Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018 - Demand for Bio Fuel to Drive Production

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018 - Demand for Bio Fuel to Drive Production


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The report titled “Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018 – Demand for Bio Fuel to Drive Production” provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects such as industry revenue and production of Global, Indonesia, Thailand, Columbia, Papa Guinea and Malaysia Palm Oil industry. The report discusses export and import scenario, palm oil upstream and downstream participants, exporters, importers and customers and various establishments operating in the Malaysia Bio fuel industry. The report also covers the market shares of major palm oil companies in Malaysia. The publication includes the opinions and statistics provided by several industry veterans related to palm oil consumption, SWOT, drivers, restraints, future outlook and companies positioning in the sector.

The production of palm oil has dominated the global vegetable oil market over the years, accounting for approximately ~ share in world vegetable oil production in 2012. The worldwide production of palm oil has increased from ~ million tons in 2008 to almost ~ million tons in 2012. Malaysia Palm Oil Industry which is heavily dependent on the production and yield of palm oil and its products, registered revenues of USD ~ million in 2012. Even so with the decline in prices of palm oil, the revenues decreased by 19.44% compared to 2011. The various factors which have been driving the market over the period 2008-2013 are the rising demand for oils and fats, the economic advantages of palm oil, the non-food application of palm oil. The Malaysia Palm Oil Industry registered a negative CAGR of 4.7% from USD 2,657.14 million in 2008 to USD ~ million in 2013.

The Malaysia palm oil industry comprises of eight major segments namely crude palm oil, crude palm kernel oil, palm kernel, palm kernel cake, palm olein, palm stearin, bio fuels and oleo chemicals. Production of crude palm oil increased at a CAGR of 1.62% from ~ thousand tons in 2008 to ~ thousand tons in 2013. Land holdings of oil palm plantation in Malaysia are divided amongst government, private estates, state and small holders. The highest share of landholdings was under private estates comprising of 60.3% of Malaysia’s palm oil planted area in 2008 which had increased to ~% in 2013. The land under small holders had increased from ~ hectares in 2008 to ~ hectares in 2013.

The Malaysia palm oil industry comprises of various establishments such as mills, refineries and oleo chemical plants which together undertake the palm oil extraction and processing. The number of FFB mills in Malaysia in 2008 was ~ which increased to ~ in 2013. The capacity of the refineries in 2008 was reported as 19.2 million tons which increased to ~ million tons in 2013.

In terms of competition, the Malaysia palm oil industry is a highly fragmented. The three main players of this industry in terms of market share are Felda Global Ventures, Sime Darby Berhad and Trade winds plantations. The revenues of FGV were reported as ~ MYR million in 2013. The palm oil industry in Malaysia is changing at a brisk rate. Technological advancements and mergers as well as competitive pressures from Indonesia have been significantly changing the Industry. Revenues from the palm oil industry in Malaysia are expected to expand to USD 2.1 billion in 2018, growing at a CAGR of ~% from 2013 to 2018.

Key Topics Covered in the Report

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  • ;The market size of the Malaysia Palm Oil Industry, 2008-2013
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  • ;Market segmentation of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry by Establishments, 2008-2013
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  • ;Market segmentation of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry by Ownership, 2008-2013
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  • ;Market segmentation of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry by Palm oil Planted Area, 2008-2013
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  • ;Trends and Developments in the Malaysia Palm Oil Industry
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  • ;Government Regulations in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry
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  • ;SWOT Analysis of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry
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  • ;Growth Drivers and Restraints of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry
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  • ;Market Share of Major Players in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry
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  • ;Company profiles of major players in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry
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  • ;Future outlook and projections on the basis of revenue in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry, 2014-2018
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1. Overview of Palm Oil Industry

Negative impacts

1.1. Palm oil and Palm Kernel Oil Products and Applications

Palm Oil Usage in Food

Non Food Uses of Palm oil

2. Global Palm Oil Market Scenario

2.1. Global Production of Crude Palm Oil, 2008-2013

2.2. Global Consumption of Palm Oil, 2008-2013

2.3. Major Importers of Palm Oil Worldwide, 2008-2013

2.4. Malaysia and Indonesia Palm Oil Industry Comparisons

3. Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Introduction

3.1. Production Process of Palm Oil

3.2. Major Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Participants

Upstream Producers

Downstream Producers

Exporters - Importers

Industry Organizations

Customers

4. Malaysia Palm Oil Market Size

4.1. By Revenue, 2008 –2013

4.2. By Production, 2008-2013

4.2.1. Average Annual Prices of Palm Oil Products, 2008-2013

4.3. By Palm Oil Stock, 2008-2013

4.4. By Palm Oil Planted Area, 2008-2013

Crude Palm Oil Yield, 2008-2013

4.5. By Palm Oil Consumption, 2008-2013

5. Exports and Imports of Palm Oil in Malaysia

5.1. Malaysia Palm Oil Exports

5.1.1. By Value 2008-2013

5.1.2. By Volume, 2008-2013

5.1.3. Malaysia Palm Oil Exports Segmentation

5.1.3.1. By Major Countries, 2008-2013

5.1.3.2.      By Major Ports, 2008-2013

5.2. Malaysia Palm Oil Imports

5.2.1. By Value, 2008-2012

5.2.2. By Volume, 2008-2013

6. Malaysia Palm Oil Market Segmentation

6.1. By Ownership, 2008-2013

6.2. By Establishments, 2008-2013

6.3. By Mature and Immature Planted Area, 2008-2013

7. Malaysia Biodiesel Market Introduction and Size, 2008-2013

8. Trends and Developments in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Increasing Government Contribution

Smallholder Sustainability Support Programme

Increased Focus towards Downstream Technology

9. Government Role in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Regulations by the government of Malaysia

10. SWOT Analysis of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

11. Growth Drivers and Restraints of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

11.1. Growth Drivers

Rising Demand for Oils and Fats

Demand for Non Food Applications

Economic Advantages of palm oil

11.2. Restraints

Ageing Tree Population

Labor Shortage

Spreading Plant Disease

Declining Availability of New Lands

Stagnating National Yields

Production Growth Uncertain

12. Environmental Impacts and Sustainable Development in the Malaysian palm oil industry

Land Use Conversion

Fertilizers and pesticides

Emissions from milling process

Sustainable Development

13. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

13.1. Market Share of Major Players in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry by Planted Area, 2013

13.2. Revenues of Major Players, 2013

13.3. Major Investments in the Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

14. Company Profiles of Major Players

14.1. Sime Darby Plantation Berhard

14.1.1. Business Overview

14.1.2. Business Strategies

Differentiation and Extension of Upstream and Downstream Operations

Adoption of Sustainable Practices

Increased Focus towards R&D

Continued Performance improvement

14.1.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2012-2013

14.2. FELDA

14.2.1. Business Overview

14.2.2. Business Strategies

Aggressive Replanting Strategy

Focus on Operational Improvement

14.3. Wilmar International

14.3.1. Business Overview

14.3.2. Business Strategies

Integrated Business Model

Spreading Its Plantation Business

Expansion of Distribution Network

14.4. Kuala Lumpur Kepong

14.4.1. Business Overview

14.4.2. Business Strategies

Maintaining Cost efficiency

Acquisitions

Increased Mechanization

14.5. United Plantation

14.5.1. Business Overview

14.5.2. Business Strategies

Gaining Knowledge on Crop Improvement

Backward Integration

Increased Focus on Replanting

14.5.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2011-2013

14.6. Boustead

14.6.1. Business Overview

14.6.2. Business Strategies

Strengthening of Core Business Areas

Focus on Improving palm Oil Productivity

14.6.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2012-2013

14.7. Hapseng Plantation Berhard

14.7.1. Business Overview

14.7.2. Business Strategies

Diversification

Expansion of Planted Area

14.7.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2011-2013

14.8. IOI Corporation

14.8.1. Business Overview

14.8.2. Business Strategies

Vertical Integration of Business Activities

Focused R&D towards Clonal Palms

Operational Efficiency

14.8.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2011-2013

14.9. Tradewinds Plantation Berhard

14.9.1. Business Overview

14.9.2. Business Strategies

Increased Investment in R&D

Effective Agronomic Techniques

15. Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Future Outlook and Projections

15.1. Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

15.2. Future Outlook and Projections

16. Macroeconomic and Industry Factors

16.1. Population, 2008-2018

16.2. Consumer Expenditure on Food, 2008 – 2018

16.3. Gross Domestic Product, 2008 – 2018

16.4. Fresh Fruit Bunch Yield, 2008- 2018

17. Appendix

17.1. Market Definition

17.2. Abbreviations

17.3. Research Methodology

Data Collection Methods

Approach

Variables (Dependent and Independent) 

Final Conclusion

17.4. Disclaimer

Figure 1: Palm Oil Production and Refining Process

Figure 2: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2013

Figure 3: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Size on the Basis of Consumption in Thousand Tones, 2008-2013

Figure 4: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Segmentation by Ownership on the Basis of Palm Oil Planted Area in Percentage, 2008-2013

Figure 5: Key Performance Indicators of Sime Darby, 2012-2013

Figure 6: Key Performance Indicators of United Plantations, 2011-2013

Figure 7: Key Performance Indicators for Boustead Plantations, 2012-2013

Figure 8: Key Performance Indicators of HapSeng Plantations, 2011 -2013

Figure 9: Key Performance Indicators of IOI Corporation, 2011-2013

Figure 10: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Future Projections on the basis of Revenue in USD million, 2013-2018

Figure 11: Population of Malaysia in Million, 2008-2018

Figure 12: Consumer Expenditure on Food in Malaysia in USD Million, 2008-2018

Figure 13: Gross Domestic Product in Malaysia in USD Billion, 2008-2018

Figure 14: FFB Yield in Malaysia in Tons per Hectare, 2008-2018

Table 1: Worldwide Production of Different Types of Oil Seeds in Million Tones, 2008-2012

Table 2: Global Production of the Palm Oil by Major Countries in Thousand Tons, 2008-2013

Table 3: Global Consumption of the Palm Oil by Major Countries in Thousand Tons, 2008-2013

Table 4: Import of Palm Oil by Major Countries in Thousand Tons, 2008-2013

Table 5: Comparison of Palm Oil Industry in Indonesia and Malaysia, 2013

Table 6: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Size on the Basis of Production of Palm Oil in Thousand Tons, 2008-2013

Table 7: Average Annual Price of Palm Oil in MYR/Ton, 2008-2013

Table 8: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Size on the Basis of Palm Oil Planted in Hectares, 2008-2013

Table 9: Crude Palm Oil Yield of Malaysia by Region in Tons/Hectare, 2008-2013

Table 10: Palm Oil Exports by Value in USD Million, 2008-2013

Table 11: Export Duty on Crude Palm Oil Valid till June 2014

Table 12: Malaysia Palm Oil Exports by Volume in Tones, 2008-2013

Table 13: Exports by Major ports in tons, 2008-2013

Table 14: Malaysia Palm Oil Imports by Value in USD Million, 2008-2013

Table 15: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Segmentation by Ownership on the Basis of Palm Oil Planted Area in Hectares, 2008-2013

Table 16: Number and Capacity in Tones of FFB Mills in Malaysia, 2008-2013

Table 17: Number and Capacity (in Tones) of Palm Kernel Crushers in Malaysia, 2008-2013

Table 18: Number and Capacity (in Tones) of Refineries in Malaysia, 2008-2013

Table 19: Number and Capacity (in Tones) of Oleo chemical Plants in Malaysia, 2008-2013

Table 20: Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Market Segmentation on the Basis of Mature and Immature Planted Area in Malaysia in Hectares, 2008-2013

Table 21: Bio Diesel Production in Malaysia in Million Tons, 2008-2013

Table 22: SWOT Analysis of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Table 23: Market Share of Major Players in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry by Total Planted Area in Malaysia in Percentage, 2013

Table 24: Plantation Revenues of Major players in Malaysia in MYR Million, 2013

Table 25: Comparative Analysis of Major Players in the Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Table 26: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected Prospects of Malaysia Palm Oil Market

Table 27: Correlation Matrix of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Table 28: Regression Coefficients Output

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Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Global Market Pages : 10| USD 150

1. Overview of Palm Oil Industry

Negative impacts

1.1. Palm oil and Palm Kernel Oil Products and Applications

Palm Oil Usage in Food

Non Food Uses of Palm oil

2. Global Palm Oil Market Scenario

2.1. Global Production of Crude Palm Oil, 2008-2013

2.2. Global Consumption of Palm Oil, 2008-2013

2.3. Major Importers of Palm Oil Worldwide, 2008-2013

2.4. Malaysia and Indonesia Palm Oil Industry Comparisons

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Malaysia Market Pages : 12| USD 250

3. Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Introduction

3.1. Production Process of Palm Oil

3.2. Major Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Participants

Upstream Producers

Downstream Producers

Exporters - Importers

Industry Organizations

Customers

4. Malaysia Palm Oil Market Size

4.1. By Revenue, 2008 -2013

4.2. By Production, 2008-2013

4.2.1. Average Annual Prices of Palm Oil Products, 2008-2013

4.3. By Palm Oil Stock, 2008-2013

4.4. By Palm Oil Planted Area, 2008-2013

Crude Palm Oil Yield, 2008-2013

4.5. By Palm Oil Consumption, 2008-2013

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Import and Export Pages : 8| USD 150

5. Exports and Imports of Palm Oil in Malaysia

5.1. Malaysia Palm Oil Exports

5.1.1. By Value 2008-2013

5.1.2. By Volume, 2008-2013

5.1.3. Malaysia Palm Oil Exports Segmentation

5.1.3.1. By Major Countries, 2008-2013

5.1.3.2. By Major Ports, 2008-2013

5.2. Malaysia Palm Oil Imports

5.2.1. By Value, 2008-2012

5.2.2. By Volume, 2008-2013

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Segmentation Pages : 5| USD 150

6. Malaysia Palm Oil Market Segmentation

6.1. By Ownership, 2008-2013

6.2. By Establishments, 2008-2013

6.3. By Mature and Immature Planted Area, 2008-2013

7. Malaysia Biodiesel Market Introduction and Size, 2008-2013

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Trends, Drivers, SWOT, Regulations Pages : 7| USD 150

8. Trends and Developments in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Increasing Government Contribution

Smallholder Sustainability Support Programme

Increased Focus towards Downstream Technology

9. Government Role in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

Regulations by the government of Malaysia

10. SWOT Analysis of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

11. Growth Drivers and Restraints of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

11.1. Growth Drivers

Rising Demand for Oils and Fats

Demand for Non Food Applications

Economic Advantages of palm oil

11.2. Restraints

Ageing Tree Population

Labor Shortage

Spreading Plant Disease

Declining Availability of New Lands

Stagnating National Yields

Production Growth Uncertain

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Environmental Impact Pages : 3| USD 50

12. Environmental Impacts and Sustainable Development in the Malaysian palm oil industry

Land Use Conversion

Fertilizers and pesticides

Emissions from milling process

Sustainable Development

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Competition and Company Profile Pages : 22| USD 200

13. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

13.1. Market Share of Major Players in Malaysia Palm Oil Industry by Planted Area, 2013

13.2. Revenues of Major Players, 2013

13.3. Major Investments in the Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

14. Company Profiles of Major Players

14.1. Sime Darby Plantation Berhard

14.1.1. Business Overview

14.1.2. Business Strategies

Differentiation and Extension of Upstream and Downstream Operations

Adoption of Sustainable Practices

Increased Focus towards R&D

Continued Performance improvement

14.1.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2012-2013

14.2. FELDA

14.2.1. Business Overview

14.2.2. Business Strategies

Aggressive Replanting Strategy

Focus on Operational Improvement

14.3. Wilmar International

14.3.1. Business Overview

14.3.2. Business Strategies

Integrated Business Model

Spreading Its Plantation Business

Expansion of Distribution Network

14.4. Kuala Lumpur Kepong

14.4.1. Business Overview

14.4.2. Business Strategies

Maintaining Cost efficiency

Acquisitions

Increased Mechanization

14.5. United Plantation

14.5.1. Business Overview

14.5.2. Business Strategies

Gaining Knowledge on Crop Improvement

Backward Integration

Increased Focus on Replanting

14.5.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2011-2013

14.6. Boustead

14.6.1. Business Overview

14.6.2. Business Strategies

Strengthening of Core Business Areas

Focus on Improving palm Oil Productivity

14.6.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2012-2013

14.7. Hapseng Plantation Berhard

14.7.1. Business Overview

14.7.2. Business Strategies

Diversification

Expansion of Planted Area

14.7.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2011-2013

14.8. IOI Corporation

14.8.1. Business Overview

14.8.2. Business Strategies

Vertical Integration of Business Activities

Focused R&D towards Clonal Palms

Operational Efficiency

14.8.3. Key Performance Indicators, 2011-2013

14.9. Tradewinds Plantation Berhard

14.9.1. Business Overview

14.9.2. Business Strategies

Increased Investment in R&D

Effective Agronomic Techniques

Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Outlook to 2018- Outlook and Macro Pages : 8| USD 200

15. Malaysia Palm Oil Industry Future Outlook and Projections

15.1. Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors of Malaysia Palm Oil Industry

15.2. Future Outlook and Projections

16. Macroeconomic and Industry Factors

16.1. Population, 2008-2018

16.2. Consumer Expenditure on Food, 2008-2018

16.3. Gross Domestic Product, 2008-2018

16.4. Fresh Fruit Bunch Yield, 2008- 2018

 

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