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On  July 5, 2013, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology  announced the “Three-Year Action Plan for Standardization of New  Materials Industry”, which proposed to increase the standard revision  and revision of key new materials, including special metal functional  materials, high-end metal structural materials, and advanced polymers. Materials, new inorganic non-metallic materials, high-performance composite materials, cutting-edge new materials. Among  them, the titanium alloy products in the new light alloy materials  involve 10 kinds, including high-quality wide-width cold-rolled pure  titanium plate, titanium alloy profile, titanium and titanium alloy  strip, large-size wide and thick titanium alloy sheet, high precision  and wide width. Titanium  alloy sheet, large-size titanium alloy rod and special forgings,  large-scale titanium ingots and forging billets, special titanium alloy  materials, large-scale heavy titanium coils, titanium and titanium alloy  die forgings. This has a strong driving force for the long-term development of titanium alloys.

I. International titanium alloy supply and demand pattern

According  to the “2013-2017 China New Materials Industry Market Prospect and  Investment Strategic Planning Analysis Report” published by Prospective  Industry Research Institute, due to the complexity of smelting  technology and the difficulty of processing, there are only four  countries in the world: the United States, Russia, Japan and China. Master the complete titanium industry production technology and form the pattern of the top four. In  terms of titanium sponge, the producing countries mainly include China,  the United States, Russia, Japan, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. In terms of  titanium processing materials, the producing countries mainly include  China, the United States, Russia, Japan and Europe.

From  a global perspective (excluding China and Russia), titanium consumption  is mainly concentrated in the aviation industry. The proportion of  global commercial aviation consumption is about 43%, and the proportion  of military titanium is about 7% (mainly military aviation). The  proportion of titanium consumed in the aviation sector is close to 50%.  In addition, the proportion of industrially consumed titanium is about  48%.

Second, China's titanium alloy supply and demand situation

◆ Supply

In recent years, China's titanium industry has developed rapidly and has become a major producer of titanium. According  to the incomplete statistics of the Prospective Industrial Research  Institute, there are more than 300 titanium alloy production enterprises  in China. As can be seen from the following figure, the output of  China's titanium alloy products has shown a year-on-year growth trend.  In 2012, China's sponge titanium production was about 71,000 tons. The  output of titanium ingots is about 74,000 tons, the output of titanium  powder is about 0.1 million tons, and the output of titanium processed  materials is about 61,000 tons.

Demand is strong, titanium alloy development prospects can be expected

◆ Demand

According  to a survey by the Prospective Industry Research Institute, titanium  alloys are widely used in various fields due to their high strength,  good corrosion resistance and high heat resistance. The  consumption of titanium alloy products in China has shown a steady  growth trend in the past three years. In 2011, the consumption of  titanium sponge was 56,000 tons, an increase of 2.1% year-on-year. By  2012, the consumption increased to about 59,000 tons. The consumption was 45,000 tons, an increase of 24.9% year-on-year. By 2012, the consumption increased to about 51,000 tons.

From  the perspective of the consumption of titanium alloys, mainly used in  the manufacture of titanium equipment, titanium equipment is mainly used  in the chemical industry, its titanium consumption accounted for 55%,  followed by aerospace, consumption accounted for 8.3%, metallurgy and  electricity Titanium consumption accounted for 5.5% and 6.6%, respectively.

Demand is strong, titanium alloy development prospects can be expected

Third, the development prospects of titanium alloy

In  2013, China’s national economy will maintain steady growth. China’s  chemical, aerospace, power (including nuclear power), metallurgy, vacuum  salt and sports industries, as well as titanium, demand for medical,  marine and marine industries remain it is good. In  the national “Twelfth Five-Year Plan”, the energy saving and emission  reduction of titanium metal smelting, the improvement of product quality  and the development of high value-added products are still the key  development directions of titanium alloys in China, combined with the  sponges of the whole process and high technology level in the western  region. The titanium project and the new titanium  processing material development project are also among the national  encouraged projects, and the state's export tax rebate policy for  titanium processed materials is beneficial to the development of  titanium alloys in China. It can be seen that China's titanium alloy has a good development prospect.

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