China Sugar Manufacturing Industry Report, 2010-Published by ResearchInChina
ResearchInChina, the vertical portal for Chinese business intelligence, announces the release of a new report -China Sugar Manufacturing Industry Report, 2010.
- (1888PressRelease) May 12, 2011 - China is one of the major producers and consumers of sugar, the sugar output and consumption of China ranked the global 3rd and 2nd respectively in 2010. Sugar cane and sugar beet are the principal raw materials of sugar manufacturing in China; hereinto, sugar cane occupies approximately 90%. In regard to sugar output, affected by the output reduction of sugar cane resulted from the drought in 2009, China produced 10.738 million tons of sugar in 2009/10 crop year, a decrease of 1.692 million tons against the previous crop year, down 13.9%YoY.
As for sugar consumption, along with the rising living standards of Chinese residents and the rapid progress of sugar consumption industries like food industry and beverage industry, the sugar consumption in China has maintained 14 million tons or so in the recent years. In 2009/10 crop year, the actual consumption of sugar in China arrived at 13.79 million tons. Yet owing to the fact that the output failed to meet the demand, China imported 1.766 million tons of sugar in 2010, up 65.8%YoY.
The report underlines not only the current development, market size, supply & demand, import & export, and price trend of Chinese sugar manufacturing industry, but also the status quo of sugar manufacturing upstream & downstream industries as well as the operation and development strategy of some key enterprises.
Take Nanning Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. as an example. In 2010, the company acquired the operating income of RMB3.875 billion, up 9.7%YoY, and the net income of RMB172 million, up 29.5%YoY. Due to the underproduction of sugar cane, the machine-made sugar output of the company was merely 442 kilotons in 2010, down 21.8%YoY; nevertheless, the revenue from sugar manufacturing reached RMB2.36 billion, up 14.1%YoY, primarily due to the relatively high gross profit fueled by the high sugar price. In March 2011, Nanning Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. raised RMB500 million for the projects of sugar cane modernized demonstration base, the technical reform concerning low carbon and energy saving and emission reduction of industry chain, etc.; promisingly, the economic benefits of the company will expand further in the future.
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