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Market Research of Phytol in China

Market Research of Phytol in China

Publishing Date : Jan, 2013

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Report Code : 478945

No of Pages : 26

Synopsis
It is the first edition for CCM to produce this phytol China report, which is finished in Jan. 2013.

As a high value-added product in the comprehensive utilization of silkworm resources, phytol has been extracted from silkworm feces and then used as the raw material of vitamin E since 1950s. Nevertheless, its output and the number of producers are still small at present. As of 2012, there are less than 10 phytol producers. Different from some overseas porducers who use natural plant as raw material in phytol production, phytol is produced as a by-product of chlorophyll series products extracting from silkworm feces in China. This results in the unique features of phytol production in China, such as producers (their distribution, production scale, product variety, price, export situation, etc.), production cost, production technology, IP issues, etc.

China is a big silk producer and has been exploring methods to comprehensive use of silk resource for years. With better use and deep processing of silkworm resources, phytol industry is gradually recognized and will have a big leap in future development.

Phytol was firstly used to synthetic vitamin E. After more than fifty years, it is mainly used in the field of vitamin K1, food additives, cosmetics, etc.. The demand for vitamin K1 in domestic market is stable while the food additives and cosmetics industries are growing rapidly. What's the specific consumption situations in these fields? Who will be the biggest consumers in domestic market? Who are the top phytol suppliers? Furthermore, there are many new application fields in China’s phytol market. How will the downstream demand for phytol change in the future? What are the key factors influencing phytol industry?

Based on these questions, this report makes a deep analysis from the following aspects:
- Current production situation of phytol in China, 2008–2012
- Raw material
- Production cost analysis
- Consumption situation
- Production technology of phytol
- Key industry factors and future forecast on phytol, 2013-2017
- Introduction to the main phytol producers in China

Companies Mentioned
Haining Fengming Chlorophyll Co., Ltd.
Shandong Guangtongbao Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd.
The Chlorophyll Factory of Hangzhou Electrochemical Group Co., Ltd.
Shandong Guangtongbao Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd.
Anhui Wanhe Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Index
1 Executive summary
2 Methodology
3 Market situation of phytol in China
3.1 Overview
3.2 Production situation
3.2.1 Distribution of producers across China
3.2.2 Capacity and output in 2008-2012
3.2.3 Production cost allocation analysis
3.3 Consumption situation
3.3.1 Vitamin K1
3.3.1.1 Overview
3.3.1.2 Supply and demand in 2008-2012
3.3.1.3 Consumption of phytol in vitamin K1
3.3.2 Food additives
3.3.3 Cosmetics
3.3.4 Others
4 Technology of phytol
4.1 Technology for extraction of phytol
4.2 Originality of technology
4.3 IP issue
5 Prediction of phytol development, 2013~2017
6 Appendix
6.1 Shandong Guangtongbao Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd.
6.2 Haining Fengming Chlorophyll Co., Ltd.
6.3 The Chlorophyll Factory of Hangzhou Electrochemical Group Co., Ltd.

LIST OF TABLES
Table 3.1-1 Main components of dry silkworm feces
Table 3.2.1-1 Basic information of main phytol producers in China, 2012
Table 3.2.1-2 Distribution of phytol by number of producers in China, 2012
Table 3.2.2-1 Capacity & production situation of phytol producers in China, 2008–2012
Table 3.2.2-2 Share of phytol output by producers in China, 2012
Table 3.2.3-1 Estimated production cost of 1 tonne of phytol, Jan. 2013
Table 3.3.1.1-1 Active producers' production situation for vitamin K1 in China, 2012
Table 3.3.1.1-2 Recommended intake volume of vitamin K in different groups of people
Table 4.3-1 Patent relating to phytol in China
Table 6.1-1 Production situation of phytol in Shandong Guangdongbao, 2012
Table 6.2-1 Production situation of phytol in Zhejiang Fengmiang, 2012

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 3.2.1-1 Distribution of phytol capacity in China, 2012
Figure 3.2.2-1 Capacity and output of phytol in China, 2008-2012
Figure 3.3-1 Consumption volume of phytol in China, 2008–2012
Figure 3.3-2 Consumption pattern of phytol by volume in China, 2012
Figure 3.3.1.2-1 Supply and demand of vitamin K1 in China, 2008–2012
Figure 3.3.1.3-1 Consumption volume of phytol in vitamin K1 production, 2008–2012
Figure 3.3.2-1 Total output of main food additive categories in China, 2007–2011
Figure 3.3.2-2 Consumption volume of phytol as food additives in China, 2008–2012
Figure 3.3.3-1 Sales value of cosmetics in China, 2007–2011
Figure 3.3.3-2 Consumption volume of phytol in cosmetics in China, 2008–2012
Figure 3.3.4-1 Consumption volume of phytol in other industries in China, 2008–2012
Figure 4.1-1 Flow chart of phytol production process
Figure 5-1 Per capita disposable income of urban residents in China, 2007–2011
Figure 5-2 Forecast on supply of phytol in China, 2013–2017
Figure 5-3 Forecast on consumption volume of phytol in China, 2013–2017
Figure 5-4 Forecast on consumption pattern of phytol by downstream industries in China, 2013–2017

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