Vietnam Cement Comprehensive Report Q2/2016

Vietnam Cement Comprehensive Report Q2/2016


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Executive Summary

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the global and Vietnam cement market including the historical data and forecast figures. The report further reveals market drivers, opportunities, restraints, and challenges to be faced in the Vietnam market.

In 2015, the Vietnam cement industry continued to oversupply with the using rate of 64% of the total production, excluding export value, and this situation seems to keep going on in the near future. However, the cement demand might change significantly due to the rising of infrastructure and real estate projects, but this is not guaranteed.

The quality of cement production depends on two factors: raw material and technology & equipment. Limestone used as raw material to manufacture portland cement have to satisfy the requirements of quality content of MgO and CaO. In terms of technology, manufacturing enterprises use rotary kiln dry method with two major equipment lines derived from the G7 countries and China. G7 machinery will provide higher productivity, however, materials play a more important role in deciding the quality of cement so small firms can consider Chinese equipment, while those from G7 countries are still the best choice for large enterprises.

Logistic is still a weakness of Vietnam cement companies. The linker supply in the North is redundant, while the demand in the South is increasing, which results to the transportation of linker from the North to the South. Difficulties in shipping process cause the transporting cost higher, making the cement price in the South more expensive than in the Middle and in the North. Besides, cement price in Vietnam is predicted to rise due to the climbing of material and energy cost, which may lead to the lower efficiency of the industry.

In the near future, direct sale to projects and industrial customers may become the main trend of the industry. There are 3 groups of cement supply in Vietnam: companies under VICEM accounting for 27% of total capacity in Vietnam, foreign enterprises and private companies with large scale. The internal competition is very stiff, with the development and dominance of large brands, smaller firms are facing bankruptcy or being merged to as they are not capable to compete with the big.

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An overview of the international and domestic industry including the data about supply-demand, market shares, advantages and disadvantages, internal competition, sale strategies of retails as well as development trends of the industry in the future.

Detail information, including current status and potentials of Vietnam market: the production-consumption, import-export, market shares, revenue structure, inventories and major brands in the market.

Some forecasts in the near future and risks analysis when joining the industry.

Risk analysis through SWOT and 5-forces analyzing.

Details about top enterprises in the market.



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Executive Summary

1. Business Environment

1.1 Macroeconomic Situation

Figure 1. GDP Growth, 2008-2015

Figure 2. CPI, 2010-2015

Figure 3. Foreign exchange reserves

Figure 4. VND/USD, 2010-2015

Figure 5. State budget Deficit

Figure 6. State investment at current prices by kinds of economic activity

Figure 7. FDI in Vietnam, 2010 -Q1/2016

1.2 Legal Barriers

Table 1. Demand forecasts for 2011-2030

Table 2. WHRPG System

Table 3. Concentration level of some parameters

Table 4. Environmental Protection Tax rate applied since Jan 1st, 2012

Table 5. Natural Resources Tax rate applied since Feb 1st, 2014

Table 6. Import Export Tariff applied since 2014

1.3 Free Trade Agreement

Figure 8. FDI 2006 -2015

2. Industry Overview

2.1 Global Cement Industry Situation

2.1.1 Consumption

Figure 9. Cement consumption in the world

Figure 10. Cement consumption by country, 2014

Figure 11. Global cement demand

Figure 12. Cement consumption by country, 2014

2.1.2 Production

Figure 13. The world cement production

Figure 14. Production by regions, 2014

Figure 15. Largest cement producers in the world by country, 2014

2.1.3 Export

Figure 16. Global cement export

Figure 17. Top 6 biggest cement exporter worldwide 2014

2.1.4 Import

Figure 18. Global cement import

Figure 19. Top 10 highest cement and clinker importers by nation, 2014

2.1.5 Price Movement

Figure 20. Movement of average cement price in the world

2.1.6 Production and Consumption Situation in typical countries

2.1.7 Production and Consumption Situation in ASEAN

2.1.8 Key Players in the industry

2.2 Vietnam Cement Industry Situation

2.2.1 History of Vietnam Cement Industry

2.2.2 Definition and Classification

2.2.3 Fundamental Manufacturing Process

2.2.4 Scale and Market Share

Figure 21. Allocation of manufacturing enterprises by region

Figure 22. Allocation of cement production lines by region

Figure 23. Market shares by key players, 2014

2.2.5 Raw materials

Figure 24. Cost of Goods Sold (based on clinker cost structure of leading firms)

Figure 25. Supply, demand and power lost

Figure 26. Structure of electricity consumption by section

Figure 27. Structure of electricity consumption by industry

Figure 28. Average electricity price

Figure 29. Average electricity price by country

Figure 30. Coal reserves by region

Figure 31. Forecast of Coal demand and supply, 2015-2030

Table 7. Cement demand in the period 2010-2020

Table 8. Some fine limestone areas in North and Central

2.2.6 Production Technology

Table 9. Vertical Shaft Kilns vs. Rotary Kilns manufacturing technology for raw materials and fuel

Table 10. Vertical Shaft Kilns vs. Rotary Kilns manufacturing technology for waste

Table 11. Cost Per Unit of building cement plant

Table 12. Cost Per Unit of typical projects

Table 13. Cost Per Unit of typical projects (continue)

Table 14. Capacity of machinery from G7 and China

Table 15. Cost per unit of machinery from G7 and China

Table 16. Comparison of level of (Fr.Cao) in clinker heated in G7 and China Kiln

Table 17. Maintenance Costs of equipment from G7 and China

2.2.7 Supply-Demand

Figure 32. Domestic production -consumption, 2010-2015

Figure 33. Cement Supply and Demand in the Central, 2010-2015

Figure 34. Cement Supply and Demand in the North, 2010-2015

Figure 35. Cement Supply and Demand in the Central, 2010-2015

Figure 36. Cement Production, 2010-2015

Table 18. Total capacity of some cement plants by the end of 2015

Table 19. Total capacity of some cement plants in the period 2016-2017

2.2.8 Clinker and Cement Manufacturing

Table 20. Large enterprises in the North in 2015

Table 21. Large enterprises in the Central in 2015

Table 22. Large enterprises in the South in 2015

2.2.9 Consumption

Figure 37. Structure of consumption by region, 2010 -Q1/2016

Figure 38. Cement consumption by month, 2015 -Q1/2016e

Figure 39. Cement consumption growth by region, 2011 -2015

2.2.10 Clinker and Cement Export

Figure 40. Top 6 biggest cement exporter worldwide 2014

Figure 41. Export of cement and clinker, 2010-Q1/2016

Figure 42. Major export market, Q1/2015-Q1/2016

Figure 43. Cement manufacturers for export

Table 23. Main features of major cement exporters in Vietnam

Table 24. Major importers

Table 25. Main features of major cement importers in Vietnam

2.2.11 Inventories

Figure 44. Inventories

2.2.12 Price Movement

Figure 45. Cement price, 4/2015

Figure 46. Average cement price, 4/2015

2.2.13 Distribution Channel

2.2.14 Logistic System

Table 26. List of harbors and ports of cement enterprises

2.3 Industry Risks

2.3.1 Major Rinks

Table 27. List of delayed and cancelled plants in the Master plan

Figure 47. Structure of implementation progress of constructions, 2010 -2015

2.3.2 SWOT Analysis

2.3.3 5-Forces Analysis

Table 28. 5-forces analysis

2.4 Industry Planning

2.4.1 Cement Industrial Planning

2.4.2 Construction and Real Estate Industrial Planning

2.5 Prospects and Forecasts

2.5.1 Industry Driving Force

2.5.2 Driving Forces for Output Industry

Figure 48. Forecast on construction and infrastructure

Figure 49. Population growth

2.5.3 Global Forecast� Ministry of Industry and Trade

2.5.4 Domestic Forecast

Figure 50. Forecast of Cement industry, 2016f -2020f

3. Enterprise Analysis

Table 29. Top typical enterprises, 2015

3.1 Revenue and Profit analysis

Figure 51. Business situation of cement enterprises 2015

Figure 52. Net profit and profit growth of enterprises 2015

3.2 Operation Ratios

Figure 53. Receivables turnover of enterprises 2014-2015

Figure 54. Inventory turnover of enterprises 2014-2015

Figure 55. Asset utilization rate of enterprises 2015

3.3 Financial Strength

Figure 56. Repayment capacity ratios of enterprises 2015

Figure 57. Solvency Ratios of enterprises 2015

3.4 Management Effectiveness

Figure 58. ROA and ROE ratios of companies in the industry 2014 -2015

4. Appendix

4.1 Updated list of cement projects invested in the period 2011�2030

Table 30. Updated list of cement projects invested in the period 2011-2030

4.2 List of infrastructure project in the period 2010-2030

Table 31. List of infrastructure project in the period 2010-2030

4.3 Financial Statements

Ha Tien 1 Cement JSC

Table 32. Balance sheets

Table 33. Income statement

Table 34. Cash flow statement

Vicem Bimson Cement JSC

Table 35. Balance sheets

Table 36. Income statement

Table 37. Cash flow statement

Vicem But Son Cement JSC

Table 38. Balance sheets

Table 39. Income statement

Table 40. Cash flow statement

Vicem Hoang Mai JSC

Table 41. Balance sheets

Table 42. Income statement

Table 43. Cash flow statement

Vicem Hoang Thach Cement Company Ltd,

Table 45. Balance sheets

Table 46. Income statement

Table 47. Cash flow statement

Chinfon Cement Corporation

Table 48. Balance sheets

Table 49. Income statement

Table 50. Cash flow statement

Vissai Group

Table 51. Balance sheets

Table 52. Income statement

Table 53. Cash flow statement

Quang Ninh Construction and Cement Company

Table 54. Balance sheets

Table 55. Income statement

Table 56. Cash flow statement

Thang Long Cement JSC

Table 57. Balance sheets

Table 58. Income statement

Table 59. Cash flow statement

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Ha Tien 1 Cement JSC.

Vicem Bim Son Cement JSC.

Vicem But Son Cement JSC.

Vicem Hoang Mai Cement JSC.

Vicem Hoang Thach Cement Company Limited

Nghi Son Cement Corporation

Chinfon Cement Corporation

The Vissai Cement Group

Quang Ninh Construction and Cement JSC.

Thang Long Cement JSC.

Vietnam Cement Industry

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