I’m interested in reports on the fertilizer industry, but with a focus on organic, and in the Asian and Oceania region.
Thank you for submitting your information request. There were many reports in our database about fertilizers to answer your question. There are reports that discuss global data as well for Asia/Oceania specifically.
Report 1: The Role of Fertilizer in Transforming the Agricultural Economy in the Kyrgyz Republic, Oct. 2014
This report discusses the organic fertilizer consumption in the Kyrgyz Republic with more than 40 types of organo-mineral fertilizer that exists in the market. This report also discusses the region in the country that uses the most fertilizer. A local company, Adaid, LLC, produces this product. Kyrgzy Humate, and it is recommended for its low price. There are charts that discuss the supply and consumption of organic fertilizer in metric tonnes in the Kyrgyz Republic from 2006-2012.
This report also discusses the structure of the market whereas fertilizer is imported via railroad into the country from Uzbekistan, Russia and Kazakhstan and distributed to large farmers (70%) and small farmers (30%). The names of the fertilizer suppliers from the above three countries are also included and may be considered as competitors in this region.
Supply chain costs such as producer price per metric tonne, transportation, overhead, storage, finance and operating costs are included in a table leading up to the wholesale prices and local market prices.
Finally, which may also be important to know, the role of the government in this industry is included because, in this country, the government of Kyrgyz negotiated an agreement with Uzbekistan to supply the fertilizer on a national level without private contractors. This arrangement may exist in many other countries also.
Report 2: Organic fertilizer transport across borders: transparency in legislation, May 2015
This report specifically discusses the transport of organic fertilizer across borders in Europe. Some topics include the difficulties such as regulations from individual countries, the type of manure (i.e. pig, cattle, horse, etc.) and treatment (i.e. processed, separated, etc.). There is a case study that demonstrates the process of transporting manure across Europe.
Report 3: Turn waste into gains, Jan 2014
This report produced by a fertilizer company contains data and a chart of the global trade in organic fertilizers in net weight as well as the cost in US dollars from 1990 through 2013. There is also a graph depicting the trends in the price from 2007 through 2017 as well as a graph that shows the trends in global production and consumption forecasted through 2017. Some data reported includes the percentage of fertilizer exported and imported by Europe, Asia, African and the Americas.
— Turn waste into gains, Jan 2014
Report 1: China Green Agriculture, Inc, May 2015
This report on China Green Agriculture shows the market segmentation of organic fertilizer companies in China. Market segments included local enterprises, large regional enterprises, national-level companies and multinational suppliers. It discusses the number of manufacturers in the market and the issues they are facing such as innovation, capital and access to market intelligence. Finally, this presentation shows some growth strategies and benchmarks to achieve by 2020.
There are many other reports including the following:
- Organic fertilizer production from cow manure in Indonesia, Sept 2014
- Value Chain; Compost in Bangladesh, Feb 2015
- Inside; Agriculture in India, Dec 2014
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