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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 f

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  • 1. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Future of Enzyme in China to 2020 - The Second Edition Researched & Prepared by: Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. Guangzhou, P. R. China Feb. 2010 Copyright by Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (P. R. China) Any publication, distribution or copying of the content in this report is prohibited. Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968 Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 2. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Description: 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 Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 3. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Main content: No. Content Page Executive summary 1 Methodology, source and definition 3 I History of enzyme industry in China 5 I-1 Brief introduction to enzyme and enzyme preparation 5 I-2 Different development periods of Chinese enzyme industry 7 I-3 Development characteristics of Chinese enzyme in the past 10 II Overview of enzyme markets in China 11 III Supply of enzyme in China 15 III-1 Production of enzyme in China 15 Summary 15 III-1.1 Glucoamylase (GA) 16 III-1.2 α-amylase 19 III-1.3 Protease 22 III-1.4 Lipase 25 III-1.5 Cellulase 27 III-1.6 Non-starch polysaccharides enzymes (NSP enzymes) 29 III-1.7 Phytase 31 III-1.8 Rennin 33 III-1.9 Pectinase 34 III-1.10 Xylanase 36 III-1.11 β-Glucanase 38 III-2 Import and export situation 40 III-2.1 Import situation 41 III-2.2 Export situation 44 IV Demand of enzyme preparations in China 49 IV-1 Market size of enzyme preparations 49 IV-1.1 Overall market size 49 IV-1.2 Market size by enzyme 49 IV-1.3 Market size by segment 51 IV-2 Consumption pattern of major enzyme preparations 53 IV-3 Introduction to major segments 54 IV-3.1 Technical enzyme preparations 54 IV-3.1.1 Starch processing 54 IV-3.1.2 Detergent 59 IV-3.1.3 Textile 61 IV-3.1.4 Leather 64 IV-3.1.5 Paper & pulp 67 IV-3.2 Food enzyme preparations 69 IV-3.2.1 Beer 69 IV-3.2.2 Juice 71 IV-3.2.3 Wheat-based products 74 IV-3.3 Feed enzyme preparations 76 IV-3.4 Pharmaceutical enzyme preparations 79 V Technologies for enzyme preparations in China 82 V-1 Cutting edge technologies in China 82 V-2 Research situation of technologies in China (in the past, current progress) 91 Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 4. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence V-3 Application achievements on enzyme preparation technologies 103 VI Competitive environment 104 VI-1 Comparison between Chinese and foreign/foreign funded enterprises in China 104 VI-2 Comparison between enzyme industry in China and the world 109 VII Future forecast on enzyme industry in China 114 VII-1 Key factors and driving forces for development of enzyme industry in China 114 VII-1.1 Macro factors 114 VII-1.2 Driving forces 115 VII-2 Future forecast on enzyme industry in the next 5~10 years 118 VII-2.1 Introduction 118 VII-2.2 Market forecast: enzymes in major segments, 2010~1020 119 VII-2.2.1 Starch processing 121 VII-2.2.2 Detergent 122 VII-2.2.3 Textile 124 VII-2.2.4 Paper & pulp 125 VII-2.2.5 Leather 126 VII-2.2.6 Beer 128 VII-2.2.7 Juice 129 VII-2.2.8 Wheat-based product 130 VII-2.2.9 Feed 132 VII-2.2.10 Pharmaceuticals 133 VII-3 Commercial opportunities in China 135 VII-3.1 Growth segments and enzymes 135 VII-3.2 Commercial opportunities 140 VIII Appendix 142 VIII-1 SWOT analysis of major 10 enzyme manufacturers 142 VIII-2 Profiles of major 15 manufacturers 144 VIII-2.1 Beijing Novozymes (China) Investment Co., Ltd. 144 … … 145 VIII-2.15 Henan Yangshao Biochem Engineering Co., Ltd. 161 VIII-3 Profiles of major 15 end users 162 VIII-3.1 Luzhou Food Group Co., Ltd. 162 … … 162 VIII-3.15 Shanxi Lvxiang Group Co., Ltd. 169 Executive summary: Enzyme industry in China has experienced over XX years’ development since XX when China achieved industrialization of α-amylase, the first enzyme produced commercially in China. Up to now, China has become one of the most important enzyme suppliers and consumers around the world. There are ore than XX enzyme producers engaged in enzyme business in China, with their total output of Chinese enzyme up to XX tonnes in XX from XX tonnes in XX. China’s enzyme industry has been developing fast in the past few years. Enjoying the strong growth momentum, Chinese enzyme industry, meanwhile also faces some constraints. The domestic industry falls behind the global step. Great disparity exits between China’s enzyme industry and the oversea in the aspects of product structure, production scale, industry standard, etc. Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 5. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Generally, China’s enzyme products are not developed well in a sustainable way and the popular products are concentrated in XX varieties. Among the XX output, α-amylase, glucoamylase and alkaline protease, the most popular enzymes in China, contribute the most, accounting for XX %, XX % and XX % of China’s total enzyme output. Besides unbalanced product mix, limited application is another constraint. Although enzymes can be widely applied to so many fields depending on their high efficiency and environmental friendliness, enzymatic consumption in China is now quite confined to some certain application fields, mainly starch-processing, detergent, beer and feed, with consumption proportion of XX %, XX %, XX % and XX % respectively. These four segments totally take up over XX % of the whole consumption. Furthermore, Chinese producers are now confronted with increasingly great competition, with foreign investors playing a more and more important role in Chinese enzyme market. Following the first joint venture named Jiangyin BSDZYME Bio-engineering Co., Ltd. established in Jiangsu province in XX, around ten foreign investors have entered the enzyme market in China. Owing to inadequate R&D investment in technology innovation and new product development, leading to weak competition of China’s enzyme technologies, none of Chinese enzyme producers can rank among the top largest enzyme producers around the world now, and this situation will remain so in the near future. Chinese producers have fallen behind the foreign producers in Chinese market. Only some advantages such as lower manufacturing cost and huge potential market may inject some confidence and development room in domestic producers. To overcome these obstacles for a sustainable industry development, domestic research institutes, who play the most important role in developing cutting-edge enzyme technology, are expected to do their endeavor. Thanks to the government’s strong financial supports for the related research institutions, around ten research institutes take the lead in China’s enzyme research currently. China’s policy makers have planned a large amount of budget on technology innovation and research on enzyme for 2006-2010, in order to improve comprehensiveness of China’s enzyme technologies and facilitate their applications. The increasing use of enzymes in industrial sectors can bring a lot of benefits, including social, environmental and economical benefits around the world. Sales value of enzyme in China has reached to USD XX billion, showing a big increase from USD XX billion in XX. Character of CCM' Report: The aim of this report is to provide powerful assistance to the strategy group and the management team in making correct decision as how to penetrate the ever-increasing China market and how to catch the maximum commercial opportunities. The report is formulated independently by CCM’s professional market researchers, based on the first-hand and primary data which are analyzed by scientific methodology, confirmed with both manufacturers/end users/traders and legal authorities, and presented in a logic way. Sample pages: Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 6. ……………. I-3 Development characteristics of Chinese enzyme industry in the past Apart from the rapidly increasing output and rich breeds, China’s enzyme industry also presented some other characters in the past, e.g. technology level kept being improved; application developed to extend and depth; meanwhile, some obvious disadvantages existed. Technology level improved much China’s enzyme industry has improved its production technologies such as air isolation filtration technology, fermentation automatization technology, ultrafiltration membrane post-processing technology, asepsis technology, conservation technology in past thirty years. By increasing investments in technology innovation, China’s enzyme industry has gradually made the following achievements: Varieties and specification of enzyme products have turned to be diversiform; …………… II Overview of enzyme preparations markets in China China is one the most important enzyme suppliers and consumers around the world. Sales value of enzyme in China has reached to USD XX billion, showing a big increase from USD XX billion in XX. Total output of Chinese enzyme has increased to XX tonnes in XX from XX tonnes in XX. It is obvious that increasing use of enzymes in industrial sectors can bring a lot of benefits, including social, environmental and economical benefits around the world. However, given the volatile and vulnerable economic situation resulting from global economic slowdown since H2 XX, Chinese enzyme industry experienced unstable and downward development in XX with the market uncertainty still unfolding currently. ………….. III-1.6 Non-starch polysaccharides enzymes (NSP enzymes) NSP enzymes mainly includes: xylanase, β-glucanase, cellulase, etc. Its main effect is to hydrolyze NSP, which enwraps the nutrition and inhibits the absorption by animal. NSP enzymes are generally compound enzymes. The main kinds include: Enzymes with main components of acidic protease and α-amylase; Enzymes with main components of xylanase and β-glucannase; Enzymes with main components of cellulase and pectinase; Enzymes with main components of some enzymes mentioned above;
  • 7. ………….. V-2 Research situation of technologies in China (in the past, current progress) Research institute with government’s strong financial support plays the most important role in development of cutting-edge technologies in Chinese enzyme preparation market. The National High-tech R&D Program (863 Program), has been carried out since XX, is the most important research program for enzyme industry. Issuance of 863 Program by China’s policy makers is mainly attributed to following factors: To meet global challenges from new technology revolution and competition; To develop key technologies for construction of China’s information infrastructure; …………. VI-1 Comparison between Chinese and foreign/foreign funded enterprises in China More than XX enzyme producers are engaged in enzyme business in China and foreign investors have been playing a more and more important role in Chinese enzyme market. With first joint venture named Jiangyin BSDZYME Bio-engineering Co., Ltd. established in XX in Jiangsu Province, around XX foreign investors have entered into Chinese enzyme industry. ………… VII-2.2 Market forecast: enzymes in major segments, 2010-1020 Market forecast on enzymes is made in XX major consumption segments to 2020. Based on these demand forecasts, the total demand of Chinese enzymes to 2020 is obtained. In the low, expected and high growth scenarios, the corresponding CAGR (2010-2014) of enzyme demand for these three scenarios is XX %, XX % and XX % separately, and the corresponding CAGR (2010-2020) of enzyme demand is XX %, XX % and XX % separately. …………….

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