The beef consumption in Indonesia is meagre and accounts for 8% of the overall meat consumption due to high prices and easy availability of wide range of quality meat products at cheaper costs. The beef industry is heavily dependent on imports of raw materials such as cassava, rice, wheat, molasses, coconut cake, and soybean meal. The imported raw materials make up around 85% of feed cost subjecting beef production to price volatility.
Demographic expansion, strong purchasing power, rising urbanization, growing health awareness and improved distribution networks have led to the development of the dairy industry. Indonesia relies heavily on imports to meet its demand for dairy products. More than 80% of the dairy products consumed are imported. The Government supports the local beef and dairy industry by imposing high tariff on imported products, raising its price and encouraging the consumption of domestic products. Ruminant feed is expected to play an important role to fulfil the national objective to expand domestic output of beef and dairy.
The commercial poultry sector has grown significantly since 1980’s and currently accounts for 85% of the total meat consumption. The poultry farming system is gradually transitioning from intensive, open-housed system farms to closed-house, automated housing system farms. This change is the result of increasing poultry market competitiveness, characterized by increasing labor costs, the quest for higher yields, and disease pressures such as highly pathogenic avian influenza. The intensification in poultry industry is expected to maintain the healthy consumption rate of 7.8% of poultry feed during the forecast period.
The fish consumption in Indonesia has been steadily increasing in the last decade at an average growth rate of 4.8% due to growing affluence and shift in consumer preferences towards healthier source of protein such as seafood. However the consumption trend is expected to slow down as the demand per capita has reached saturation. Strong demand from foreign markets is expected to fuel the growth of the fishery industry. Aquaculture development in Indonesia has accelerated in recent years and is considered important in rural economy development. The Government is prioritizing the aquaculture sector to make it the top most producer in the world. The represents corresponding growth opportunities to Aquafeed industry and is forecasted to witness a healthy growth rate of 9.5% during the forecast period.
- Market trends since 2013 and five year forecasts of market growth
- Detailed analysis of the micro and macro elements influencing demand trends
- Identifying opportunity spaces across segments and countries
- Supply & demand side trend and analysis
- Price trend analysis, investment prospects and competition pattern
- Insights on growth potential of the market
- Detailed analysis of major producers covering financial investments & strategies adopted
- Competitive landscape of the industry
1.1 Research Methodology
1.2 Scope of the Study
2.1 Market Summary By Animal Type
2.2 Market Summary By Additives Type
2.3 Business Trends Summary
3. Industry Dynamics
3.1.1 Emphasis on Industrialization of livestock industry in Asia and South America
3.1.2 Increased consumption of Livestock Products
3.1.3 Growth in Aquaculture Industries
3.1.4 Increased Weightage on safety of meat and milk products
3.2.1 Use of raw materials-Feed vs fuel debate
3.2.2 Anti-Livestock Global Narrative
3.2.3 Growing Consumption of plant based proteins
3.2.4 Environmental concern
3.3.1 Organic Feed
3.3.2 Increasing awareness in Africa
3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
3.4.1 Bargaining power of Suppliers
3.4.2 Bargaining power of Buyers
3.4.3 Degree of Competition
3.4.4 Threat of Substitution
3.4.5 Threat of new entrants
3.5 Future Trends in Compound Feed Industry
3.6 Value Chain Analysis
3.7 Industry Policies & Regulations
3.8 Market Innovations
4. Market Size and Forecast
4.1 Market Share, Animal Type
4.2 Market Share, Ingredients
4.2.2 Cereals by-Product
4.2.3 Oilseeds & Derivatives
4.2.4 Fats & Oils
4.3 Market Share, Additives Type
4.3.3 Amino Acids
4.3.7 Pellet Binders
5. Competitive Analysis
5.1 Market Share Analysis
5.2 Growth Strategies of leading players
5.3 Investment and Development Prospects
5.3.1 Investment in past five years
5.3.2 Investment Opportunities
5.4 Competition Pattern
5.4.1 Concentration Ratio
5.4.2 Industry Competition
5.4.3 Product Competition
5.5 Price Trend Analysis
5.5.1 Product Classifications and Their Prices
5.5.2 Factors Influencing Prices
6. Company Profiles
6.3 CP Foods
6.4 DaChan Group (Asia) Ltd.
6.5 De Heus Voeders B.V.
6.6 DeKalb Feeds
6.7 For Farmers B.V.
6.8 Haid Group
6.9 JA Zen-Noh
6.10 Kent Feeds
6.11 New Hope Liuhe
6.12 Nutreco N.V.
6.13 Land O Lakes
6.14 Tangrenshen Group (TRS)
6.15 Wen's Food Group
- CP Foods
- DaChan Group
- De Heus Voeders B.V.
- DeKalb Feeds
- For Farmers B.V.
- Haid Group
- JA Zen-Noh
- Kent Feeds
- Land O Lakes
- New Hope Liuhe
- Nutreco N.V.
- Tangrenshen Group (TRS)
- Wen's Food Group