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Paint and ink dominate the development of organic pigments in China

with the rapid growth of printing, coating, plastic, fiber and other related industries at home and abroad, it has greatly promoted the development of China's organic pigment industry. According to statistics, the total output of organic pigments in China was 127000 tons in 2003, with a year-on-year increase of 32.4%. The output of organic pigments in China has accounted for 40% of the total output of the world. Since 2001, the annual growth rate of China's organic pigment production has been 21.35%. In 2003, China exported 86000 tons of organic pigments (including pigment printing paste and color masterbatch), with a year-on-year increase of 4.45%, and the export earnings increased by 18.83%. In the past three years, China's organic pigment export trade has increased at an average annual rate of 8.24%

after entering 2004, the domestic organic pigment industry has also been affected by the power shortage, the rise in the price of raw materials (generally more than 1 time), and the transportation price increase (about 50% or more). However, through the joint efforts of the whole industry, China's organic pigment industry has maintained a rapid growth rate, and the main economic indicators have been completed well. According to statistics, the output of organic pigments in China was 143600 tons in 2004, with a year-on-year increase of 1. Therefore, a series of impact tests have a definite meaning of 3.3%. The export of organic pigments in 2004 was 106000 tons (after deducting pigment printing paste, color masterbatch and other pigment finished products in the total export volume, the export of organic pigments is expected to be about 60000 tons). Compared with the same period last year, the amount of foreign exchange earned increased by 23.7% and $438million, with a year-on-year increase of 26.2%. There are seven provinces and cities with large export volume and foreign exchange earning volume of organic pigments in China, including Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Tianjin, Shandong and Hebei. In the first half of 2004, China imported 32800 tons of organic pigments, a year-on-year decrease of 2.9%, and the foreign exchange consumption was 168.36 million US dollars, a year-on-year increase of 15.1%

one of the main reasons for the rapid growth of organic pigments in China is that the rapid development of related industries and the rapid growth of demand for organic pigments have stimulated the development of the organic pigment industry. In recent years, the demand of ink market at home and abroad has maintained a rapid growth momentum. Paper and paperboard are common substrates for printing, with the largest consumption. Due to the great progress of the printing industry, the consumption of paper and paperboard in China has maintained the second level in the world since 1992, second only to the United States. In response, in 2001 and 2002, China's ink consumption was 220000 tons and 24100 tons respectively. The year-on-year growth in 2002 was 10.05%. In 2002, due to the sustained and rapid development and considerable progress of China's publishing and printing industry, the normal demand for ink in the domestic market increased significantly, resulting in a large gap in the supply of domestic ink market, resulting in a year-on-year increase of 28% in China's ink imports in 2002

according to the prediction of the ink industry, the annual consumption of ink in China will reach 300000 tons by the end of 2005. However, the per capita consumption of ink is still less than one twenty fourth of the world's top three average levels, the per capita consumption of printed matter is less than one twentieth of that of developed countries, and the per capita consumption of paper and paperboard is less than one thirteenth of that of the United States. This shows that China's ink market has great development potential and broad market prospects. Printing and packaging inks account for more than 60% of the demand for organic pigments. In recent years, the growth rate of international inks has remained at 5-6% per year. At present, the world's ink output has reached 302 million tons, adhering to independent innovation. China's ink production data in recent years can be saved in any hard disk partition, and the growth rate is maintained at more than 10%, currently more than 200000 tons. According to the prediction of the ink industry, China's ink output will reach 300000 tons/year in the next two years. The growth rate of plastics, coatings and other polymer related industries is also above 5%. Therefore, the market potential of organic pigments is still large. To sum up, in recent years, with the rapid growth of textile printing and dyeing, printing ink, paint, plastic and other polymer related industries, the development of the dye industry has been greatly promoted. China's dye industry has made great progress. The next step is to focus on the adjustment of product structure, develop high-performance dye varieties, improve product added value, and increase economic benefits. At the same time, the traditional dye varieties are constantly undergoing technological transformation to improve quality, so as to raise the overall level of China's dye industry to a new level


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