The report “Amino Resin Market – by Types (Urea Formaldehyde, Melamine Formaldehyde, Melamine Urea Formaldehyde), Applications (Particle Board, MDF, Plywood, Laminates, Coatings) and Geography – Global Trends and Forecasts to 2018″ defines and segments the global market with analysis and forecasting of the global volume and revenue.
It also identifies driving and restraining factors for the global amino resin market with analysis of trends, opportunities, burning issues, winning imperatives, and challenges.
The market is segmented and revenues are forecasted on the basis of major regions such as:
- North America
- Asia-Pacific, and
- Rest of the World (ROW)
The key countries are covered and forecasted for each region. Further, market is segmented and revenues are forecasted on the basis of applications.
- 118 Market Data Tables
- 34 Figures
- 268 Pages and an in-depth Table of Content on Amino Resin Market.
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Amino resins are extensively used as wood adhesives in manufacture of particle board, plywood, and MDF. The other industrial applications of amino resins are in laminates, coatings, molding compound, adhesives, etc.
Asia-Pacific: A market place of Amino Resins
The amino resin industry is witnessing high growth on the account of growing demand in the Asia-Pacific region. China is the biggest producer and consumer of UF resin and MF resin. The domestic demand of wood panels in China is high due to rapid urbanization and cheap cost of finished wood products. The export of finished wood products is high to European countries from China. The other growing amino resin markets are Japan, Indonesia, India, and South Korea.
Key Market Players
Market players are concentrating on expanding geographical reach for success. Other development strategy which market players are engaged in is signing agreements & collaborations to optimize their distribution chain.
Particleboard production in China has experienced a rise in the 1980s, decline in the 1990s and rise again in 2000s. It’s an iterative process.
After Particleboard was abandoned by chinese customers due to poor quality and other reasons, many particleboard enterprises learned the lessons. The introduction of advanced production lines and improved technological level has driven the quality of particleboard in China up in recent years. Now particle board are accepted by customers again in China.
Data shows that: In December 2012, output of particleboard in China is about 1,391,600 cubic meters, with an increase of 7.06%. From January to December 2012, the National Particleboard production reached 12.89 million cubic meters, with an increase of 7.2%.
In view of different provinces, from January to December 2012, Fujian Province, particleboard production of 2,216,500 cubic meters has declined by 1.82%, accounting for 17.19% of the national output. Followed by Henan Province, Guangdong Province and Jiangsu Province; accounted for 12.11% of the total, 10.39% and 8.08%, respectively.
The particleboard industry in China has been developed rapidly, but the prevalence of small-scale, equipment and outdated technology, coupled with less attention to quality, using bark and MDF dust as raw material for particleboard, therefore, Chinese made particleboard are generally regarded as poor quality, also with excessive formaldehyde emission.
2013 particleboard industry is facing a re-shuffle. The good ones will survive.