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中國的食品用加工澱粉的需求與供給

Supply and Demand of Modified Food Starch in China

出版商 CCM 商品編碼 358053
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中國的食品用加工澱粉的需求與供給 Supply and Demand of Modified Food Starch in China
出版日期: 2017年05月17日 內容資訊: 英文 93 Pages
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本報告提供中國的食品用加工澱粉產業調查分析,供給 (能力,產量,主要的生產業者) 、消費 (各用途) 、進口,提供著原料的進口,供需的預測,產業發展的影響要素等系統性資訊。

第1章 中國的食品用加工澱粉的需求與供給

  • 中國的食品用加工澱粉的生產,價格,技術
  • 中國的各原料的食品用加工澱粉的生產
  • 中國的各原料的食品用加工澱粉的發展趨勢
  • 中國的食品用加工澱粉的玉米原料的進口
  • 中國的食品用加工澱粉的進口
  • 中國的食品用加工澱粉的消費:各用途
  • 中國的食品用加工澱粉的供需預測

第2章 中國的食品用加工澱粉生產業者簡介

  • Ting Hsin International Group
  • Roquette (China) Co., Ltd.
  • Ingredion Food Ingredients Co., Ltd.
  • Cargill Bio-Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Suzhou Gaofeng Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Beidahuang Potato Industry Group
  • Fujian Beststarch Creatmaterial Co., Ltd.
  • Foshan Huahao Huafeng Starch Co., Ltd.
  • Guangxi Mingyang Biochemistry Science and Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Zhucheng Xingmao Corn Developing Co., Ltd.

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目錄

Welcome to the May Issue of Corn Products China News.

This newsletter will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire corn products industry chain, from grain markets to the downstream food and feed markets. It includes breaking news from China and abroad, the latest market data (price, import & export, production, consumption, operating rates, etc.), in-depth analysis of market trends, Chinese government policy, performance of leading Chinese producers, M&A, new technologies, and expert commentary from industry insiders.

Here is the Editor's Note for you to know about the May issue specifically:

Corn purchase of the corn deep processing subsidy expired, and China issued a series of policies to support the corn deep processing industry - for example, cancelling the deep processing management projects and implementing the feed subsidy policy.

China mainly imports DDGS from the US, but due to the "double-anti" measures, import volume of DDGS from the US continued falling. Thanks to this, China's DDGS market was prosperous. In the meantime, the country also adjusted import tariff against ethanol.

In May, China auctioned its temporarily-stored corn, which fluctuated the corn market. Due to many influential factors, corn price will not rise greatly nor slump. As a whole, the prices of quality corn stood high.

At the end of April, many companies released their 2016 financial report. For instance, New Hope Liuhe's feed business sales took up 56.77% of its main business sales. Muyuan Foods reported a YoY rise of 86.65% in revenue and 289.68% in net profit respectively.

In March, China's export volume of citric acid rebounded while export price declined, given the slow growing global economy, weak overseas demand, and anti-dumping investigation carried out by Brazil in Nov. 2016.

Corn starch price slightly declined in May due to weak demand and oversupply. MSG price also kept low due to low price of corn, price war of companies and flat trading; however, the price is expected to grow as the industry concentration is rising.

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Headline Editor's Note

  • Column 1 Governmental Direction
  • Series of policies introduced to boost corn deep processing industry
  • 'Double-anti' measures reduce import volume of DDGS in China
  • Column 2 Market Dynamics
  • Auction of temporarily-stored corn begins, market price of quality corn still remains high
  • Forecast: small change in 2017 subsidy provided for corn producers
  • Column 3 Company Developments
  • New Hope Liuhe records surge in net profit
  • Muyuan Foods: 2016 performance rises due to falling corn price and rising pig price
  • Column 4 Import & Export Analysis
  • Chinese corn products Imp. & Exp., March 2017
  • Export volume of citric acid rebounds in March 2017
  • Column 5 Competing Products
  • Soybean meal price continues falling
  • Column 6 Price Update
  • Price update of corn products, May 2017
  • Corn starch price keeps low in May 2017
  • MSG price hits record low in May 2017
  • Column 7 News in Brief
  • Jiangxi increases insurance of corn and wheat
  • Haid Group: feed sales volume keeps rising in 2016
  • Spring sowing progresses slowly in Northeast China affected by weather
  • Inner Mongolia: corn planting area may reduce
  • Heilongjiang officially introduces subsidy policy for corn and soybean producers
  • Longlive Bio-technology: joint-stock company puts graphene production line into operation
  • MOA launches inspection on GM corn seed nationwide
  • TRS: soaring feed sales volume spurs up 2016 net profit
  • Sichuan Jin'ante: new cultivars of corn and rice pass examination
  • Shenzhen Jinxinnong builds new product line integrated husbandry and pharmaceuticals
  • Although the corn purchase of the subsidy policy for corn deep processing is about to expire on 30 April, China introduced a series of policies which were also good for the corn deep processing industry.
  • Affected by the "double-anti" measures, China's import volume of DDGS kept falling in March 2017. Thanks to this, the domestic DDGS market stayed promising.
  • In May 2017, China started to auction its temporarily-stored corn, which influenced the corn market. As a whole, the price of quality corn still kept high.
  • In May, the sale of 2016-harvested corn came to an end; the auction of temporarily-stored corn started and the sowing of new corn began. However, the specified measures related to the subsidy provided for corn producers have not yet been published. CCM has predicted that the subsidy will be roughly the same as last year, but the subsidy gap between the advantaged area and the non-advantaged area will further widen.
  • At the end of April, New Hope Liuhe released the 2016 financial report, which recorded a drop in revenue but a surge in net profit. Notably, the financial performance of its feed business showed dramatic growth.
  • At the end of April, Muyuan Foods released the 2016 financial report, which show that thanks to the falling feed price and rising pig price, the company saw surges in both net profit and revenue.
  • China's citric acid export volume rebounded, after suffering from the anti-dumping sunset review investigation carried out by Brazil. In March, the export volume was up by 31.53% MoM, while export price declined.
  • In 2017, soybean meal price kept falling due to rising supply of soybean and monunting soybean meal stockpiles. In the meantime, corn price remained high, which may push up demand for soybean in the short term.
  • In early May, China's corn starch price dropped slightly, which was mainly related weak demand and oversupply. It is predicted that the price will continue to remain low in the future.
  • China's MSG price kept falling and hit a record low in May 2017. However, as industry concentration improves, the price is expected to rebound in the future.
  • Although the corn purchase of the subsidy policy for corn deep processing is about to expire on 30 April, China introduced a series of policies which were also good for the corn deep processing industry.
  • Affected by the "double-anti" measures, China's import volume of DDGS kept falling in March 2017. Thanks to this, the domestic DDGS market stayed promising.
  • In May 2017, China started to auction its temporarily-stored corn, which influenced the corn market. As a whole, the price of quality corn still kept high.
  • In May, the sale of 2016-harvested corn came to an end; the auction of temporarily-stored corn started and the sowing of new corn began. However, the specified measures related to the subsidy provided for corn producers have not yet been published. CCM has predicted that the subsidy will be roughly the same as last year, but the subsidy gap between the advantaged area and the non-advantaged area will further widen.
  • At the end of April, New Hope Liuhe released the 2016 financial report, which recorded a drop in revenue but a surge in net profit. Notably, the financial performance of its feed business showed dramatic growth.
  • At the end of April, Muyuan Foods released the 2016 financial report, which show that thanks to the falling feed price and rising pig price, the company saw surges in both net profit and revenue.
  • China's citric acid export volume rebounded, after suffering from the anti-dumping sunset review investigation carried out by Brazil. In March, the export volume was up by 31.53% MoM, while export price declined.
  • In 2017, soybean meal price kept falling due to rising supply of soybean and monunting soybean meal stockpiles. In the meantime, corn price remained high, which may push up demand for soybean in the short term.
  • In early May, China's corn starch price dropped slightly, which was mainly related weak demand and oversupply. It is predicted that the price will continue to remain low in the future.
  • China's MSG price kept falling and hit a record low in May 2017. However, as industry concentration improves, the price is expected to rebound in the future.

Table of Contents

1 Executive summary

2 Introduction and methodology

3 Overview of corn processing industry chain in China

  • 3.1 China's corn processing industry chain overview by volume
  • 3.2 Supply and demand of corn starch by

4 Modified food starch supply and demand in

  • 4.1 Overview of modified food starch supply and demand in China 2011
  • 4.2 Production and price of modified food starch in China 2011
  • 4.3 Production of modified food starch based on different raw materials in China
  • 4.4 Development trends of China's modified food starch based on different raw materials
  • 4.5 Import of modified food starch in China 2014
  • 4.6 Export of modified food starch in China 2014
  • 4.7 Consumption of modified food starch
    • 4.7.1 Modified food starch consumption in China by application
    • 4.7.2 Modified food starch consumption in China by product
  • 4.8 Forecast on modified food starch supply and demand in China to 2022
  • 4.9 Factors influencing China's modified food starch supply and demand to 2022

5 Profiles of key modified food starch manufacturers in China

  • 5.1 Profiles of key overseas modified food starch manufacturers in China
    • 5.1.1 Roquette China Co., Ltd.
    • 5.1.2 Cargill Bio
    • 5.1.3 Ingredion China Limited
    • 5.1.4 Tate & Lyle Plc.
  • 5.2 Profiles of key local modified food starch manufacturers in China
    • 5.2.1 Ting Hsin International Group5.2.1 Ting Hsin International Group
    • 5.2.2 Suzhou Gaofeng Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
    • 5.2.3 Shandong Fuyang Biotech
    • 5.2.4 COFCO Biochemical (Anhui) Co., Ltd.

LIST OF TABLES

  • Table 2-1 Exchange rate of USD against RMB, 2006-Mar. 2017
  • Table 3.1-1 Output, import and export of corn in China, 2011-2016
  • Table 3.1-2 Output, import and export of corn starch supply and demand by volume, 2011-2016
  • Table 3.2-1 Introduction of major corn starch by-products in China
  • Table 4.1-1 Growth rates of China's modified food starch supply and demand by volume, 2011-2016
  • Table 4.2-1 Regional distribution of modified food starch producers in Chinaby key raw material, 2016
  • Table 4.2-2 Basic information of major active modified food starch producers in China, as of April 2017
  • Table 4.2-3 Concentration rate change of top modified food starch producers in China by output volume, 20019, 2015 and 2016
  • Table 4.2-4 Modified food starch capacity (by raw material) in 2016 and output during 2014-2016 of China's active producers
  • Table 4.2-5 Average ex-works price of modified food starch in China by raw material, 2016
  • Table 4.2-6 Average import price of modified food starch in China by raw material, 2016
  • Table 4.2-7 Main application fields of modified food starch by raw material and key modified food starch products in China, as of April 2017
  • Table 4.3-1 Output of modified food starch by different raw materials in China, 2011-2016, tonne
  • Table 4.3-2 Comparison between output CAGR and import CAGR of modified food starch by different raw materials in China, 2011-2016
  • Table 4.3-3 Top 5 producers of corn modified food starch by output volume in China, 2016
  • Table 4.3-4 Top 5 producers of cassava modified food starch by output volume in China, 2016
  • Table 4.3-5 Top producers of potato modified food starch by output volume in China, 2016
  • Table 4.3-6 Output, import and export of corn in China, 2008-2016
  • Table 4.3-7 Output, import and export of corn starch in China, 2008-2016
  • Table 4.3-8 Geographical distribution of waxy corn planted area and output in China, 2014 and 2016
  • Table 4.3-9 Price of waxy corn and starch in China 2in 015 and 2016
  • Table 4.3-10 Import and export of cassava starch in China, 2008-2016, tonne
  • Table 4.3-11 Output, import and export of potato starch in China, 2008-2016, tonne
  • Table 4.5-1 China's import price of modified food starch by different raw materials, 2014-2016, USD/t
  • Table 4.5-2 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by different raw materials in 2014
  • Table 4.5-3 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by different raw materials in 2015
  • Table 4.5-4 China's import volume, value and price of modifies food starch by different raw materials in 2016
  • Table 4.5-5 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by import origin in 2015
  • Table 4.5-6 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by origin in 2015
  • Table 4.5-7 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by import origin in 2016
  • Table 4.5-8 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by importer in 2014
  • Table 4.5-9 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by importer in 2015
  • Table 4.5-10 China's import volume, value and price of modified food starch by importer in 2016
  • Table 4.6-1 China's export volume, value and price of modified food starch by export destination in 2014
  • Table 4.6-2 China's export volume, value and price of modified food starch by export destination in 2015
  • Table 4.6-3 China's export volume, value and price of modified food starch by export destination in 2016
  • Table 4.6-4 China's export volume, value and price of modified food starch by exporter in 2014
  • Table 4.6-5 China's export volume, value and price of modified food starch by exporter in 2015
  • Table 4.6-6 China's export volume, value and price of modified food starch by exporter in 2016
  • Table 4.7.1-1 Main application fields of modified food starch used in and their consumption volume in China, 2016
  • Table 4.7.2-1 13 kinds of modified food starches in China, 2014
  • Table 4.7.2-2 Main products of modified food starch and their consumption volume in China, 2016
  • Table 4.7.2-3 Price of modified food starch in China, March 2017
  • Table 5.1-1 Modified food starch supplied in China by major producers
  • Table 5.1.1-1 General introduction to Roquette China Co., Ltd.
  • Table 5.1.2-1 General introduction to Cargill China Limited
  • Table 5.1.3-1 General Introduction to Ingredion China Limited
  • Table 5.2.1-1 General introduction to Ting Hsin
  • Table 5.2.1-2 Output of modified food starch in Ting Hsin, 2016
  • Table 5.2.2-1 General introduction to Suzhou Gaofeng

LIST OF FIGURES

  • Figure 3.1-1 The value chain of corn processing industry in China, 2016
  • Figure 3.1-2 The corn and grain planted area in China, 2016
  • Figure 3.1-3 China's average annual market price of corn, 20011-2016
  • Figure 3.1-4 Output of corn in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 3.1-5 Monthly market price of corn in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 3.1-6 Consumption structure of corn in China by volume, 2016
  • Figure 3.1-7 Output of corn starch in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 3.1-8 Consumption structure of corn starch in China by volume, 2016
  • Figure 3.1-9 Monthly ex-works price of corn starch in North China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 3.2-1 Monthly market price of corn gluten meal, corn germ meal and corn gluten feed in China, 2016
  • Figure 4.1-1 Consumption of modified starch and modified food starch in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.1-2 Output of modified starch and modified food starch in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.1-3 Output, consumption, import and export of modified food starch in China by volume, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.2-1 Capacity and Output of modified food starch in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.2-2 Geographic distribution of modified food starch capacity in China, 2016, '000 t/a
  • Figure 4.2-3 Capacity of modified food starch in different regions China by raw material, 2016
  • Figure 4.2-4 Share of modified food starch capacity in China by region, 2016
  • Figure 4.2-5 Share of modified food starch output in China by region, 2016
  • Figure 4.2-6 Price changes of key raw materials for China's modified food starch, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.3-1 Output share of modified food starch by different raw materials in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.3-2 Import share of modified food starch by different raw materials in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.3-3 Prices of corn, corn starch and cassava in China, 2008-2016
  • Figure 4.5-1 China's import volume of modified starch and modified food starch, 2014-2016
  • Figure 4.5-2 Share of import volume in China's total modified food starch supply, 2014-2016
  • Figure 4.5-3 China's import volume share of modified food starch by different raw materials, 2014-2016
  • Figure 4.6-1 China's export volume of modified starch and modified food starch, 2014-2016
  • Figure 4.6-2 China's export price of modified food starch, 2014-2016
  • Figure 4.7.1-1 Consumption of modified food starch in China, 2011-2016
  • Figure 4.7.1-2 Consumption of modified food starch in China by application, 2014-2016
  • Figure 4.7.1-3 Consumption of modified food starch in China by application, 20163 Consumption of modified food starch in China by application, 2016
  • Figure 4.7.2-1 Consumption structure of modified food starch in China by product, 2016
  • Figure 4.8-1 GDP growth in China, 2012-2022
  • Figure 4.8-2 Forecast on modified food starch supply and demand in China, 2017-2022
  • Figure 4.8-3 Forecast on modified food starch supply and demand based on expected growth in China, 2017-2022
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