Analysis of the shortcomings of the hottest coatin

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Big analysis of the shortcomings of the coating industry

big analysis of the shortcomings of the coating industry

September 4, 2014

[China coating information] although China's coating industry has made remarkable achievements, compared with the developed countries in the world, from the perspective of coating technology and management, it is still relatively backward and not a powerful country in coating, It is mainly reflected in the following four aspects:

1 the development of the coating industry is unbalanced

and the damage probability decreases with the increase of the distance between the defect and the surface layer. Before that, there were nearly 8000 coating enterprises in China, but the scale was small and the distribution was unreasonable, mainly concentrated in the three major coating production bases in the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta and the Bohai rim. In 2008, the three major paint production bases accounted for 85.38% of the total output, 87.1% of the current industrial value, and 87.19% of the sales revenue. It shows that the distribution of paint production in China is extremely uneven, mainly concentrated in the developed areas in the southeast, while the northwest is relatively backward. In the region, coating enterprises are relatively concentrated in Shunde, Guangdong, Changshu, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Shandong and other places. At the same time, the overall economic benefits of coating enterprises are not high, and the per capita share of coatings in China is far from that in developed countries. Taking architectural coatings as an example, the per capita consumption in developed countries is more than 10kg, while China's per capita consumption is less than 0.4KG, which is extremely incompatible with the status of a large country of coatings

2 the intensity of the coating industry is relatively low

compared with the top ten multinational companies in the world, China's coating enterprises still have a "large and comprehensive, small and comprehensive" business mode in terms of capital and market share of open control computers (or controllers), and even enterprises with a relatively high degree of specialization have not achieved economies of scale. According to the viewpoint put forward by industry experts that "half of the output of a country's coating industry should come from large enterprises", China is still far away. However, small enterprises with an annual output of about 1000t of paint production scale in China account for a considerable proportion, and only a handful of enterprises with an annual output of about 50000 ~ 100000 T. so far, there is no real "flagship" enterprise in the paint industry

3, the lack of technological innovation ability of enterprises

for a long time, China's coating industry has mainly relied on the market opportunities provided by the rapid economic development after the reform and opening up and the development of the imported technology model, and the lack of independent innovation ability, which has increasingly become the "bottleneck" restricting the development of coating enterprises. The homogenization of coating products, technologies and production methods in China is relatively prominent. The research on cutting-edge technology, the development of key devices and the research and development of product applications in the coating industry are still quite weak, and insufficient attention is paid to the investment and application development of the industrialization of scientific research achievements

4 laws and regulations and standardization management lag

China's coating industry and related industries are still far from meeting the requirements of market economy, the requirements of the scientific concept of development of sustainable development and the integration with international standards. The existing laws and regulations and standards lag behind market changes and environmental protection requirements, and the implementation is not strong, resulting in irregular and disorderly competition in the market

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