Condition and tendencies of development of the submarket изоляционных materials in Russia
Condition and tendencies of development of the submarket изоляционных materials in Russia
News agency " KredInform northwest "
Construction and the real estate
Quantity(amount) of pages: 55
Overall objectives of research are:
Estimation of a condition and prospects of development of the submarket izoljacionnykh materials from the point of view of investment appeal.
Definition of expediency and opportunity of an output(exit) of investors on the Russian market izoljacionnykh materials.
The covered period makes 2000-2007gg. The basic tendencies and forecasts of development of the market are considered on immediate prospects up to 2010g.
Sources of the information:
Reports of Committee of the State Duma on the industry, construction and the high technology technologies, the statistical data and prognoznye parameters Rosstata, Rosstroja, the Ministries of Finance of the Russian Federation, Minehkonomrazvitija, given Federal customs service of Russia.
Press releases of the companies, branch and expert estimations of MASS-MEDIA
The basic endurances(quotations):
For last six years the tendency of steady growth of volumes of construction is marked, leaders on volumes of housing construction are Central and Privolzhskijj Federal districts.
On a share of construction the greatest part from total amount consumed in the Russian Federation izoljacionnykh materials is necessary.
In 2006g. the capacity of the submarket izoljacionnykh materials was estimated in 31,5 million kub.m., in the submarket appreciable growth is observed. Today about 80 % of volumes of consumption in izoljacionnykh materials it is provided due to the Russian manufacture. It, first of all, is connected by that the basic operators of the world market izoljacionnykh materials have already constructed the manufacture in Russia.
The structure of the submarket teploizoljacionnykh materials in Russia is close to the structure which has been usual in the advanced countries of the world, where fibrous heaters (mineral cotton wool and glass wool) also borrow(occupy) 60-80 % from the general(common) release teploizoljacionnykh materials. At the same time intensive rates the segment of polymeric materials on an organic basis grows., that dynamical development of manufacture of any kind teploizoljacionnykh materials however is improbable, in the negative image will affect on vostrebovannost' other kinds of heaters as there is their specialization in scopes.
Export izoljacionnykh materials is increased by faster rates, than import. However at comparison of volumes of exported and imported production the superiority of import over export which makes more than in 2 times is visible, therefore the Russian submarket still is in significant dependence on foreign materials.
The processes which are taking place in the submarket izoljacionnykh of materials, form favorable conditions for existence on it(him) not only Russian, but also foreign manufacturers and suppliers. For existence in the competitive environment the Russian manufacturers actively build new factories or modernize old capacities, develop and introduce systems of automated management by technological processes, invent new kinds of production and by that increase volumes of manufacture izoljacionnykh materials of the raised(increased) quality.
1. the general CHARACTERISTIC of SUBMARKET IZOLJATSIONNYH of MATERIALS ON the BACKGROUND of the BASIC TENDENCIES In CONSTRUCTION
1.1. The general(common) tendencies in construction
1.2 A general characteristic of the submarket izoljacionnykh materials
1.3 Classification and segmentation izoljacionnykh materials
2. the CONDITION of the SUBMARKET In 2006
2.1 A condition of the submarket teploizoljacionnykh materials (TIM)
2.1.1 Teploizoljacionnye materials on the basis of mineral cotton wool and glass wool
2.1.2 Teploizoljacionnye materials on an organic basis
2.2 Features of submarket TIM in regions
2.2.1 Northwest region
2.2.2 Features of submarket TIM in other regions
2.3 Estimations and forecasts of representatives of conducting operators of the submarket
3. STRUCTURE of foreign trade ACTIVITIES of the SUBMARKET
3.1. The basic characteristics of foreign trade activities in the submarket
3.2 The analysis of the foreign trade turnover of mineral cotton wool in Russia in 2006
3.2.1 Import of mineral cotton wool
3.2.2 Export of mineral cotton wool
3.3 The analysis of the foreign trade turnover of glass wool in Russia in 2006
3.3.1 Import of glass wool
3.3.2 Export of glass wool
3.4 The analysis of the foreign trade turnover of other kinds of heaters in 2006
4. TENDENCIES of BRANCH DEVELOPMENT
5. CONDUCTING PLAYERS of BRANCH And THEIR CHARACTERISTIC
Table 1.1. Volumes of construction in Russia
Table 1.2. Volumes of housing construction in regions of Russia
Table 1.3. Manufacture of the basic kinds of building materials in Russia
Table 1.4. Indexes of industrial production of building materials in Russia
Table 2.1. The largest players in Russian submarket TIM
Table 2.2. Introduction of new capacities at the enterprises which are letting out TIM in Russia
Table 2.3. The basic firms - manufacturers, which materials massovo are applied in Russia
Table 2.4. Manufacture and consumption fiber teploizoljacii in the Russian Federation
Table 2.5. The largest Russian enterprises for manufacture of fibrous heaters
Table 2.6. Introduction of new capacities at the enterprises which are letting out ehkstrudirovannyjj penopolistirol (EhPP) in Russia
Table 2.7. The average prices on TIM in Northwest region in 2007
Table 2.8. Accommodation of the enterprises of conducting operators of submarket TIM on regions of the Russian Federation
Table 3.1. Volumes of import and export of building materials on regions of Russia in 2006
Table 3.2. Foreign trade activities of conducting operators of submarket TIM in Russia
Table 3.3. Import and export fiber teploizoljacii in Russia
Table 3.4. Volume of import and export of mineral cotton wool in Russia in 2006
Table 3.5. The basic suppliers (TOR-10) mineral cotton wool to Russia in 2006
Table 3.6. The basic addressees (TOR-10) mineral cotton wool in Russia in 2006
Table 3.7. The basic addressees of mineral cotton wool from Russia in 2006
Table 3.8. The basic suppliers (TOR-10) mineral cotton wool from Russia in 2006
Table 3.9. Volume of import and export of glass wool in Russia in 2006
Table 3.10. The basic suppliers (TOR-10) glass wools to Russia in 2006
Table 3.11. The basic addressees (TOR-10) glass wools in Russia in 2006
Table 3.12. The basic addressees of glass wool from Russia in 2006
Table 3.13. The basic suppliers (TOR-10) glass wools from Russia in 2006
Table 4.1. Input of habitation under the National project in Russia in 2007-2010.
Table 5.1. Regional representations of the company of Open Company " Ursa Eurasia " in Russia
Table 5.2. Regional sales representatives of the company of Joint-Stock Company " Mineral cotton wool " in Russia
Table 5.3. Dealers of company ROCKWOOL in Russia
Table 5.4. Regional representations of the company of Open Company " Dignity - Gobehn Izover " in Russia
Table 5.5. Regional sales representatives of the company in Russia
Table 5.6. A trading network of the company holding " Termosteps " in regions of the Russian Federation
Table 5.7. Regional dealers (distributors) of Holding " Penoplehks " in Russia
Table 5.8. Regional representatives of the company of Joint-Stock Company " Izorok " in Russia
The diagram 1.1. Dynamics(changes) of growth of volumes of construction in the Russian Federation
The diagram 1.2. Shares of the entered habitation on regions of Russia in 2006.
The diagram 1.3. Scopes izoljacionnykh materials in Russia
The diagram 2.1. Volumes of consumption TIM in Russia
The diagram 2.2. Structure of submarket TIM in the Russian Federation in 2006
The diagram 2.3. Shares of manufacturers and suppliers EhPP in Russia
The diagram 2.4. Shares of marks of mineral cotton wool in St. Petersburg in 2006.
Diagrams 2.5. Shares of marks of glass wool in St. Petersburg in 2006.
The diagram 2.6. Shares of marks vspenennogo penopolistirola in St. Petersburg in 2006.
The diagram 2.7. Shares of marks ehkstrudirovannogo penopolistirola in St. Petersburg in 2006.
The diagram 2.8. Dynamics(changes) and a range of the prices for cotton wool Rockwool in SZ region in 2006
The diagram 2.9. Dynamics(changes) and a range of the prices on penopolistirol (polyfoam) in SZ region in 2006
The diagram 3.1. Geography of the basic countries - suppliers of mineral cotton wool to Russia in 2006
The diagram 3.2. Geography of the basic countries - addressees of mineral cotton wool from Russia in 2006
The diagram 3.3. Geography of the basic countries - suppliers of glass wool to Russia in 2006
The diagram 3.4. Geography of the basic countries - addressees of glass wool from Russia in 2006
The diagram 4.1. Dynamics(changes) of need(requirement) TIM in the Russian Federation