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Global and China Permanent Magnet Industry Report, 2012

NEW YORK, Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

 

Global and China Permanent Magnet Industry Report, 2012

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Global and China Permanent Magnet Industry Report, 2012 of ResearchInChina chiefly covers the followings:

 

1. Overview of the rare earth industry

2. The market of ferrite permanent magnet

3. The industry of NdFeB magnet

4. Market analysis of NdFeB magnet

5. The study of 13 main permanent magnet enterprises

 

Permanent magnet is mainly divided into two categories, that is, ferrite and rare earth magnet. Rare earth magnet mainly includes NdFeB. Due to the acute fluctuation of rare earth prices in 2011, NdFeB price correspondingly experienced wide fluctuations. The average price of NdFeB was RMB 106 / kg in January 2011, then rose sharply to RMB 615 / kg in July, but slumped to RMB 215 / kg in December. The average price in the third quarter of 2012 was RMB 173 / kg.

 

In 2011, some NdFeB-applied products exited the market due to drastic volatility of rare earth prices. Taking nuclear magnetic resonance imaging equipment as an example, the unit price of equipment is about RMB 3-4 million, but with the skyrocketing of the rare earth prices by 7-8 times, the material costs increased from originally RMB 1 million to above RMB 2 million, correspondingly, manufacturers have to replace NdFeB with superconductor.

 

Same happens to wind power generation equipment. When the cost of material increased from RMB 600,000~700,000 / ton to RMB 1.5 million / ton, wind power generation equipment manufacturers have to abandon the excellent NdFeB, and pick up the old method of transforming electricity to magnet. Once quitted, it is very difficult for NdFeB to get into the market again, because a product has a certain life cycle, and changing design is not easy.

 

The price hike in 2011 made downstream enterprises purchase part of NdFeB in advance. In 2012, the NdFeB industry is meeting with unprecedented dilemma. What is worse, nearly the whole downstream market of NdFeB is on the decline, especially wind power. As the world's largest wind power country, China has seen its newly-added installed capacity drop by 10% in 2012.

 

The market prospects of HDD and ODD, which are the most important application fields of bonded NdFeB, look gloomy. Popular electronic products, such as tablet PC which is gradually occupying traditional PC market, don't use HDD and ODD. Traditional PC is HDD and ODD's main market, and the market may decline continually.

 

HDD shipment was about 620.652 million in 2011, but was only 442.32 million in the first three quarters of 2012, and is predicted to be only 582.31 million in 2012, down 6.2% year-on-year. The HDD shipment is estimated to decline to 536.82 million in 2015, down 14% compared with 2011. The ODD shipment was about 495 million in 2011, and it is expected to decline to 425 million in 2015.

 

Other areas, such as frequency conversion air conditioner, e-bike and loudspeaker, are facing decline too. These areas are more sensitive to price, ferrite is competent in these areas too, and the cost is much lower.

 

But NdFeB is applied widely in automobile market, especially EPS. It is estimated global EPS motor shipment will reach 33.9 million in 2012, and run up to 42.6 million in 2014, up 25.7%. The application scope of EPS is stretching from high-end to low-end vehicles, so the market prospect is very good. But most EPS motors are produced by Japanese companies, who will purchase local magnet with priority.

 

The high price of NdFeB in 2011 propelled numerous Chinese companies involve in this industry. About 90% NdFeB magnet was produced in China in 2012. The production capacity of Tianjin, Shanxi, Zhejiang, and Baotou had exceeded 300,000 tons in mid 2012, while the actual demand was less than 100,000 tons, so the production capacity was seriously excessive. Although some people believe that high-end NdFeB production capacity is not surplus, the most important application market of high-end NdFeB is HDD and ODD, whose market prospects don't look good in the long run.

 

 

 

Table of Contents

 

1. Overview of Rare Earth Industry

2.

1.1 Brief Introduction of Rare Earth

1.2 Rare Earth Application

1.3 Rare Earth Supply

1.4 Rare Earth Export of China

 

2. Permanent Magnet Market

2.1 Permanent Magnet Industry

2.2 Permanent Magnet Ferrite

2.3 Permanent Magnet Ferrite Market in China

2.4 Electroacoustic Permanent Magnet Market

2.5 Raw Material Price Trend of NdFeB

2.6 Supply Chain of Rare Earth Permanent Magnet

2.7 NdFeB Permanent Magnet Industry in China

2.8 Ranking of Major NdFeB Enterprises in China

 

3. NdFeB Market

3.1 Market Distribution

3.2 Elevator

3.3 Market of Mobile Phone

3.3.1 Global Mobile Phone Industry

3.4 Vibration Motor of Mobile Phone

3.5 Voice Coil Motor (VCM)

3.5.1 Profile of VCM

3.5.2 VCM Industry and Market

3.6 Micro Electroacoustic Devices

3.6.1 Ranking of Micro Electroacoustic Device Industry

3.6.2 Market Share of Mobile Phone Electroacoustic Devices

3.6.3 Supply Relationship between Electroacoustic Device Companies and Mobile Phone Vendors

3.6.4 Loudspeaker of Notebook

3.7 Wind Power Market

3.8 Frequency Conversion Air Conditioner

3.9 Electric Power Steering (EPS) Motor

3.10 EPS Motor Industry

3.11 XEV Motor

3.11.1 HEV, PHEV, EV

3.11.2 HEV, PHEV, EV Market

3.11.3 XEV Motor Market

3.12 HDD Market

3.13 HDD Industry

3.14 ODD Industry

3.15 E-Bike

3.16 Others

 

4. Major Permanent Magnet Companies

4.1 Hitachi Metals

4.2 Daido Steel

4.2.1 Daido Electronics (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

4.2.2 Daido Electronics (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.

4.2.3 Daido Electronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.

4.3 TDK

4.3.1 SAE Magnetics (H.K.) Ltd.

4.4 Chengdu Galaxy Magnets Co., Ltd.

4.5 Beijing Zhong Ke San Huan Hi-Tech Co., Ltd.

4.6 Yantai Zhenghai Magnetic Material Co., Ltd.

4.7 Ningbo Yunsheng High-tech Magnetics Co., Ltd.

4.8 Vacuumschmelze (OM Group)

4.9 Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.

4.10 Taiyuan Twin-Tower Aluminum Oxide Co., Ltd.

4.11 Inner Mongolia Baotou Steel Rare-Earth (Group) Hi-Tech Co., Ltd.

4.12 JPMF Guangdong Co., Ltd.

4.13 Hengdian Group DMEGC Magnetics Co., Ltd.

 

Selected Charts

 

Distribution of Rare Earth Demand in U.S. and World by Application, 2010

Distribution of Rare Earth Demand in U.S. and World by Application, 2015

Distribution of NdFeB in Japan by Application, 2000 & 2010

Global Rare Earth Output by Region, 2010

Global Rare Earth Reserves by Region, 2010

Global Newly-Added Rare Earth Capacity, 2011-2015

Newly-Added Rare Earth Capacity by Element, 2015E

China Rare Earth Output and Export Volume, 2006-2012

Distribution of Imported Rare Earth in Japan by Region, 2006-2012

Development Course of Rare Earth Permanent Magnet

China Market Scale of Ferrite, 2006-2012

China Market Scale of Ferrite in Automotive Industry, 2006-2012

China Market Scale of Ferrite in Computer Industry, 2006-2012

China Market Scale of Ferrite in Household Appliance Industry, 2006-2012

China Market Scale of Ferrite in Toy Industry, 2006-2012

Production Capacity and Growth Rate of China Electroacoustic Device Industry, 2008-2011

China Market Scale of Ferrite in Electroacoustic Industry, 2006-2012

Price of Neodymium Oxide, Oct. 2007-Oct. 2012

Price of Neodymium Metal, Oct. 2007-Oct. 2012

Price of NdFeB, Jan. 2009-Oct. 2012

Rare Earth Metal, Alloy, and Powder Supply Chain

NdFeB Magnet Supply Chain

SmCo Magnet Supply Chain

Supply Chain of Rare Earth Permanent Magnet

Supply Chain of Rare Earth Permanent Magnet in U.S.A.

Global NdFeB Output, 2007-2015

China NdFeB Capacity by Enterprise, 2012

Demand for NdFeB Magnet, 2012

Global Mobile Phone Shipment, 2007-2014

3G/4G Mobile Phone Shipment by Region, 2010-2012

Shipment of Global Major Mobile Phone Vendors, Q1 2010-Q2 2012

Market Share of Global Major Smart Phone Vendors, Q2 2012

Shipment of Global Major Mobile Phone Vendors, 2010-2011

Market Share of Global Major Mobile Phone Motor Vendors, 2010-2011

Industrial Supply Relationship of Mobile Phone Motor

Intuitive Illustration of VCM

Profile Map of VCM

AF Mobile Phone Proportion, 2011-2015

Market Share of Global VCM Companies by Revenue, 2011

Ranking of Micro Electroacoustic Device Industry

Mobile Phone Electroacoustic Device Output Value by Product, 2010-2011

Market Share of Global Mobile Phone Loudspeaker Manufacturers, 2010-2011

Market Share of Global Mobile Phone Receiver Manufacturers, 2010-2011

Market Share of Global Hands-Free Earpiece Manufacturers, 2010-2011

Market Share of Global Bluetooth Headset Manufacturers, 2010-2011

Market Share of Major ECM Microphone Manufacturers, 2010-2011

Market Share of Major Mobile Phone Microphone Manufacturers, 2010

Supply Relationship between Six Mobile Phone Vendors and Their Micro Loudspeaker Providers

Supply Relationship between Six Mobile Phone Vendors and Their Hands-Free Earpiece Providers

Supply Relationship between Six Mobile Phone Vendors and Their Microphone Providers

Market Share of Major Notebook Loudspeaker Manufacturers, 2010

Distribution of Global Newly-Added Wind Power Installed Capacity by Country, 2011

Distribution of Global Cumulative Wind Power Installed Capacity by Country, 2011

Global Newly-Added Installed Capacity of Wind Power, 1996-2016

Sales Volume of Frequency Conversion Air Conditioner in China, 2006-2014

Demand for High-performance NdFeB Permanent Magnet from Air Conditioner Industry, 2008-2014

Shipment of EPS Motor, 2009-2014

Market Share of Global Major EPS Motor Manufacturers, 2012

EPS Motor Output of China, 2006-2014

Typical HEV, PHEV, EV Lithium Battery Capacity, 2012

Sales Volume of Hybrid Vehicle of Toyota

Global Sales Volume of HEV, EV, PHEV, 2009-2020

Sales Volume of HEV, EV, PHEV in North America, 2009-2020

Sales Volume of HEV, EV, PHEV in Europe, 2009-2020

Sales Volume of HEV, EV, PHEV in Japan, 2009-2020

Sales Volume of HEV, EV, PHEV in China, 2009-2020

Shipment of xEV Motor, 2010-2016

Quarterly HDD Shipment, Q1 2010-Q3 2012

HDD Shipment, 2009-2015

Global HDD Shipment by Region, 2011

Market Share of Global Major HDD Manufacturers by Shipment, 2011

Market Share of Global Major HDD Manufacturers, Q3 2012

ODD Shipment, 2008-2013

Market Share of Global Major ODD Manufacturers, 2012

Global Sales Volume of E-Bike, 2009-2013E

Global Revenue of E-Bike, 2009-2016E

Sales Prediction of Electric Assistant Vehicle in Europe by Type

Organizational Structure of Hitachi Metals

Main Products of Hitachi Metals

Revenue and Operating Margin of Hitachi Metals, FY2005-FY2013

Quarterly Revenue of Hitachi Metals by Business, FY2011-FY2012

Revenue and Operating Income of Daido Steel, FY2005-FY2013

Organizational Structure of Daido Steel

Revenue of Daido Steel by Business, FY2009-FY2012

Operating Income of Daido Steel by Business, FY2009-FY2012

Revenue of Daido Steel by Business, FY2012-FY2013H1

Revenue and Operating Income of TDK, FY2005-FY2013

Revenue of TDK by Product, Q3 2012

Operating Income of TDK by Business, Q3 2012

Revenue of TDK by Application, FY2009-FY2012

Quarterly Revenue of TDK HDD, Q2 2011-Q3 2012

Revenue and Operating Margin of Chengdu Galaxy Magnets, 2007-2013

Downstream Application of Chengdu Galaxy Magnets, 2007-2012

Operating Income of Chengdu Galaxy Magnets by Application, 2007-2011

Gross Margin of Chengdu Galaxy Magnets by Product, 2007-2008

Revenue of Chengdu Galaxy Magnets by Region, 2010-2012

Revenue and Operating Margin of Zhong Ke San Huan, 2005-2012

Revenue and Gross Margin of Zhong Ke San Huan, Q3 2010-Q3 2012

Revenue of Zhong Ke San Huan by Application, 2011

Financial Statement of Zhong Ke San Huan by Subsidiary, 2010-2011

Revenue and Operating Margin of Yantai Zhenghai Magnetic Material, 2008-2013

Revenue of Yantai Zhenghai Magnetic Material by Customer, 2008-2011

Organizational Structure of Ningbo Yunsheng High-Tech Magnetics

Revenue and Operating Margin of Ningbo Yunsheng, 2006-2013

Revenue of Ningbo Yunsheng by Product, 2009-2012

NdFeB Revenue and Operating Margin of Ningbo Yunsheng, 2005-2012

NdFeB Revenue of Ningbo Yunsheng by Application, 2011

Revenue and EBITDA of OM Group, 2007-2013

VAC Revenue by Business, 2011

VAC Revenue by Region, 2011

Global Distribution of Vacuumschmelze

VAC Revenue Downstream Distribution, 2010

VAC Revenue Downstream Distribution, 2011

Organization Structure of Shin-Etsu Chemical

Revenue and Operating Income of Shin-Etsu Chemical, H1 FY2013

Revenue and Operating Income of Taiyuan Twin-Tower Aluminum Oxide, 2007-2013

Revenue and Operating Income of Baotou Steel Rare-Earth, 2007-2012

Revenue and Operating Income of JPMF Guangdong, 2008-2013

Revenue of JPMF Guangdong by Product, 2008-H1 2012

Revenue and Operating Income of Hengdian Group DMEGC Magnetics, 2007-2013

Revenue of Hengdian Group DMEGC Magnetics by Product, 2009-H1 2012

 

 

 

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