Monday, September 30, 2013

Find Hot News in Biomaterials China News 1309

Published on the 8th every month, Biomaterials China News is a monthly publication released by CCM. It offers timely update and close follow up of China’s various kind of Biomaterials market dynamics, analyze the market data and trends. Biomaterials China News including 12 to 14 topics in one issue per month, will bring you the latest information on the latest market dynamics, company dynamics, new biomaterials products, new biomaterials technology development, new legislations and policies and raw material supply dynamics that are shaping the market.

Following are headline news of the latest issue of Biomaterials China News:
China's import volume of castor oil and its derivatives increases in July 2013
In July 2013, China imported 31,989.7 tonnes of castor oil and its derivatives, with an average import price of USD1,323/t. The import volume increased while the import price decreased compared with that of June 2013.
China's import volume of dry cassava increases in July 2013
In July 2013, China's import volume of dry cassava increased, while the average import price was the same as the previous month.
PLA: import volume up while export volume down in July 2013
In July 2013, China's import and export volumes of PLA were approximately 990.2 tonnes and 23.6 tonnes respectively. The import volume increased sharply, while the export volume decreased compared to June 2013.
China's natural rubber price increases continuously since June 2013
China's natural rubber price has increased continuously since June 2013, following a sharp decline from Feb. to June 2013.
Jilin Province plans to develop PLA industry in 2013
The Jilin provincial government plans to strongly develop its PLA industry in 2013. Jilin's resources, technological strength and strong local government support of the PLA industry are key factors that will propagate the development of the PLA industry in Jilin province.
GranBio and Rhodia plan to build a bio-based n-butyl alcohol plant in Brazil
Hainan Biological Plastic Industrial Park to be constructed
Invista and SilicoLife to jointly develop bio-based 1,3-butadiene
Bio-based elastic staple fiber applied in home textile industry for the first time
On Aug. 16, 2013, DuPont and Hoi Hing Building jointly announced that their bio-based elastic staple fiber has been applied in the home textile industry for the first time.
HBUT: CO2 donor on fermentation production of succinic acid
Research from HBUT shows that CO2 can perfectly act as the donor on the production of succinic acid by bacterial fermentation. This will not only enhance the use of renewable resources from green plants instead of petroleum, but also increase the consumption of CO2 in the atmosphere, thus mitigating the greenhouse effect.
API Spa and Sacmi jointly develops a 100% biodegradable bottle cap
ICCAS develops a new biodegradable yarn
Shanxi Sanwei sees a sharp drop in net profit in H1 2013
Shanxi Sanwei reported a sharp drop in its net profit in H1 2013, due mainly to the weakening market demand and falling price of its main products.
Guangzhou City makes some progress in garbage classification in 2013
In H1 2013, Guangzhou has made some significant progress in its garbage classification project. This may help promote the development of China's biodegradable plastic industry, since biodegradable garbage bags are being used for garbage classification in this project.
China's BDO industry faces an overcapacity in Jan.-Aug. 2013
China's BDO industry still faces an overcapacity in the first eight months of 2013, resulting in declining price and manufacturers' unsatisfactory performance.
Wuhan Huali's biological plastic base to be completed soon
Wuhan Huali revealed that its biological plastic base, the biggest one in Asia, is expected to be completed at the end of Aug. 2013, with its production capacity expanding from 40,000t/a to 100,000t/a.
Bio-based PBT may become a potential growth point for biological industry
Bio-based PBT, one of the most popular engineering plastics, may become a new potential growth point in the biological industry.

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