- Published: January 2011
- Region: Australia
Organic Fertilizer Market in Australia: Business Report 2012
- Published: July 2012
- Region: Australia
- 66 pages
- Merchant Research and Consulting Ltd
This report is a comprehensive research of organic fertilizer market in Australia.
The report starts with giving brief country profile for Australia, including general information and main economic indicators.
Further, the report provides in-depth analyses organic fertilizer market in the country. It identifies key market players, including major producers, wholesalers and distributing companies. The third chapter is fully devoted to Australia's organic fertilizer market foreign trade. It evaluates volumes and dynamics of imports and exports within the sector in the recent three years.
The last chapter lists all major Australian consumers of organic fertilizer, as well as provides results of the purchase activity monitoring related to these materials, which is achieved due to keeping track of various tenders databases, websites and marketplaces.
The aim of this study is to provide a tool which will assist strategy group and the management team specialists in making correct decisions as how to penetrate the Australia market and how to catch the maximum commercial opportunities in dealing with business partners in this country.
1. AUSTRALIA: COUNTRY PROFILE
1.1. General characteristics
1.2. Economic review
2. ORGANIC FERTILIZER MARKET IN AUSTRALIA
2.1. Overview of organic fertilizer
2.2. Producers of organic fertilizer in Australia, including contact details and product range
2.2.1. Producers of liquid
2.2.2. Producers of solid
2.2.3. Producers of compost
2.2.4. Producers of seaweed
2.2.5. Producers of humate
3. AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGH TRADE IN ORGANIC FERTILIZER
3.1. Export and import of organic fertilizers: volume, structure, dynamics
4. MAJOR WHOLESALERS AND TRADING COMPANIES IN AUSTRALIA
5. CONSUMERS OF ORGANIC FERTILIZER ON AUSTRALIAN MARKET
5.1. Main organic fertilizer consumers
5.2. Monitoring of latest purchase requests of Australian consumers