Top Xinjiang Viscose Fiber Manufacturers
The Top Xinjiang Viscose Fiber Manufacturers market report provides insights on the current and future growth of this industry. It includes a comprehensive analysis of industry drivers, restraints and trends as well as an in-depth assessment of the key market players.
The global viscose staple fibre (VSF) market is consolidated in nature. It is primarily segmented by applications, such as woven and non-woven.
1. Xinjiang Zhongtai Chemical
Xinjiang Zhongtai Chemical is a big company that makes a wide range of chemicals . It makes chlor-alkali,vinyl chloride, crude salt, calcium carbide, and coke, among other things. Customers in Xinjiang, East China, and the southern part of China are served by the company. It also sells its goods in Russia, South Asia (like India, Vietnam, and Pakistan), and the Middle East.
It sends products made from viscose fiber to Brazil, Turkey, and other places. The company has a strong presence in Xinjiang, where it has set up a network of sales and service points. It sold more products and made more money in the first half of 2020 than it did in the same time last year.
The company has a good track record of making things that are safe. Its management focuses on the most important links and parts of the process and follows source control, production and inspection, production safety management, and other safety management systems. It also investigates and manages hidden dangers in companies that make dangerous chemicals and sets up a system for safe production to improve the long-term intrinsic safety of the company.
According to the company's financial report, they made 58,387 tons of viscose fiber and 26,339 tons ofviscose yarn in the first quarter of 2020. Compared to the same time last year, the company made 12 percent more and made 25 percent more money.
Even so, the company faces a lot of problems in the market. It has a small share of the market and can only make so much. Also, the company is having trouble because oil prices are going down and there is a trade war between the US and China.
Another big problem is that Xinjiang is known for being hard to audit and keep an eye on the working conditions there. The Uygur people in Xinjiang can't talk freely to an outside monitor, which makes it hard to tell if they are being forced to work.
This has made it hard for Nike and Gap, which have been told by the US and the EU to stop selling products from Xinjiang. The US Congress has proposed a bill that would effectively ban all goods made in Xinjiang unless the importer can prove they are not linked to forced labor.
2. Sanyou Chemical
Sanyou Chemical makes and sells many different kinds of chemicals. Soda hydroxide, liquid chlorine,pvc polyvinyl chloride, calcium chloride, dimethyl methyl carbonate, high temperature glue, and polyvinyl chloride resin are among its most important products. It is also in charge of making and distributing electricity and steam.
The business of the company is done on both domestic and international markets. Its products are used to make a wide variety of goods and services, including things for the home, food, medicine, electronics, and energy.
Along with VSF, the Company makes acrylic acid and ethylene oxide, which are used to make SAP, as well as performance chemicals like polypropylene glycol and lubricant additives. The company's manufacturing processes are characterized by high efficiency, low costs, and strong in-house research and development.
The largest market for viscose staple fiber is in Asia and the Pacific. More people want to buy woven and knitted fabrics, and people in emerging economies are getting more money to spend. During the forecast period, China, which makes a lot of viscose fiber, is expected to grow at the fastest rate.
Nippon Shokubai and Sanyo Chemical, two companies in Japan, plan to join forces to form Synfomix. They say that the merger will help them strengthen their global presence and multiple business lines by bringing together Shokubai's value chain of competitive materials and Sanyo's solution business, which helps customers solve problems.
They will also make their current business more competitive by building up their technological base and adding more products. The companies say that by combining their strengths, they will be able to start new businesses and make more money.
The companies have said they want to combine their goods and services, with each company giving the other raw materials and tools. This will help increase productivity, lower costs, and cut down on the amount of inventory. They plan to put money into technology and equipment and keep the quality of their current facilities at the same level.
The company also wants to build more factories in China's Xinjiang Province. This will make it possible for them to make more kinds of viscose staple fiber. They also want to sell more in China, India, and other parts of Asia, as well as in Europe and other parts of the world.
3. Sateri Chemical Fibre
Sateri Chemical Fibre makes viscose staple fiber, spunlace non-woven fabric, and textile yarn like viscose silk yarn. It has a worldwide network for sales, marketing, and customer service that helps people in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. The company's main goal is to make products that are good for the environment and are based on the basic ideas of sustainable development.
The company makes things at a plant in Jiujiang, China, that makes viscose. The plant has four production lines with a total capacity of 160,000 tons. It has also set up an R&D Innovation Center in Rizhao, Shandong, China, where its new 20,000-ton-per-year Lyocell fiber production line is located.
As the world's largest producer of viscose, Sateri is committed to reducing its impact on the environment by using renewable energy in its production process and making its products to a higher standard that is held globally. For example, three of its five viscose mills have been verified as EU Best Available Techniques (EU-BAT) compliant, and the company wants to make products that meet a science-based goal for GHG emissions that is stricter than Chinese standards and more in line with European benchmarks.
The company also wants to use less energy by fixing up and replacing mill equipment. For example, the company is updating its boilers and turbines to use less fuel and make less of an impact on the environment. In 2018, Sateri's Continuous Improvement department worked on 19 projects that led to a 13 percent drop in the company's total energy use. This cut the company's CO2 footprint by more than 25,000 tons.
Sateri has also made EcoCosy(r), a brand of viscose fiber that has been independently checked to be safe, sustainable, and made in a responsible way. The brand wants to spread the word about how great viscose is by offering eco-friendly solutions that help spinners make viscose yarn more efficiently and use less water, chemicals, and energy.
Viscose's production process uses a lot of water and fuel, which is one of the worst things it does to the environment. Sateri has taken a number of steps to lower these costs. For example, it uses advanced pre-spun injection and blending technology in its EcoCosy(r) Color viscose production to use less water and energy.
4. Aditya Birla Group
The Aditya Birla Group is a global conglomerate with over 72 manufacturing and service subsidiaries in India, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Australia, China, Egypt, USA, Canada, and Germany. The company is a holding company for a wide range of businesses, such as financial products, insurance, and technology.
The company's most popular brand, Grasim, makes the most viscose staple fiber in the world like viscose natural fiber. It also makes rayon-grade pulp, cement, sponge iron, textiles, and chemicals. The company also owns Hindalco, which is one of the biggest makers of aluminum and copper in the world, UltraTech Cement, which makes portland cement, and Aditya Birla Nuvo, which is India's biggest maker of viscose filament yarn.
At the start of the 21st century, the company started a new sustainability program that focused on reducing waste and protecting the environment. It has also tried to expand into other industries, such as telecommunications, to make its business portfolio more diverse.
Even though the company has a wide range of products like viscose fiber, it still focuses on making high-quality items that are affordable. It is also a leader in innovation and high-quality manufacturing, as shown by its research and development center in Taloja, India.
The Aditya Birla Group has a number of leadership programs for young people to join. There is a Human Resources Leadership Program (HRLP) for people with an MBA in HR, and there are also a number of internships at factories all over the world.
The Aditya Birla Group is also committed to sustainable development and social responsibility, in addition to these programs. It gives back to the community in a number of ways, such as through the Birla Education Foundation, which gives scholarships to students and teachers at universities all over India.
The main office of the Aditya Birla Group is in Mumbai, India. The Aditya Birla Science and Technology Center is located at its headquarters. Its goal is to support the wide range of businesses in the Group by putting together teams of experts from different fields to work on both basic and applied research projects.
The company has also grown internationally by buying the Atholville Pulp Mill in Canada and the Nifty Copper mines in Western Australia. It has also put more money into Egypt, where it is building a silica project and growing a carbon black factory it already owns.