Friday, June 28, 2013

Background Information Introduction of Pesticide Industrial Parks in China

As one of the largest pesticide production and export countries in the world, China has witnessed continuous growth in its pesticide output and export in recent years. Its pesticide TC output in 2012 reached 3,549,090 tonnes, exceeding 3 million tonnes for the first time, according to China Crop Protection Monthly Report issued by CCM in May.
Although China’s pesticide industry has experienced fast development in recent years, some negative problems have been generated at the same time, such as the recurrence of "three wastes" (waste gas, waste water and industrial residue), the plight of overcapacity, irrational competition, lack of world-famous brands and low added value.
During the planning stage, the establishment of pesticide industrial parks is believed to be helpful to coordinate pesticide industrial integration. What's more, with reasonable resource allocation and effective environmental protection, it is a good way to optimize industrial structure and achieve greater economic benefits. As the majority of Chinese pesticide companies are not armed with the equipment, technology and other conditions to deal with industrial waste, the facilities of pesticide industrial parks help to tackle it. In recent years, most pesticide companies have moved their production sites into industrial parks so that they can cope with waste gas, waste water and industrial residue. The relocation to industrial parks is also beneficial because it helps integrate various resources, and better supports companies in R&D and QC. Therefore, the Chinese Central Government encourages pesticide manufacturers to relocate to industrial parks.
China began the planning of industrial parks for pesticide companies in 2004. At the end of 2005, the first was set up in Yangkou Chemical Industrial Park in Rudong County, Jiangsu Province by the joint efforts of the China Crop Protection Industry Association (CCPIA) and Rudong County Government. At present, with the encouragement and support from both central and local governments, Rudong County Yangkou Chemical Industrial Park in Jiangsu Province is a leading industrial park in China. Aiming to create an environmentally-friendly industrial park, Yangkou Chemical Industrial Park has made great achievements in environmental protection and safety maintenance, together with capacity for chemical products. At the beginning of 2006, the CCPIA signed an agreement with Weifang Binhai Economic Development Zone in Shandong Province to co-establish another industrial park for pesticide companies in northern China, namely Northern China Pesticide Industry Park. After that, pesticide industrial parks were founded step by step in Nanjing, Changzhou, Taizhou, Taixing, Rugao, etc.
So far, there are more than 390 pesticide industrial parks in China and more parks are under construction. The strategic adjustment of the pesticide industry in China is being realized through pesticide manufacturers' relocation into pesticide industrial parks. Relocation to pesticide industrial parks was one of the key aims for China's pesticide industry in 2010 and 2011.

Factors Accelerate Pesticide Players' Move into Pesticide Industrial Parks
Related Policies Concerning Pesticide Industrial Parks in Recent Years
Top 10 Pesticide Industrial Parks in China
Rudong County Yangkou Chemical Industrial Park
Weifang Binhai Economic Development Area Lin'gang Chemical Industrial Park
Lianyungang Chemical Industrial Park
Yancheng Yanhai Chemical Industrial Park
China Fine Chemicals (Taixing) Development Park
Nanjing Chemical Industry Park
Dongzhi County Xiangyu Chemical Industrial Park
Dafeng Port Economic Zone
Linxiang Industrial Park Ruxi Industrial Zone
Changde Deshan Economic Development Zone
Conclusions and New Pesticide Production Lines Investment Suggestions

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