The world's bleached chemical commodity pulp produ

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In the next two years, the global production capacity of bleached chemical commodity pulp will expand.

Hawkins Wright pointed out in a research report that in the year of regulating property rights in 2013, the world's production capacity of bleached chemical commodity pulp will expand rapidly, and the average annual production capacity will increase to more than 4.4 million tons, of which at least three projects will fall within the speed range of 1~500mm/min, which is enough for South America

Hawkins Wright believes that it is impossible to rely on the Chinese market alone to absorb these new capacity. This means that it is inevitable that bleached chemical commercial pulp capacity will replace some high-cost pulp capacity. Unlike previous rounds of capacity substitution, which are limited to the varieties of primary fibers, the price of recycled fibers is getting higher and higher. The bricks of 3.5.1 Mu semi-automatic impact tester 15, mu20 and mu25 can be used in foundations and other buildings; Mu10 bricks can only be used in buildings above the damp proof course, which means that the risk of deinking pulp capacity being replaced is rising

historical experience shows that when the price of recycled fiber rises, the price of primary fiber will also rise, thus offsetting the substitution income between the two. However, since January 2010, the price of SOP (classified office waste paper) has almost doubled, while the price of pulp has increased slightly, and the relationship between the two has been decoupled. From 2001 to 2009, the average price of bhkp was 7 times that of SOP, while the average multiple since January 2010 was 5.9 times. It is the decline of this average multiple that has attracted the attention of paper makers, especially the manufacturers of household paper in North America and Europe

in 2011, the output of household paper in these two regions totaled 14.3 million tons, consuming 7.4 million tons of recycled fiber and 10.2 million tons of pulp. In recent years, as consumers pursue softer and fluffy products, the consumption proportion of commercial pulp in the total supply has increased year by year, which has promoted the investment in TAD equipment operating on high-quality fibers. In this regard, the increase in demand for commercial pulp is determined by the quality of pulp. However, in the coming years, the pace of change is most likely to be dominated by costs

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