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Research on Global and China Tin Industry, 2013-2017

December 4, 2013

Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report: Research on Global and China Tin Industry, 2013-2017.

London (PRWEB) December 04, 2013

According to the Minerals Commodity Summaries 2012 issued by the Geological Survey of the US, the global proven reserves of tin resources are 4.8 million tons, mainly concentrating in China, Indonesia, Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, Malaysia and other regions. China’s reserves of tin resources rank the global first with the proven reserves of 1.5 million tons, accounting for 31.25% of the global proven reserves. The growth rate of the global proven reserves of resources is lower than that of mine development consumption; resource reserves show a decline trend.

In 2012, the total output of refined tin declined a little, which was mainly related to the following condition that the production enthusiasm of metallurgy enterprises was shocked because the downstream demand shrank and the cost of tin ore remained high. With the influence of continuous European debt crisis, Chinese domestic economy slowing the growth and other factors, in 2012, the price of tin at home and abroad rose first and then declined, the average price declining a lot compared with 2011 over the same time and leading to decline with different degree of tin and other major products’ sales average price. In the meanwhile, with the influence of tine ore resource tax’s year-on-year growth of 20 times in the cost of tin producing raw materials as well as decline of the cost of purchased raw materials etc., the gross profit margins of products appeared the decline with different degree.

In 2012, the global output of refined tin was 334,000 tons with the consumption of 345,000 tons, and for tin product, the supply was still less than demand. It is predicted that the trend that supply shortage will still continue in the future three years. By 2017, the global output of refined tin will reach 408,000 tons and the market demand will reach 410,000 tons.

According to Huidian Research, in 2013, the consumption demand of non-ferrous metal products especially the deep processing ones is expected to increase, and the overall operation environment of the industry may be better than 2012. In the future three-five years, for the electronic tin soldering and tin plates, the competitive and miniaturized package materials with new integrated technology and low coating weight may use less tin. But the emergency of mobile and intelligent terminals, lead-free and green tin chemicals as well as the application of tin in the new energy and other fields can not only completely counterweigh the deduction trend but also make the large contribution to the growth of tin demand.

Table of Contents

1. Brief Introduction of Tin

1.1 Basic Concepts of Tin

1.1.1 Brief Introduction

1.1.2 Property

1.2 Product Structure and Industry Chain of Tin

1.3 Reserves and Distribution of Tin Ore Resources in the World and China

1.3.1 Reserves and Distribution of Tin Ore Resources in the World

1.3.2 Reserves and Distribution Characteristics of Tin Ore Resources in China

2. Major Tin Market by Countries

2.1 Indonesia

2.2 Bolivia

2.3 Peru

3. Environment Analysis of China’s Metal Tin Industry

3.1 China Economic Development Environment

3.1.1 Macroeconomics

3.1.2 GDP

3.1.3 Fixed Asset Investment

3.1.4 Total Amount and Growth Rate of Imports and Exports

3.2 Policy Environment

4. Development Status Quo of Tin Ore Resources

4.1 Development Overview of Global and China Tin Industry

4.1.1 Development Overview of Global Tin Industry

4.1.2 Operation of China’s Tin Industry

4.2 Market Price Trends of Global Tin, 2009-2012

4.3 Market Price Trends and Supply & Demand of China’s Tin

4.4 Problems Existing in the Development of Tin Resources in China

5. Competitive Pattern of Tin Industry

5.1 Competitive Pattern of Global Tin Industry

5.2 Competitive Pattern of China’s Tin Industry

6. Imports and Exports of China’s Tin

6.1 Imports and Exports

6.2 Import and Export Volumes of China’s Tin and Tin Products

6.3 Export Quotas of China’s Tin and Tin Products

7. Downstream Application Market and Cost & Profit of the Industry

7.1 Application Market Overview of Global and China’s Refined Tin

7.1.1 Market Application and Demand of Tin Solders

7.1.2 Tin Plate

7.1.3 Application of Tin Stabilizer

7.1.4 Market Prospect of New Application Fields

7.2 Cost and Profit of China’s Tin Mining Industry

7.2.1 Cost

7.2.2 Profit

8. Major Enterprises

8.1 Yunnan Tin Company Limited

8.1.1 Company Profile

8.1.2 Operating Conditions

8.1.3 Competitiveness

8.2 China Tin Group Co., Ltd.

8.2.1 Company Profile

8.2.2 Operating Conditions

8.2.3 Competitiveness

8.3 Yunnan Chengfeng Non-Ferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

8.3.1 Company Profile

8.3.2 Operating Conditions

8.3.3 Competitiveness

8.4 Yunnan Gejiu Zili Metallurgy Co., Ltd.

8.4.1 Company Profile

8.4.2 Operating Conditions

8.4.3 Competitiveness

8.5 CNMC (Guangxi) PGMA Co., Ltd.

8.5.1 Company Profile

8.5.2 Operating Conditions

8.5.3 Competitiveness

9. Future Development Trends of Tin Industry

9.1 Development Trends of World Tin Industry

9.2 Development Trends of China’s Tin Industry

9.3 Development Trends of Tin Industry Application at Home and Abroad

10. Investment Prospect of China’s Metal Tin Industry

10.1 Investment Prospect

10.2 Development Conclusion and Suggestions

Companies Mentioned

Yunnan Tin Company Limited

China Tin Group Co., Ltd.

Yunnan Chengfeng Non-Ferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

Yunnan Gejiu Zili Metallurgy Co., Ltd.

CNMC (Guangxi) PGMA Co., Ltd.

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