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Global And China Tin Industry 2018 : Forecast, Key Players And Trends

Research on Global and China Tin Industry, 2014-2018, focuses on the research on market demand and supply, price trend, and business performances of key enterprises in tin industry as well as the in-depth study on industry competition, downstream application and industry chain. In addition, this report also analyzes the business performances of 5 key enterprises, including: Yunnan Tin Company Limited, China Tin Group Co., Ltd, and Yunnan Chengfeng Non-Ferrous Metals Co., Ltd etc.

In 2013, the output of refined tin was about 334,700 t in global, and most of the main producers of refined tin decreased outputs to different degrees, with the exception of China, Brazil and Belgium.

Globally, the output of refined tin in top 10 manufacturers accounts for 74.32% of total output in the world. In 2013, the total output of refined tin in top 4 manufacturers (Yunnan Tin Company Limited in China, MSC in Malaysia, PTTimah in Indonesia and Minsur in Peru) was about 152,500 t, accounting for 45.56% of total output in world.

In 2013, the output of tin in China stood at 158,500 t, over 7.02% over last year, as the three largest provinces for tin production in China, the total output of tin in Yunnan, Hunan and Jiangxi accounted for 91.3% of total output in China. In Jan-Sep. 2014, the output of tin in China hit 132,300 t, up 20.3% over last year. There are some differences in production area distribution with 2013 because of the new tin resource found, Inner Mongolia become one of the main provinces for tin production. For more information on the report of "Research on Global and China Tin Industry, 2014-2018" available at .

In 2013, the usage requirement of non-ferrous metal items specifically the deep processing types is predicted to boost, as well as the entire operation environment of the market is likely to be greater than 2012. In the future three-five years, for the electronic tin soldering and tin plates, the competitive and miniaturized packaging elements with new in-built technology and low coating weight might use considerably less tin. But the urgency of mobile and intelligent terminals, lead-free and green tin chemicals along with the utilization of tin in the new energy along with other areas cannot just completely counterweigh the deduction trend but also create the huge contribution to the growth of tin requirement.

In recent years, because demand for tin increases sharply in China, Government strengthen the protection for such rare resources gradually, and China has levied 10% of export tariff on refined tin since 2008, in addition, the export quota is decreasing year by year in China, China has become the net refined tin-importing country. In 2013, the cumulative import volume of refined tin was 13,142 t, down 56.3% over 2012. The decrease of tin export in Indonesia also has certain influences on the import of tin in China. For any type of queries or inquire, feel free to ask at . (This is a premium report priced at US $1700 for single user PDF license).

Table of Contents

1. Introduction on Tin
1.1 Basic Concept of Tin

2. Overview of Tin Market Operation in Global
2.1 Reserves and Distribution of Tin Ore

3. Development Environment of Tin Industry in China
3.1 Economic Environment

4. Market Development of Tin in China
4.1 Reserves and Distribution of Tin Ore

5. Import & Export of Tin in China
5.1 Imports and Exports

6. Downstream Application Market of Tin
6.1 Market Application and Demand of Tin Solders

7. Key Enterprises in Tin Industry
7.1 Yunnan Tin Company Limited

8. Future Development Trends of Tin Industry
8.1 Supply and Demand Trends in China, 2014-2018

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