From 2007 to 2011, sales of amines in the world increased by 15%: from 4.8 to 5.5 million tons. In 2008 and 2009, there was a decrease in the sale of amines in the world compared to previous years by 1% and 5%, respectively. The global economic crisis has greatly affected the market for these products: in 2008–2009, there was a decrease in the demand for amines from consuming industries. The largest decline in sales of these products in these years was observed in the Netherlands and Italy. For the period from 2007 to 2009, sales in these countries decreased by 85 and 74 thousand tons, respectively. In 2010-2011, there was a recovery in the world market for amines: in 2011, their natural sales increased by 22% compared to 2009.
In 2011, the largest sales of amines accounted for China, Germany and France. The total share of these countries in the sales of amines in 2007-2011 ranged from 37% in 2007 to 40% in 2009.
BusinesStat estimates that in 2012-2016, sales of amines in the world will continue to grow by an average of 4% per year. In 2016, sales reached 7 million tons. The increase in demand for these products will be due to the growth of consuming sectors: the pharmaceutical industry, manufacturers of plastics, dyes and insecticides.
"Analysis of the world market of amines in 2007-2011, forecast for 2012-2016" includes the most important data necessary for understanding the current market conditions and assessing the prospects for its development:
• Economy and population
• Amine production
• sales of amines
• External and internal trade in amines
• Import and export of amines
• Foreign trade prices of amines
The review provides current data on the volume of exports and imports of amines in the countries of the world.
Separately, the forecast for the 25 countries of the world leading in the production, export and import of amines is given: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, India, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea , Russian Federation, Singapore, Slovakia, USA, France, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Japan. These countries are referred to in the review as market leaders for amines.
Additionally, the import and export review contains current information on the types of amines:
• Methylamine, di- or trimethylamine and their salts
• Diethylamine and its salts
• Other acyclic monoamines and their derivatives and salts
• Ethylenediamine and its salts
• Hexamethylenediamine and its salts
• Acyclic polyamines, their other derivatives and salts
• Cycloalkane, cycloalkene and cycloterpene compounds of amines
• Aniline and its salts
• Aniline derivatives and their salts
• Toluidines and their derivatives and salts
• Diphenylamine and its derivatives and salts
• Naphthylamines and their derivatives and salts
• Other aromatic monoamines and their derivatives and salts
• Hmn-phenylenediamine, diaminotoluene and their derivatives and salts
• Aromatic polyamines other and their derivatives and salts
In preparing the review used official statistics:
• United Nations Statistics Division
• Commodity Trade Statistics
• Industrial Commodity Statistics
• International Trade Center
• Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
Along with the official statistics, the review presents the results of the international research of BusinesStat:
• Audit of trade in chemical products
• Survey of chemical industry experts
Categories: Industry / Chemical Industry
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