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

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China’s Fertilizer Industry

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.

Basic Information:

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:

Part One  Analysis on China’s Fertilizer Market in 2017 and Outlook in 2018
1 Development Environment and Policy Analysis on 2017 Fertilizer Industry  
1.1 Macro-Environment Analysis on Agriculture in 2017
1.1.1 Agricultural Products Prices
1.1.2 Planting Structure Adjustment
1.1.3 Changes in Scaled Operating Entities
1.1.4 Changes in Agricultural Operating Modes
1.2 Technical Level and Technology of Industry
1.3 Analysis on Industrial Policies in 2017
1.3.1 Tax Policies
1.3.2 Environmental Policies
1.3.3 Organic Fertilizer Instead of Fertilizer
1.3.4 Credit Files of Operating Entities Related to Agricultural Materials and Agricultural Products
2 Analysis and Outlook on Supply and Demand of Fertilizer Upstream sectors 
2.1 Analysis and Outlook on Coal Supply and Demand
2.1.1 Coal Output
2.1.2 Coal Imports and Exports
2.1.3 Changes in Coal Prices
2.1.4 Market Outlook in 2018
2.2 Analysis and Outlook on Ammonia Supply and Demand
2.2.1 Ammonia Output
2.2.2 Ammonia Imports and Exports
2.2.3 Changes in Ammonia Prices
2.2.4 Market Outlook in 2018
2.3 Analysis and Outlook on Phosphate Rock Supply and Demand
2.3.1 Phosphate Rock Output
2.3.2 Phosphate Rock Imports and Exports
2.3.3 Changes in Phosphate Rock Prices
2.3.4 Market Outlook in 2018
2.4 Analysis and Outlook on Sulfur Supply and Demand
2.4.1 Sulfur Output
2.4.2 Sulfur Imports and Exports
2.4.3 Changes in Sulfur Prices
2.4.4 Market Outlook in 2018
2.5 Analysis and Outlook on Sulfuric Acid Supply and Demand
2.5.1 Sulfuric Acid Output
2.5.2 Sulfuric Acid Imports and Exports
2.5.3 Changes in Sulfuric Acid Prices
2.5.4 Market Outlook in 2018
3 Analysis and Outlook on N-Fertilizer Supply and Demand
3.1 Analysis on N-Fertilizer Production
3.1.1 Changes in N-Fertilizer Output
3.1.2 Changes in Newly-Added N-Fertilizer Capacity 
3.1.3 N-Fertilizer Producers and Their Locations
3.2 Analysis on N-Fertilizer Consumption
3.2.1 N-Fertilizer Consumption and Changes by Province 
3.2.2 N-Fertilizer Consumption and Changes by Crop
3.3 N-Fertilizer Trade Analysis
3.3.1 Changes in Volume and Value of N-Fertilizer Import and Export by Country
3.3.1 Outlook on Changing Trends of N-Fertilizer Import and Export 
3.4 Analysis and Outlook on N-fertilizer Supply and Demand Balance  
3.5 Changes and Outlook on N-Fertilizer Market Prices
4 Analysis and Outlook on P-Fertilizer Supply and Demand
4.1 Analysis on P-Fertilizer Production
4.1.1 Changes in P-Fertilizer Output
4.1.2 Changes in Newly-Added P-Fertilizer Capacity
4.1.3 P-Fertilizer Producers and Their Locations
4.2 Analysis on P-Fertilizer Consumption
4.2.1 P-Fertilizer Consumption and Changes by Province
4.2.2 P-Fertilizer Consumption and Changes by Crop
4.3 P-Fertilizer Trade Analysis
4.3.1 Changes in Volume and Value of P-Fertilizer Import and Export by Country
4.3.2 Outlook on Changing Trends of P-Fertilizer Import and Export 
4.4 Analysis and Outlook on P-fertilizer Supply and Demand Balance
4.5 Changes and Outlook on P-Fertilizer Market Prices
5 Analysis and Outlook on K-Fertilizer Supply and Demand
5.1 Analysis on K-Fertilizer Production
5.1.1 Changes in K-Fertilizer Output
5.1.2 Changes in Newly-Added K-Fertilizer Capacity
5.1.3 K-Fertilizer Producers and Their Locations
5.2 Analysis on K-Fertilizer Consumption
5.2.1 K-Fertilizer Consumption and Changes by Province
5.2.2 K-Fertilizer Consumption and Changes by Crop
5.3 K-Fertilizer Trade Analysis
5.3.1 Changes in Volume and Value of K-Fertilizer Import and Export by Country
5.3.2 Outlook on Changing Trends of K-Fertilizer Import and Export
5.4 Analysis and Outlook on K-fertilizer Supply and Demand Balance
5.5 Changes and Outlook on K-Fertilizer Market Prices
6 Analysis and Outlook on NPK Supply and Demand
6.1 Analysis on NPK Production
6.1.1 Changes in NPK Output
6.1.2 Changes in Newly-Added NPK Capacity
6.1.3 NPK Producers and Their Locations
6.2 Analysis on NPK Consumption
6.2.1 NPK Consumption and Changes by Province
6.2.2 NPK Consumption and Changes by Crop
6.3 NPK Trade Analysis
6.3.1 Changes in Volume and Value of NPK Import and Export by Country
6.3.2 Outlook on Changing Trends of NPK Import and Export
6.4 Analysis and Outlook on NPK Supply and Demand Balance
6.5 Changes and Outlook on NPK Market Prices
7 operating Conditions of Fertilizer Industry in 2017 and Future Transformation Directions
7.1 Analysis on Production Margins of Fertilizer Industry (N-Fertilizer, P-Fertilizer, K-Fertilizer, NPK)
7.1.1 Profits of Main Business of Fertilizer Industry
7.1.2 Situations and Trends of Costs and Benefits of Fertilizer Industry 
7.2 Analysis on Competition Situations of Fertilizer Industry  
7.2.1 Concentration Ratio of Fertilizer Industry
7.2.2 Main Competitiveness Modes for Fertilizer Industry
7.3 Main Trends of Strategy Transformation of Fertilizer Companies
7.3.1 Extension to Downstream Planting Industry
7.3.2 Upgrading of Fertilizer Industrial Structure
7.3.3 Transition to a Comprehensive Agricultural Service Provider 
7.3.4 Extension to Other Industries
Part two Analysis on New-type fertilizer sectors in 2017 and Outlook in 2018 
8 Features and Problems for Development of New-Type Fertilizer and Other Industries
8.1 Main New-Type Fertilizer Varieties
8.2 Developmental Features of New-Type Fertilizer
8.3 Problems Faced by New-Type Organic Fertilizer Sector
9 Analysis and Outlook on Main New-Type Fertilizer Sectors 
9.1 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
9.1.1 Classification and Technical Development of Main Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Products
9.1.2 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Production
9.1.3 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Sales
9.1.4 Key Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Companies and Product Feature Analysis
9.2 Water Soluble Fertilizer
9.2.1 Registration Situations of Water Soluble Fertilizer Products
9.2.2 Water Soluble Production
9.2.3 Water Soluble Sales
9.2.4 Key Water Soluble Fertilizer Companies and Product Feature Analysis
9.3 Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.1 Source of Raw Materials of Commercial Organic Fertilizer
9.3.2 Commercial Organic Fertilizer Production
9.3.3 Commercial Organic Fertilizer Sales
9.3.4 Key Commercial Organic Fertilizer Companies and Product Feature Analysis
10 Analysis on Other New-Type Fertilizer Products (Production, consumption, main producers, etc.)
10.1 Bio-Fertilizer
10.2 Seaweed Fertilizer
10.3 Bio-Stimulation Agent
10.4 Soil Conditioner
Part Three Key Fertilizer Companies’ Operation and Industry Investment Analysis
11 Analysis on Listed Fertilizer Companies
11.1 Analysis on Key N-Fertilizer Companies
11.1.1 Luxi Chemical
(including shareholding structure, business layout, core business and products, market position, sales areas and channels, business models, key competitive factors, investment trends, turnover and gross margins)
11.1.2 Sichuan Meifeng Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
11.1.3 Guizhou Chitianhua Co., Ltd.
11.1.4 Other N-Fertilizer Companies
11.2 Analysis on Key P-Fertilizer Companies
11.2.1 Yunnan Yuntianhua Co., Ltd.
11.2.2 Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd.
11.2.3 Wengfu Group
11.2.4 Other P-Fertilizer Companies
11.3 Analysis on Key K-Fertilizer Companies
11.3.1 Qinghai Salt Lake Industry Group Company Limited
11.3.2 SDIC Xinjiang Luobupo Hoevellite Co., Ltd.
11.3.3 Geermu Zangge Potash Co., Ltd.
11.3.4 Other K-Fertilizer Companies
11.4 Analysis on Key NPK Fertilizer Companies
11.4.1 Kingenta
11.4.2 Hubei Xinyangfeng Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
11.4.3 Stanley
11.4.4 Shenzhen Batian Ecological Technique Co., Ltd.
11.4.5 Wintrue Holding
11.4.6 Other NPK Fertilizer Companies
11.5 Analysis on Key New-Type Fertilizer Companies
11.5.1 Hebei Root Extending & Strengthening Biotech Co., Ltd.
11.5.2 Hunan Taigu Bio Technology Co., Ltd.
11.5.3 Other New-Type Fertilizer Companies
12 China’s Fertilizer Industry Investment Analysis
12.1 Summary of China’s Fertilizer Industry Investment Projects in 2017
(including investment companies, investment models, areas of investment, amount of investment, etc.)
12.2 Analysis on Investment Risk
12.3 Advice on Investment Strategies
 
 
Table Lists
Tab.1, Changes in Tax Policies for Fertilizer in China, 2017-2018
Tab.2, Output of Phosphate Rock, Ammonia and Sulfuric Acid by Month in China, 2012-2017 
Tab.3, Ammonia Output by Province in China, 2012-2017
Tab.4, Sulfur and Ammonia Import Volume by Month in China, 2012-2017
Tab.6, Phosphate Rock Export Volume by Month in China, 2012-2017
Tab.7, Fertilizer (N-Fertilizer, Urea, P-Fertilizer, K-Fertilizer, NPK) Output by Province in China, 2012-2017
Tab.8, Fertilizer (N-Fertilizer, Urea, P-Fertilizer, K-Fertilizer, NPK) Output by Month in China, 2012-2017
Tab.9, Fertilizer Capacity Newly Built and to Be Built in 2016
Tab.10, Direct Consumption of Fertilizer (N-Fertilizer, Urea, P-Fertilizer, K-Fertilizer, NPK) by Province in China, 2011-2016
Tab.11, Direct Consumption of Fertilizer (N-Fertilizer, Urea, P-Fertilizer, K-Fertilizer, NPK) by Crop in China, 2011-2016
Tab.12, Fertilizer (Urea, Ammonium Sulfate, MAP, DAP, Calcium Phosphate) Export Volume by Month in China, 2012-2017
Tab.13, K-Fertilizer (MOP, SOP, NPK) Import Volume by Month in China, 2012-2017
Tab.14, Fertilizer (Urea, Ammonium Chloride, MAP, DAP) Exporters in China, 2015-2017
Tab.15, Fertilizer (MOP, NPK) Importers in China, 2015-2017
Tab.16, Fertilizer (N-Fertilizer, Urea, P-Fertilizer, K-Fertilizer, NPK) Supply and Demand Balance in China, 2009-2017
Tab.17, Operating Status of Shandong Luxi Chemical Group
Tab.18, Operating Status of Sichuan Meifeng
Tab.19, Operating Status of Yuntianhua Group
Tab.20, Operating Status of Liuguo Chemical
Tab.21, Operating Status of Wengfu Group
Tab.22, Operating Status of Kingenta
Tab.23, Operating Status of Stanley
Tab.24, Operating Status of Shenzhen Batian Ecological Technique Co., Ltd.
Tab.25, Operating Status of Wintrue Holding
Tab.26, Operating Status of Hubei Xinyangfeng Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
Tab.27, Operating Status of Other Fertilizer Companies
Tab.28, Summary of Fertilizer Industry Investment Projects in China in 2017 
Tab.29, Main Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Producers and Products
 
 
Figure Lists
Fig.1, Changes in Fertilizer (Ammonia, Phosphate Rock, Sulfuric Acid) Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.2, Changes in Ammonia Import Volume in China, 2008-2017
Fig.3, Average Ex-factory Price of Fertilizer Materials (Ammonia, Phosphate Rock) in China, 2015-2017
Fig.4, Changes in Export Volume and Price of Phosphate Rock in China, 2014-2017
Fig.5, Average Price of 30% Phosphate Rock in China, 2015-2017
Fig.6, Changes in Sulfur Import Volume in China, 2008-2017
Fig.7, Changes in Average Price of Solid Sulfur in China, 2015-2017
Fig.8, N-Fertilizer Output by Province and Proportion, 2017
Fig.9, Changes in N-Fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.10, Urea Output by Province and Proportion, 2017
Fig.11, Changes in Urea Output in China, 2007-2017
Fig.12, Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Province in China, 2016
Fig.13, Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer for Agricultural Crops in China, 2016
Fig.14, Direct Consumption of Urea by Province in China, 2016
Fig.15, Direct Consumption of Urea by Crop in China, 2016
Fig.16, Changes in Export Volume, Export Price and Destination of Country of Fertilizer Products in China, 2005-2017
Fig.17, Average Price of Anthracite of Shanxi Jincheng, 2015-2017
Fig.18, Average Ex-factory Price of Main Urea Companies, 2012-2017
Fig.19, Average Production Margin of Urea Companies in Shanxi, 2015-2017
Fig.20, Changes in Prices of Main Fertilizer Products, 2015-2017  
Fig.21, Number of Registered Slow/Controlled Release Products in China,2006-2017 
Fig.22, Changes in Capacity and Output of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer in China, 2006-2020
Fig.23, Varieties and Number of Water Soluble Fertilizer Products Registered in the Ministry of Agriculture at the End of 2017
Fig.24, Changes in Capacity and Output of Water Soluble Fertilizer in China, 2009-2020
Fig.25, Changes in Water Soluble Consumption in China, 2009-2020
Fig.26, Changes in Capacity and Output of Commercial Organic Fertilizer in China, 2009-2020
Fig.27, Changes in Consumption of Commercial Organic Fertilizer in China, 2009-2020
Fig.28, Changes in Prices of Main Agricultural Products
Fig.29, Changes in Planting Structure of Main Agricultural Crops
Fig.30, Change Features of Operating Entities
Fig.31, Changes in Land Circulation Scale 
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