China’s Fertilizer Industry and Investment Analysis Report(2017-2018)

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Brief Introduction:

Based on 20 years of accumulative industrial data such as a continuous track on industrial changes and in-depth research, BOABC offers a valuable fertilizer industry and investment analysis report. On the one hand, China’s fertilizer industry saw anti-driving factors such as overcapacity, a plan of zero growth in use of fertilizer, environmental pressure and a drop in industry profitability; on the other hand, along with diversified demands on fertilizer supply and service resulting from prominent scaled agriculture and emerging new-type operators, etc., transformation and upgrading become inevitable choices for fertilizer industry. So China’s fertilizer industry is facing both serious problems and new development opportunities. On the one hand, China’s fertilizer industry is facing serious situations. (1) Owing to serious oversupply, cutting excessive capacity has been a consensus. Currently, domestic fertilizer capacity has reached 200 million MT (product). Along with N-fertilizer overcapacity at 40% and P-fertilizer overcapacity at 60%, as well as compound fertilizer overcapacity, cutting overcapacity has become a consensus. (2) Due to fierce competition, profitability dropped. Influenced by overcapacity and a weak demand from agriculture, profit margins of fertilizer industry was gradually being narrowed, and the profits dropped. For example: N-fertilizer industry has fallen into loss for three consecutive years, and the loss reached 10 billion RMB, so some backward capacity is being eliminated or upgraded. Along with the pressure from policies, reducing the use of fertilizer has become inevitable. Along with strengthening environmental regulation, a plan of zero increase in use of fertilizer, the action of organic fertilizer for fruits, vegetables and leaf tree instead of fertilizer and the cancellation of preferential policies for powder, natural gas and transportation, especially zero growth in use of fertilizer in Shandong and Henan has realized initially and would have achieved nationwide by 2020, reducing the use of fertilizer has become inevitable. On the other hand, fertilizer industry is facing new development opportunities. (1) Land is intensively circulated, new-type operating entities are growing stronger and stronger, and intensive operation is prominent. Currently, the areas of land circulation have approached to 500 million mu, accounting for 1/3 of the total areas for contract land; along with increasing intensification of planting, the demands on fertilizer supply, service, etc., are increasingly diversified. (2) The structure of fertilizer demand is changing and the consumption is being upgraded. The consumption of agricultural products is shifting from quantity to quality; along with changing planting structure, the areas of cash crops are gradually expanding, and the nutrients for crops are paid more, which provides more opportunities for new-type fertilizer industry. This report does deep analysis on developmental trends of 2017 fertilizer industry, dissects operating, transformation and upgrading modes of key companies, and sums up investment trends of domestic companies and capital, in order to provide accurate operating trends, the opportunities of transformation and upgrading and future investment trends to the players involving in fertilizer industry.

Table of Contents:

Research Background
Part One Forecast and Analysis on Fertilizer Market in 2017-2018
1 Analysis on the Development Environment and Policy of Fertilizer Industry in 2017
1.1 Analysis on the Macro Environment of Agriculture.
1.1.1 A Drop in Agricultural Product Prices Influenced Fertilizer Market
1.1.2 Planting Structure Adjustment Affected National Fertilizer Consumption
1.1.2.1 Regional Concentration of Crops
1.1.2.2 A Cut-down in Staple Grain Planting Areas
1.1.2.2 Rice Planting Areas will be Reduced by 10 Million Mu in 2018
1.1.3 Changes in Scaled Business Entities Transformed Sales Models of Fertilizer Companies
1.1.4 Scaled Production and Operation Changed the Modes of Fertilization
1.2 Technical Level and Technology of Industry
1.2.1 6 New Standards for New-Type Fertilizers were Officially Implemented
1.2.2 More Indexes in Pollution Discharge Limit of Air Pollutants from Fertilizer Production
1.3 Analysis on Industry Policies in 2017
1.3.1 Fertilizer VAT Rate Decreased to 11% from 13%, and Tax Reduction was 15 Billion RMB
1.3.2 The Ministry of Agriculture Required to Build up Credit Files about Producers and Business Entities of Agricultural Materials and Agricultural Products
1.3.3 Organic Fertilizer Substitution for Fertilizer Leads to An Increase in Planting Costs of Fruits, Vegetables and Tea Plants, Slowing Their Promotion
1.3.4 Environmental Taxation Reform Policy Would Improve Operating Costs of Fertilizer Companies
1.3.5 Environmental Policy was the Main Reason for a Great Increase in Fertilizer Prices in 2017
1.3.6 New Tariff Policy Won’t Bring Down the Decreasing Trend of Fertilizer Exports in 2017
1.3.7 Owing to a Reduction in Export Tariffs for NPK, Exports Would Increase Greatly
2 Analysis and Forecast on Upsteam Sectors of Fertilizer in 2017-2018
2.1 Coal Market Analysis in 2017
2.1.1 2017 Raw Coal Output Stood at 3.45 Billion MT, up 3.2% from 2016
2.1.2 Growth in Coal Imports Slowed Up, but There was Still Some Rigid Demand in the Domestic
2.1.3 Anthracite Prices Dropped Greatly
2.1.4 150 Million MT of Coal Capacity Would be Cut Down in 2018, and the Prices Still Would Maintain at a High Level
2.2 Ammonia Market Analysis in 2017
2.2.1 2017 Ammonia Output Was 48.833 Million MT, a Record Low
2.2.2 Ammonia Imports Increased by 75.6% Greatly
2.2.3 Average Price of Ammonia Maintained at a High Level, up 10.76% Year on Year
2.2.4 2018 Ammonia Output Would Continue to Reduce, and the Prices Still Would Maintain at a High Level
2.3 Hosphorite Market Analysis in 2017
2.3.1 Phosphate Rock Output was Up 2.4% Year on Year
2.3.2 Phosphate Rock Exports Rebounded Greatly, up 100.2% Year on Year
2.3.3 Average Price of Phosphate Rock in the First Three Quarters was Low, and It Ascended Greatly in the Fourth Quarter
2.3.4 2018 Phosphate Rock Output Would Reduce, Exports Would Ascend and Prices Would Maintain at a High Level
2.4 Analysis on Sulfur and Sulfuric Acid Market in 2017
2.4.1 2017 Sulfuric Acid Output Recorded 91.723 Million MT, up 4% Year on Year
2.4.2 Sulfur Imports Recorded 11.236 Million MT, With a Slight Year-on-Year Decline
2.4.3 Sulfur Prices Descended Greatly
2.4.4 2018 Sulfuric Acid Output Would be 90 Million MT, and the Imports Would Rebound to 12 Million MT
3 Forecast and Analysis on Nitrogen Fertilizer Market, 2017-2018
3.1 Thanks to a Fall in N-fertilizer Production, Overproduction was Relieved in 2017
3.1.1 2017 N-Fertilizer Output Decreased by 12.5% Year on Year, and Urea Output was Down 15.5% Year on Year
3.1.2 N-Fertilizer Production is Mainly Distributed in Henan, Hubei and Shanxi, and Urea Production is Mainly Located in Shanxi and Henan
3.1.3 Urea Companies’ Capacity Reduced Obviously, and Commissioning of Newly-Added Capacity was Delayed
3.2 A Slight Decrease of N-Fertilizer Consumption
3.2.1 Consumption of N-Fertilizer
3.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Province
3.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Crop Variety
3.2.2 Consumption of Urea
3.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of Urea by Province
3.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of Urea by Crop Variety
3.3 Export Volume of Main N-Fertilizer Products Dropped and Price Increased in 2017
3.3.1 Urea Export Volume Dropped and Price Increased
3.3.1.1 Urea Export Volume Decreased Greatly to 4.65 Million MT
3.3.1.2 Urea Exports to India Decreased by 52.2%
3.3.1.3 Average Export Price of Urea up 10.2% Year on Year
3.3.1.4 Main Urea Exporters: CNAMPGC Holding and Linggu Chemical
3.3.2 Ammonium Chloride Export Volume and Price Both Increased
3.3.2.1 Ammonium Chloride Export Volume Hit a Record High, up 14.1% Year on Year
3.3.2.2 Main Countries of Destination: Malaysia and Vietnam
3.3.2.3 Average Export Price of Ammonium Chloride Showed V-Shaped Trend
3.3.2.4 Main Ammonium Chloride Exporters: Lianyunfang Meixin Chemical and Fujian Agricultural Materials Xiamen Co., Ltd.
3.3.3 Trade of Other N-Fertilizer Products
3.3.3.1 Ammonium Sulfate Exports Fell to 4.65 Million MT
3.3.3.2 Ammonium Nitrate Exports Decreased Greatly to 203,000 MT
3.4 Changes in Urea Prices and Production Margins in 2018
3.4.1 Urea Prices up 21.7% Year on Year
3.4.2 Urea Production Turned a Loss into Large Profits
3.5 N-Fertilizer Supply-Demand Balance and Forecast in 2018
3.5.1 2018 N-fertilizer and Urea Capacity and Output Both Would Continue to Drop Slightly
3.5.2 2018 N-Fertilizer and Urea Consumption Would Go down Slightly
3.5.3 N-Fertilizer Exports Would Go Down Slightly
3.5.4 N-Fertilizer Prices and Production Margins Would Go up
4 Analysis and Forecast on P-Fertilizer Sector in 2017 and 2018
4.1 A slight Decline in P-Fertilizer Production in 2017
4.1.1 P-Fertilizer Output Down 3.4% Year on Year
4.1.2 P-Fertilizer Production Mainly in Hubei, Guizhou, Sichuan and Yunnan Where Phosphate Rock Resource is Rich
4.1.3 2017 P-Fertilizer Capacity Ascended Slightly, and the Companies Reduced and Stopped Production
4.2 A Slight Decrease of P-Fertilizer Consumption
4.2.1 Consumption of P-Fertilizer
4.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Province
4.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Crop Variety
4.2.2 Consumption of DAP
4.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of DAP by Province
4.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of DAP by Crop Variety
4.3 Exports of Main P-Fertilizer Products in 2017 Hit a Record Low, and Export Price Reduced Greatly
4.3.1 DAP Export Volume Decreased and Export Price Ascended
4.3.1.1 DAP Export Volume down 5.8% Year on Year
4.3.1.2 India Still was the Biggest Country of Destination of China’s DAP Exports
4.3.1.3 Average Export Price of DAP was Up 40 US Dollars/MT From That in Early 2017
4.3.1.4 Main DAP Exporters: Guizhou Kailin Chemical and Yunnan Hongxiang Chemical
4.3.2 MAP Export Volume Increased and Export Price Stabilitized
4.3.2.1 MAP Export Volume up 33.8% Year on Year
4.3.2.2 MAP Exports Mainly to Brazil and Australia
4.3.2.3 Average Export Price of MAP Was Almost the Same as that of 2016
4.3.2.4 Main DAP Exporters: Hubei Xiangyun Chemical, Yunnan Hongxiang Chemical and Yunnan Yuntianhua.
4.3.3 Trade of Other P-Fertilize Products
4.3.3.1 SSP Exports Increased by 6.4% Year on Year
4.3.3.2 TSP Exports up 46.9% Year on Year
4.4 Changes in Market and Production Margins of Ammonium Phosphate in 2017
4.4.1 MAP Prices in the Fourth Quarter Rose Greatly, and the Producer Turned a Loss into a Profit
4.4.1.1 MAP Prices in the Fourth Quarter Ascended Greatly
4.4.1.2 MAP Producers Fell into a Loss in the First Ten Months of 2017, and Then Rebounded Greatly
4.4.2 DAP Prices Maintained at a Low Level, and the Producers Had Meager Profits
4.4.2.1 DAP Prices Showed the Stabilization-Down Trend
4.4.2.2 Average Production Margin of DPA Was in a Deficit
4.5 P-Fertilizer Market Forecast in 2018
4.5.1 P-Fertilizer Output Would Go Down to 17.5 Million MT
4.5.2 P-Fertilizer Consumption Would Increase Slightly to 15.3 Million MT
4.5.3 P-Fertilizer Exports Would Continue to Reduce, and Export Prices Would Maintain at a Low Level
4.5.4 P-Fertilizer Prices and Production Margins Both Would Go Down
5 Analysis and Forecast on Potash Fertilizer Sector in 2017-2018
5.1 2017 Potash Output Topped 6.6 Million MT
5.1.1 Potash Output Recorded 6.792 Million MT, up 1.7% Year on Year
5.1.2 High Concentration of Potash Producing Areas
5.1.3 Newly-Added Potash Capacity was Limited, and 100,000-200,000 MT of Capacity was Predicted to Exit
5.2 A Slight Decrease of K-Fertilizer Consumption
5.2.1 Consumption of K-Fertilizer
5.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of K-Fertilizer by Province
5.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of K-Fertilizer by Crop
5.2.2 Consumption of MOP
5.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of MOP by Province
5.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of MOP by Crop Variety
5.3 2017 Potash Import Volume Increased and Import Price Stabilized
5.3.1 MOP Imports
5.3.1.1 MOP Import Volume up 10.5% Year on Year
5.3.1.2 Canada Became the Biggest Original Country of China’s MOP Imports
5.3.1.3 Average Import Price of MOP Stabilized
5.3.1.4 Main MOP Importers: Sino-Agri Group, Sinal-Chem Group and Huaken International Trading
5.3.2 SOP Import Volume Increased Slightly and Import Price Stabilized
5.3.2.1 SOP Imports Maintained at a Relatively Low Level
5.3.2.2 Average Price of SOP Almost Stabilized
5.4 Prices of Main Potash Products in 2017 Dropped and then Ascended
5.4.1 MOP Prices Dropped in the First Three Quarters and Rebounded in the Fourth Quarter
5.4.2 SOP Price Dropped
5.5 2018 Potash Market Forecast
5.5.1 2018 Potash Output Would Reach 6.9 Million MT
5.5.2 2018 Potash Consumption Would Go up Slightly
5.5.3 Potash Imports Would Continue to Go up
5.5.4 Potash Prices Would Maintain at a Low Level
6 Analysis and Forecast on Compound Fertilizer Sector in 2017-2018
6.1 2017 Complex Fertilizer Production Further Ascended
6.1.1 Complex Fertilizer Output Increased Slightly to 74.3 Million MT
6.1.2 Newly-added Complex Fertilizer Capacity Almost Was New-Type Compound Fertilizer
6.2 2016 NPK Consumption Increased Slightly
6.2.1 Consumption of Compound Fertilizer
6.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Province
6.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety
6.2.2 Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer
6.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Province
6.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety
6.3 2017 NPK Import Volume and Import Price Stabilized
6.3.1 NPK Imports Reduced Slightly
6.3.2 Average Import Price of NPK Decreased by 75 US Dollars/MT
6.3.3 Main Original Countries of China’s NPK Imports:Russia, Norway and Belgium
6.3.4 Main NPK Importers: Sinochem Group, Huaken International, Sino-Agri and CNCCC
6.3.5 NPK Export Volume Still was Extremely Small
6.4 2017 NPK Prices Decreased Greatly Year on Year
6.5 2018 Complex Fertilizer Market Forecast
6.5.1 Complex Fertilizer Output Would Ascend Slightly
6.5.2 Complex Fertilizer Consumption Would Go up Slightly, but the Growth Would Slow Down
6.5.3 Complex Fertilizer Imports Would go Up Slightly
6.5.4 Complex Fertilizer Prices Would Fluctuate at a High Level
7 The Operation Status and Future Transformation Direction of The Fertilizer Industry
7.1 2017 Fertilizer Industry Saw a Recovery of Overall Profits, but Faced Bottlenecks
7.1.1 Revenues and Profits of Main Business of Fertilizer Industry Both Ascended Slightly
7.1.2 Profits of Fertilizer Industry Improved
7.1.3 Fertilizer Industry Had Difficulty in Growth and Faced Transformation and Upgrading
7.2 Main Strategic Directions of Fertilizer Companies
7.2.1 Upgrading of Fertilizer Product Structure
7.2.1.1 New-Type Fertilizers Fit in With Agricultural Modernization
7.2.1.2 Profits of New-Type Fertilizer are Higher than Those of Traditional Fertilizer
7.2.1.3 Typical Case—Batian Ecological Technique
7.2.2 Extension to Downstream Planting Industry
7.2.2.1 Owing to Huge Market Size, Agriculture Would Become the Main Source of Profits of Fertilizer Companies
7.2.2.2 Agrochemical Service Focuses on Extending to the Whole Industrial Chain from Planting Link
7.2.2.3 Typical Case——Xinyangfeng
7.2.3 Transforming into an Agricultural Comprehensive Service Provider
7.2.3.1 Changes of Agricultural Environment Put Forward Higher Requirements on Service from Fertilizer Companies
7.2.3.2 Transforming into an Agricultural Comprehensive Service Provider Faced Relatively Big Challenges
7.2.3.3 Typical Case——Jinfeng Community
Part Two Forecast and Analysis on Specialty Fertilizer Market, 2017-2018
8 Specialty Fertilizer and the Characteristics of the industry in 2017
8.1 The Definition of Specialty Fertilizer
8.2 Main Products and Definition
8.2.1 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
8.2.2 Water Soluble Fertilizer
8.2.3 Bio-fertilizer
8.2.4 Algae Fertilizer
8.2.5 Bio-stimulant
8.2.6 Soil-conditioner
8.3 New-Type Fertilizer Industrial Development still Has Many Restrictive Factors
8.3.1 high price、slow effect and low acceptance to new-type fertilizer.
8.3.2 messy market and unclear industrial standards
8.3.3 single sales channel
9 Forecast and Analysis on The Main Varieties of Specialty Fertilizer in 2017
9.1 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Industry
9.1.1 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Main Products and Characteristics
9.1.2 Main Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Producers and Products
9.1.3 The Supply of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
9.1.4 The Consumption of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
9.1.5 Main Producers of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
9.1.5.1 Kingenta
9.1.5.2 Shikefeng
9.1.5.3 Summit Fert
9.2 Water Soluble Fertilizer Industry
9.2.1 Registered Water Soluble Fertilizer Products in China
9.2.2 The Supply of Water Soluble Fertilizer
9.2.3 The Consumption of Water Soluble Fertilizer
9.2.4 Main Producers of Water Soluble Fertilizer
9.2.4.1 Hebei Mengbang
9.2.4.1 Hebei Mengbang
9.2.4.2 Luxi Chemical
9.2.4.3 Kingenta
9.3 Commercial Organic Fertilizer Sector
9.3.1 Status of Source of Raw Materials of Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.1.1 Source of Raw Materials of Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.1.2 Material Dispersion and Safety Become the Bottlenecks of Developing Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.2 The Supply of Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.3 The consumption of Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.4 Analysis on Key Commercial Organic Fertilizer Companies and Product Features
9.3.4.1 Jinggeng Tianxia Agricultural Science and Technology
9.3.4.2 Tianhui Ecological
10 Analysis on Other Specialty Fertilizer in 2017
10.1 Bio-fertilizer
10.2 Alginic Acid Fertilizer
10.3 Bio-stimulant
10.4 Soil Conditioner
Part Three Analysis on Listed Fertilizer Companies and Industry Investment
11 Analysis on Listed Fertilizer Companies in 2017
11.1 Analysis on Key N-Fertilizer Companies
11.1.1 Luxi Chemical
11.1.1.1 Basic Profile
11.1.1.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.1.3 Investment Trends
11.1.1.4 Analysis on Operating Performance
11.1.2 Sichuan Meifeng
11.1.2.1 Basic Profile
11.1.2.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.2.3 Investment Trends
11.1.2.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.1.3 Hualu-Hengsheng Chemical
11.1.3.1 Basic Profile
11.1.3.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.3.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.1.4 Chitianhua
11.1.4.1 Chitianhua
11.1.4.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.4.3 Investment Trends
11.1.4.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.1.5 Sichuan Chemical
11.1.5.1 Basic Profile
11.1.5.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.5.3 Investment Trends
11.1.5.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.1.6 Yihua Group
11.1.6.1 Basic Profile
11.1.6.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.6.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.1.7 Xinlianxin
11.1.7.1 Basic Profile
11.1.7.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.7.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.1.8 Huachang Chemical
11.1.8.1 Basic Profile
11.1.8.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.1.8.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.2 Analysis on Key P-Fertilizer Companies
11.2.1 Yuntianhua
11.2.1.1 Basic Profile
11.2.1.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.2.1.3 Investment Trends
11.2.1.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.2.2 Liuguo Chemical
11.2.2.1 Basic Profile
11.2.2.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.2.2.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.2.3 Chuanjinnuo Chemical
11.2.3.1 Basic Profile
11.2.3.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.2.3.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.2.4 Wengfu Group
11.3 Analysis on Key Potash Companies
11.3.1 Salt Lake Industry
11.3.1.1 Basic Profile
11.3.1.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.3.1.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.3.2 SDIC Xinjiang Luobupo Potash
11.3.2.1 Basic Profile
11.3.2.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.3.2.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.3.3 Zangge Holding Limited
11.3.3.1 Basic Profile
11.3.3.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.3.3.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4 Analysis on Key Compound Fertilizer Companies
11.4.1 Kingenta
11.4.1.1 Basic Profile
11.4.1.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.1.3 Investment Trends
11.4.1.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4.2 Xinyangfeng
11.4.2.1 Basic Profile
11.4.2.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.2.3 Investment Trends
11.4.2.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4.3 Batian Ecological Technique
11.4.3.1 Basic Profile
11.4.3.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.3.3 Investment Trends
11.4.3.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4.4 Stanley
11.4.4.1 Basic Profile
11.4.4.2 Investment Trends
11.4.4.3 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.4.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4.5 Sierte
11.4.5.1 Basic Profile
11.4.5.2 Investment Trends
11.4.5.3 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.5.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4.6 Wintrue Holding
11.4.6.1 Basic Profile
11.4.6.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.6.3 Investment Trends
11.4.6.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.4.7 Sinofert
11.4.7.1 Basic Profile
11.4.7.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.4.7.3 Investment Trends
11.4.7.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.5 Analysis on Other Fertilizer Companies
11.5.1 Fubang
11.5.1.1 Basic Profile
11.5.1.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.5.1.3 Investment Trends
11.5.1.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.5.2 Genliduo Bio-Tech
11.5.2.1 Basic Profile
11.5.2.2 Investment Trends
11.5.2.3 Key Competitive Factors
11.5.2.3 Analysis on Operating Conditions
11.5.3 Taigu Biological
11.5.3.1 Basic Profile
11.5.3.2 Key Competitive Factors
11.5.3.3 Investment Trends
11.5.3.4 Analysis on Operating Conditions
12 Investment Analysis of Chinese Fertilizer Industry in 2017
12.1 Subsidy Polices for Investment Projects in Fertilizer Industry in 2017
12.1.1 Subsidy Polices for Formulated Fertilization by Soil Testing
12.1.2 Subsidy Policy for Land Protection and Quality Improvement
12.1.3 Supporting Policies for Utilization of Waste Resources from Planting and Farming
12.1.4 Subsidy Policy for Organic Fertilizer Instead of Fertilizer for Fruits, Vegetables and Tea
12.2 Investment Projects in Fertilizer Industry in 2017
12.2.1 Investment Direction
12.2.2 Investment Area
12.2.3 Investment Enterprise
 
List of Tables
Table 1-1, Comparison of Standards for Pollution Discharge Fees and Environmental Taxes
Table 1-2, Comparison of Duties of NPK Exports
Table 3-1, By the end of 2017, Reduction of Output in Mainly Urea Enterprises.
Table 3-2, China Main Urea Exporters (2016-2017)
Table 3-3, China Main Ammonium Chloride Exporters (2016-2017)
Table 3-4, China Nitrogenous Fertilizer Supply and Demand, 2011-2018
Table 3-5, China Urea Supply and Demand, 2011-2018
Table 4-1, By the end of 2017, Reduction of Output in Mainly MAP Enterprises.
Table 4-2, By the end of 2017, Reduction of Output in Mainly DAP Enterprises.
Table 4-3, China Main DAP Exporters (2016-2017)
Table 4-4, China Main Map Exporters (2016-2017)
Table 4-5, China Phosphate Fertilizer Supply and Demand, 2011-2018
Table 5-1, China Main MOP Importers (2016-2017)
Table 5-2, China Potash Fertilizer Supply and Demand, 2011-2018
Table 6-1, By the end of 2017, Reduction of Output in Mainly Complex Fertilizer Enterprises
Table 6-2, 2017 Compound Fertilizer Capacity Newly Built and Proposed
Table 6-3, China Main NPK Importers (2016-2017)
Table 7-1, Cost and Benefit of Each Fertilizer Industry
Table 7-2, The Main Business Income and Net Profit of Each Fertilizer Industry
Table 7-3, R&D Input Ratio of Main Compound Fertilizer Enterprises
Table 7-4, Trends of Newyangfeng’s Extension to Downstream Industry
Table 9-1, China Main Slow/controlled release fertilizer Producers and Products
Table 9-2, Affiliated Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Enterprises of Kingenta
Table 9-3, Affiliated Water Soluble Fertilizer Enterprises of Kingenta
Table 9-4, Source of Raw Materials of Commercial Organic Fertilizer
Table 9-5, Main Subsidiaries of Jianggeng Tianxia
Table 11-1, Shangdong Luxi Chemical Group’s Urea Subsidiaries
Table 11-2, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Luxi Chemical Group, 2014-2017
Table 11-3, Sichuan Meifeng’s Urea Subsidiaries
Table 11-4, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Sichuan Meifeng, 2014-2017
Table 11-5, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Hualu Hengsheng, 2014-2017
Table 11-6, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Chitianhua, 2014-2017
Table 11-7, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Chuahua Stock, 2014-2017
Table 11-8, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Hubei Yihua, 2014-2017
Table 11-9, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Xinlianxin, 2014-2017
Table 11-10, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Huachang Chemical, 2014-2017
Table 11-11, Yuntianhua Group’s Ammonium Phosphate Subsidiaries
Table 11-12, Investment Trends of Yuntianhua
Table 11-13, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Yuntianhua, 2014-2017
Table 11-14, Liuguo Chemical’s Ammonium Phosphate Subsidiaries
Table 11-15, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Liuguo Chemical, 2014-2017
Table 11-16, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Chuanjinnuo, 2014-2017
Table 11-17, Wengfu’s Ammonium Phosphate Subsidiaries
Table 11-18, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Salt Lake Industry Group, 2014-2017
Table 11-19, The Revenue and Net profit of Xinjiang Luobupo Potassium Salt, 2014-2017
Table 11-20, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Zangge Holding Limited, 2015-2017
Table 11-21, Location and Capacity of Kingenta’s Compound Fertilizer Producers
Table 11-22, Investment Trends of Tingenta
Table 11-23, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Kingenta, 2014-2017
Table 11-24,Investment Trends of Xinyangfeng
Table 11-25, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Xinyangfeng, 2014-2017
Table 11-26, Batian’s Compound Fertilizer Subsidiaries
Table 11-27, Investment Trends of Batian Ecological Technique
Table 11-28, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Tatian Stock, 2014-2017
Table 11-29, Location and Capacity of Stanley’s Compound Fertilizer Producing Subsidiaries
Table 11-30, Investment Trends of Stanley
Table 11-31, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Stanley, 2014-2017
Table 11-32, Investment Trends of Sierte
Table 11-33, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Sierte, 2014-2017
Table 11-34, Location and Capacity of Shindoo Chemi-Industry’s NPK Subsidiaries
Table 11-35, Investment Trends of Wintrue Holding
Table 11-36, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Wintrue Holding, 2014-2016
Table 11-37, The main holding enterprises and production capacity distribution of Sinofert
Table 11-38, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Sinofert, 2014-2017
Table 11-39, Investment Trends of Fubang
Table 11-40, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Fubang Stock, 2014-2017
Unit:RMB 000 Million
Table 11-41, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Genliduo, 2014-2017
Table 11-42, Wholly-owned Subsidiaries of Gutai Biological
Table 11-43, The Revenue and Gross Profit Rate of Taigu Biology, 2014-2017
Table 12-1, Investment Project of China Fertilizer Industry in 2017
Attached Table 2-1, China’s Synthetic Ammonia Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 2-2, Synthetic Ammonia Output by Province, 2012-2017
Attached Table 2-3, China Synthetic Ammonia Imports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 2-4, China’s Rock Phosphate Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 2-5, China’s Rock Phosphate Export by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 2-6, China’s Sulfuric Acid Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 2-7, Sulfur Imports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-1, China’s N-fertilizer Output by Province, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-2, China’s N-fertilizer Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-3, China’s Urea Output by Province, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-4, China’s Urea Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-5, Direct Consumption of N- Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 3-6, Direct Consumption of N- Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 3-7, Direct Consumption of Urea by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 3-8, Direct Consumption of Urea by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 3-9, China’s Urea Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-10, China’s Ammonium Chloride Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-11, China’s Ammonium Sulfate Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 3-12, China’s Ammonium Nitrate Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 4-1, China’s P-fertilizer Output by Province, 2012-2017
Attached Table 4-2, China’s P-fertilizer Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 4-3, Direct Consumption of P- Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 4-4, Direct Consumption of P- Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 4-5, Direct Consumption of DAP by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 4-6, Direct Consumption of DAP by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 4-7, China’s DAP Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 4-8, China’s MAP Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 4-9, China’s SSP Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 4-10, China’s TSP Exports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 5-1, China’s K-fertilizer Output by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 5-2, China’s K-fertilizer Output by Province, 2012-2017
Attached Table 5-3, Direct Consumption of K- Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 5-4, Direct Consumption of K- Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 5-5, Direct Consumption of MOP by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 5-6, Direct Consumption of MOP by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 5-7, China’s MOP Imports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 5-8, China’s SOP Imports by Month, 2012-2017
Attached Table 6-1, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 6-2, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
Attached Table 6-3, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2016
Attached Table 6-4, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2016
 
List of Figures
Fig.1-1,Changes in Lowest Purchase Price of Wheat, 2006-2018
Fig.1-2,Changes in Lowest Purchase Price of Rice, 2006-2018
Fig.1-3,Changes in NPK Exports, 2012-2017
Fig.2-1,Changes in Raw Coal Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.2-2,Changes in Coal Imports in China,2007-2017
Fig.2-3, Average Ex-factory Price of Anthracite (Q:6000), 2016-2017
Fig.2-4, Changes in Synthetic Ammonia Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.2-5, Synthetic Ammonia Output by Province, 2017
Fig.2-6, Changes in Synthetic Ammonia Imports in China, 2008-2017
Fig.2-7, Average Factory Prices of Synthetic Ammonia, 2016-2017
Fig.2-8, Changes in Rock Phosphate Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.2-9, Synthetic Rock Phosphate Output by Province, 2017
Fig.2-10, Changes in Rock Phosphate Exports in China, 2015-2017
Fig.2-11, Average Factory Prices of 30% Rock Phosphate, 2016-2017
Fig.2-12, Changes in Sulfuric Acid Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.2-13, Changes in Sulfur Imports in China, 2008-2017
Fig.2-14, Average Factory Prices of Solid Sulfur, 2016-2017
Fig.3-1, Changes in N-fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.3-2, Changes in Urea Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.3-3, Proportion of N-fertilizer Output of Each Province, 2017
Fig.3-4, Proportion of Urea Output of Each Province, 2017
Fig.3-5, Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Province, 2016
Fig.3-6, Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Crop, 2016
Fig.3-7, Direct Consumption of Urea by Province, 2016
Fig.3-8, Direct Consumption of Urea by Crop, 2016
Fig.3-9, Changes of China’s Urea Exports, 2001-2017
Fig.3-10, Changes of Urea Export Countries, 2008-2017
Fig.3-11, China Urea FOB Price by Month, 2014-2017
Fig.3-12, Changes of China Ammonium Chloride Export, 2007-2017
Fig.3-13, Changes of Ammonium Chloride Export Countries, 2010-2017
Fig.3-14, China Ammonium Chloride Export FOB Price by Month, 2015-2017
Fig.3-15, Changes of China Ammonium Sulfate Export, 2007-2017
Fig.3-16, Changes of China Ammonium Nitrate Export, 2007-2017
Fig.3-17, Ex-factory Price of Urea, 2013-2017
Fig.3-18, Average Urea Production Profit in Shanxi, 2015-2017
Fig.4-1, Changes in P-fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.4-2, Proportion of P-fertilizer Output of Each Province, 2017
Fig.4-3, Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Province, 2016
Fig.4-4, Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Crop, 2016
Fig.4-5, Direct Consumption of DAP by Province, 2016
Fig.4-6, Direct Consumption of DAP by Crop, 2016
Fig.4-7, Changes of China’s DAP Exports, 2007-2017
Fig.4-8, Changes of DAP Export Countries, 2009-2017
Fig.4-9, China DAP Export FOB Price by Month, 2014-2017
Fig.4-10, Changes of China’s MAP Exports, 2007-2017
Fig.4-11, Changes of MAP Export Countries, 2009-2017
Fig.4-12, China MAP Export FOB Price by Month, 2015-2017
Fig.4-13, Changes of China’s Other SSP Exports, 2007-2017
Fig.4-14, Changes of China’s TSP Exports, 2007-2016
Fig.4-15, Factory Prices of MAP (55% powder) in Major Provinces, 2014-2017
Fig.4-16, Average MAP Production Profit, 2015-2017
Fig.4-17, Factory Prices of 64% DAP, 2014-2017
Fig.4-18, Average DAP Production Profit, 2015-2017
Fig.5-1, Changes in K-fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2016
Fig.5-2, Proportion of K-fertilizer Output of Each Province, 2017
Fig.5-3, Direct Consumption of K-Fertilizer by Province, 2016
Fig.5-4, Direct Consumption of K-Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2016
Fig.5-5, Direct Consumption of MOP by Province, 2016
Fig.5-6, Direct Consumption of MOP by Crop Variety, 2016
Fig.5-7, Changes of China’s MOP Imports, 2007-2017
Fig.5-8, China’s MOP Imports by Country, 2009-2017
Fig.5-9, China MOP Import CIF Price by Month, 2015-2017
Fig.5-10, China’s SOP Imports, 2007-2017
Fig.5-11, China SOP Import CIF Price by Month, 2015-2017
Fig.5-12, Prices of Domestic 60% MOP and Imported Potassium, 2015-2017
Fig.5-13, Prevailing Price of SOP (50% Powder and 50% Granulated), 2015-2017
Fig.6-1, Changes in Compound Fertilizer Output in China, 2006-2017
Fig.6-2, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2016
Fig.6-3, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2016
Fig.6-4, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2016
Fig.6-5, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2015
Fig.6-6, NPK Compound Fertilizer Imports, 2007-2017
Fig.6-7, China NPK Compound Fertilizer Import CIF Price by Month, 2015-2017
Fig.6-8, NPK Compound Fertilizer Imports by Country, 2009-2017
Fig.6-9, NPK Compound Fertilizer Exports, 2007-2017
Fig.6-10, Average Factory Price of 45%CL (15-15-15) and 45% S (15-15-15) NPK, 2015-2017
Fig 7-1, The Main Business Income of Each Fertilizer Industry,2012-2017
Fig 7-2, Net Profit of Each Fertilizer Industry, 2013-2017
Fig 7-3, The Transformation of The Traditional Fertilizer Industry
Fig 7-4, Gross Margin by Product of Kingenta, 2012-2016
Fig 7-5, Change of output value of China's Agriculture, 2010-2017
Fig 7-6, A Complete Industrial Chain of Jinfeng Commune
Fig 7-7, Mode of Operation Jinfeng Commune
Fig 9-1, Number of Registered Slow/Control Release Fertilizer Products in China, 2006-2017
Fig 9-2, The Capacity and Outputs of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer in China, 2006-2020
Fig 9-3, Number of Registered Water Soluble Fertilizer Products in China, 2017
Fig 9-4, The Capacity and Outputs of Water Soluble Fertilizer in China (2009-2020)
Fig 9-5, The Consumption of Water Soluble Fertilizer in China (2009-2020)
Fig 9-6,The scale of organic fertilizer enterprises
Fig 11-1, Shareholding structure of Luxi Chemical
Fig 11-2, Shareholding structure of Sichuan Meifeng
Fig 11-3, Shareholding structure of Hualu Hengsheng
Fig 11-4, Shareholding structure of Chitianhua
Fig 11-5, Shareholding structure of Chuahua Stock
Fig 11-6, Shareholding structure of Hubei Yihua
Fig 11-7, Shareholding structure of Huachang Chemical
Fig 11-8, Shareholding structure of Yuntianhua
Fig 11-9, Shareholding structure of Liuguo Chemical
Fig 11-10, Shareholding structure of Chuanjinnuo Chemical
Fig 11-11, Shareholding structure of Salt Lake Industry Group
Fig 11-12, Shareholding structure of SDIC Xinjiang Luobupo Potassium Salt
Fig 11-13, Shareholding structure of Zangge Holding Limited
Fig 11-14, Shareholding structure of Kingenta
Fig 11-15, Shareholding structure of Xinyangfeng
Fig 11-16, Shareholding structure of Batian Ecological Technique
Fig 11-17, Shareholding structure of Stanley
Fig 11-18, Shareholding structure of Sierte
Fig 11-19, Shareholding structure of Wintrue Holding
Fig 11-20, Shareholding structure of Genliduo
Fig 11-21, Shareholding structure of Taigu Biological
 
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