Analysis of the development status of the coatings market and its future development trends

    According to statistics, from 2002 to 2007, the global coating industry output increased by nearly 5%, and annual sales revenue increased by 7%. In 2008, global coatings production totaled 36.6 million tons, an increase of 3% year-on-year; sales were US $ 101.5 billion, an increase of 3.1% year-on-year. Affected by the global financial crisis, the global coatings sales in 2009 were 95 billion US dollars, showing a negative growth. According to data from the World Paint and Coatings Industry Association (WPCIA), the global coatings industry resumed rapid growth in 2010, with a total output growth of about 8% year-on-year and an output value of more than $ 100 billion. In 2011, global coating output was approximately 35.4 million tons, with an output value It reached US $ 106.7 billion; in 2012, global coating production was approximately 39.82 million tons, with an output value exceeding US $ 120 billion; in 2013, global coating production was 41.75 million tons, with an output value of approximately US $ 127.3 billion. In 2014, the global paint and coatings market continued to grow, with output reaching 43.38 million tons, or approximately $ 132.3 billion. In 2015, the total global coatings output reached 61.5 million tons, with an output value of approximately USD 191.3 billion.

        The World Paint and Coatings Industry Association (WPCIA) estimates that from 2014 to 2018, the compound annual growth rate of world coatings output value will remain above 5%. From the perspective of the global distribution of the coatings industry, Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America are the regions of the global coatings industry. Currently, the top ten global coatings companies are all companies in these three regions. With the transfer of the global manufacturing industry to the Asia-Pacific region, the coatings production in the Asia-Pacific region has increased year by year and has become the world's largest coatings production region. From 2013 to 2015, the coatings production in the Asia-Pacific region accounted for 48%, 47%, and 42% of the global total. %, Especially China and India, a few countries with continuous growth, have become the focus of the world coatings market, and become a powerful engine driving the continuous development of the global coatings industry.

        Data from the National Bureau of Statistics and the China Coatings Industry Association show that in the early years of reform and opening up, China's annual output of coatings was about 500,000 tons, ranking eighth in the world. In 2002, China's total coating output was 201.57 million tons, ranking second in the world, second only to the world. The United States; and by 2009, China's coatings have overcome the adverse effects of the global financial crisis since 2008, with a total output of 7.554 million tons; in 2016, China's total coating production reached 18.898 million tons.

    Due to the imbalance of regional development in China and the agglomeration of industries, the regional characteristics of Chinese coatings production are relatively obvious. According to the China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation, in 2015, East China, South China and Central South regions were the main regions for Chinese coatings production. The three regions accounted for 34%, 22% and 14% of the output, respectively. Agglomeration characteristics.

        At present, China is the world's largest paint producer. According to statistics from the National Bureau of Statistics and the China Coatings Industry Association, the output of industrial enterprises above designated size in the coatings industry in 2016 reached 18,998,800 tons, which is calculated based on the global total coating output of about 64.575 million tons, accounting for nearly 29.42% of the global total output.

        Over the past 30 years of reform and opening up, the process of China's industrialization and urbanization has provided opportunities for rapid development of industrial coatings and architectural coatings. International coatings companies have set up production bases in China. Some domestic companies with certain independent research and development technologies have also emerged. A coating manufacturer that competes with international coatings giants. The technical level of China's coatings industry has progressed rapidly, the variety of coatings has become increasingly rich and perfect, and the output of coatings has also increased significantly.

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