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The engineering plastics industry has entered a high-speed development period, with a 10% growth rate unchanged

in 2010, the guarantee project can be smoothly implemented, and China's engineering plastics consumption has reached 2.443 million tons, with sales of about 100billion yuan. It is estimated that the consumption of engineering plastics in China will reach 2.71 million tons in 2011, up from 20101 After the test, automatic archiving and manual archiving can be achieved, with an annual increase of 10.93%. The "petrochemical industry adjustment and revitalization plan" jointly released by the national development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of industry and information technology clearly classifies engineering plastics into the field of new materials and has become a strategic emerging industry with key development. In the next 4 to 5 years, the demand for engineering plastics will continue to maintain a growth rate of more than 10%

engineering plastics are mainly used in electronic and electrical appliances, machinery, automobiles, building materials, light industry and other fields. Compared with 42% of the global engineering plastics used in the automotive industry, it is only about 10% in China. It is expected that the automotive industry will become the fastest growing field of engineering plastics consumption in the next few years

the latest trend in the development of the automotive industry is lightweight, energy saving and the pursuit of maximum space utilization, which will accelerate the process of automotive plastics

it is understood that the average plastic consumption per vehicle in developed countries to avoid unsafe accidents is 120 kg, and the world average is about 105 kg. In contrast, the average domestic plastic consumption per vehicle is only 78 kg, accounting for about 5% to 10% of the dead weight of the vehicle. It can be predicted that there is a lot of room for the development of automotive engineering plastics in China

in addition, the requirements of low-carbon economy also promote the extensive use of engineering plastics in the automotive industry. According to the estimation of American average fuel economy (CAFE), the fuel consumption can be reduced by 6% to 8% for every 10% reduction of vehicle deadweight. The consumption of automotive plastics has become one of the symbols to measure the development level of a country's automotive industry

the national development and Reform Commission has formulated relevant policies to speed up the localization of auto parts, while also limiting the fuel consumption standard of automobiles. This undoubtedly provides an excellent development opportunity for complete machine factories, parts manufacturers and plastic raw material suppliers

at present, the debt crisis in Europe is getting worse and worse. Under the price of raw materials, how to solve the decline of "import dependence" in the new material industry and the seasonal downturn in demand have led to the decline in the price of some engineering plastics from October 2011, but the market demand for engineering plastics is still good. Among its main downstream industries, the demand for consumer electronic products remained stable, the growth of the automotive industry was also relatively strong, and only the market performance of the real estate industry was weak. With the continuous expansion of emerging application fields such as solar energy and electric vehicles, the engineering plastics market will continue to grow at a high speed in the future

during the 12th Five Year Plan period, China's engineering plastics industry will continue to develop, and the industry structure and product structure will become more reasonable. It is expected that by the end of the 12th Five Year Plan, China will truly form a relatively complete engineering plastics industrial system dominated by domestic enterprises

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