DUBLIN, May 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global and China Activated Carbon Industry Report, 2016-2020" report to their offering.
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In 2015, global activated carbon capacity approximated 2.1 million tons (mainly distributed in China, the United States, Japan, and Europe), compared with total demand of only about 1.547 million tons, indicating a huge excess capacity across the entire industry and further capacity integration or elimination in the future.
As the world's largest producer of activated carbon, China's capacity and output of activated carbon reached roughly 900,000 tons and about 628,000 tons (up 6.6% year on year) respectively in 2015, with autilization of 69.8%. Driven by environmental protection and automobile industries, China's activated carbon industry will continue to grow steadily in the future at an output CAGR of around 7.4% during 2016-2020.
Besides satisfying domestic demand, about 1/3 of China-made activated carbon is exported. The country exported 251,000 tons of activated carbon, including 58,000 tons of wood-based activated carbon, mainly to Japan, Peru, and Indonesia, and 193,000 tons of other activated carbons, primarily to Japan, South Korea, and Belgium.
Water treatment and food & beverage are two application fields of activated carbon in China, together making up 60.2% of total demand in 2015, with the former mainly adopting granular activated carbon and the latter powdered activated carbon.
Major global activated carbon manufacturers include U.S. Calgon, Cabot, and Meadwestvaco, Japanese Kuraray and Osaka Gas, French CECA, and Chinese Fujian Yuanli Active Carbon, Datong Coal Mining Jinding Activated Carbon, and Shanxi Xinhua Chemical. Calgon is the world's largest activated carbon producer with a 21.2% global market share, Fujian Yuanli Active Carbon is the largest wood-based activated carbon maker in China, seizing about 21.7% of the Chinese wood-based activated carbon market, and Datong Coal Mining Jinding Activated Carbon is the country's largest coal-based activated carbon manufacturer, occupying 16.7% or so of the segment in China.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Overview of Activated Carbon Industry
2 Global Activated Carbon Industry
3 Activated Carbon Industry in China
4 Main Upstream Sectors of Activated Carbon
5 Main Applications of Activated Carbon
6. Leading Activated Carbon Companies Worldwide
7. Leading Wood-based Activated Carbon Enterprises in China
8. Major Coal-based Activated Carbon Enterprises in China
9 Summary and Forecast
- ChifengZhonglinZhongtian Chemical Industry
- Datong Coal Jinding Activated Carbon
- Datong Locomotive Coal
- Datong Municipal Yunguang Activated Carbon
- Fujian Xinsen Carbon
- Fujian Yuanli Active Carbon
- Fujian Zhixing Activated Carbon
- Golden Lake Carbon
- GuizhouQianmin Activated Carbon
- Hangzhou Hengxing Activated Carbon
- HuairenHuanyu Purification Materials
- Inner Mongolia Taixi Coal
- Jiangsu Zhuxi Activated Carbon
- Ningxia Guanghua-Cherishmet Activated Carbon
- Ningxia Huahui Activated Carbon
- Osaka Gas Chemicals Group
- QuzhouYunhe Carbon
- Shanghai Xingchang Activated Carbon
- Shanxi Huaqing Activated Carbon
- Shanxi Xinhua Chemical
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