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Production and Market of Turpentine in China

December 19, 2013

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Production and Market of Turpentine in China


China’s turpentine mainly refers to gum turpentine owing to the small amount of crude sulphate turpentine and wood turpentine. China has abundant pine resources, which ensures ample supply of oleoresin, gum rosin and gum turpentine. The domestic output of turpentine is mainly driven by the tapping of oleoresin and the production and market situation of gum rosin.

Nowadays, in China gum turpentine is mainly consumed to produce terpene resin, synthetic camphor, terpineol, etc. Along with the fast development of China’s gum turpentine derivatives, the overseas enterprises tend to purchase Chinese-made gum turpentine derivatives (such as synthetic camphor, terpineol, synthetic borneol, etc.) rather than gum turpentine.

Due to the unstable price, terpene resin faces strong competitiveness from petroleum resin, which causes the changeable production of terpene resin and the changeable demand for gum turpentine in China. With the fast development of synthetic perfumes, more and more gum turpentine has been or will be synthesized to essence & perfume in China.

This report analyzes the current and potential market for turpentine, mainly including gum turpentine and crude sulphate turpentine in China, and it includes the following as parts:
- Production in the past few years in China, as of H1 2013
- Price changes and key factors, as of July 2013
- Detailed analysis of export & import of Chinese gum turpentine in 2009-H1 2013
- Consumption structure in 2005-2012
- Key drivers and restraints
- Future forecast on the production, export and consumption in 2013-2017
Table of Contents

Executive summary 1
Introduction and methodology 3
1 Gum turpentine (GT) 6
1.1 Brief introduction 6
1.2 Production 10
1.3 Governmental policy and its influence 15
1.4 GT price 16
1.4.1 Influencing factors of price 16
1.4.2 Price in 2007-2012 17
1.4.3 Price in 2013 20
1.5 Import & export in 2009-H1 2013 21
1.5.1 Import 23
1.5.2 Export 24
1.6 Consumption situation of GT in China 28
1.6.1 Consumption pattern 28
1.6.2 Introduction of key end use 30
1.6.2.1 Pharmaceuticals 30
1.6.2.2 Solvent & cleaner 31
1.6.2.3 Others 31
1.6.3 Introduction of key derivatives 32
1.6.3.1 Pinene 33
1.6.3.2 Camphene 35
1.6.3.3 Synthetic camphor 36
1.6.3.4 Synthetic borneol 37
1.6.3.5 Terpineol 38
1.6.3.6 Terpene resin 39
1.6.3.7 Synthetic perfume 41
1.6.3.8 Bioactive compounds 43
1.7 Future forecast 44
1.7.1 Drivers and restraints 44
1.7.2 Outlook of GT in the future 46
2 Crude sulphate turpentine (CST) 50
2.1 Production 50
2.1.1 Information before 2010 50
2.1.2 Information after 2010 52
2.2 Price 54
2.3 Import & export 54
2.4 Consumption 54
2.4.1 Direct application 55
2.4.2 Derivatives 56
2.5 Future forecast 56
2.5.1 Drivers and restraints 56
2.5.2 Outlook of CST in the next ten years 56
3 Comparison between GT and CST 58
3.1 Comparison of turpentine availability between GT and CST 58
3.2 Turpentine availability trend of GT and CST in the following five to ten years 58
3.3 Suggestion for purchasing in China 58
4 Conclusion 60



LIST OF TABLES

Table 1.1-1 Technical specifications of different grades of GT (National Standard: GB/T 12901-91)
Table 1.1-2 Composition of various kinds of super-grade gum turpentine in China
Table 1.1-3 Composition of heavy-grade GT in China
Table 1.2-1 Number of gum turpentine producers in different regions of China, 2002-H1 2013
Table 1.2-2 Output distribution of gum turpentine in China, 2004-2012, tonne
Table 1.2-3 Active producers of gum turpentine with capacities of over 1,000t/a in China, 2011-2012
Table 1.5-1 Import & export of gum turpentine (HS code 38051000) in China, 2000-H1 2013
Table 1.5.2-1 Export destinations of turpentine in China, Jan. 2009-H1 2013
Table 1.6.1-1 Consumption pattern of gum turpentine in China before 2000
Table 1.6.1-2 Consumption pattern of gum turpentine in China, 2005-2012
Table 1.6.3-1 Development history of GT’s derivatives in China
Table 1.6.3.1-1 List of major 30 pinene producers in China, 2012
Table 1.6.3.1-2 Market price of pinene in China, Feb. 2012-July 2013
Table 1.6.3.2-1 List of major producers of camphene in China, H1 2013
Table 1.6.3.3-1 List of active synthetic camphor producers in China, H1 2013
Table 1.6.3.4-1 List of major synthetic borneol producers in China, H1 2013
Table 1.6.3.5-1 List of major terpineol producers in China, H1 2013
Table 1.6.3.6-1 Comparison of ?-terpene resin and ?-terpene resin
Table 1.6.3.6-2 List of some major producers of terpene resin in China, H1 2013
Table 1.6.3.7-1 Major producers of synthetic perfume in China, 2012
Table 2.1.1-1 CST and GT production in the world in 1996, tonne
Table 2.1.1-2 Comparison of main constituents of CST from China and America
Table 2.1.1-3 CST producers in China, 2002
Table 2.1.2-1 Previous/current pulp producers who don’t produce CST in 2012
Table 2.1.2-2 CST producers in China, H1 2013
Table 2.1.2-3 Capacity and output distribution of CST in China, as of 2012
Table 2.4-1 Consumption pattern of CST in China, 2012



LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1.2-1 Output of GT in China, 2004-H1 2013
Figure 1.4.2-1 Annual average market price of gum turpentine in China, 2007-2012
Figure 1.4.2-2 Market price of PE-based gum turpentine in China, 2008-2012
Figure 1.4.2-3 Market price of PM-based gum turpentine in China, 2008-2012
Figure 1.4.2-4 Market price of PKVL-based gum turpentine in Yunnan, 2008-2012
Figure 1.4.3-1 Market price of PM-based gum turpentine in China, Jan. 2013-July 2013
Figure 1.4.3-2 Market price of PE-based gum turpentine in China, Jan. 2013-July 2013
Figure 1.4.3-3 Market price of PKVL-based gum turpentine in Yunnan, Jan. 2013- July 2013
Figure 1.5.1-1 Monthly import volume of gum turpentine in China, 2009-2012, tonne
Figure 1.5.1-2 Monthly import volume of gum turpentine in China, H1 2013, tonne
Figure 1.5.1-3 Monthly import price of gum turpentine in China, 2009-H1 2013, USD/kg
Figure 1.5.2-1 Monthly export volume of gum turpentine in China, 2009-H1 2013, tonne
Figure 1.5.2-2 Monthly export price of gum turpentine in China, 2009-H1 2013, USD/kg
Figure 1.6.1-1 Consumption of gum turpentine in China, 2004-2012
Figure 1.6.1-2 Consumption situation of gum turpentine in China
Figure 1.6.3-1 Diagram of GT derivatives
Figure 1.6.3.2-1 Process flow of camphene
Figure 1.6.3.3-1 Basic flow chart to make synthetic camphor
Figure 1.6.3.4-1 Basic flow chart to make synthetic borneol
Figure 1.6.3.5-1 Annual export of terpineol in China, 1997-H1 2013
Figure 1.6.3.7-1 Production methods to synthesize dihydromyrcenol
Figure 1.7.2-1 Forecast on output of gum turpentine in China, 2013-2017
Figure 1.7.2-2 Forecast on export volume of gum turpentine in China, 2013-2017
Figure 1.7.2-3 Forecast on consumption of gum turpentine in China, 2013-2017
Figure 2.4-1 Consumption volume of CST in China, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012



Companies Mentioned

Guangdong Jiangmen Xinhui Overseas Chinese Industry Development Co., Ltd.
Guangxi Nanning Heli Rosin Plant
Yunnan Jinggu Forestry Co., Ltd.
Guangdong Zhaoqing Zhongbang Chemicals Co., Ltd.
Guangxi Wuzhou Pine Chemicals Co., Ltd.
Yunnan Huanan Rosin Factory
Guangxi Wuzhou Sun Shine Forestry & Chemicals Co., Ltd.
Fujian Shaxian Jinlong Perfume Chemicals Co., Ltd.


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