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Research and Markets: Global and Chinese Consumer Electronic Lithium Battery Industry Report, 2011-2012

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/tmc9rq/global_and_chinese) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Consumer Electronic Lithium Battery Industry Report, 2011-2012" report to their offering.

In 2011, the global shipment of lithium battery cell for consumer electronics reached 4,309 million units; in 2012, the figure will be 4,758 million units. In 2011, the global consumer electronic lithium battery cell market valued USD 8,499 million; in 2012, the value will rise to USD9, 627 million.

The global consumer electronic lithium battery industry was pioneered by Japanese manufacturers. In 2005, with the emergence of Chinese companies represented by BYD, China, Japan and South Korea divided up the global market. Since 2010, Chinese companies has recessed, while South Korean peers has been speeding up their pace, with whom Japanese companies can compete by dint of its superiority in technology.

In 2011, the most conspicuous change in the market rested with the substantial increase in the shipment of lithium polymer battery. Lithium polymer battery is ultra-thin, and the thinner is, the easier production becomes; but, its demerit is the lower energy density. For Tablet PC and Ultrabook, lithium polymer battery is the only choice. For mobile phone manufacturers, if the energy density of lithium polymer battery can be further improved, they will use the battery more often. However, all of Apple's MacBook, iPhone, iPad and iPod adopt lithium polymer battery for thin shape and light weight. Lithium polymer battery must be customized, as usual imbedded in products and irreplaceable.

As investors foresee the bright future of the lithium battery industry, the investment in the field of lithium battery materials throve in 2010, featuring fierce market competition. Particularly for cathode materials, the average price of lithium cobalt oxide fell by 16% year on year in 2011. The cathode material revenue of Ningbo Shanshan Co., Ltd which is the largest cathode material producer declined by more than 30% and made a loss of RMB4.21 million in 2011.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Overview of Lithium Battery Industry

1.1 Brief Introduction to Lithium Battery

1.2 Lithium Battery Manufacturing Process

1.3 Global Lithium Battery Market Size

1.4 Geographical Pattern of Global Lithium Battery Industry

1.5 China Lithium Battery Industry

1.6 Ranking in Global Lithium Battery Industry

1.7 Lithium Battery Industry Chain

1.8 Lithium Polymer Battery

2 Lithium Battery Market

2.1 Mobile Phone Market

2.2 Global Mobile Phone Industry

2.3 Mobile Phone Battery Market Share

2.4 Laptop Market

2.5 Tablet PC Battery and Ultrabook Battery

3 Lithium Battery Cathode

3.1 Brief Introduction

3.3 Market Trend

3.4 Global Pattern

3.5 Chinese Pattern

3.6 Manufacturers

4 Lithium Battery Anode

4.1 Brief Introduction

4.2 Industry Structure

4.3 Chinese Pattern

4.4 Manufacturers

5 Lithium Battery Separator

5.1 Brief Introduction

5.2 Global Pattern

5.3 Manufacturers

6 Lithium Battery Electrolyte

6.1 Brief Introduction

6.2 LiPF6

6.3 Industry Structure

6.4 Chinese Pattern

6.5 Manufacturers

7 Lithium Battery Companies

Companies Mentioned

Examples of companies mentioned include:

- ATL

- BAK

- BYD

- Clexpert

- Desay Battery

- Dynapack

- LG chemical

- Panasonic

- SDI (Samsung SDI)

- SONY

- SUCD

- SUNWODA

- Simplo

- Tianjin Lishen

- Tianjin Samsung SDI

For more information, including full table of contents and list of companies mentioned, please visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/tmc9rq/global_and_chinese

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