GUANGZHOU, China--()--With over 10 years’ experience in market research in China, Asia-Pacific and global markets, CCM, a well-known Chinese consulting and publishing company is going to carry out a comprehensive research project for the TiO2 industry in China. According to CCM, the research project will focus on several key points related to the current situation and future development of the whole value chain of the TiO2 industry.
“Nowadays, most Chinese manufacturers have to face intense challenge and competition, due to the insufficient supplement of TiO2 feedstock. In addition, the ever changing situation of the overseas TiO2 market is severely impacting the development of China’s TiO2 industry”
Focusing on players of the TiO2 industry
In the project, CCM will put an emphasis on the research of different issues most concerned by the TiO2 industry players, including titanium mineral companies, TiO2 manufacturers and related downstream enterprises. CCM revealed that they would make a comprehensive and in-depth review of diverse facts and figures, including the price data, TiO2 marketing channels and the feedstock. In addition, the study of production methods and TiO2 technologies will be presented in the project.
Reliable methodology and immense database
Mr. Wu Zhonghui, Founder and General Manager of CCM, introduced that the research aims at studying the whole value chain of the TiO2 industry through a two-dimension model technology and an industry mapping method. Moreover, the research is based on a large amount of data obtained from CCM's own database and China Customs.
“With over 10 years’ experience in the study of China’s TiO2 industry, our company has established a close and long-term cooperation with several leading Chinese TiO2 companies and insiders, who have given great supports to our research with their opinions on the TiO2 industry,” added Mr. Wu.
Highlights of opportunities and challenges
According to Mr. Wu, CCM will conduct a preliminary analysis of opportunities for existing Chinese TiO2 companies and see what challenges they may encounter at present and in the near future. “Nowadays, most Chinese manufacturers have to face intense challenge and competition, due to the insufficient supplement of TiO2 feedstock. In addition, the ever changing situation of the overseas TiO2 market is severely impacting the development of China’s TiO2 industry,” remarked Mr. Wu.
Apart from the study of feedstock, CCM also placed an emphasis on the factors that may influence the prices of China’s TiO2 market. CCM has been conducting the price study on the Chinese TiO2 market for many years by utilizing the extensive accurate database and professionals’ insights to carry out the research.
CCM will also extend the research scope to the production method and consumption situation, for both are the key elements affecting the prices, opportunities and challenges of Chinese TiO2 industry. “Chinese manufacturers mainly adopt the sulphate process, rather than the chloride process used by international countries. In our research, we will give an analysis on this situation,” added Mr. Wu.
Global insights on China’s TiO2 industry
The global insights on China’s TiO2 industry are to be presented as well. CCM revealed that they would give some insightful predictions and advice on the possibilities and feasibilities of market entry for Chinese companies and overseas companies.
“Our project is in progress now. It is estimated to be completed by the end of March. We believe that it will provide a very good overview of the development situation of China's TiO2 industry. It will also be a useful consultancy tool to help you explore investment opportunities in both Chinese and overseas TiO2 markets,” concluded Mr. Wu.
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