The hottest papermaking industry maintains steady

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Papermaking has maintained stable development

overall, the national papermaking industry remained relatively stable development in 2001. It is estimated that the total national output of paper and paperboard will be about 32.75 million tons, an increase of about 6% over 30.9 million tons in 2000; The consumption is more than 38 million tons, an increase of about 5.2% over the 36.16 million tons in 2000, but the overall profitability will be difficult to grow synchronously with production and sales

China's paper industry should pay close attention to the main electricity when feeding. 8. The digital display spring experimental machine has two-level limit protection of program control and machinery. The machine flow meter and various indicators instigate the change of state. It is one of the few industries in China that the total supply exceeds the demand. In recent years, the annual gap is about 6million tons, mainly concentrated in high-grade paper and paperboard. In the first half of 2001, the import of all kinds of paper and paperboard was 2.635 million tons, a decrease of 16.4% over the same period last year, and the import of paper products showed a downward trend

in the first half of 2001, the recovery of the international paper industry after more than two years has basically come to an end, that is, the gradual recovery of pulp prices from the beginning of 1999 has gradually led to the rise of global paper prices. By September 2000, the price of long fiber pulp had risen from about $500/ton at the beginning of 1999 to about $710/ton; The price of short fiber rose from about $450/ton at the beginning of 1999 to about $650/ton in September 2000; The increase rate is more than 40%. Correspondingly, the price of finished paper has also increased significantly. The prices of paper, coated paper for high-end books and periodicals printing, and Coated Whiteboard for gift high-end packaging have all increased by more than 30%. However, by the fourth quarter of 2000, the inventory of pulp and the momentum of production and supply had exceeded the demand. By the second quarter of 2001, after maintaining the high international pulp price for several months, it began to decline significantly. This downward trend has continued until now. The total industrial output value and total sales volume of the whole paper industry have reached more than 50billion yuan. The price of pulp is almost the same as that at the beginning of 1999, The price of finished paper also fell correspondingly. Affected by this, the price of domestic paper products has also obviously felt the pressure of the market since the second quarter of 2001, and some products have begun to reduce prices. After July, reducing prices has become an inevitable choice for many enterprises

however, the biggest factor affecting the domestic paper industry is the continuous production of many new companies or new production lines in the past two years. Due to the large market demand and the relatively insufficient investment in the paper industry for a long time in the past, there has been a long-term gap between domestic supply and demand, which has attracted a large number of funds in recent years. At present, domestic enterprises with a scale of about 100000 tons have carried out technological transformation and launched new production lines, and new enterprises have made extraordinary efforts. A production line can reach the scale of more than 100000 tons, and the starting point is quite high. Therefore, it can be expected that the new production capacity will compete fiercely with imported paper products, including the competition between domestic peers. This year, due to the intensification of market competition, the price of high-grade paper has been reduced by a larger margin than that of medium and low-grade paper products. In 2000, the domestic paper industry had a strong market demand, but the import volume of almost all major varieties has decreased to a certain extent, which shows that the domestic paper industry has launched a strong challenge to imported paper products

considering the severe deformation of sheet metal due to bumps and collisions after China's entry into the WTO, it will not cause too much impact on the domestic paper industry, but only increase the intensity of competition to a certain extent. The focus of competition is mainly on high-end paper products that account for about 25% of the market share. The reason why it will not be greatly impacted after China's accession to the WTO is that the domestic market demand for high-grade paper will grow rapidly; Second, some domestic companies have the ability to replace imports. In 2001, although the sales scale of many domestic enterprises increased to a certain extent, the profit level was not ideal

from the perspective of the Tenth Five Year Plan and the market supply and demand situation of the paper industry, the production and sales scale of China's paper industry will continue to grow by 5-6% in 2002. Reflected in the product structure, the competition of medium and high-end paper products will be more intense. With the reduction of prices, it will directly threaten the survival of many small and medium-sized paper mills. It is an important part of the development of China's paper industry in the next few years to expand the scale and reduce costs through restructuring and mergers

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