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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 ...

"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 million was contributed by modified starch consumption. With various characteristics and functions, modified starch is widely applied in industries such as papermaking, food processing and textile in China.

As for price, China's starch price is mainly influenced by raw material price, supply & demand situation and technology innovation. How are such factors affecting China’s starch industry? You will find answers in the report.

Raw material cost constitutes the major proportion in starch manufacturing cost. In China, production cost of cassava starch is lower than that of corn starch, with USD333.16/t and respectively. However, native cassava starch only accounts for 3.13% share in domestic native starch market. In the USD340.34/t for corn starch, the cost of corn was USD308.01/t, accounting for 90.56% of the total cost, what cause this situation?

In recent two years, Chinese starch supply has surpassed domestic demand. As for international trade, export of native starch is increasing, while import is decreasing. But the situation is different for modified starches. Which kinds of native starch and modified starch have sufficient supply and which kinds are in demand?

Starch production technology mainly includes dry method and wet method, and wet method is widely adopted in recent years. However, it causes serious pollution like large volume of waste water. Has any technology innovation achieved in recent years?

 What is covered in this report

- An overview for current market of corn starch, cassava starch, potato starch and wheat starch, as well as starch derivatives in China, with focus on statistics of capacity, output, import & export, supply & demand, major manufactures, future trend, etc.
- Outlook for starch raw material supply & demand
- Balance in starch industry, from raw materials to end use markets/products
- Competitiveness of Chinese starch and fermentation products in domestic and export markets, and impact of raw material supply on starch industry
- Foreign investment in China’s starch industry
- Future development trend of China’s starch industry

 What can you benefit from the report?

From this report, you can obtain the latest info on China’s and the world’s starch industry, thus obtaining business intelligence before involving in the competition and grasping commercial opportunities. Besides, you can also know your competitors and their activities in China. A clear picture for competitive landscape of China’s starch industry is provided. With the in-depth analysis on drivers and barriers of starch development, you may find out where China’s starch market will go next.
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    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Future of Starches in China The First Edition Researched & Prepared by: Guangzhou CCM Information Science and Technology Co., Ltd Guangzhou, P. R. China 2010 Copyright by Guangzhou CCM Information Science and 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: +86-20-3876-6968 Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • 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 million was contributed by modified starch consumption. With various characteristics and functions, modified starch is widely applied in industries such as papermaking, food processing and textile in China. As for price, China's starch price is mainly influenced by raw material price, supply & demand situation and technology innovation. How are such factors affecting China’s starch industry? You will find answers in the report. Raw material cost constitutes the major proportion in starch manufacturing cost. In China, production cost of cassava starch is lower than that of corn starch, with USD333.16/t and respectively. However, native cassava starch only accounts for 3.13% share in domestic native starch market. In the USD340.34/t for corn starch, the cost of corn was USD308.01/t, accounting for 90.56% of the total cost, what cause this situation? In recent two years, Chinese starch supply has surpassed domestic demand. As for international trade, export of native starch is increasing, while import is decreasing. But the situation is different for modified starches. Which kinds of native starch and modified starch have sufficient supply and which kinds are in demand? Starch production technology mainly includes dry method and wet method, and wet method is widely adopted in recent years. However, it causes serious pollution like large volume of waste water. Has any technology innovation achieved in recent years? What is covered in this report - An overview for current market of corn starch, cassava starch, potato starch and wheat starch, as well as starch derivatives in China, with focus on statistics of capacity, output, import & export, supply & demand, major manufactures, future trend, etc. - Outlook for starch raw material supply & demand - Balance in starch industry, from raw materials to end use markets/products - Competitiveness of Chinese starch and fermentation products in domestic and export markets, and impact of raw material supply on starch industry - Foreign investment in China’s starch industry Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence - Future development trend of China’s starch industry What can you benefit from the report? From this report, you can obtain the latest info on China’s and the world’s starch industry, thus obtaining business intelligence before involving in the competition and grasping commercial opportunities. Besides, you can also know your competitors and their activities in China. A clear picture for competitive landscape of China’s starch industry is provided. With the in-depth analysis on drivers and barriers of starch development, you may find out where China’s starch market will go next. Main content: No. Content Page Executive summary 1 Methodology, source and definition 3 I Introduction to native starch and modified starch 5 I-1 Classification and introduction of/to native starch and modified starch 5 I-2 Introduction to starch in the world 7 I-3 Overview of China’s starch industry 8 II Governmental policies 10 II-1 Governmental policies on feedstock 10 II-2 Financial and tax policies 11 II-3 Environmental regulations 12 II-4 Industry standard 15 III Native starch production in China 16 III-1 Characteristic of native starch production in China 16 III-2 Introduction to raw materials for native starch production 19 III-2.1 Corn 19 III-2.1.1 Overview of corn supply, consumption 19 III-2.1.2 Principal local market quotations and trade prices 21 III-2.1.3 Corn products 23 III-2.1.4 Mass balance of corn and corn products 25 III-2.2 Cassava 27 III-2.3 Potatoes 30 III-2.4 Others 34 III-2.4.1 Wheat 34 III-2.4.2 Sweet potato 38 III-3 Corn starch 40 III-3.1 Output and capacity development 40 III-3.2 Key players 41 III-3.3 Principal local quotations and trade prices 50 III-3.4 Manufacturing cost structure 51 III-3.5 Investment discussion 52 III-4 Cassava starch 53 III-5 Potato starch 58 Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence III-6 Wheat starch 65 III-7 Other native starch 69 III-7.1 Sweet potato starch 69 III-8 Forecast on production to next 5-10 years 72 IV Starch derivatives in China 76 IV-1 Modified starch in China 76 IV-1.1 Modified starch production 76 Production and capacity development 76 Producers of modified starch 79 Price change of modified starch 85 Technology brief and manufacturing cost structure 86 IV-1.2 Consumption of modified starch 88 IV-1.3 Forecast on modified starch to next 5~10 years 89 IV-2 Ethanol 91 IV-2.1 Fuel ethanol 91 IV-2.2 Edible ethanol 95 IV-3 Organic acids 97 IV-3.1 Citric acid 97 IV-3.2 Lactic acid 100 IV-4 Amino acids (lysine, MSG, etc.) 106 IV-4.1 Lysince 106 IV-4.2 MSG (Monosodium Glutamine) 109 IV-5 Vitamins 114 IV-5.1 Vitamin C 114 IV-5.2 Vitamin B 119 IV-6 Starch sugar 123 IV-6.1 Glucose 123 IV-6.2 Malt syrup 126 IV-6.3 Maltodextrin 129 IV-6.4 HFCS 132 IV-7 Sugar alcohols 134 IV-7.1 Sorbitol 134 IV-7.2 Mannit 140 IV-7.3 Maltitol 142 IV-8 Enzyme preparations 144 IV-8.1 α-Amylase 144 IV-8.2 Gluco-amylase 149 IV-8.3 Lipase 153 IV-8.4 Pectinase 157 IV-9 Anti-biotics 160 V Native starch consumption and end-use segments 163 Summary 163 V-1 Characteristic of native starch consumption in China 164 V-2 Consumption structure of native starch in China 166 Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence V-3 Consumption in food processing 167 V-4 Consumption in papermaking 168 V-5 Consumption in beverages 169 V-6 Consumption in other industries 169 V-7 Forecast on demand to next 5~10 years 170 VI Import and export analysis of corn and starch 171 VI-1 Corn 171 VI-1.1 Historical situation 171 VI-1.2 Current situation 171 VI-1.3 Future trend 172 VI-2 Starch 173 VI-2.1 Native starch 173 VI-2.1.1 Import analysis 173 VI-2.1.1 Export analysis 177 VI-2.2 Modified starch 183 VI-2.2.1 Import analysis 183 VI-2.2.2 Export analysis 185 VII Mass balance of native starch and supply-demand situation 187 VII-1 Mass balance of native starch in China 187 VII-2 Analysis of supply-demand of starch in next 5~10 years 188 VII-3 Analysis of supply-demand situation of corn in next 5~10 years 190 Competitiveness of Chinese starch and its derivatives (in domestic and VIII 191 overseas markets) VIII-1 Pricing and manufacturing cost 191 VIII-2 Raw materials 193 VIII-3 Technology innovation 195 VIII-3.1 Foreign technology situation in starch industry 195 VIII-3.2 Chinese technology innovation in starch industry 197 IX Foreign involvements in starch industry of China 201 IX-1 Foreign involvements situation in Chinese starch industry 201 IX-2 Policy for foreign involvements 205 X Commercial opportunities and conclusion 207 X-1 Commercial opportunities 207 X-2 Conclusion 208 XI Profiles of key manufacturers 209 XI-1 Native starch manufacturers 209 XI-2 Modified starch manufacturers 229 Executive summary: China is the second largest starch producer in the world, only next to the U.S., with total starch output of XX million tonnes in XX. China’s starch industry has developed fast in recent years with strong governmental support. Owing to overcapacity in starch industry, starch producers have been facing intense competition in last few years. Price of starch is mainly determined by manufacturing cost in China. Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Native starch industry plays a key role in development of the whole starch industry, as it is crucial in guaranteeing downstream production like modified starch and related derivatives. Domestic raw material supply can meet the demand from native starch production except cassava, which is a strong support for improving the competitiveness of China’s native starch industry. Native starch deep processing industry is the most important end user of native starch in China, consuming XX million tonnes of native starch in XX. Besides, native starch is also used in other downstream industries such as food processing, papermaking and beverage. With abundant raw material supply and lower manufacturing cost, corn starch has become the most important native starch variety in China. The corn starch output had jumped to XX million tonnes in XX from XX million tonnes in XX, with CAGR of XX%. With stricter environmental protection requirement, small scale manufacturers with little investment in environmental protection have been gradually phased out. Owing to low price and cheap transportation cost, China’s corn starch is quite competitive in Eastern Asia and Southeast Asia. Other native starch varieties, such as cassava starch, potato starch and wheat starch, have much smaller market than corn starch due to various reasons. Potato starch has the second largest output among all native starches in China in XX, accounting for XX% of total native starch output. China has to import a large volume of cassava and cassava starch from Thailand and Vietnam every year to meet domestic demand. Wheat starch has the fourth largest output among all native starches in China, accounting for XX% of total native starch output. China has become the second largest modified starch production base in the world, following the U.S. With increasing demand in China, output of modified starch in China reached XX million tonnes in XX. Corn modified starch takes up the largest proportion in modified starch industry in China, XX% in XX, mainly thanks to abundant raw material supply and lower manufacturing cost. Although state-owned modified starch producers still dominate domestic market, more and more foreign investment has stretched to the market in recent years. Global financial crisis has hit the downstream industries such as papermaking and textile industry, causing price drop of modified starch in China since Q3 XX. Papermaking, food and textile are the most important downstream industries of modified starch, accounting for XX% of total consumption volume in XX. In XX-XX, China’s import volume of modified starch was larger than the export volume. 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
    • ……… I-3 Overview of China’s starch industry - Overview China is very important to global starch development, since China is the second largest native and modified starch producer in the world, following U.S. There are many kinds of native starches and modified starches in China. As to native starch, the major products are corn starch, potato starch, cassava starch, wheat starch. As to modified starch, according to different raw materials, major products are corn modified starch, potato modified starch and cassava modified starch. Table I-3.1 Output of different kinds of starch in China, 2004-2008 Year Corn starch Cassava starch Potato starch Wheat starch Modified starch Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Dx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Xx Source: CCM International - Current situation Native starch China is the second largest starch producing country in the world, next only to the U.S. In 2008 the output volume of native starch was xx million tonnes. The major starches in China are corn starch, potato starch, cassava starch, wheat starch, and rice starch. Among them, the most important is corn starch, accounting for Xx% of the total native starch output by volume. China’s corn starch is exported to many countries, but potato starch and cassava starch depend much on importing. ……….. III-3.4 Manufacturing cost structure Manufacturing cost structure of corn starch includes following factors: Variable cost √ Corn √ Water √ Electricity √ Labor
    • Fixed cost √ Depreciation √ Maintenance √ Waste treatment √ Management fee Manufacturing cost has differences in different areas. Even the charge of water and electricity varies among different regions. Since Shandong is biggest production province of corn starch in China, the representative manufacturing cost structure in Shandong Province will be analyzed. Table III-3.4.1 Manufacturing cost structure of corn starch in Shandong, Oct. 2009 Unit Consumption for one tonne corn Items Unit price Unit cost (USD/t) starch Corn xx xx xx Water xx xx xx Variable cost Electricity xx xx xx Labor xx xx xx Depreciation xx Maintenance xx Fixed cost Waste treatment xx Other (Management fee, tax, etc.) xx Total cost xx Source: CCM International …………