This report is a value analysis of the inorganic fluoride industry in China, which covers the production, price, imports & exports, consumption of main inorganic fluoride products; besides, a future forecast on the development trend for these products will be analysed in this report.
China has become one of the largest countries of fluorine chemical production and consumption. At present, domestic inorganic fluoride industry is developing rapidly, and domestic high-end techniques for inorganic fluoride production are close to the international advanced level. However, many domestic manufacturers still produce low-end inorganic fluoride products. And some of the refined products, such as electronic grade fluoride, still rely on import.
At present, there is overcapacity in the inorganic fluoride industry. Capacity of low-end inorganic fluoride products continues to grow and low-level redundant construction is serious. Many enterprises suffer losses due to decrease in the price of low-end inorganic fluorine products and the intensified competition among enterprises. Cutting excessive capacity is an arduous task. Take anhydrous hydrogen fluoride as an example:
Anhydrous hydrogen fluoride is widely used in atomic energy, chemical industry, petroleum and other industries. From 2011 to 2016, China's capacity of AHF increased at a CAGR of 7.91% and the capacity utilization rate was only 55% in 2016. In recent years, the excessive investment in AHF industry led to excess supply. Thus, many AHF producers in China have advocated cutting excessive capacity to reduce AHF overcapacity. It is estimated that the capacity of AHF will be reduced, and the capacity utilization rate of AHF will increase in the near future.
- Do-Fluoride Chemicals Co. Ltd.
- Hunan Nonferrous Fluoride Chemical Group
- Yingpeng Group Ltd.
- Zhejiang Kaiheng Electronic Materials Co. Ltd
- Zhejiang Sanmei Chemical Co. Ltd.
Key Topics Covered
1 Brief Introduction to Inorganic Fluoride
2 Production and Market Situation of Major Products
2.1 Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride (AHF)
2.2 Aluminum Fluoride
2.4 Lithium Hexafluorophosphate
3 Development Trend
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