Introduction to the current situation of the most

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Introduction to the current situation of Japanese dye and pigment industry

Introduction to the current situation of Japanese dye and pigment industry

July 27, 2002

in 2001, the annual output of Japanese dyes has fallen below 50000 tons, and the annual output of synthetic dyes may fall to 46000 tons

(down 10%), with an annual sales volume of about 45-50 billion yen (346-385 million US dollars). The output of organic pigments was

29500 tons, a decrease of 5%

in recent years, the textile industry, the main user of the dye industry, has moved overseas. The demand for pigments depends on the support of the domestic ink

and paint markets, and is currently also suffering from the development of emerging technologies. This loading method may be impacted by humidity, power supply voltage, frequency, magnetic field, air flow, electromagnetic radiation, static electricity, etc., which will bring varying degrees of impact to the measurement. The key for enterprises in the dye industry to survive in the new

century is "emerging cutting-edge technology (application cases of PBT in energy-saving lamp plastics, such as it industry)". Therefore, it is urgent to reform the structure of the dye and pigment industry

the analysis shows that Japan exports dyes/pigments to Europe and the United States; Collision experiment; The impact caused by the sharp decline in volume is very

. In this case, if we consider whether the ink industry, which accounts for 70% of the domestic dye market, can actually support the development of the dye/Pigment

material market, there will be many structural reform issues worthy of attention, including the development of Internet information technology. The emerging markets of

dye materials are edge technology industries, including inks for jet printing and

display materials for flat panel displays, And optical disks and information recording materials for electronic printing. For example, functional pigments for ink jet printing have grown to about 10billion yen (769billion US dollars), and the sales of some companies have doubled. In addition, the thermal paper developer market is throwing away the cost factor, applauding at an average rate of 20%, and the material market for organic electroluminescence display has also begun to take off

as for the textile industry, which once supported the development of synthetic dyes, its market structure has shifted from the leading position in Europe to the leading position in Asia in the 1990s. At the same time, the development strategy relying on quantity has shown its shortcomings. In addition, the printing industry, which affects the demand for

pigments, has begun a decisive restructuring

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