Market Research Report
Aluminum Containing Raw Materials for Production of Refractories Production, Market and Forecast in the CIS
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|Aluminum Containing Raw Materials for Production of Refractories Production, Market and Forecast in the CIS|
|Published: May 31, 2012||Content info:||
The report is devoted to investigation of current standing of market of refractory clay and kaolin for the production of refractories in the CIS and forecast of its development up to 2020. The report consists of 8 Sections, contains 154 pages including 67 tables, 58 figures and 2 applications.
As information sources, data of Federal State Statistics Service (FSSS), OAO "RZD" (statistics of rail transportation), Federal Customs Service, State Customs Service of Ukraine (data on foreign trade operations), Republic of Kazakhstan Agency on Statistics, Databases UN . Also, data of the Committee on Statistics of CIS countries, companies, the database of "InfoMine", as well as materials and media reports of issuers.
The first and second chapters of the report presents data on reserves and deposits of refractory clays and kaolin in the CIS countries (Russia, Ukraine, etc.).
In the third chapter of the report presents data on volumes of mining of refractory clays and kaolin in the CIS countries (Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan) in 2008-2011.
This section describes the statistics of mining production in the CIS, the regional structure of production, and also presents data on volumes of production of refractory clays and kaolins individual enterprises. Also in this chapter analyzes the current state of the leading players in the refractory clays of the CIS, including information on available production capacity.
The fourth chapter analyzes the foreign trade of CIS countries (Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan) with refractory clay and kaolin. The data on exports and imports of the product in bulk and in money terms, regional structure of supplies, identified the major suppliers and consumers.
In the fifth chapter of the report devoted to the consumption of refractory clay and kaolin, are supply-demand balances of these products in CIS countries (Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan) in 2008-2011, assessed the dynamics of "apparent" consumption of refractory clay and kaolin. It also provides information about the main Russian company-consumers of the products for the production of refractories.
The sixth chapter is devoted to a brief review of the additional aluminum-containing materials used in the production of refractories in Russia.
In the seventh chapter presents an analysis of price and different brands of vintage fire clay and kaolin LPG used for the production of refractories.
In this section, the dynamics of price changes of refractory clay and kaolin on the domestic Russian market in recent years, an overview of import prices.
The eighth and final chapter of the report is devoted to forecast of production and consumption of refractory clay and kaolin in the CIS (Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan) in 2012-2020.
Appendix presents contact information on the main producers and consumers of refractory clay and kaolin in the CIS.
Appendix 1. Contact information on producers and consumers of refractory clay and kaolin in the CIS
Appendix 2. The main properties of refractory clays mined OAO "Severo-Onega Bauxite Mine"