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2022-08-14
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The Yangtze River Delta will become the largest paint cluster in China

the Yangtze River Delta region centered on Shanghai is attracting substantial investment from international paint giants and Chinese National Paint capital. At present, such as Bayer's integrated base in Shanghai and Dow's China R & D center, many multinational coating giants have chosen to invest and set up factories in the Yangtze River Delta, and many regional headquarters, R & D centers and procurement centers have also settled in the Yangtze River Delta. The logistics volume in the region is increasing at an average annual rate of 30%, which is indeed a "rich mine" with high gold content. In particular, in recent years, wisdom has found that the investment and R & D activities of major coating enterprises in the Yangtze River Delta have shown a series of new characteristics: from the perspective of development history, the investment of multinational coating giants has begun to enter the stage of R & D localization, and from the Perspective of R & D investment location, there has been a trend of accelerating the diffusion of Shanghai as the center to the surrounding areas; From the perspective of the sources of R & D investment, from multinational coating giants to national coating capital, gradually increased, and gradually showed a trend of diversification. It can be said that the paint industry in the Yangtze River Delta has developed rapidly, technological innovation and application have begun to take the lead, and the trend of clustering is becoming more and more obvious

according to the statistical data of 1348 paint enterprises above Designated Size in China in 2009, the total output of paint in China reached 7.5544 million tons in 2009, ranking first in the world for the first time. In terms of regional coating output and output value, the top five coating output in China in 2009 were: 1.8922 million tons in Guangdong Province, 934500 tons in Jiangsu Province, 796400 tons in Shanghai, 648300 tons in Shandong Province, and 494100 tons in Zhejiang Province, accounting for 63.48% of the country; The top five output values are: Guangdong Province 48.081 billion yuan, Jiangsu Province 35.840 billion yuan, Shanghai 23.668 billion yuan, Shandong Province 12.218 billion yuan, Zhejiang Province 9.792 billion yuan. Only the Yangtze River Delta region, including Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai, accounted for 29.45% of the national output in 2009. In terms of the regional layout of China's coating industry, Guangdong Province has ranked first in terms of output for many years, followed by Jiangsu, Shanghai, Shandong and Zhejiang. Two important information are revealed from these data: first, the Pearl River Delta represented by Guangdong is the traditional coating center; Second, among the top five provinces and cities with important paint production, Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang occupy three seats, and the position of the paint center of gravity in the Yangtze River Delta is more consolidated. This is expected to become China's largest paint cluster area is gradually forming

in 2008, the State Council issued the guiding opinions on further promoting the reform and opening up and economic and social development of the Yangtze River Delta, which has brought unprecedented development opportunities to the regional integration of the Yangtze River Delta; At the same time, the global financial crisis has also brought unprecedented challenges to the development of the paint industry in the Yangtze River Delta. In 2009, the ten major industrial revitalization plans approved by the State Council brought opportunities for the development of the coating industry, and then the strong stimulation of supporting industries by the recovery of the real estate market, the sending of household appliances to the countryside and the sending of automobiles to the countryside. Architectural coatings, anti-corrosion coatings, automotive coatings, etc. all rebounded significantly. It is gratifying that under the situation of both opportunities and challenges, coating enterprises in the Yangtze River Delta have accelerated the transformation of economic development mode and structural adjustment. In recent years, building coatings, wood coatings, anti-corrosion coatings, powder coatings and other products have made key breakthroughs in technology and technology. The product quality has reached the advanced level of similar foreign products, and is developing towards green environmental protection

compared with the surge in demand for architectural coatings driven by the national strategy of western development, revitalization of the central economy and reconstruction of Sichuan, the growth of coating demand in the Yangtze River Delta region depends more on the take-off of regional economy. In 2009, the total GDP of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai reached 7179.4 billion yuan, and the GDP of the Yangtze River Delta exceeded US $1trillion for the first time. In 2009, the GDP of the three places in the Yangtze River Delta accounted for about 21.4% of the country. This shows that with the deepening of the integration of the Yangtze River Delta, the Yangtze River Delta economic zone has enhanced its ability to resist risks, and will increasingly become the locomotive of China's economic development. The central government requires the Yangtze River Delta region to take the lead in the country to achieve the goal of building a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way in 2012. In the next few years, cities in the Yangtze River Delta region will continue to formulate and issue preferential policies to varying degrees to encourage and attract high value-added industries to settle in and drive the accelerated development of the local economy. For example, in the field of automotive paint, China became the world's largest auto consumer in 2009. In 2009, the sales volume of complete vehicles of Shanghai Automotive Co., Ltd. and its Shanghai Shenwo, Shanghai General Motors, Shanghai Volkswagen and other auto brands in 2009 was 2.72 million, an increase of 6 year-on-year. Power supply: 220 AC50Hz, 57% long. Calculated according to the 25kg paint consumption per vehicle, the typical tensile stress-strain curve of the materials in is shown in Figure 1. At present, 344800 tons of paint will be consumed by new vehicles in China every year; With 100000 (1) tons of touch up paint required to keep cars, the production of automotive coatings in 2009 is estimated to be more than 450000 tons. The Yangtze River Delta led by Shanghai will greatly stimulate the consumption of automotive paint. In terms of architectural coatings, the surrounding consumers with Shanghai as the center have a more rational and sober awareness of environmental protection consumption, and high-quality civil architectural decoration coatings are more suitable for promotion in the Yangtze River Delta. For example, in terms of high-speed rail and other projects, with the continuous investment of Shanghai Suzhou, Hangzhou intercity high-speed railway and other projects, as well as the construction of Yangtze River Delta ports such as Shanghai and Ningbo, it is bound to drive the development of anti-corrosion coatings and marine paints

at the same time, according to relevant data statistics, it is estimated that the demand for titanium dioxide in building materials and paint industry alone will reach 1million tons in 2010. The consumption market is mainly in South China and East China. According to statistics, the consumption of Guangdong, Zhejiang, Fujian, Shandong, Jiangsu and Shanghai accounts for about 70% of the total consumption of the country. Among them, the consumption in the Yangtze River Delta, mainly in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai, accounts for about 30% of the total domestic consumption. This is largely due to the rapid development of the paint industry in the Yangtze River Delta

generally speaking, in the future, the role of the Yangtze River Delta as the leader in economic development and the pacesetter in reform and opening up will not be weakened, and the status of coating industry clusters will be further enhanced. In the coming period, the Yangtze River Delta region will be a hot land with the fastest development and the most potential for China's coating industry. At the same time, the innovation of the investment system in the Yangtze River Delta has also stimulated industrial innovation, forming a virtuous cycle of "industry capital industry". In the future, the investment and innovation in the paint industry in the Yangtze River Delta will make the allocation of capital more reasonable and the development of the country's most economically developed region more scientific. Wisdom here believes that for the development of the paint industry in the Yangtze River Delta, I should abandon the narrow "GDP complex", but take the principle of sustainable development as the guide for the clean technology and production of paint, and pay attention to the development of innovative technology and ability of paint enterprises. The development of coating industry should be measured by environmental protection standards, low-carbon technology and other indicators. It is believed that the Yangtze River Delta region will not be far away from becoming the largest coating industry cluster in China, and will be full of unlimited investment potential and vitality

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the Yangtze River Delta includes 15 cities, including Shanghai, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Yangzhou, Zhenjiang, Nantong and Taizhou in Jiangsu Province, and Hangzhou, Ningbo, Huzhou, Jiaxing, Shaoxing and Zhoushan in Zhejiang Province; The Pearl River Delta is composed of 12 cities, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Zhaoqing, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen, Shunde, Nanhai and Panyu. The two regions show certain similarities and differences in the investment environment. Of course, when we refer to the regional development of the Yangtze River Delta, we generally mean more than 200 counties and county-level cities within the scope of the "Pan Yangtze River Delta" (including Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Anhui provinces and cities along the Yangtze River) (District paper packaging has always played an important role in daily life)

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