Chinese Corrugators: A Comprehensive View

This study will help you to identify and compare the key characteristics, better understand the cost drivers and the demand and supply dynamics impacting the Greater China’s containerboard market

The Greater China region, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, is the world’s largest producer and consumer of containerboard. In this study, we analyze the region’s corrugating plants and provide cost benchmarking estimates for the main regions.

What you’ll find inside:

  • An economic outlook for the Asian containerboard market to help understand the demand and supply of containerboard, prices and upcoming capacity changes
  • The geographic distribution of Greater China’s corrugating plants and containerboard capacity in nine separately analyzed regions
  • The main corrugating and containerboard industry participants by production capacity in each region
  • The level of integration for the main corrugating and containerboard industry participants by production capacity in Greater China
  • A full list of identified corrugating plants by region and parent company and much more
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