Harriman Chemsult & CBI China Finalizing Report on Future of Chlorine & Caustic Soda Market in China

Written by Businesswire India | 29-01-2008 | Updated: Jan 29 2008, 23:02pm hrs
Harriman Chemsult & Chemease/CBI China are finalizing an important new report "China Chlorine and Caustic Soda 2008-2011" which explores the impact of China on global chlorinated derivatives and caustic soda balances.

The report covers the production of more than 200 chlor-alkali enterprises in China. In recent years, this production capacity has increased exponentially, and these new organizations have joined in the market to make China the major chlorinated derivatives and caustic soda supplier.

Comprehensive data include:

Chlor-alkali capacity by plant: production and average operating rates will be specified from 2007-2011

Major issues facing the Chinese chlorine and caustic soda markets, including pricing and price forecasts, production costs and margins, and future market prospects

Chlor-alkali demand: Chinese consumption by region and end use, main enterprises in major downstream chlorine end uses, and forecasts for these industries

International chlorine and caustic soda trade: both intra-regional and extra-regional trade, major exporters and importers, and future outlooks

Important regulations and policies, and the impact they have on the China chlorine and caustic soda market

Acquiring reliable data on the Chinese industry can be an issue, but China Chlorine & Caustic Soda 2008-2011 is a major collaboration between Harriman Chemsult of London and CBI China, so it offers a detailed insight into the industry from both international and local viewpoints. Since it is produced in collaboration with experts in China, it offers an excellent source of data and information on the Chinese market.

"This report is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the global chlor-alkali business, or planning to conduct business in China" says Stephen Harriman (Stephen@harriman.co.uk), Founder and Managing Director of Harriman Chemsult.

"We are proud to launch this outstanding report in co-operation with our respected partners, Chemease. We continue to develop world-class publications with them on chlor-alkali as well as other exciting China products in related sectors" said Lyn Tattum (Ltattum@chemweek.com), Group Vice President, Access Intelligence Chemical Business Media.

The report can be obtained for GBP 1750, which includes international delivery costs and is available for order now.