PAPER & PAPERBOARD PRODUCTION & CONSUMPTION FOR VIET NAM
|HOME||COUNTRY WISE STATISTICS|
|S.N.||Particular||Time of Information||Source|
|03||Total Pulp/Paper/Paperboard Production||1.742||2014||FAO|
|03.3||Writing & printing||0.428|
|07||Per Capita Consumption (Kg./year/person)||31.0|
|08.0||Recovered Paper: Collection||0.120|
|09.0||Wood Pulp: Production||0.540|
|10||No. of Pulp/Paper Mills|
|11||Main Raw Materials|
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Top 5 Non-Wood Pulp Producing Countries in Million Metric Ton in 2010
South East Asia is expected to becomes the fastest growing market for Paper in the next 10 years. Paper demand and consumption are rising in Vietnam to supply domestic needs of 84 million peoples. In 2009 total capacity of paper production was 1.8 million tones, increased by 30% from year 2008. It could be seen average annual growth rate of 13-15% in the paper demand and capacity.
VIETNAM PULP AND PAPER MARKET
PAPER CONSUMPTION, PRODUCTION, IMPORT AND EXPORT
|Paper consumption in 2013||3,096,585 Tons, rose||8.90% year -on-year|
|Production||1,680,000 Tons, rose||2.57% year -on-year|
|Import||1,542,585 Tons, rose||16.82% year -on-year|
|Export||126,000 Tons, rose||9.81% year -on-year|
|Paper Consumption increases||6.55% year -on - year|
|Paper Production increases||6.01% year -on - year|
|Import increases||7.29% year -on - year|
|Export increases||8.24% year -on - year|
Newsprint paper import in 2013 was up to 57,000 Tons, as twice as domestic production to meet consumption of more than 80,000 Tons
PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER
Printing and writing paper import rose 30.27% year on year and reached 155,878 tons. Printing and writing paper export via notebook rose 5.26% year on year.
Packaging paper production is the most stable sector in the paper industry. Production in 2013 rose 10.25% year-on-year.
Tissue paper production in 2013 increased nearly 40% year-on-year as new PMs were erected and came online. Therefore, tissue paper export in 2013 also increased 72% year-on-year. Tissue paper consumption also increased nearly 30% though people saved on consumption. This might be the result of high urbanization growth rate and the convenience of tissue paper in daily life.
JOSS PAPER PRODUCTION
Mainly for export only rose 4.92% year-on-year. Consumption per capita increased slightly from 32.03 kg/year to 34.48 kg/year.