Market Research Report
Global and China MO Source Industry Report, 2017-2021
|Published by||ResearchInChina||Product code||248743|
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|Global and China MO Source Industry Report, 2017-2021|
|Published: August 28, 2017||Content info: 92 Pages||
MO source (also known as high-purity metal organic compound) is a key raw material for producing semiconductor microstructure materials by use of MOVCD technology. Main products include trimethyl gallium, trimethyl indium, etc.
Global MO source demand reached 58.5 tons in 2016, a 4.1% increase from the year before. The main reasons for the growth recovery after a drop in 2015 stood out: firstly, downstream demand picked up; secondly, MOCVD ownership escalated, and capacity utilization and operating rate of plants grew steadily. Global MO source demand will keep an estimated CAGR of around 7.6% during 2017-2021.
As the world's biggest MO source producer and consumer, China takes up over 1/3 of global total capacity and consumes above 50% of MO source products. China's demand for MO source achieved about 30.7 tons in 2016, with a CAGR of 31.6% during 2010-2016, outperforming the global average, thanks to local governments' purchase subsidy polices for MOCVD equipment over the five years to 2015. In spite of a slower increase after subsidy halt, demand will still grow at an average of roughly 10% a year during 2017-2021 as downstream players continue expansion of their capacity.
Global MO source industry still presents an oligopoly pattern due to high technical barriers. Key manufacturers include DOW (the U.S.), Merck (Germany), AKZO Nobel (the Netherlands), Nata Opto-electronic (China) and Ube Industries (Japan). In 2016, CR5 boasted a concentration of above 85%, of which Nata Opto-electronic occupied the first place firmly with a market share of 1/4.
By upstream sectors, gallium and indium are the main raw materials of MO source, and China has largest gallium and indium reserves in the world, with marked superiorities in source. China's cost advantage keeps prominent for price of gallium and indium remained low and seldom surged over the years.
As for downstream sectors, over 80% of MO source is used in LED, mostly for LED chip manufacturing. In recent years, companies in Mainland China narrowed their gap with Taiwan and performed far better in price, delivery and market reaction as they improved capacity and technology. As a result, China's LED chip industry developed fast, registering a CAGR of 23.9% during 2010-2016.
Besides LED, MO source also finds application in solar cell, phase change memory and semiconductor laser.
Global and China MO Source Industry Report, 2017-2021 highlights the following: