The output of corrugated board in Asia has ranked first in the world for ten consecutive years.
the output of corrugated board in Asia has continued to grow at a high rate for many years. In 1995, the output exceeded that of Europe, and in 2003, the output exceeded that of North America. Since this year, the output of corrugated board in Asia has ranked first in all continents of the world for 10 consecutive years
in 1995, the output of corrugated board in Asia was 32billion square meters, 700million square meters more than the 31.3 billion square meters in Europe, becoming the second largest corrugated board production area in the world. In 2003, the output of corrugated board in Asia increased to 48.6 billion square meters, 7.3 billion square meters more than the 41.3 billion square meters in North America, making it the largest corrugated board production area in the world
from the growth rate of corrugated board production, Asia is not only much higher than Europe and North America, but also significantly higher than the world average growth rate. In the 10 years from 2002 to 2012, the output of corrugated board in Asia increased from 41.3 billion square meters in 2002 to 71.5 billion square meters in 2007 and 103 billion square meters in 2012. The output in 2012 increased significantly by 1.5 times (149.7%) compared with that in 2002 10 years ago, and by more than 40% compared with that in 2007 5 years ago (44%). The 10-year and 5-year growth rates of world corrugated board production were only 21% and 60% respectively, while those in Europe were only 6% and 26%, and those in North America decreased by 3.9% and 1.4% respectively. Therefore, the proportion of corrugated board output in Asia in the world's total corrugated board output continues to increase, from 31.2% in 2002 to 35.5% in 2004 and 39.1% in 2006, more than 41% in 2007, 46% in 2009, 48.5% and 48.8% in 2011 and 2012 respectively. The proportion of European corrugated board output in the world's total corrugated board output decreased from 29.9% in 2002 to 23.6% in 2012. The proportion of North American corrugated board output in the world's total corrugated board output decreased from 31.2% in 2002 to 19.7% in 2012
China is the largest corrugated board producer in Asia and the world. In 1995, the output of corrugated board in China was 70 billion square meters measured from different angles. In 1998, it was more than 10billion square meters, in 2004, it was more than 20billion square meters, in 2007, it was more than 30billion square meters, and in 2009, it was more than 40billion square meters. In 2002 and 2008, China's corrugated board output surpassed Japan and the United States respectively, becoming the world's second largest and the world's largest corrugated board producer respectively
Japan is the second largest corrugated board producer in Asia and the third largest corrugated board producer in the world. 2011 "In order to prove the performance of these new materials in terms of conductivity, heat conduction and corrosion resistance, Japan's corrugated board output was 13.14 billion square meters, an increase of 0.6% over 2010, accounting for 13.6% of the total corrugated board output in Asia.
countries and regions with corrugated board output of more than 1billion square meters also included India's 6.02 billion square meters, an increase of 4.6% over the previous year, accounting for 6.2% of the total output in Asia, South Korea's 5.66 billion square meters, an increase of 7.0%, accounting for 5.9% and Indonesia's 4.53 billion square meters Square meters, up 6.5%, accounting for 4.7%, Thailand 3.15 billion square meters, down 9.1%, accounting for 3.3%, Taiwan, China 2billion square meters, down 0.6%, accounting for 2.1%, Vietnam 1.35 billion square meters, up 6.1%, accounting for 1.4%, Malaysia 1.26 billion square meters, up 1.2%, accounting for 1.3%, the Philippines 1.17 billion square meters, up 1.8%, accounting for 1.2%
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