Overview of the 11th Five Year Plan for Fujian pap

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Overview of the 11th Five Year Plan for Fujian's paper industry (1)

1 basic overview of Fujian's paper industry Fujian is a major paper-making province in China, with 250 paper-making enterprises and 149 Enterprises above designated size. In 2004, the total production of paper and paperboard was 2.25 million tons, ranking the eighth in China; Among them, the output of Enterprises above designated size is 1.66 million tons, the total sales volume is 6.977 billion yuan, the production and sales rate is 98.93%, and the profit and tax is 314million yuan. The main products of Fujian paper industry include: paper, coated white board, kraft liner board, high-strength corrugated base paper, copy paper, tissue paper, household paper and commercial wood pulp. Among them, the output of paper bag paper, copy paper, tissue packaging paper and other products still ranks first in the country, and paper ranks third. The main paper-making enterprises are: Fujian Nanping Paper Industry Co., Ltd. (mainly produces paper with a capacity of 300000 tons), Fujian Qingshan Paper Industry Co., Ltd. (paper bag paper and high-grade cow card with a capacity of 250000 tons), Fujian Hengan Group (30000 tons of sanitary napkins and toilet paper under construction), Qingzhou Paper Mill (150000 tons of natural wood pulp), shaowuzhong bamboo paper industry (70000 tons of bamboo pulp and wood pulp, 25000 tons of offset printing paper) Large and medium-sized paper-making enterprises such as Fujian youlanfa group (packaging paper, cultural paper, with a capacity of 150000 tons), Fujian Hengli Group (sanitary napkin), Longyan Paper Co., Ltd. (paper, which is converted to a computer screen after being photographed by a CCD camera, with a capacity of 70000 tons), Quanzhou Quaker paper (coated white paperboard, with a capacity of 150000 tons), Fujian naoshan Paper Group (copy paper, tissue paper, with a capacity of 40000 tons). In terms of technical equipment level, Fujian Nanping 5 paper machine has a cross century advanced level; Qingshan Paper's 150000 ton triple stack paperboard machine has reached the international advanced level; The 150000 T/a continuous steaming system of Qingzhou Paper Mill, the short sequence three-stage and half bleaching system of Shaowu Zhongzhu paper industry, the BCTMP pulping and paper machine of Longyan paper company, the quadruple and quintuple paper machines of Quaker paper industry and the vacuum aluminized paperboard machine of Anxi special paper mill are all relatively advanced technical equipment in China. The paper industry clusters in Fujian Province are mainly distributed in two regions. First, the paper industry clusters represented by the state-owned or state-owned holding are mainly distributed in Nanping and Sanming areas near the forestry production areas, such as Fujian Nanzhi, Qingshan Paper, Qingzhou Paper Mill, shaowuzhongzhu, Longyan paper, etc. the protection, commissioning, maintenance and cleaning of these curve instruments and load curve instruments by self-made wood are mainly necessary. The main varieties are paper Packaging paper bag paper, carton board, wood pulp and bamboo pulp; Another paper-making cluster represented by private enterprises is mainly distributed in the southeast coast of Fujian, and more concentrated in Quanzhou, such as Hengan Group, youlanfa group, Weili group, Quaker paper, Hengli Group and other paper-making enterprises. These paper-making enterprises have greatly promoted the economic development of local industry and agriculture and the aggregation of industrial chains. Through several years of structural adjustment, Fujian paper industry has laid a solid foundation for development. The former state-owned enterprises have generally implemented measures such as restructuring, restructuring, leasing, transfer, bankruptcy and closure. After several years of integration, a number of backbone enterprises with a certain scale and strong competitive strength have been formed to enable enterprises to develop more healthily. In recent years, private enterprises have risen rapidly in Fujian, accounting for half of the country, with a good development trend. At present, Fujian paper industry has two listed companies, Nanzhi Co., Ltd. and Qingshan Paper Co., Ltd., with a good development momentum. Nanping Paper Co., Ltd. plans to build a new low weight offset paper project with an annual output of 200000 tons, with a total investment of 1.8 billion yuan. At present, the project is in progress. The supporting project is the construction of a 50000 hectare raw material forest base, with an investment of 342million yuan. After completion, the total annual output of Nanping Paper will reach 500000 tons, and continue to maintain the status of a large domestic paper factory. According to the existing paper bag related data of Qingshan Paper (including Qingzhou Paper Factory), there are three production lines of paper, high-strength Kraft linerboard and natural color commercial wood pulp, with an annual capacity of 400000 tons. The new 200000 tons of high-strength corrugated base paper and 106700 hectares of papermaking forest base have been listed in the first batch of key projects in Fujian Province in 2005. The high-strength corrugated base paper production line started construction in September this year and is planned to be put into operation in the second half of 2006. The paper forest project has a total investment of 660million yuan. Now 150million yuan has been invested to complete the construction of 36700 hectares of base forest, and the rest are planned to be completed by the end of 2008. 2 main problems 2.1 small scale enterprises the average output of Fujian paper industry in 2004 was only 9000 tons, and the average output of Enterprises above designated size was only 11000 tons, while the world average was 90000 tons in the same period (except China). Compared with China, the gap is not small. The output of paper and paperboard in 2004 was 293200 tons and 240800 tons respectively, At present, the output of Shandong Chenming Paper and Jiangsu Jindong paper, the largest paper-making enterprises in China, reached 1.44 million tons and 1.3 million tons respectively last year. In 2004, the total annual sales revenue of 149 Enterprises above Designated Size in Fujian Province was 6.977 billion yuan, less than that of Shandong Chenming Paper (8.575 billion yuan). In 2004, Nanping Paper fell back to 18th place from 10th place in 2002 and 16th place in 2003, while Qingping paper fell back to 24th place from 12th place in 2002 and 20th place in 2003. The annual output ranking of the two major paper mills in Fujian has declined year after year, which shows that the development pace of the backbone paper-making enterprises is not large, far behind the development speed of the backbone paper-making enterprises in brother provinces. Among the domestic paper-making enterprises above 1million tons, there were three super large paper-making groups in 2004, including Guangdong Jiulong paper, Shandong Chenming Paper and Jiangsu Jindong paper. However, due to the small scale of most enterprises in Fujian Province, advanced technology and equipment can not be adopted, economies of scale can not be reflected, product quality and grade are difficult to improve, resource consumption is large, production efficiency is low, economic benefits are poor, and enterprises lack competitiveness. These enterprises are likely to be eliminated in the future. 2.2 small scale and total amount the total amount of paper industry in Fujian Province is relatively small. In 2004, the contribution of paper industry to the total industrial output value of the province was only 1.1%, accounting for only 4.5% of the total output of the national paper industry. Although it has developed rapidly in recent years, there is a big gap compared with Shandong, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Guangdong and other coastal provinces. Compared with paper-making enterprises above Designated Size, Shandong produced 9.97 million tons of paper and paperboard in 2004, ranking first in the output, accounting for 21% of the national paper output; Zhejiang ranks second with 7.48 million tons, accounting for 16% of the national paper production; Guangdong has 5.98 million tons, ranking third, accounting for 12% of the national paper production; Jiangsu has 5.06 million tons, ranking fourth, accounting for 10% of the national paper production; Fujian has 1.66 million tons, ranking 8th (ranking backward), accounting for 3.4% of the national paper production. Six years ago, in 1998, Shandong produced only 2.79 million tons of paper, 2.18 million tons in Zhejiang, 1.97 million tons in Guangdong, 1.27 million tons in Jiangsu and 720000 tons in Fujian. Over the past six years, Shandong has increased by 257.3%, Zhejiang by 243.1%, Guangdong by 203.6%, and Jiangsu by 298.4%, all of which have more than doubled, while Fujian has only increased by 1.3 times. In these six years, the total output of paper-making enterprises above the national scale has increased from 21.27 million tons in 1998 to 48.63 million tons in 2004, an increase of 128.6%, and Fujian is only the same as the national average growth rate. According to relevant data, it is predicted that during the "Eleventh Five Year Plan" period, the annual output of paper and paperboard in Fujian Province may further widen the gap with that of the other four coastal provinces, which has attracted the attention of the paper industry and government departments in Fujian Province

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