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海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會各國的金屬業界預測:2020年

GCC Metal Industry Outlook, 2020

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 927985
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 52 Pages
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海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會各國的金屬業界預測:2020年 GCC Metal Industry Outlook, 2020
出版日期: 2020年02月27日內容資訊: 英文 52 Pages
簡介

預測非石油經濟的多元政策、促進本地化、消費主義擴大將會帶動2020年的鋼鐵、非鐵業界成長。

本報告調查分析了海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會各國的金屬業界,提供了實績與預測、2020年的預測、設備容量、市場需求等體系化資訊。

目錄

執行摘要

調查範圍、部門區分

印度金屬業界的主要市場動向 - 鐵、非鐵、廢金屬

  • 金屬業界的主要動向
  • 廢金屬部門的主要動向
  • 動向1 - 大型活動的影響
  • 動向2 - 非石油經濟的多元化與下游業界的發展
  • 動向3 - 下游金屬業界的發展
  • 動向4 - 推動閉合迴路廢棄物管理

鋼鐵市場預測

  • 海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會鋼鐵市場 - 預測
  • 成品鋼需求的主要動向
  • 粗鋼的生產能力
  • 終端使用者業界的概要
  • 市場重點
  • 主要市場加入企業

海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會非鐵市場的預測

  • 海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會非鐵市場 - 預測
  • 一次鋁的生產能力
  • 鋁需求的主要動向
  • 終端使用者業界的概要 - 鋁
  • 銅需求的主要動向
  • 終端使用者業界的概要 - 銅
  • 主要市場加入企業

海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會廢金屬部門的預測

  • 海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會廢金屬部門 - 預測
  • 全球與海灣阿拉伯國家合作委員會的標竿管理
  • 廢金屬價值鏈
  • 主要市場加入企業

成長機會與推薦行動 (C2A)

  • 成長機會1 - 新功能與地理性擴大
  • 成長機會2 - 夥伴關係與投資
  • 成功、成長的策略要務

主要結論

附錄

目錄
Product Code: PAD7-113

Non-oil Economic Diversification Policies, Localization Drives, and Growing Consumerism will Boost Growth in the Ferrous and Non-ferrous Industries in 2020

The year 2020 is anticipated to be a step forward for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region's effort towards non-oil diversification and manufacturing sector growth. The nascence of the metal downstream industry has led to import dependency in the GCC.

Government initiatives towards the development of the downstream metal industry have resulted in its inclusion in a number of Vision documents across GCC member countries. This is anticipated to yield results in 2020. By 2030, the region is anticipated to establish itself as a net exporter of value-added products. Especially in KSA, where budget spends have been channelized towards industrial clusters and non-oil diversification through manufacturing expenditure, traction is expected in 2020. The UAE is anticipated to have increased FDI towards economic development through infrastructural and manufacturing activity starting in 2020 for the next five years. Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar are in the process of allocating budgets in line with their visionary growth plans.

The business environment is expected to be conducive for the existing opportunities-and the addressable import gap is a likely indicator of this factor. Value-added production is anticipated to be the key highlight in the steel industry, as regional governments provide domestic safeguard measures in the form of import duties. The aluminium and copper industries are likely to present new investment opportunities, especially in the KSA and UAE. The increasing focus upon the manufacturing sector and the demand for value-added products have been a new trend in the steel industry. Producers have been aligning their growth plans to cater to the domestic industry, which has up to now, been catered to by imports.

The global overcapacity in steel and the domestic demand downturn resulted in a lowered utilization rate for finished steel production in 2019. In terms of the aluminium market, the region continued to be a net exporter of primary metal due to minimal downstream demand.

Creation of a strategic roadmap for the downstream industrial development for metals has been a salient highlight during the past 2 years. This trend is expected to continue, with primary smelters looking at energy-efficient processes and liaising with new market participants to establish the downstream industry in the region. The region has historically been a net importer of semis, and value-added products. The nascence of the downstream industry provides significant growth opportunities for a new participant to liaise with the domestic talent to commence manufacturing in the region.

The GCC region also has access to new technology innovations. Partnering with reputed global firms will lead to higher operational efficiency and improved cash flows. This is an important factor to consider before making new investments into a region, which is faced with competition from lower-priced imports from Asian markets. Excess global capacity in steel, and lower domestic demand for aluminium and copper as compared to favourable, local export markets has led many foreign investors to consider Southeast Asia and countries such as India for geographic expansion. However, the conducive business environment that the GCC governments have been initiating, combined with lower energy costs, and availability of skilled manpower should be considered as attractive factors for considering the region for investment.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Highlights of 2019
  • Top Predictions for 2020
  • GCC Ferrous Market-Outlook for 2020
  • GCC Non-Ferrous Market-Outlook for 2020
  • GCC Scrap Metal Sector-Outlook for 2020
  • Installed Capacity in 2019
  • Market Demand-2019 and 2020

Research Scope and Segmentation

  • Research Scope

Key 2020 Market Trends in the Indian Metal Industry-Ferrous, Non-Ferrous, and Scrap Metal

  • Key 2020 Trends in the Metal Industry
  • Key 2020 Trends in the Scrap Metal Sector
  • Trend 1-Impact of Mega Events
  • Trend 2-Non-Oil Economic Diversification and Development of Downstream Industries
  • Trend 3-Downstream Metal Industry Development
  • Trend 4-Promotion of Closed-Loop Waste Management

Ferrous Market Outlook

  • GCC Ferrous Market-Outlook for 2020
  • Key Trends in the Demand for Finished Steel
  • Crude Steel Capacity
  • End User Industry Overview
  • Market Highlights for 2020
  • Key Market Participants

GCC Non-Ferrous Market Outlook

  • GCC Non-Ferrous Market-Outlook for 2020
  • Primary Aluminium Capacity
  • Key Trends in the Demand for Aluminium
  • End User Industry Overview-Aluminium
  • Key Trends in the Demand for Copper
  • End User Industry Overview-Copper
  • Key Market Participants

GCC Scrap Metal Sector Outlook

  • GCC Scrap Metal Sector-Outlook for 2020
  • Benchmarking GCC with the World
  • Scrap Metal Value Chain
  • Key Market Participants

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunity 1-New Capabilities and Geographic Expansion
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Partnerships and Investment
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions

  • Key Conclusions
  • Legal Disclaimer

Appendix

  • List of Acronyms Used
  • List of Exhibits
  • List of Exhibits (continued)