China's per capita annual plastic consumption doub

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China's per capita annual plastic consumption doubled in five years

in 2010, China's per capita plastic consumption reached 46 kg, more than double that of five years ago, exceeding the world per capita level of 40 kg in the same period. Insiders said that China has become the world's largest plastic consumer. Supported by strong domestic demand, the average annual growth rate of the total output and output value of plastic products during the "Eleventh Five Year Plan" period exceeded 30%, but exports still face challenges. 10. Constant force, constant deformation and constant displacement control accuracy: when the set value is 10% FS,

Fu An, President of Guangdong Plastic Industry Association, said that in 2010, China's total output and total output value of plastic products reached 58.3 million tons and 1.25 trillion yuan, respectively, 2.7 times that of five years ago. The failure of this acquisition also showed that the plan of Xinlun technology to enter the field of high molecular materials was temporarily blocked by 2.4 times, The rapid development of the plastic industry is mainly supported by domestic demand. In 2005, China's per capita plastic consumption was 22 kg, only half of the current level

in order to clarify one concept, however, compared with developed countries, China still has a gap in per capita plastic consumption and great development potential. According to the report on investment analysis and prospect prediction of China's plastic products industry from 2010 to 2015 released by CIC consultants, at present, the per capita plastic consumption in developed countries in the world is mostly more than 120 kg, of which Belgium is the largest, up to 200 kg, followed by the United States, up to 170 kg

in terms of exports, Fu An said that during the "Eleventh Five Year Plan" period, due to the repeated adjustment of national export tax rates and the impact of the financial crisis, the export volume of China's plastic products decreased, and the export volume was basically flat. In 2010, the export volume and export volume of plastic products reached and exceeded 7million tons and 20billion dollars respectively. In 2005, the two figures were 12.28 million tons and 16.6 billion dollars respectively

according to the introduction, the price of raw materials, transportation and electricity price have increased continuously in recent years, and the cost pressure of domestic plastic production enterprises has increased significantly. At the same time, although China is one of the largest producers of plastic products and has a large number of processing enterprises, most of them are small and medium-sized enterprises, and the technical level is relatively backward. Most of the products used for export are daily necessities and handicrafts, compared with special engineering plastic products with high added value

in addition, the lag of relevant domestic standards, the appreciation of the RMB and other factors will also affect the export of China's plastic products, and also encounter certain international trade barriers

it is worth mentioning that at present, the transformation and upgrading of enterprises and the development of energy-saving and environmental friendly green low-carbon plastics have become the industry consensus. Take Guangdong, a major plastic machinery manufacturing province that currently accounts for one fifth of the country's output, as an example. In 2010, Guangdong plastic China's food contact materials and products will enter a new period of new regulations and standards. The total output of materials and products is 13.31 million tons, surpassing Japan and European developed countries. During the "Eleventh Five Year Plan" period, Guangdong enterprises have achieved innovation in polymer material molding and processing, plastic wide range extension and pressing equipment, plastic raw material modification and other technical fields, and actively transformed and upgraded in the field of traditional products. In the future, they will also expand their applications in emerging application fields such as lighting, medicine, architecture and so on, so as to replace metals, cement, wood and so on to achieve energy conservation and consumption reduction

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