|By PR Newswire||
|April 4, 2014 11:40 AM EDT||
DALLAS, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Influenced by the substitution of plastic, aluminum foil and other new packaging materials as well as the declining packaging material purchase prices incurred by the medical reform, China pharmaceutical glass packaging industry develops sluggishly. In 2013, China's pharmaceutical glass bottle market capacity amounted to 80 billion pieces with the weight of 250,000-300,000 tons.
Due to low entry barriers, Chinese pharmaceutical glass market is featured with serious overcapacity of medium and low-end products as well as the reliance of high-end products on imports. At present, developed countries prefer first-class waterproof neutral borosilicate glass, while China still in the main applies low borosilicate glass, sodium-calcium glass and "semi-neutral borosilicate glass" (its chemical stability cannot meet neutral requirements; the heavy metal content in glass is not defined clearly; dimensions are not accurate). As for prefilled injection system glass, China mainly relies on the import from foreign brands such as German Schott.
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The report involves the following:
- Market size, market demand, competition pattern, import & export and development trend of China pharmaceutical glass industry;
- Status quo, competition pattern and price analysis of China prefilled syringe industry;
- Operation, pharmaceutical glass business and development prospects of four global and six Chinese pharmaceutical glass packaging enterprises.
After years of development and competition, Chinese pharmaceutical glass market concentration degree is still not high, but there have been competitive leading players in some market segments mainly in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shandong.
Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass is the world's fifth and China's first medical glass (Class-I) producer. As one of top five Chinese prefilled syringe suppliers, Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass has the capacity of 50 million units/a, but it is still exploring the market with a rather low market share. Meanwhile, the company is a leading pharmaceutical molded bottle enterprise in China with the capacity of 10 billion units/a and about 70% market share.
Weigao is also one of the top five Chinese prefilled syringe suppliers. By virtue of preemptive advantages and perfect sales networks, Weigao sold 70 million prefilled syringes in 2013, holding about 60% market share in China.
German Schott has transferred from simple high-end pharmaceutical glass raw material supply to the combination of raw material supply and joint production of finished products. Its joint venture in China -- Schott Xin Kang Pharmaceutical Packaging Co., Ltd. can produce 1-1.5 billion pharmaceutical glass bottles (vials and ampule bottles) each year.
Germany Gerresheimerd conducts Plastic Systems, Moulded Glass, Tubular Glass and Life Science Research in China. However, the prefilled syringes from the company in China are not made in China but imported. In addition, Gerresheimerd and Shuangfeng Glass founded a high-end medical packaging material joint venture -- Gerresheimer Shuangfeng that has two subsidiaries located in Danyang city and Zhenjiang city, as well as three production sites (two in Danyang and one in Zhenjiang).
Comprehensive Table of Contents and more for the report "China Pharmaceutical Glass Packaging Industry Report, 2013-2016" is available at http://www.chinamarketresearchreports.com/114772.html .
Few Points from Table of Contents
List of Charts
Classification and Application of Pharmaceutical Glass
New-type Pharmaceutical Glass Packaging and Application
Pharmaceutical Glass Packaging Industry Chain
Output of Human Powder (Including Lyophiled Powder) and Injection in China, 2010-2013
China's Human LVP Output, 2010-2013
Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Chinese Veterinary Drug industry, 2007-2013
China's Glass Ampule Import and Export Volume, 2011-2013
China's Glass Ampule Import and Export Value, 2011-2013
China's Glass Ampule Import and Export Average Price, 2011-2013
Prefilled Syringe-use Materials
Prefilled Syringe Classification and Structure
Chinese Prefilled Syringe Suppliers and Their Products
Major Chinese Prefilled Enterprises and Their Capacity, 2013
Prices of Some Chinese Prefilled Pharmaceutical Packaging Products, 2010-2013
BD's Main Businesses
BD's Revenue and Operating Profit, FY2010-FY2013
BD's Revenue Structure (by Business), FY2012-FY2013
BD's Revenue Structure (by Region), FY2012-FY2013
BD's Medical Revenue (by Product), FY2011-FY2013
Gerresheimer's Revenue Structure (by Consumer Market), 2012
Gerresheimer's Revenue and Operating Profit, 2009-2013
Gerresheimer's Revenue (by Business), 2009-2013
Gerresheimer's Revenue Structure (by Region), 2012
Schott's Subsidiaries in China
Nipro's Revenue and Net Income, FY2010-FY2013
Nipro's Revenue Structure (by Business), FY2012-FY2013
Nipro's Revenue Structure (by Region), FY2013
Nipro's Glassware Revenue and % in Total Revenue, FY2012-FY2013
Nipro's Main Subsidiaries and Business in China
Main Products of Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass
Revenue and Net Income of Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass, 2008-2013
Operating Revenue of Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass (by Product), 2008-2013
Operating Revenue of Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass (by Region), 2008-2013
Gross Margin of Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass (by Product), 2008-2013
Revenue and Gross Margin of Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass (by Product), 2012-2016E
Weigao's Product Categories and Major Products
Weigao's Revenue and Net Income, 2009-2013
Weigao's Sales and Distribution Network, 2012
Output of Weigao's Main Products, 2011-2013
Weigao's Revenue Structure (by Product), 2009-2013
Revenue Structure of Weigao's Regular Medical Supplies, 2006-2013
Main High-value-added Products of Weigao's Regular Medical Supplies
Weigao's Revenue (by Region), 2008-2013
Weigao's Prefilled Syringe Output and Sales Revenue, 2011-2013
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