In 2009, China's plastic products production rebounded to increase before production and sales

China is a big global plastics producer and consumer, but in the past 2009, after the global financial turmoil and the baptism of the world economic crisis, China's plastics industry has also experienced a process from low to rebound and then rebound. Because of self-confidence, it is successful! At a time when the news of the deterioration of the global light industry has come to the fore, China has not changed and responded positively. In 2009, 4 trillion yuan of economic stimulus policies to stimulate domestic demand, the plastics-related industries such as home appliances going to the countryside and cars going to the countryside have undoubtedly played a decisive role in China's economic recovery. At the same time, local governments have successively launched information highways and SMEs. The promotion plan, especially the petrochemical and light industry adjustment and revitalization plan, is a powerful driving force for the rapid development of China's manufacturing industry. In 2009, the total output value of China's plastic products industry was 1,098.28 billion yuan, an increase of 13.48% compared with 2008. The output of plastic products of the above enterprises reached 44.792 million tons, an increase of 10.64%.

In 2009, China's plastic products production rebounded to increase before production and sales

In 2009, there were 19,278 enterprises on the scale of plastic products, with an average of more than 2.4 million employees. The total industrial output value was 1,09.28 billion yuan, an increase of 13.48%, a decrease of about 7 percentage points over the previous year. The output value of new products was 56.109 billion yuan, up 7.77% year-on-year; the industrial sales value was 1071.47 billion yuan, up 13.12% year-on-year, and the production and sales rate was 97.47%; of which the export delivery value was 179.857 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of -4.74%. It can be seen that China's plastics processing industry has shaken off the impact of the international financial crisis, production and sales have resumed growth, and major economic indicators have rebounded sharply.

In 2009, when the financial crisis was difficult, the output of plastic products of enterprises above designated size reached 44,792,800 tons, an increase of 10.64% year-on-year; the production of plastic products rose month by month from April, which was basically the same as the increase of 10.10% in 2008. In 2009, China's plastics industry still maintained relatively strong market demand and development potential.

In addition to the negative growth of other plastic products, agricultural film, plastic pipes, plastic bar profiles, plastic wire and woven products, plastic crates and containers have all increased by more than 18%. Among them, plastic pipes and plastic woven products are the first to recover from the financial crisis.

There are more than 7,300 plastic knitting enterprises in China, employing more than 400,000 people. There are about 220,000 circular weaving machines of various types, with an annual production capacity of about 8.8 million tons. In 2009, the output of plastic silk and woven products of enterprises above designated size reached 5.8156 million tons, an increase of 26.58% year-on-year, accounting for 13% of the total output of plastic products in the country. It is the second largest plastic packaging product except plastic film. Since 2005, the annual growth rate of woven products has been between 23.83-31.51%, which is a high-speed development trend. After market segmentation and continuous expansion of new application areas, remarkable results have been achieved during the 11th Five-Year Plan period, even during the financial crisis.

The growth of foam plastic and plastic crates and containers is similar to that of thin films, with output of 1,870,500 tons and 2,745,500 tons, respectively, achieving an increase of 15.81% and 20.67%, respectively, changing the trend of low growth and negative growth in 2008, in the financial crisis. The tide has risen against the market and achieved good results.

The plastic hollow products industry has undergone major changes. New raw materials, new technologies, and new equipment are emerging one after another, and product updates are fast. The product structure has developed rapidly from a single small packaging barrel and bottle to a variety of varieties, diversification, large-scale, and functionalization. The broad market of beverages, beer, mineral water, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, daily cosmetics, and automobiles continues to grow, which has promoted the development of plastic hollow products. According to relevant data, in 2009, the total output of plastic hollow products (plastic bottles, plastic barrels, plastic boxes, plastic trays, etc.) exceeded 5 million tons. In 2009, the output of plastic containers and containers of enterprises above designated size was 2,744,900 tons, an increase of 20.67% year-on-year, which was a high value in recent years.

China's pallets use more than 900 million, and the annual growth will remain above 15%. Plastic pallets and plastic-wood composite pallets save wood, insects (light-shouldered beetle), water and moisture resistance, weather resistance, high strength, good elasticity, and can be used repeatedly, and can be continuously produced, compared with traditional wood. The turnover rate of the pallets has increased by 3-5 times, and the advantages are outstanding. At present, the domestic demand is about 20 million, which has broad development space.

The advantages of degradable plastics are presented, and the development of the industry is maturing

The demand for bio-based and degradable plastics is growing rapidly in today's increasingly global supply of petroleum resources and the growing environmental problems caused by petroleum-based synthetic plastics. At the Copenhagen conference in December 2009, the “low-carbon economy” became the focus of hot discussion. The bio-based materials made from renewable resources have attracted worldwide attention and become a hot spot in the development of plastics.

Degradable plastics use renewable energy to replace petrochemical resources; reduce carbon dioxide emissions, prevent greenhouse effect; promote environmental protection, reduce white pollution; partially solve the problems of agriculture, rural areas, break through trade barriers, and improve the image of enterprises and industries. The sustainable development of the plastics industry.

At present, biodegradable materials mainly include natural polymer materials, carbon dioxide copolymers, polyhydroxyalkanoates (including PHB and PHBV, etc.), polylactic acid, polycaprolactone, and polybutylene succinate. In 2009, there were more than 180 companies engaged in biodegradable plastics, with a production capacity of about 100,000 tons/year and an actual production of about 50,000 tons. It is estimated that the production capacity will reach 500,000 tons in 2015.

In the future, we will promote the production of bio-based biodegradable plastic raw materials, strengthen processing and molding technology, and expand the production scale of natural polymer materials to meet the growing needs. Encourage the biosynthesis of bio-based degradable plastics such as polylactic acid and polyhydroxyalkanoate by non-grain raw materials, expand the production capacity of other chemically synthesized biodegradable plastics, improve the blending processing technology of materials such as starch-based plastics, and promote the production and application of degradable plastics in China. In the international leading position.



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