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Assessment of China's Market for Membrane

DUBLIN, February 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8sz2rk/assessment_of) have announced the addition of the "Assessment of China's Market for Membrane" report to their offering.

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This Limited Publication Study (LPS) provides an in-depth understanding of the membrane market in Mainland China. This study covers the four types of polymer-based liquid filtration membrane: microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis membrane. The report is based on a study of the production, sales, distribution and application of membranes across China, and in their predominant end-user industries (target market). Included is a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the market's size, trends, development, key participants and opportunities.

This report is comprised of data and analysis of the China Membrane market and presents a predominantly supply-side view in terms of market numbers. In addition to suppliers, primary research covers channel influencers, customers and end-users, and industry experts. End-users are segmented by industry and general consumption trends are provided. End-user industries are: Water Production and Supply, Power, Chemical, Metallurgy, Electronics, Food & Beverage, and Pharmaceuticals.

The market study draws on a three month in-depth primary survey of 80 market suppliers, channel players and key customers. It is essential reading for any professional needing accurate and detailed strategic information of this market.

This study covers the four types of polymer-based liquid filtration membrane: microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis membrane.

Executive Summary:

Driven by favorable market conditions and strong downstream demand, double-digit growth in the Chinese membranes market is expected to continue in the coming years.

The author has published a report on the Chinese membranes market. The study finds that the market will grow at a compounded rate of around 16% per year, for the next few years. The biggest source of growth will come from the water production and supply industry; this is a direct result of the continued investments into water infrastructure by the Chinese government. The other key source of growth will be in the consumer based industries such as food & beverages. Although demand from industrial sectors will continue to grow, but it will be a much slower rate, due to the presence of overcapacity in some sectors.

Although the market is expected to grow at a fast rate, competition between suppliers is also expected to remain fierce within the market. Having the technological advantage and a better quality product, foreign suppliers remain dominant in this industry, with domestic suppliers competing mostly on price.

The report features in-depth analysis all four major product segments within the membranes market, these includes Reserve Osmosis, Ultrafiltration, Microfiltration and Nanofiltration. Some key finding in this report includes, market structure and segment analysis, output and capacity utilization rates, pricing and cost outlooks, five-year projections and assessment of key suppliers.

Companies Mentioned:

  • Dow Chemical
  • GE
  • Siemens
  • Koch
  • Hydranuatics
  • Litree
  • Beijing Origin
  • Woongjin
  • Microdyn-Nadir
  • Vontron
  • Inge
  • Tianjin Motimo
  • Toray Bluestar

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