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  • China Coil Coatings Industry Under Pricing Pressure from Upstream Market

    Arnold Wang, China Correspondent || December 18, 2015
    It is estimated that the coil coatings output in 2014 is around 540 thousand tons in China, growing by around 8-11 percent over 2013. But the fierce competition from upstream coated metal market, mainly coated steel, is putting more pressure to the c…

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  • CHINACOAT 2012 Enjoys Huge Growth in Attendees, Exhibitors

    CHINACOAT 2012 Enjoys Huge Growth in Attendees, Exhibitors

    Dave Savastano, Contributing Editor || January 15, 2013
    The Chinese paint, coatings and ink markets continue to enjoy strong growth, and global suppliers are working hard to reach this ever-expanding market. It comes as no surprise that CHINACOAT (The China International Exhibition for Coatings, Printing…

  • Does China’s Remarkable Growth Have Feet Of Clay?

    Does China’s Remarkable Growth Have Feet Of Clay?

    Dan Watson, Contributing Writer, Blairgowrie Associates || October 10, 2012
    Despite a slowdown China’s GDP growth is still expected to do well compared to other countries, projected to deliver a relatively impressive seven to eight percent in 2012.

  • Investments In China Continue To Expand

    Tim Wright, Editor || October 10, 2012
    As the paint, coatings, adhesives and sealants industries continue to grow in China so too does the amount of investments being made there by manufacturers. Pictured above, Henkel recently started construction for its 150,000 square-meter adhesives factory in Shanghai Chemical Industry Park. The new facility will be the main adhesives manufacturing base in China and the Asia-Pacific region.

  • The Road Ahead A Look at China’s Automotive Coatings Market

    October 10, 2012
    Repair and OEM coatings markets are fundamentally very different, as one shadows automotive production and the other follows more closely with customer preferences. Luke Johnson, senior analyst at GCiS China Strategic Research, discusses some of the findings from their recent market study on automotive coatings.