table I-1.2.3 Export destinations of China’s glycine, 2009
Table I-1.2.4 Export destinations of China’s glycine, 2010 (as of Jul. 2010)
Table I-1.2.5 Glycine exports of Chinese major producers, 2007
Table I-1.2.6 Glycine exports of Chinese major producers, 2008
Table I-1.2.7 Glycine exports of Chinese major producers, 2009
Table I-1.2.8 Glycine exports of Chinese major producers, 2010 (as of Jul. 2010)
Table I-3.1 Strengths and weaknesses of Chinese glycine industry
Table II-2.1.1 Consumption of glycine in glyphosate, 2001-2009
Table II-2.1.2 Major glyphosate producers adopting AEA pathway in China, as of Oct. 2010
Table II-2.1.3 Main glycine producers and glycine consumers in China, 2009
Table II-2.2.1 Main end-use segments of food-grade glycine in China
Table II-2.4.1 Main end-use segments of pharmaceutical-grade glycine in China
Table II-3.1.1 Main urotropine producers in China, 2010
Table II-3.1.2 Industrial concentration of urotropine in China
Table II-3.2.1 Main chloroacetic acid producers in China, 2010
Table II-3.2.2 Industrial concentration of chloroacetic acid in China
Table II-4.1 Industrial concentration of glycine in China, 2005-2009

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure I-1.1.1 Price of tech-grade glycine in China, 2006-Sep.2010
Figure I-1.2.1 Export price of food-grade glycine in China, 2007-Jul. 2010
Figure I-1.2.2 Export price of feed-grade glycine in China, 2007-Jul. 2010
Figure I-1.2.3 Export price of pharmaceutical-grade glycine in China, 2007-Jul. 2010
Figure I-1.2.5 China’s export volume of glycine, 2007
Figure I-1.2.6 China’s export volume of glycine, 2008
Figure I-1.2.7 China’s export volume of glycine, 2009
Figure I-1.2.8 China’s export volume of glycine, 2010 (as of Jul. 2010)
Figure I-1.3.1 Market demand for Chinese glycine by grade and volume, 2005-2009
Figure I-1.3.2 Market demand for Chinese glycine by grade and value, 2005-2009
Figure I-2.1.1 Predicted market demand for Chinese glycine by grade and volume, 2010-2014
Figure I-2.1.2 Predicted market demand for Chinese glycine by grade and value, 2010-2014
Figure I-2.1.3 Predicted output of Chinese glyphosate by route, 2010-2014
Figure I-2.2.1 Forecast on price of Chinese tech-grade glycine, Oct. 2010-Sep. 2011
Figure II-1.1 Consumption of glycine in China, 2009
Figure II-1.2 Consumption pattern of glycine in China, 2009
Figure II-2.1.1 Capacity and output of glyphosate in China, 2001-2009
Figure II-2.1.2 Output structure of glyphosate by different pathway in China, 2001-2009
Figure II-4.1 Distribution of Chinese glycine producers by capacity of tech-grade glycine, 2010
Figure II-4.2 Distribution of Chinese glycine producers by company number, 2010
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