Survey of Pesticide Industry in ChinaReport Details:Published:October 2012No. of Pages: 389Price: Single User License – US$10800China has been playing an important role in pesticide production in the world. It is the biggestpesticide production country currently, with pesticide output hitting 2.65 million tonnes (by 100%technical) in 2011, seeing over 10% CAGR in the past five years. Additionally, China is also ahuge pesticide consumption market with consumption volume reaching nearly 400,000 tonnes (by100% technical) in 2011, seeing around 5% CAGR during 2006-2011. However, there are alsomany problems existing in Chinas pesticide industry, such as overcapacity for most pesticidevarieties, few well-known brands and still serious pollution emission.China currently can produce 350 kinds of pesticide technical, which are usually patent-expiredones. Uncomplicated production technologies, mature production processes, stable marketdemand and raw material supply as well as easier registration approval are major reasons forsuch a large proportion of traditional pesticides in China.China’s pesticide R&D ability has been improved in recent years, which, however, is still weakcompared with developed countries, due to shortage in capital support and unreasonable R&Dsystem. In China, total annual R&D expense on pesticides by pesticide producers only accountsfor less than 2% of their annual sales value, much less than that of foreign giants.The registration number of traditional formulations of EC and WP still accounts over one half of thetotal formulation registration. But China’s general formulation production structure is underadjustment, as the proportion of environmentally friendly formulations such as WG, SC and EWare gradually increasing, with China’s adjuvant R&D level gradually heightening.China is adjusting pesticide industrial structure by issuing policies that are increasingly strict onenvironmental protection and entrance threshold for producers and product registrations, etc. Inaddition, industrial concentration keeps intensifying thanks to enterprises’ cooperation, mergers &acquisitions and reorganizations. For domestic large-scale companies, it is a good way to improvetheir competitiveness through effectively utilizing resources after M&A. In addition, with supportfrom Chinese government, MNCs will enjoy some preferential policies like lower land use cost,looser financing policies, simpler approval process, etc. in the process of M&A. However, for mostof domestic small-scale companies and those in bad financial situation, they may face mergenceor acquirement in the coming two or three years.This is the third edition report on Chinas pesticide industry finished by CCM. Presenting an in-depth analysis into China’s current pesticide market and future trends, this report attachesimportance to the following parts:
•Market analysis (supply, demand, etc.) of China’s pesticide industry•Influencing factors on current and future pesticide industry in China•More details of current major products in China, including capacity, output, key producer, consumption, price, technology, registration, etc.•SWOT analysis of 10 typical pesticide manufacturers•Competitive landscape analysis and future supply & demand forecast•Potential commercial opportunities for pesticide industry in ChinaGet your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/36789-survey-of-pesticide-industry-in-china.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of ContentsExecutive summary 1Definition, scope and methodology 41 Overview of China’s pesticide industry 91.1 Development history 91.2 Marked characteristics 101.3 Enterprise M&A 101.4 Market analysis 131.4.1 Supply and demand 131.4.2 Producers 201.4.3 Typical pesticides 222 Factors influencing on Chinese pesticide industry 242.1 Policy factor 242.1.1 Industrial policy for pesticide industry 252.1.2 Pesticide manufacturer approval policies 282.1.3 Pesticide registration administration policies 292.1.4 Sewage discharge regulations related to pesticides 312.2 Social environment 352.2.1 Characteristics of pesticide users 352.2.2 Urbanization 362.2.3 Controversial issues on safety of GM crops 362.3 Economic factors 372.4 Environmental/natural factors 392.4.1 Situation of crop cultivation (structure and area) 392.4.2 Situation of GM crops 402.4.3 Situation of non-tillage crops 432.4.4 Pest and disease occurrence and resistance 432.5 Technological factors 463 Market analysis of major insecticides in China 483.1 Overview of Chinese insecticides industry 483.2 Chlorpyrifos 50
3.3 Abamectin 643.4 Imidacloprid 743.5 Phoxim 843.6 Triazophos 903.7 Bifenthrin 963.8 Carbofuran 1033.9 Dichlorvos 1083.10 Trichlorfon 1163.11 Other insecticides 1213.11.1 Lambda-cyhalothrin 1213.11.2 Acephate 1293.11.3 Dimethoate 1364 Market analysis of major herbicides in China 1414.1 Overview of Chinese herbicides industry 1414.2 Glyphosate 1444.3 Acetochlor 1556.4 Paraquat 1644.5 2,4-D 1734.6 Atrazine 1844.7 Tribenuron-methyl 1914.8 Bensulfuron-methyl 1974.9 Metolachlor 2024.10 Pendimethalin 2104.11 Other herbicides 2164.11.1 Fenoxaprop-P-ethyl 2164.11.2 Quizalofop-P-ethyl 2214.11.3 Dicamba 2275 Market analysis of major fungicides in China 2335.1 Overview of Chinese fungicide industry 2335.2 Mancozeb 2355.3 Carbendazim 2425.4 Tebuconazole 2485.5 Thiophanate-methyl 2565.6 Triadimefon 2625.7 Difenoconazole 2685.8 Tricyclazole 2765.9 Isoprothiolane 2805.10 Chlorothalonil 2845.11 Other fungicides 2925.11.1 Prochloraz 2925.11.2 Dimethomorph 2985.11.3 Azoxystrobin 303
6 Competitive landscape and future supply/demand forecast 3116.1 Key competitiveness and weakness of Chinese pesticide industry in global market 3116.2 Key factors and driving forces for development of pesticide industry in China 3126.3 Future forecast on pesticide industry 2012-2016 3166.3.1 Introduction to forecast 3166.3.2 Forecast on insecticides 2012-2016 3176.3.3 Forecast on herbicides 2012-2016 3196.3.4 Forecast on fungicides 2012-2016 3217 SWOT analysis of 10 typical pesticide manufacturers 3248 Commercial opportunities in Chinese pesticide industry 3308.1 Benefits for foreign investors 3308.2 Preferred regions for agrochemicals 3318.3 Commercial opportunities 3359 Appendix: Profiles of key pesticide manufacturers 3379.1 Nanjing Redsun Co., Ltd. 3379.2 Zhejiang Wynca Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd. 3399.3 Jiangsu Yangnong Chemical Group Co., Ltd. 3429.4 Anhui Huaxing Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. 3449.5 Shandong Weifang Rainbow Chemical Co., Ltd. 3479.6 Zhejiang Jinfanda Bio-chemical Co., Ltd. 3519.7 Hubei Sanonda Co., Ltd. 3539.8 Nantong Jiangshan Agrochemical & Chemical Co., Ltd. 3559.9 Shandong Binnong Technology Co., Ltd. 3589.10 Jiangsu Changlong Chemical Co., Ltd. 3619.11 Jiangsu Fengshan Group Co., Ltd. 3639.12 Jiangsu Kwin Group Co., Ltd. 3669.13 Shandong Qiaochang Chemical Co., Ltd. 3689.14 Jiangsu Changqing Agrochemical Co., Ltd. 3709.15 Jiangsu Huifeng Agrochemical Co., Ltd. 3739.16 Hebei Veyong Bio-Chemical Co., Ltd. 3759.17 Hunan Haili Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. 3779.18 Jiangsu Good Harvest-Weien Agrochemical Co., Ltd. 3789.19 ZhongShan Chemical Industries Group 3799.20 Lier Chemical Co., Ltd. 3809.21 Anhui Guangxin Agrochemical Co., Ltd. 3829.22 Jiangsu Lanfeng Biochemical Co., Ltd. 3849.23 Limin Chemical Co., Ltd. 3869.24 Jiangsu Sevencontinent Green Chemical Co., Ltd. 387Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.