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Strategic Review of Corn Starch Industry & Markets - Starch, Sweeteners, Bioprocessing & Co-Products 2014 Product Image

Strategic Review of Corn Starch Industry & Markets - Starch, Sweeteners, Bioprocessing & Co-Products 2014

  • ID: 3013120
  • October 2014
  • Region: Global, United States
  • 263 Pages
  • S. K. Patil and Associates
Revised chapters reflect current situation, opportunities and outlook to 2017

Comprehensive newly revised starch, sweeteners, ethanol, bioprocessing, bioplastic, co-products report; has several improvements, new information, insights since we are now in a global economy. In 2014 report we have made major changes to this report to reflect several changes in the US and worldwide. We present latest data and markets for starch derivatives. Every chapter has been updated with much new information, insights and data. How this industry operates, investments, costs, markets, margins among many other areas. Some of the major changes and additions are:

- CWM (Corn wet milling) co-products technical and commercial perspective including potential markets for corn gluten feed (CGF), corn gluten meal (CGM) and corn germ.
- A new chapter focused on corn ethanol, Chapter IX
- Bioprocessing, bio-based chemicals and bioplastics chapter X has the most recent information with markets, capacities and opportunities for bio-based chemicals and polymers from starch and the sugars as feedstock. CWM players have entered arena of converging their facilities in to biorefineries with products such as ethanol, lactic acid, citric acid, amino acid lysine, and other monomers READ MORE >

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Revised chapters reflect current situation, opportunities and outlook to 2017

1. Executive Summary

2. Brief Overview Of Corn And Wet Milling Process
- Corn
- Overview Of Corn Wet Milling Process

3. Markets
- Food & Beverage Market Profile
- Starch Products Situation And Forecast
- Perspective: Cwm Industry And Where Will The Growth Come From?
- Potential Changes And Market Drivers
- Native And Modified Starch Products Overview
- Overview Of Modified Starches
- Modified Starch Markets

4. Sweeteners And Maltodextrins
- Sweeteners
- Corn Syrups – Hfcs (High Fructose Corn Syrup) And Other Syrups
- Maltodextrins

5. Companies In The Us
- Companies And Products
- Consolidation In The Starch Industry
- Products Manufactured By Corn Refiners
- Industry Choices To Supply Starch For Potential Large New Application
- Cwm (Corn Wet Milling) Industry Major Player’S Observations
- Analysis Of Strengths And Weaknesses Of Players (Swot)
- Players - Other Differences (See V – E Above)
- Investment Risk And Decisions
- R & D Investments

6. Costs, Investments And Margins
- Product Profitability
- Cost Of Production
- Margins And Overhead
- Manufacturing Metrics
- Cost Calculations And Pricing Information
- Shipping And Transportation
- Government Policies And Its Effect On Price
- Processing Assets And Implications On The Manufacturing

7. Industry Capacity And Investment
- Capacity Utilization Issues
- Effect Of Capacity Utilization On Costs
- New Potential Capacity
- Co-Products Management - Cwm
- Investment
- Incremental Capacity
- Smaller Increments
- Capital Associated With The Incremental Bushel Process
- Capacity By Players In The Us
- Historical Perspective Of Capacity Increase
- Starch And Ethanol Assets Interchangeability

8. Corn Wet Milling Co-Products Current Situation And Potential Markets
- Cwm Co-Products Introduction
- Corn Gluten Feed (Cgf)
- Corn Gluten Meal
- Corn Germ And Oil
- Zein Protein

9. Corn Ethanol Brief Review
- Ethanol
- Growth Of Fuel Ethanol And Its Effect On The Industry
- Co-Products

10. Bioprocessing: Fermentation, Specialty Chemicals, Bioplastics - Current Situation And Opportunities
- Corn As A Chemical Feedstock
- Bioprocessing And Fermentation
- Bioplastics
- Some Examples Of Recent Developments By Starch Processors And Other Companies

11. Future Trends
- Technological Developments
- Business, Technology Trends And Issues That Will Impact Corn Processors Trends
- Starch Products And Technology Developments Few Examples
- Biotechnology (Modified Starches, Effect On Yield And Production Costs) 184
- Improvement Of Starch Yield And Extraction
- Patent Scan And New Opportunities
- Market Development Of Co-Products
- Gmo Technology Effect On The Import/Export

12. Global Issues, Policies And Plant Locations
- Us And Mexico Trade Issues – Sugar And Hfcs
- Government Policies And Potential Effect On The Prices
- Duties And Subsidies
- Opportunities And Potential Benefits Of Manufacturing Location Due To Duties, Subsidies And Investment Incentives

13. Summary

14. List Of References

15. List Of Figures And Tables

16. Global List Of Corn Processors

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Revised chapters reflect current situation, opportunities and outlook to 2017

This newly revised starch processing report has several improvements, new information, insights since we are now in a global economy. In 2014 report we have made major changes to this report to reflect several changes in the US and worldwide. Every chapter has been updated with much new information, insights and data. Some of the major changes and additions are: Newly updated CWM (Corn wet milling) co-products with technical and commercial perspective including potential markets for corn gluten feed (CGF), corn gluten meal (CGM) and corn germ. A new chapter focused on corn ethanol, Chapter IX.

Bioprocessing, bio-based chemicals and bioplastics chapter X has the most recent information with markets, capacities and opportunities for bio-based chemicals and polymers from starch and the sugars as feedstock. CWM players have entered arena of converging their facilities in to biorefineries with products such as ethanol, lactic acid, citric acid, amino acid lysine, and other monomers for new value added polymers to replace the petroleum based compounds.

Other chapters revised to reflect current situation, opportunities and outlook to 2017. Information gathered from various public sources and private estimates reflect most recent information on the business, markets and technologies as we continue to evolve in this global carbohydrates economy.

Brand new list of starch and sweeteners manufacturers from corn, wheat, potato and tapioca primary starch crops in different regions of the world. A great addition to the library as reference, training tool and a strategy tool to starch processing industry members, customers and
suppliers. Report also has excellent in-depth insights from our associates and I with combined experience of > 100 yrs in starch/sweetener and bioprocessing. New global list of starch processors is provided in Chapter XVI.

Europe remains in recession, US is coming out of the worse recession and emerging markets of the BRIC countries including China seem to show dome slowdown for the strong growth we have sen in the past few years. As the developed economies stabilize, and start growing above anemic 1 -2 % to 2-3 %; there will be great opportunities for starch processing industry especially to fulfill the demands of new developing economies in Asia, South America, Russia and Africa. This executive summary is an introduction to this report and not compilation of sections of each chapter as presented in other similar reports, we do not want to duplicate the contents of chapters.

As indicated, this report remains a comprehensive leading document that has industry data along with description of how industry or plants are managed. It provides in-depth review of several areas that cannot be found in other publications. There are many details of production, markets, products, costs, capacity, players in the US and data sets of sweeteners, starch derivatives, co-products including the impact of trade regulations.

We remain closely connected to this industry maintaining good industry communications. None of this is available in a reports format as we have attempted to compile in this report. In the last section of report is a complete list of global players of this industry.

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