China Automotive and Industrial Grease Industry

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China, economically frail before 1978, has again become one of the world's major economic powers with the greatest potential.

Industry and construction account for 46.8 (97%) of China's GDP. Between 2011 and 2013, China use more cement than the United States consumed during the entire 20th century. In 2009 around 8% of the total manufacturing output in the world came from China itself and China ranked third worldwide in industrial output that year (first was EU and second United States). Research by IHS Global Insight states that in 2010 China contributed to 19.8% of world's manufacturing output and became the largest manufacturer in the world that year, after the US had held that position for about 110 years. In November, 2012 the State Council of the People's Republic of China mandated a "social risk assessment" for all major industrial projects. This requirement followed mass public protests in some locations for planned projects or expansions.

Major industries include mining and ore processing; iron and steel; aluminium; coal; machinery; armaments; textiles and apparel; petroleum; cement; chemical; fertilizers; food processing; automobiles and other transportation equipment including rail cars and locomotives, ships, and aircraft; consumer products including footwear, toys, and electronics; telecommunications and information technology.

China has become a preferred destination for the relocation of global manufacturing facilities. Its strength as an export platform has contributed to incomes and employment in China.

 

Some data related lubricants industry and about grease manufacture in China:

Semi-Synthetic greases 8,40  kMT
Synthetic greases 17,10  kMT
Mineral based greases 397,00  kMT
Biodegradable greases 0,10  kMT

 

1 kilogram =
0.001 metric ton



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