Global and Chinese Industrial Detonator Industry Report, 2011-2021

Global and Chinese Industrial Detonator Industry Report, 2011-2021

An industrial detonators is a compact device used to safely initiate and control the performance of larger explosive charges. Industrial detonators contain relatively sensitive high explosives which chemically, mechanically, or electrically initiated. All detonators contain components that can be initiated by sufficient impact, heat, friction or electrical energy. These characteristics make them the most dangerous explosive products in industrial application and they must be stored, transported, handled and used according to set procedures, specified in codes and regulations.

The global industrial detonator market size is estimated to grow from USD 885.99 million in 2015 to USD 808.07 million by 2021, at an estimated CAGR of -1.57% between 2015 and 2021. With regards to this, key players of industrial detonator industry are expected to find potential opportunities in this market.

Worldwide, *** million units industrial detonator have been produced in the year 2015, while China attributes close to 59.81% of the world production, Asia-Pacific close to 14.15%, and North America 10.07%. Coal mines accounts for 32.01% of all industrial detonator consumption, compared to 24.03% for metal mines and 20.50% for non-metal mines.

The global industrial detonator market report profiles some of the key technological developments in the recent times. It also profiles some of the leading players in the market and analyzes their key strategies. The competitive landscape section of the report provides a clear insight into the market share analysis of key industry players. The major players in the global industrial detonator market are Orica, Yunnan Civil Explosive, Dyno Nobel, AEL, North Special Energy, Solar Industries India, Maxam, Nanling, Shanxi Huhua, and Poly Explosives Group.

1. Scope of Report
1.1 Research Methodology
1.2 Markets Covered
1.3 Geographic Scope
1.4 Years Considered for the Study
1.5 Key Findings of Industrial Detonator Industry
2. Introduction
2.1 Industrial Detonator
2.2 Value Chain Analysis
2.2.1 Downstream
3. Development and Trends
3.1 Manufacturing Process
3.2 Issues and Trends
4. Cost Structure
4.1 Bill of Materials (BOM)
4.2 Labor Costs
4.3 Manufacturing Costs
5. Worldwide Key Vendors
5.1 Dyno Nobel (Norway)
5.2 Gulf Oil (India)
5.3 Austin (USA)
5.4 Maxam (Spain)
5.5 Orica (Australia)
5.6 AEL (South Africa)
5.7 Kayaku Japan (Japan)
5.8 Solar Industries (India)
5.9 IDEAL Industrial (India)
5.10 Leiming Kehua (China)
5.11 Fujian Haixia (China)
5.12 North Special Energy (China)
5.13 Hongda Blasting (China)
5.14 Yunnan Minbao (China)
5.15 Poly Explosives Group (China)
5.16 Shanxi Huhua (China)
5.17 Fabchem (China)
5.18 Qianjin Chemical (China)
5.19 Hunan Nanling (China)
5.20 Guizhou Panjiang (China)
5.21 Chongqing Shunan (China)
5.22 Jiangxi Guotai (China)
5.23 Yahua Industrial (China)
5.24 Xinjiang Xuefeng (China)
6. Market Overview
6.1 Global Market Size 2011-2016
6.2 Chinese Market Size 2011-2016
7. Market Status
7.1 Market Key Vendors Competition Status
7.2 Regional Market Competition Status
8. Consumption Pattern
8.1 Regional Consumption
8.2 Global Consumption by Application
8.3 Chinese Consumption by Application
9. Market Forecast
9.1 Market Size Forecast
9.2 Regional Consumption Forecast
9.3 Global Consumption Forecast
10. Market Dynamics
10.1 Market Constraints & Opportunities
10.2 Key Events
11 Macroeconomic and Investment Feasibility
11.1 Macroeconomic Environment Analysis
11.2 Macroeconomic Environment Development Trends
11.2.1 Global Macroeconomic Outlook
11.2.2 China Macroeconomic Outlook
11.3 Feasibility of New Project Investment
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