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Reportlinker Adds World Markets for Fermentation Ingredients Report

September 3, 2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

World Markets for Fermentation Ingredients

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This Report States:

The global market for fermentation products is expected to increase from $15.9 billion in 2008 to $22.4 billion by the end of 2013, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.0%.

Amino acids have the largest share of the market, generating $5.4 billion in 2008. This is expected to reach $7.8 billion in 2013, for a CAGR of 7.6%.

Industrial enzyme applications have the second-largest share of the market and are expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.9%, from $3.2 billion in 2008 to an estimated $4.9 billion in 2013.

Chapter-1: SUMMARY

SUMMARY 6

SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 7

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR FERMENTATION PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 8

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR FERMENTATION PRODUCTS, 2008 AND 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 8

Chapter-2: OVERVIEW OF MAIN FERMENTATION CATEGORIES AND PRODUCTS

OVERVIEW OF MAIN FERMENTATION CATEGORIES AND PRODUCTS 9

FIGURE 1 CATEGORISATION OF INDUSTRIAL FERMENTATION PRODUCTS 10

MARKET DYNAMICS OF INDIVIDUAL FERMENTATION PRODUCTS 11

FERMENTATION OF ANTIBIOTICS 11

Classification 11

FIGURE 2 CATEGORIZATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL PRODUCTS 12

Highlights 2004–2008 12

Development of Consumption 13

TABLE 1 CONSUMPTION OF CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS BY REGION, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 13

TABLE 2 CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS CONSUMPTION BY PRODUCT GROUP, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 14

FIGURE 3 ESTIMATION ON HUMAN AND NONHUMAN USAGE OF CRUDE ANTIBIOTIC BY REGION, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 15

Price Developments 15

TABLE 3 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF CRUDE PENICILLIN PRICES, THROUGH 2008, ($/KG) 16

Market Value 16

TABLE 4 STRUCTURE OF CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS’ MARKET VALUE, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 16

Industry Structure 17

FIGURE 4 GLOBAL PRODUCTION OF CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS BY REGION, 2008 (%) 17

TABLE 5 PRODUCERS OF CRUDE FERMENTATION DERIVED ANTIBIOTICS IN EUROPE 18

TABLE 6 PRODUCERS OF CRUDE FERMENTATION DERIVED ANTIBIOTICS IN NORTH AMERICA 18

TABLE 7 MAJOR PRODUCERS OF CRUDE FERMENTATION DERIVED ANTIBIOTICS IN ASIA, THE MIDDLE EAST AND LATIN AMERICA 19

FIGURE 5 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (%) 20

Current and Future Demand 20

TABLE 8 GLOBAL CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST – VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 21

FERMENTATION OF ORGANIC ACIDS 21

Citric Acid 22

Highlights 2004-2008 22

Development of Consumption 23

TABLE 9 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF CITRIC ACID CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 23

FIGURE 6 STRUCTURE OF GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF CITRIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 TONS) 23

FIGURE 6 (CONTINUED) 24

TABLE 10 CONSUMPTION OF CITRIC ACID BY REGION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 24

Price Development 24

TABLE 11 DEVELOPMENT OF CITRIC ACID PRICES, 1983-2008 ($/KG) 25

Market Value 25

TABLE 12 MARKET VALUE OF CITRIC ACID BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 26

TABLE 13 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF CITRIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 26

FIGURE 7 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF CITRIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2008 (%) 27

Industry Structure 27

TABLE 14 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR CITRIC ACID MANUFACTURERS IN EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA AND LATIN AMERICA, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 27

TABLE 14 (CONTINUED) 28

TABLE 15 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR CITRIC ACID MANUFACTURERS IN ASIA AND IN THE REST OF THE WORLD, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 28

TABLE 15 (CONTINUED) 29

FIGURE 8 MARKET SHARES OF CITRIC ACID PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 29

FIGURE 8 (CONTINUED) 30

Current and Future Demand 30

Current . . . (Continued) 31

TABLE 16 GLOBAL CITRIC ACID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 32

Gluconic Acid 32

Highlights 2004-2008 32

Development of Consumption 33

TABLE 17 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF GLUCONIC ACID CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 33

FIGURE 9 CONSUMPTION OF GLUCONIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 34

TABLE 18 CONSUMPTION OF GLUCONIC ACID BY REGION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 35

Price Developments 35

Market Value 35

TABLE 19 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF GLUCONIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 35

Industry Structure 36

TABLE 20 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR GLUCONIC ACID MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 36

TABLE 21 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR GLUCONIC ACID PRODUCERS, 2004-2008 37

FIGURE 10 MARKET SHARES OF LEADING GLUCONIC ACID PRODUCERS, 2004-2008 37

Current and Future Demand 38

TABLE 22 GLOBAL GLUCONIC ACID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 39

Lactic Acid 39

Highlights 2004–2008 39

Development of Consumption 40

TABLE 23 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF LACTIC ACID CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 40

FIGURE 11 STRUCTURE OF GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF LACTIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 41

TABLE 24 CONSUMPTION OF LACTIC ACID BY REGION, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 42

Price Development 42

Market Value 42

TABLE 25 THE GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF LACTIC ACIDS BY APPLICATIONS, 2004 AND 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 43

Industry Structure 43

TABLE 26 CAPACITY AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR LACTIC ACID MANUFACTURERS IN WESTERN COUNTRIES AND IN BRAZIL, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 43

TABLE 26 (CONTINUED) 44

TABLE 27 CAPACITY AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR LACTIC ACID MANUFACTURERS IN ASIA, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 44

TABLE 27 (CONTINUED) 45

FIGURE 12 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR LACTIC ACID PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 46

Current and Future Demand 46

TABLE 28 STRUCTURE OF GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF LACTIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2008 AND 2013 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 47

TABLE 29 GLOBAL LACTIC ACID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 47

Itaconic Acid 47

Highlights 2004-2008 48

Development of Consumption 48

TABLE 30 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF ITACONIC ACID CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 49

TABLE 31 CONSUMPTION OF ITACONIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 49

TABLE 32 CONSUMPTION OF ITACONIC ACID BY REGION, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 49

Price Development 50

TABLE 33 DEVELOPMENT OF ITACONIC ACID PRICES, THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 50

Market Value 50

Industry Structure 50

TABLE 34 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR ITACONIC ACID MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 51

Current and Future Demand 51

TABLE 35 GLOBAL ITACONIC ACID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 52

Summary of Organic Acids 52

FIGURE 13 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF ORGANIC ACIDS BY TYPE, 2008 AND 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 53

FERMENTATION OF AMINO ACIDS 53

L-Lysine 54

Highlights 2004-2008 54

Development of Consumption 54

TABLE 36 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF L-LYSINE (AS HCL) CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 55

FIGURE 14 DEVELOPMENT OF L-LYSINE (AS HCL) CONSUMPTION BY REGION, 2000-2008 55

FIGURE 14 (CONTINUED) 56

Price Development 56

TABLE 37 DEVELOPMENT OF L-LYSINE (HCL) PRICES, THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 56

Market Value 57

TABLE 38 MARKET VALUE OF L-LYSINE (AS HCL) BY REGION, 2004 AND 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 57

Industry Structure 57

TABLE 39 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR L-LYSINE (AS HCL) MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 58

FIGURE 15 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR LYSINE PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 59

Current and Future Demand 59

TABLE 40 DEVELOPMENT OF L-LYSINE (HCL) CONSUMPTION BY REGION, THROUGH 2013 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 60

TABLE 41 GLOBAL L-LYSINE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 61

L-Threonine 61

Highlights 2004-2008 61

Development of Consumption 61

TABLE 42 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF THREONINE CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 62

FIGURE 16 CONSUMPTION OF THREONINE FOR FEED BY REGION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 62

FIGURE 16 (CONTINUED) 63

Price Developments 63

TABLE 43 DEVELOPMENT OF L-THREONINE (FEED GRADE) PRICES, THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 63

Market Value 64

TABLE 44 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF THREONINE BY REGION AND APPLICATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 64

Industry Structure 64

TABLE 45 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR L-THREONINE MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 64

TABLE 45 (CONTINUED) 65

FIGURE 17 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR L-THREONINE PRODUCERS (%) 65

FIGURE 17 (CONTINUED) 66

Current and Future Demand 66

TABLE 46 GLOBAL L-THREONINE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 66

TABLE 46 (CONTINUED) 67

L-Tryptophan 67

Highlights 2004-2008 67

Development of Consumption 67

TABLE 47 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF TRYPTOPHAN CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (METRIC TONS) 68

FIGURE 18 CONSUMPTION OF TRYPTOPHAN BY APPLICATION AND REGION, 2008 (METRIC TONS) 68

Price Development 69

TABLE 48 PRICE DEVELOPMENT OF TRYPTOPHAN BY GRADE, THROUGH 2008, ($/KG) 69

Market Value 69

TABLE 49 STRUCTURE OF TRYPTOPHAN MARKET VALUE BY REGION AND APPLICATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 70

Industry Structure 70

TABLE 50 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR TRYPTOPHANE MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 70

Current and Future Demand 70

TABLE 51 GLOBAL TRYPTOPHAN INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VOLUME, VALUE AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 71

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) 71

Highlights 2004-2008 71

Development of Consumption 72

TABLE 52 DEVELOPMENT OF GLOBAL MSG CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (MILLION METRIC TONS) 72

FIGURE 19 MSG CONSUMPTION BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, 2004 AND 2008 (MILLION TONS) 73

Price Development 73

Market Value 74

TABLE 53 MARKET VALUE OF MSG BY REGION, 2004 AND 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 74

Industry Structure 74

TABLE 54 PRODUCTION AND CAPACITIES OF MAJOR MSG PRODUCER, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 75

FIGURE 20 MARKET SHARES OF MSG PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 76

Current and Future Demand 76

TABLE 55 GLOBAL MSG INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 77

Summary of Fermentation Derived Amino Acids 78

FIGURE 21 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF FERMENTATION DERIVED AMINO ACIDS, 2008 AND 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 78

FERMENTATION OF POLYSACCHARIDES AND POLYMERS 79

Xanthan 79

Highlights 2004-2008 79

Development of Consumption 79

TABLE 56 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF XANTHAN CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 80

FIGURE 22 CONSUMPTION OF XANTHAN BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 80

TABLE 57 XANTHAN CONSUMPTION BY REGION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 81

Price Developments 81

TABLE 58 DEVELOPMENT OF XANTHAN PRICES, THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 82

Market Value 82

TABLE 59 MARKET VALUE OF XANTHAN BY REGION, 2004 AND 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 82

Industry Structure 82

TABLE 60 PRODUCTION AND CAPACITIES OF MAJOR XANTHAN MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 83

FIGURE 23 MARKET SHARES OF XANTHAN PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 84

Current and Future Demand 84

TABLE 61 GLOBAL XANTHAN INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST–VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 85

FERMENTATION OF INDUSTRIAL ENZYMES 85

Highlights 2004-2008 85

Development of Consumption 86

TABLE 62 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARKET VALUE OF INDUSTRIAL ENZYMES, THROUGH 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 87

FIGURE 24 DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARKET VALUE FOR INDUSTRIAL ENZYMES BY MAIN CATEGORIES ($ MILLIONS) 88

TABLE 63 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF ENZYMES USED IN DETERGENTS BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS/%) 89

TABLE 64 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF ENZYMES USED IN FOODS BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS/%) 89

TABLE 65 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF ENZYMES USED IN TEXTILE AND LEATHER BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS/%) 90

TABLE 66 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF ENZYMES USED IN FEED BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS/%) 90

TABLE 67 DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARKET VALUE OF ENZYMES USED FOR BIO-ETHANOL MANUFACTURING, THROUGH 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 91

Industry Structure 91

FIGURE 25 MARKET SHARES OF ENZYME PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 92

Current and Future Demand 92

Current and . . . (Continued) 93

TABLE 68 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL ENZYME INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST – VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 94

VITAMINS, CAROTENOIDS AND RELATED COMPOUNDS 94

Ascorbic Acid 94

Highlights 2004–2008 94

Development of Consumption 95

TABLE 69 DEVELOPMENT OF GLOBAL ASCORBIC ACID CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 95

FIGURE 26 GLOBAL ASCORBIC ACID CONSUMPTION BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 TONS) 96

TABLE 70 CONSUMPTION OF ASCORBIC ACID BY REGION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 97

Price Development 97

TABLE 71 PRICE DEVELOPMENT OF CRYSTALLINE ASCORBIC ACID, THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 98

Market Value 98

TABLE 72 STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ASCORBIC ACID MARKET VALUE, 2004 AND 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 98

Industry Structure 98

TABLE 73 PRODUCTION AND CAPACITY OF MAJOR VITAMIN C MANUFACTURERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 99

FIGURE 27 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR VITAMIN C PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 100

Current and Future Demand 100

TABLE 74 GLOBAL VITAMIN C INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST–VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 101

Riboflavin 101

Highlights 2004– 2008 101

Development of Consumption 102

TABLE 75 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF RIBOFLAVIN CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (METRIC TONS) 102

TABLE 76 STRUCTURE OF RIBOFLAVIN CONSUMPTION, 2008 (METRIC TONS/%) 102

Price Development 103

TABLE 77 DEVELOPMENT OF VITAMIN B2 PRICES THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 103

Market Value 103

TABLE 78 STRUCTURE OF RIBOFLAVIN MARKET VALUE BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 ($ MILLIONS/%) 104

Industry Structure 104

TABLE 79 CAPACITIES AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR RIBOFLAVIN PRODUCERS, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 105

FIGURE 28 MARKET SHARES OF RIBOFLAVIN PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 105

FIGURE 28 (CONTINUED) 106

Current and Future Demand 106

TABLE 80 GLOBAL RIBOFLAVIN INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST-VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 107

Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) 107

Highlights 2004-2008 107

Development of Consumption 107

TABLE 81 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF VITAMIN B12 CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (METRIC TONS) 108

FIGURE 29 CONSUMPTION OF VITAMIN B12 BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (METRIC TONS) 108

Price Developments 109

TABLE 82 DEVELOPMENT OF VITAMIN B12 PRICES, THROUGH 2008 ($1,000/KG) 109

Market Value 109

TABLE 83 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF VITAMIN B12 BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 109

Industry Structure 110

Current and Future Demand 110

TABLE 84 GLOBAL VITAMIN B12 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST–VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 110

Iso-Ascorbic Acid 111

Highlights 2004-2008 111

Development of Consumption 111

TABLE 85 GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT OF ISO-ASCORBIC ACID CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 111

FIGURE 30 CONSUMPTION OF ISO-ASCORBIC ACID BY APPLICATION, 2004 AND 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 112

Price Developments 112

TABLE 86 DEVELOPMENT OF ISO-ASCORBIC ACID PRICES, THROUGH 2008 ($/KG) 113

Market Value 113

TABLE 87 MARKET VALUE ISO-ASCORBIC ACID BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLION/%) 113

Industry Structure 114

FIGURE 31 MARKET SHARES OF ISO-ASCORBIC ACID PRODUCERS, 2008 (%) 114

Current and Future Demand 114

TABLE 88 GLOBAL ISO-ASCORBIC ACID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE FORECAST–VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE PRICE, THROUGH 2013 115

Carotenoids 115

Beta-Carotene 116

Astaxanthin 116

Lycopene 117

Summary of Fermentation Derived Vitamins, Carotenoids and Related Compounds 117

FIGURE 32 GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF FERMENTATION DERIVED VITAMINS, CAROTENOIDS AND RELATED COMPOUNDS, 2008 AND 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 118

Chapter-3: STARTUP PRODUCTS AND PROMISING LEADS

VALINE 119

METHIONINE 119

MALEIC ACID 120

FUMARIC ACID 120

SUCCINIC ACID 120

PROPANEDIOL 121

Chapter-4: SUMMARY OF THE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND PROFILES OF MAJOR COMPANIES INVOLVED IN FERMENTATION

SUMMARY OF INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 122

TABLE 89 GLOBAL MARKET FOR FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 122

TABLE 89 (CONTINUED) 123

FIGURE 33 CONTRIBUTION OF FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS TO GLOBAL MARKET VALUE, 2008 (%) 123

FIGURE 34 GENERATION OF GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF FERMENTATION PRODUCTS BY APPLICATION SECTOR, 2008 (%) 124

TABLE 90 GLOBAL MARKET FOR FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS BY REGION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 125

FIGURE 35 CONTRIBUTION OF DIFFERENT REGIONS TO THE GENERATION OF GLOBAL MARKET VALUE OF FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS, 2008 126

FIGURE 36 DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURE OF MARKET VALUE OF FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS, 2008 AND 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 127

TABLE 91 MARKET SHARES OF MAJOR MANUFACTURERS OF FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS, 2008 128

FIGURE 37 MARKET SHARES OF LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF FERMENTATION DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS, 2008 (%) 129

Chapter-5: COMPANY PROFILES

AJINOMOTO CO., INC. 130

DAESANG CORPORATION 131

DANISCO A/S 131

DSM 132

EVONIK INDUSTRIES AG 133

JUNGBUNZLAUER 133

NOVOZYME A/S 134

VEDAN 135

Chapter-6: FUTURE AVAILABILITY OF RAW MATERIALS

CONVERSION RATES AND GLOBAL CARBOHYDRATE DEMAND 136

TABLE 92 TYPICAL CARBOHYDRATE CONVERSION RATES FOR FERMENTATION PRODUCTS (%) 137

TABLE 93 CARBOHYDRATE DEMAND FOR MAJOR FERMENTATION PRODUCTS 138

TABLE 94 CARBOHYDRATE DEMAND FOR MAJOR FERMENTATION DERIVED PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2008 (1,000 METRIC TONS) 138

AVAILABILITY OF CARBOHYDRATES 139

CRYSTALLINE SUGAR 139

MOLASSES 139

HYDROLYSED STARCHES 140

TABLE 95 STARCH CONTENT OF DIFFERENT GRAINS AND TUBERS (%) 140

FIGURE 38 FACTORS DRIVING STARCH CROP UTILISATION 141

FIGURE 39 DEVELOPMENT OF UTILISATION RATIO FOR CEREALS (%) 142

FIGURE 40 DEVELOPMENT OF WHEAT AND CORN PRICES 143

Hydrolysed Starches (Continued) 144

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