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It is reported that although the paint industry started late in China, its development is rapid. Nowadays, in the tide of economic development of low carbon and environmental protection, the coatings industry is developing towards water-based direction, and various innovative scientific research products are constantly introduced.
Under the pressure of overcapacity and environmental policy, the paint industry accelerated the pace of production last year. Due to the expansion of production capacity, the sales growth of coatings enterprises has obviously warmed up, which can be seen from the first quarter of China's coatings production.
In the first quarter of 2017, the total production of coatings in China reached 4.2668 million tons, an increase of 10.1% over the same period of last year. The top three provinces and municipalities in the production ranked showed a rapid development trend. Among them, the output of coatings in Guangdong Province was 89.12 million tons, an increase of 17.4%, that of coatings in Jiangsu Province was 535,300 tons, an increase of 8.8%, and that of coatings in Shanghai was 466,100 tons, an increase of 20.9%.
All of this indicates that the paint market in China is showing signs of warming. The recovery of the domestic market is absolutely a good thing for the industry, but this does not mean that we can only focus on the domestic market, but also on the markets of the countries adjacent to us.
Far from it, let's take a look at the India market which has recently attracted considerable attention from the industry. Affected by the good news, India's economy is expected to grow by 7.2% this year, up from 6.8% in 2016.
Moreover, India's demand for coatings is a welcome figure. India's market demand for coatings is about 3.1 million tons, of which 71% are decorative coatings and 29% are industrial coatings. Whether in construction or industrial applications, India's market is showing strong growth. The market demand of second-tier and third-tier cities is increasing. In fact, the growth rate of second-tier and third-tier cities has exceeded that of first-tier cities.
By 2016, India has grown at a compound annual growth rate of 13% over the past five years, which also indicates that India is developing into one of the major markets in the global paint and coatings industry. As India is a developing country, its consumption capacity is certainly not comparable to that of developed countries. However, for water paints, India has a huge market (because the blank area of India's market is still very large), especially in the field of civil construction. There are more than 3,000 coatings enterprises in India, and the production factories of civil construction coatings have been established. It has accounted for about 800 or more than 900.
At present, environmental protection paint is increasingly accepted by Indian consumers, and solvent-based paint is gradually being eliminated, which is a new trend of change. Enterprises adapting to this trend will have significant business opportunities in India coatings market. As a result, many brands have begun to enter the Indian market. According to the statistics of import and export commodities of the Customs, the total value of coatings, putty, colorants, ink and other products exported from China to India is 16.32 million US dollars. It can be seen that India has become the key export pair of coatings products in China. Elephants.
China and India are both large countries in the world, and their coatings market is very strong. With the continuous development of economy, China and India are subverting the world paint industry with their strong market vitality. Moreover, both China and India are developing countries, and environmental problems are deeply troubled by the two peoples.
Therefore, even though solvent-based coatings used to have more advantages than water paints in performance and construction links, with the progress of science and technology and the application of new materials, water paints have achieved breakthroughs in performance and quality.
In addition, water paint has also been widely used in various fields, the product gloss, service life, corrosion resistance and other hard indicators are not worse than solvent-based coatings, and some even better.
Large-scale paint companies have even begun to develop more sophisticated Aerospace paint and other high-end products, trying to push paint to a broader field. It can be seen that no matter in China, India or even the whole Asian region, water paint is gradually replacing the position of solvent-based coatings, becoming the preferred coatings for construction and industry.