2016-2022 China Light Burnt Magnesium Powder Industry Market Supply and Demand Forecast and Investment Planning Suggestion Research Report
Date:2016-08-31 Author: Click:
Boss Data released the "2016-2022 China Light Burning Magnesium Powder Industry Market Supply and Demand Forecast and Investment Planning Proposal Research Report" introduced the light burned magnesium powder industry related overview, China's light and heavy burnt magnesium industry operating environment, and analyzed China's light and heavy burnt magnesium industry The current situation, the competition pattern of China's light and heavy magnesium burning industry, the analysis of the operation status of key enterprises in China's light and heavy magnesium burning industry and the development prospects and investment forecasts of China's light and heavy magnesium burning industry. If you want to have a systematic understanding of the light and heavy magnesium industry or want to invest in the light and heavy magnesium industry, this report is an indispensable tool for you.
In 2014, China's light and heavy burned magnesium exports generally showed a “quantity increase and price drop” situation, and general trade remained stable. Among them, the export of light and heavy magnesium in the first to second quarters showed a general decline, and the volume and price fell. Especially after the large number of foreign merchants in the fourth quarter of 2013, the purchase volume in the first quarter and second quarter of 2014 decreased significantly. The transaction price is close to the cost line, and there is almost no profit margin. The foreign wait-and-see attitude is strong, the orders are still scarce, and the market is near collapse. After the situation fell to the bottom at the end of the second quarter, after the industry worked together to reduce the bidding, the market conditions began to improve in the third quarter, the transaction volume increased significantly, the price stabilized and slightly rebounded, and the annual quota was fully completed. The overall trend of the year is shallow "V".
In 2014, the total export volume of light and heavy magnesium in China was about 1.35 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 22%. Under the general trade, the export was 1.065 million tons (excluding the export declaration at the end of 2013 and the number in 2014), among which, the export of light burnt magnesium was 173,000 tons, down 27.9% year-on-year; the burnt magnesium was 571,000 tons, up 3% year-on-year; The fused magnesium was 321,000 tons, up 1.3% year-on-year; the magnesite was 218 tons, down 33% year-on-year. The total export value is 390 million US dollars. The average export price is USD 366/ton. Among them, light burnt magnesium is 230 US dollars / ton, up 0.7%; heavy burned magnesium is 290 US dollars / ton, down 3%; fused magnesium 580 US dollars / ton, down 7.1%; magnesite 280 US dollars / ton, year-on-year It fell by 13.2%.
In 2014, China's light and heavy burned magnesium exports showed a total of “quantity increase and price drop”. There are three main reasons: First, the international economy is sluggish and demand is insufficient. Light and heavy burned magnesium exports are in the buyer's market, foreign bargaining power is strong, and Chinese companies' bargaining power is weak. Foreign investors concentrate on purchasing in the fourth quarter of each year, and the number of purchases is small at other times, and prices are constantly being lowered. In order to maintain its normal operation and market share, as well as penalties for quota waste, export companies cut export prices, sell at low prices, and export at near cost, resulting in a decline in overall export prices. The second is the issue of statistical caliber. Due to changes in foreign purchases, a considerable portion of the company's exports were concentrated in the fourth quarter. A considerable portion of the light and heavy burned magnesium that was declared for export in December was counted in January 2014. According to estimates and calculations, the number was about 16-17 million tons in 2013, higher than any previous year. Therefore, the statistical time lag leads to a “virtual high” number of exports. Third, North Korea’s light and heavy burnt entrepot trade has begun to increase, and there are many illegal acts such as stealing certificates of origin and reprocessing of bonded warehouses. In 2014, North Korea’s re-export trade was lightly burnt to 157,000 tons, an increase of about 10,000 tons from 2013. The light and heavy burning of magnesium re-exports pushed up the export volume of China while lowering the average export price.
In 2014, China's light and heavy burned magnesium was exported to 79 countries and the top five countries (regions) were: the United States, the European Union, Japan, South Korea and Russia. The five countries (regions) exported a total of 863,000 tons, accounting for the year. 81% of total exports.