China's papermaking industry maintains the rapid growing trend in recent years. In 1999, total production of paper and paperboard in China was 29 million tons, while it increased to 93.83 million tons in 2009 with annual growth rate of 13.90% and 2.20 times increase over the 10 years. China's total paper and paperboard production in 2010 is estimated to be over 100 million tons.
Driven by macro economy which continues getting better in China, the expansion of China's papermaking industry, especially large enterprises, continues accelerating with vigorous growing trend of productivity. Due to lack of paper fiber resources, China's supply capacity can no longer meet the demand for productivity expansion, while fiber material becomes a bottleneck constraining the development of China's papermaking industry.
In 2009, the usage amount of wood pulp accounted for 23% of total raw materials; that of nonwood pulp accounted for 15%; and that of waste paper pulp was 62% in China's papermaking industry. In recent years, the proportion of wood pulp and waste paper pulp is on the rise, while that of nonwood pulp is declining.
Waste paper acts increasingly great role in supporting the development of China's papermaking industry. China's waste paper import volume grew from 2.52 million tons in 1999 to 27.50 million tons in 2009 with annual growth rate of 30.40% and 9.93 times increase over the 10 years. Since price is decided by supplydemand relationship, with the rapid growth of demand, price of imported waste paper shows a substantial increase. In 1999, price of imported waste paper was USD 97 per ton, while that was USD 138 per ton in 2009; that in 2008 reached average USD 230 per ton, and the maximum price was once up to USD 300 per ton. China's imported waste paper mainly comes from the U.S.A., Japan, Britain and other countries. In 2009, China imported 10.76 million tons of waste paper from the U.S.A., accounting for 39.10% of total import volume and ranking the first; 4.12 million tons, which ranked the second, were imported from Japan, accounting for 15%; Britain exported 2.81 million tons to China, accounting for 10.20% and ranking the third. Though importing a large amount of waste paper and wood pulp can relieve raw material deficiency, it also leads to excessive dependence on raw materials in foreign countries. In 2009, waste paper pulp calculated on imported wood pulp and imported waste paper accounted for 42% of total raw materials.
Currently, there are a large number of papermaking enterprises in China with low industry concentration. In 2010, about 10,000 papermaking enterprises and paper product enterprises obtained the annual individual sales revenue of over CNY 5 million, among which nearly 4,000 papermaking enterprises gained annual individual production of less than 30,000 tons, greatly lagging behind the average level of counterparties of advanced countries in the world. Among those papermaking enterprises in China with huge production in 2009, only 6 enterprises possessed individual production exceeding 2 million tons, 8 enterprises' individual production exceeded 1 million tons, and 16 enterprises' individual production was over 500,000 tons.
At present, China's paper export volume only accounts for 1/30 of total production. Due to environmental protection, domestic demand guarantee and other reasons, it is not advocated to export a large amount of paper in China, while meeting domestic demand should be given priority to. Hence, different from other industries, tax rebate for paper export is not supported in China, waste paper processing trade is constrained, and the Chinese government gives no subsidy to the papermaking industry.
Most large paper industry companies in the world realize forestpulppaper integration, while Chinese paper industry companies hardly form their forestpaper industry, whose quality paper fiber depends on import. Their raw material costs are heavily influenced by external factors, directly leading to unstable business performance and profit decline. As China's papermaking industry develops rapidly, fiber material supply deficiency has become a serious bottleneck influencing the development of China's papermaking industry. In the near future, papermaking material deficiency in China is likely to become the most serious problem.
Besides, four bottlenecks constraining China's papermaking industry and new problems are gradually becoming obvious. Firstly, excessive regional concentration leads to resource deficiency. Secondly, due to irrational product structure, market demand can be hardly met. Thirdly, backward papermaking machinery restricts product improvement. Fourthly, the industry creates serious pollution and faces enormous pressure of environmental protection.
With the development of Chinese economy and the improvement of people's living standard, in the next 510 years, demand for paper products in Chinese market will maintain a rapid growth. Many investment opportunities exist in China's papermaking industry, which is predicted to attract numerous investors to enter.
Through this report, readers can acquire more following information:
- Overview of China's papermaking industry
- Production and demand of China's papermaking industry
- Market competition in China's papermaking industry
- Import and export of China's papermaking industry
- Major enterprises of China's papermaking industry and their operations
- Development status of “forestpulppaper integration” in China
- Raw material status of China's papermaking industry
- Prediction on development of China's papermaking industry
Following people are suggested to buy this report:
- Papermaking enterprises
- Paper product traders
- Related enterprises of papermaking industry chain
- Investors concerned about China's papermaking industry
- Research institutions concerned about China's papermaking industry
Table Of Content
1 Analysis on Development Environment of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2012
1.1 Economic Environment Home and Abroad
1.2 Governmental Policy Environment
1.2.1 Industrial Policy
1.2.2 Environmental Protection Policy
1.2.3 Policy Development Trend
1.3 Social Environment2 Operations of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
2.1 Comprehensive Analysis on China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
2.1.1 Market Pattern of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
2.1.2 Analysis on Dependence of China on Imported Paper Pulp, 2009-2010
2.2 Supply and Demand of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
2.2.1 Overall Production and Consumption
2.2.2 Product Structure Analysis
2.2.3 Industry Investment
2.3 Analysis on Existing Problems in China's Papermaking Industry
2.4 Influence of Anti-dumping on China's Papermaking Industry3 Development of Sub-industries of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
3.1 Overall Analysis on Market
3.2 Production and Marketing Situation of China's Papermaking Industry
3.2.1 Commercial Pulp
3.2.2 Newsprint Paper
3.2.3 Art Paper
3.2.4 Household Paper
3.2.5 Book Printing Paper
3.2.6 Packaging Paper and Paperboard
3.3 Introduction of Major Brands in China's Papermaking Industry4 Analysis on Production and Sales Volume of Paper Products in China, 2009-2010
4.1 Analysis on Production and Sales Volume of Newsprint Paper
4.2 Analysis on Production and Sales Volume of Uncoated Printing and Writing Paper
4.3 Analysis on Production and Sales Volume of Coated Paper
4.4 Household Paper
4.5 Packaging Paper
4.6 White Paperboard
4.8 Corrugating Paper
4.9 Special Paper and Paperboard
4.10 Analysis on Import and Export Statistics of Paper Products in China, 2009-2010
4.10.1 Newsprint Paper
4.10.2 Uncoated Printing and Writing Paper
4.10.3 Coated Paper
4.10.4 Household Paper
4.10.5 Packaging Paper
4.10.6 White Paperboard
4.10.8 Corrugating Paper
4.10.9 Special Paper and Paperboard5 Analysis on Regional Markets of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
5.1 Shandong Province
5.1.1 Analysis on Shandong Papermaking Industry
5.1.2 Analysis on Characteristics of Shandong Papermaking Industry
5.1.3 Major Manufacturers of Shandong Papermaking Industry
5.1.4 Prediction on Development Trend of Shandong Papermaking Industry
5.2 Jiangsu Province
5.3 Zhejiang Province
5.4 Guangdong Province6 Analysis on Competition Pattern of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2012
6.1 Integration of Papermaking Industry Accelerates and Industry Concentration Expected to Upgrade
6.1.1 Policies for Environmental Protection and Papermaking industry Conductive to Industry Concentration Upgrade
6.1.2 Analysis on M&A Status in China's Papermaking Industry
6.2 Analysis on Competition in China's Papermaking Industry
6.3 Analysis on Competition Trend of China's Papermaking Industry
7 Analysis on Important Enterprises of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2010
7.1 Huatai Group
7.1.1 Corporate Profile
7.1.3 Development Plans and Strategies
7.2 Shandong Sun Paper Industry Joint Stock Co., Ltd.
7.3 Jindong Paper Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd.
7.4 Shandong Bohui Paper Group Co., Ltd.
7.5 Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings Ltd.
7.6 Shandong Tralin Paper Co., Ltd.
7.7 Shandong (Linqing) Yinhe Paper Group Co., Ltd.
7.8 Hunan Tiger Forest & Paper Group Co., Ltd.
7.9 Dongguan Jiulong Paper Industry Co., Ltd.
7.10 Upm-Kymmene (Changshu) Paper Industry Co., Ltd.
8 Analysis on Supply of Raw Materials of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009-2012
8.1 Analysis on Raw Material Structure of China's Papermaking Industry
8.1.1 Paper Pulp Consumption
8.1.2 Paper Pulp Structure Analysis
8.2 Analysis on Supply of Wood Pulp
8.2.1 China's Domestic Wood Pulp Supply and Demand
8.2.2 Analysis on Global Wood Pulp Supply and Demand
8.2.3 Analysis on Development Prospect of Forest-Pulp-Paper Integration
8.3 Analysis on Global Waste Paper Supply
8.3.1 Analysis on Global Waste Paper Trade
8.3.2 China's Domestic Waste Paper Supply and Demand
8.3.3 Analysis on Prospects of China's Waste Paper Supply and Demand9 Prediction on Development of China's Papermaking Industry, 2011-2012
9.1 Prediction on Market Scale of China's Papermaking Industry, 2011-2012
9.1.1 Prediction on Production and Demand of China's Papermaking Industry, 2011-2012
9.1.2 Analysis on Raw Material Demand of China's Papermaking Industry, 2011-2012
9.2 Prediction on Investment Opportunities of China's Papermaking Industry
9.3 Development Recommendations for China's Papermaking Industry
List Of Figures
List Of Tables
Chart Production and Consumption of Paper and Paperboard in China, 2003-2010
Chart Production and Consumption Structure of China's Paper Products, 2009-2010
Chart Production and Consumption of China's Newsprint Paper, 2003-2010
Chart Production and Consumption of Uncoated Printing and Writing Paper in China, 2003-2010
Chart Production and Consumption of China's Coated Paper, 2003-2010
Chart Production and Consumption of China's Boxboard, 2003-2010
Chart Top 20 Enterprises with Most Production of China's Papermaking Industry, 2009
Chart Import of Paper Pulp, Waste Paper, Paper, Paperboard and Paper Products in China, 2005-2010
Chart Major Export Regions for China's Paper and Paperboard, 2010
Chart Import Volume and Export Volume of China's Newsprint Paper, 2005-2010
Chart New Added Production Capacity of China's Boxboard Industry, 2009-2010
Chart Operations of Shandong Sun Paper Industry Joint Stock Co., Ltd., 2005-2010
Chart Operations of Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings Ltd., 2005-2010
Chart Prediction on Total Production of Paper and Paperboard in China, 2011-2015
Chart Prediction on Paper Pulp Demand of China's Papermaking Industry, 2011-2015