For 2013-2017 in the industry noted positive dynamics: CAGR during the study period is 8.2%.
For imported supply of DPK in the domestic market in 2013-2017 are characterized by unstable dynamics. The importation of DPK in the domestic market implemented by 10 countries, the key of which is China (7 manufacturers). Export the KDP do not exceed 1% and, respectively, a significant impact on the industry do not have.
Analysts "TECHART" was updated — the twelfth version of research report of the market of wood-plastic composites, the monitoring of which the company carries since 2007.
In the new edition of the commercial report updated information on the following topics:
- estimated volume and dynamics of the market of wood-plastic composites for 2013-2017;
- the manufacturers that entered the market in recent years;
- added foreign trade statistics of DPK for 2015-2017;
- the estimated market capacity given the current situation in the industry;
- updated market forecasts for the medium term;
- the state of the major markets of consumption of WPC in 2017.
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Moscow. July 23. INTERFAX - Stocks of sugar factories of the Russian Federation for the first half of 2018 fell to a record for this time of 1,861 million tons, reported "Interfax" the leading expert of Institute of a conjuncture of the agrarian market (IKAR) Evgenie Ivanov, citing data from Rosstat.
According to him, for the half year 2017 inventories decreased by 1,815 million tons, 2016 - 1,345 million tons.
The expert recalled that the peak value of the stocks had at the end of December 2017 and amounted to 2,415 million tons.
Thus, at the end of June this year, the factory stocks of sugar amounted to 554 thousand tons, only 60 tons more than in the same period last year, he said.
Says E. Ivanov, this year the market will return to normal and not feel the pressure of excessive inventories accumulated in recent seasons. "It is very likely that harvesting and processing of beets will be delayed for one to three weeks, especially in the South, - he explained. - Besides the currently high level of daily sugar consumption, he more than 21 thousand tons. Exports, though small, but still, importing below previous years."
"So the market will be able, finally, to master the accumulated reserves. This will keep the wholesale price of sugar from excess seasonal drop in August-December 2018," - said Ivanov.
According to him, in the coming months the market will go at least 6 million tons new sugar.
Annual demand in sugar is estimated at 6.12 million tons, imports of white sugar at 0.24 million tons.
J'son & Partners Consulting presents main results of investigation of Russian and global market of RFID tags and readers, as well as their development prospects.
Global market technologies of radio frequency identification (RFID) shows a steady development over the past years. Currently in the world there are about 59.5 billion RFID devices.The highest total number of devices (of 20.55 billion pieces, or about 34.5 percent) operated in the retail sector. The following important segments of the market are smart cards and smart tickets, these devices together account for approximately 32.8% of the global fleet of RFID-devices. More than 1 billion RFID devices is also operated in the segments of marking equipment, books, vehicles, logistics, animal husbandry and healthcare.
In the period from 2015 to 2017, the worldwide volume RFID market grew in value terms by 12.6% - from 9.95 billion. USA to 11.2 billion. USA. Sustainable development has also been demonstrated by sales of RFID equipment in kind. By the end of 2017, sales in real terms reached 18.2 billion units On the global market for RFID technologies currently, there are three key region-user specified products: the Asia-Pacific region, North America and Europe. Together, these regions account for about 84% of the global consumption of the relevant equipment and services.
Competitive environment in the global market of RFID technology is represented in more than 1000 companies:
- Market leaders – companies that provide annual sales of related equipment and services in excess of $ 100 million. USA. Geographically present in several regions;
- Following the leaders – companies with annual sales of $ 20-100 million. USA with a limited geographic presence;
- Other players – companies with annual sales of up to $ 20 million. USA. As a rule, operate in a geographically limited market.
In subsequent years, the global RFID market will continue to demonstrate sustainable development and by 2021 could reach $ 16.2 billion. USA. Passive RFID tags will continue to be the most capacious segment of the market, the demand for these products by 2021 is estimated at us $ 6.4 billion. USA. The highest rates of demand growth in the years 2017-2021 will be marked in the segment of related services, software, network equipment.
The Russian market of RFID-technology is at the stage of formation and occupies a small volume in global sales. The current volume of the Russian market of RFID-solutions is estimated to be worth up to $ 250 million. USA. Active promotion of RFID technologies in Russia started in 2005-2006, when the integrator companies are not only offer solutions based on RFID, but also to conduct active marketing policy for their promotion.
Analysis of the current situation in the market of RFID suggests that the most popular areas of implementation of these technologies are logistics, production and access control, pharmacy and jewelry industry.
Key events in 2017 and indicating considerable market potential of RFID in Russia, are:
1. In November 2017, it became known about possible development in the Russian system of solid sales tracking, which will allow you to control any commodity business operations together with retail sales and taxation. Held 10.11.2017, meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's five departments (the Ministry of industry, Ministry of Finance, Federal tax service, Federal customs service, Federal security service) tasked to develop and present the "draft concept on the creation in Russia of the system of labeling of goods with control (identification) signs". The period of execution of instructions indicated 10.02.2018, we are Talking about the preparation of legislative and conceptual base for one of the most ambitious projects of the control of commodity markets in the country's history — a continuous system for commodity marking with identification marks until 2024 and "measures for the tracking of all product groups in the territory of the Russian Federation". Similar projects already exist for medicines, fur and tobacco.
2. 2 may 2017 at the meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission issued an Order of the Board of EEC No. 45, which was approved the list of goods proposed by the Russian Federation in respect of which the appropriate marking:
- 3004 – medicinal products;
- 00 3303 - perfumes and toilet waters;
- 4011 - tires pneumatic rubber new;
- 4203 10 000 - clothing of leather;
- 6106 – blouse, blouses and shirts, knitted or crocheted women's or girls;
- 6201 – coats, capes, cloaks, anoraks (including skijackets), windcheaters, windjackets and similar articles men's or boys';
- 6202 - coats, capes, cloaks, anoraks (including skijackets), windcheaters, windjackets and similar articles women's or girls';
- 6302 – bed linen, table linen, toilet and kitchen;
- 6403 – footwear with outer soles of rubber, plastics, leather or composition leather and uppers of leather;
- 9006 – cameras (except for cameras); flash and flash lamp.
3. The launch of the "Rostec" serial production of equipment for labelling of medicines in Russia. The rostec state Corporation in the development of digital health announced 16.10.2017 about the start of serial production of equipment for the labeling of drugs. The operator of the project designated Center of advanced technology development. The volume of investments in the project, according to industrial Director of electronic cluster of the state Corporation "rostec" Sergey Kulikov, exceeded 20 million euros.
4. JSC "Angstrom" in March received a positive opinion from JSC "Goznak" on the testing of RFID tags for fur. During testing, the RFID tags have demonstrated high strength and resistance to impact of external factors: temperature, mechanical, chemical, or humidity. Estimated volume of supply of RFID labels to fur products on the domestic market could reach 2.5 million units a year.
5. At the end of September 2017 was a well-known operator of a pilot project for the marking of cigarettes, which is supposed to start in 2018. They can become the Center of development of advanced technologies (CCT), established in June 2017 with the participation of Rostec and USM Holdings. The experiment should take place in the framework of public-private partnerships, so the selected CCT. It owns 50% of Nexign (ex. "Peter-Service", included in A. Usmanov's USM Holdings), 25% at open company "Elvis +" (A. Galitsky).
6. Equipment Russian manufacturer of radio frequency identification (RFID) "PCT-invent" integrated into the system to account fur "Marking" of the Federal tax service. RFID reader Bookos 2.0 FE from the "PCT-invent" is designed to work with furs, the control is marked with identification marks (Kiz) and is fully compatible with the software on. Bookos 2.0 FE meets all the requirements of the tax service to the RFID-equipment for testing, individualization and reading Keyes.
In Russia operates a limited number of domestic companies producing goods for RFID. The key players of the market of the Russian Federation should include the following businesses:
- Mikron/SITRONICS Smart Technologies;
Key player of the Russian Federation in terms of implementation of RFID solutions is the company "Micron", controlling a significant volume of local production.
In the Russian market RFID technology also presents a fairly wide range of foreign equipment. According to Roskomnadzora on the Russian market, certified goods item 73 related to the application of RFID technologies. According to the FCS of the Russian Federation the total volume of supplies of imported products in the field of RFID technologies on the Russian market in 2015-2016 was 18.3- $ 19.2 million. USA terms of value, showing a tendency to decrease in volumes of import.
It should be noted to increase the volume of export supply of RFID products from the Russian Federation in 2016 compared to 2015 $ 1.1 million. USA up to $ 1.9 million. USA. Key regions for export produced in the Russian Federation RFID products, until recently, was the United States, which was carried out to 85% of export deliveries of products of Russian companies.
At present, the domestic market there are several major categories of players, offering RFID equipment:
- distributors (not directly involved in the implementation of equipment);
integrators (engaged in development of complex solutions);
- producers (some in the implementation of developed equipment).
The public sector plays an increasingly active role in shaping the demand for RFID solutions in Russia. For 2012-3 months. 2018 in Russia held more than 300 public procurement on the implementation of RFID technologies in excess of 900 million rubles. At the end of 2017 the total volume of public procurement in the field of RFID technology has reached 423 million.
Prospects of implementation of RFID solutions in Russia is largely linked to the need for use of radio frequencies in special ranges, which entails the necessity of obtaining appropriate permits for the equipment used. Currently widely used following standardized frequency bands:
- Low-frequency (LF, LF) – 125-134 KHz
- High-frequency (HF, HF) – 13.56 MHz
- Ultra-high frequency (UHF, UHF) – 860-960 MHz
- Microwave (SHF) – 2.4 GHz
By order of the Federal Agency for technical regulation and Metrology No. 56-St dated 26.04.2011 G. approved the national standard of Russian Federation GOST R ISO/IEC 15963-2011 "Information technology. Radio frequency identification for control items. Unique identification of RFID tags" with the date of the enactment of 01.01.2012 This standard establishes requirements for the structure identifiers that are stored in the memory of RFID tags, while preserving their unique identity. The standard can serve as a basis for development of regulatory documents for specific applications in the field of radio frequency identification and is intended for developers and manufacturers of integrated circuits of RFID tags, as well as for all users of radio frequency identification technology.
The predictive capacity of the Russian RFID market by 2020-2023. can reach $ 500 million. USA with the removal of the existing barriers for use of radio frequencies.
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J'son & Partners Consulting presents the results of market research of Smart Home system - "smart house". The segment is still at an early stage of development, fragmented different standards and protocols, resulting in problems in the interaction of devices with each other and the system as a whole. However, the Smart Home is a concept, which is heavily invested vendors and service providers actively offer solutions to end-users.
Based on the analysis of global trends of development of Smart Home systems and processes occurring on the Russian market, analysts J'son & Partners Consulting identifies the main trends of the markets, drivers and barriers, trends in the formation of ecosystems of the Smart Home (such as the development of systems to ensure interoperability between other devices, the introduction of innovative products and solutions, the formation of new segments of the Smart Home).
The study focused on the blocks of interest to the emerging Russian market of Smart Home, including the definition of segments based on user needs, priority products and solutions, current global trends of Smart Home systems.
Industry in Russia is at the beginning of development in the area of greenfield; according to J'son & Partners Consulting, the share of households that use such systems, at the end of 2017 amounted to about 0.6%.
However, in recent years to determine the trends on the revitalization of the markets, Smart City, Smart Home, both from the state controller and the initiator of the digitization of the economy (including the projects of infrastructure, building Smart cities, Smart utilities, etc.) and key market participants, primarily Telecom operators, IT companies, equipment manufacturers.
Despite the barriers (economic, social) that stand in the way of development of Smart Home with the development of the product proposals, implementation of government initiatives, lower TCO systems, Smart Home, users will see options to save resources and to ensure the safety of family members and property when using our products and solutions Smart Home, the benefits of the use of technologies that will be an additional market driver.
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Analytical center together with the Russian gas society held a roundtable "Development of market-based pricing principles in the domestic gas market."
Head of research Management at the energy of the Analytical center Alexander Kurdin said that in December 2017 by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation from December 21, 2017 No. 618 was approved by the national development plan competition, which involves a transition by 2020 to the market pricing of gas. Also under consideration is a draft resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation on the development of market-based pricing principles in the domestic gas market developed by the FAS Russia. This project contains a number of steps to ensure the transition to market pricing in the wholesale gas market no later than 1 July 2019.
"For our domestic market gas price should always always a constant", - said the Director of the Department of production and transportation of oil and gas, energy Ministry Alexander Gladkov. Thus apart from issues relating to gas prices, there are other related tariffs, balancing and storage, said the expert. "If a comprehensive look at the situation, we will see that over the last 5 years in the domestic gas market dramatic changes have occurred. There is a positional war, the constant opposition from the independent companies and PJSC "Gazprom", where each strengthens its position," said Gladkov.
"The market for the supply of natural gas has ceased to be a monopoly, but is highly concentrated. The share of the 3 largest sellers of PJSC "Gazprom", PJSC "NOVATEK", PJSC "NC "Rosneft" - is more than 70%, while the share of each of the business entities above 8%. It turns out that these companies collectively dominate the commodity market," - said Deputy head of FAS Russia Anatoly Golomolzin. The expert noted that in Russia are set by the market pricing mechanisms in the gas market, among which the presence of the indicator on the exchange market, a single tariff for transportation over-the-counter indicator is created by registration of transactions. The Golomolzin believes that the development of exchange trade in gas – the key to creating a system in which the consumer directly participates in the pricing.
Also the Deputy head presented the proposals of the FAS Russia on deregulation in the gas supply market. "It is necessary to cancel state regulation of wholesale gas prices, implemented by the PJSC "Gazprom" to establish unified tariffs for transportation of gas via trunk gas pipelines for independent gas producers, Gazprom and its affiliates, and change the procedure for determining the coefficient used for the calculation of the tax on extraction of mineral resources", - said Golomolzin.
Managing Director for gas and electricity market, JSC "SPIMEX" Sergey Trofimenko noted that it is important to ensure free access of gas market participants to the selection of tools supplies and purchase gas, namely, the formation of a portfolio of short-term and long-term contracts to ensure optimal sales strategy and maximum satisfaction with minimal costs and risks.
Belgorod oblast, June 22. - JSC "shebekinsk machine building plant" (JSC "SHMZ"), one of the oldest and largest enterprises for production of bakery and confectionery oborudovaniya the territory of the Russian Federation, with the support of the Ministry of industry and trade has launched a number of projects to equip manufacturers of bakery products.
JSC "Chernihiv" (Naberezhnye Chelny), the company has developed and installed an innovative automated line for oval and round baking hearth breads made from wheat flour and mixed flour rolls, mastered a new direction in the technology of production of pan bread ", Postbac" (Novo-Altaisk), as well as a number of other projects, implemented for the first time Russian manufacturers of bakery and confectionery equipment.
JSC "Grodnohlebprom" (Republic of Belarus), OOO "Firm Mary" (Chelyabinsk), LLC "home Sweet home" (Tula), KF "Slavyanka" (Stary Oskol), OAO "Novomichurinsk bakery" (Novomichurinsk) delivered innovative automated candy line.
JSC "SHMZ" like other manufacturers in the industry constantly monitors trends in the bakery market in Russia, improving the range of manufactured equipment, which by its characteristics is not inferior to foreign analogues, and in many respects superior to them, and are ready to fully meet the needs of Russian bread-baking plants.
"We managed to maintain the competence in the production of technological equipment despite the fact that for more than 10 years we work in unequal competitive conditions with foreign suppliers in connection with the established zero rates of import customs duties on imported equipment," - said the head of JSC "SHMZ" Vitaly Minkin.
The opinion of the head of JSC "SHMZ" support manufacturers of dryers for agricultural products, milk separators, dishwashers, elevators, conveyors and many other types of machinery for the industrial preparation and manufacture of food products.
In their view, the establishment in the market of equal conditions with foreign producers by raising import duties to the level of binding could significantly increase production and the Russian producers would occupy the vacated niches.
It should be noted that due to the implementation of measures of state support in recent years, the production of Russian equipment for the baking industry increased 1.8 times, and its market share reached in 2017 65%.
"The increase in import duties on food processing equipment to join the WTO will have a significant positive and stimulating effect on the development of production equipment for the food industry and will not lead to higher prices for food products on the domestic market of Russia. This measure will allow to increase volume of investments in the development and production of new modern models of equipment and perform tasks to gradually reduce the dependence of agro-industrial complex from the import of technologies, machinery and equipment," - said the Director of the Department of agricultural, food and road construction machinery of the Ministry of Industry and trade of the Russian Federation Yevgeny korchevoi.
Global competition, technology, high request for the products high-tech economy, increase the attractiveness of investment in startups and innovative projects. Along with IT, developments in the field of artificial intelligence and the "Internet of things", corporations and foundations increasingly invest in biotechnology. Only for 2017 the growth of investment in European biotechnology companies was 29% (from 1.93 billion to 2.49 billion euros). While the dominant market for the biotechnology industry remain the United States, where a growing number of venture capital funds willing to invest in the markets for biotech.
The attraction of biotechnology for investors? First, it is the fastest growing segment of the "new economy" - about 10-12% per year. According to research company Grand View Research, during the next 7 years the global biotechnology market will grow almost in 2 times (from $400 billion in 2018 to $727,1 billion by 2025). Second, the company biotech industries demonstrate a higher return - for example, the net rate of return biotech venture companies is as high as 26.8% (for comparison, venture capital funds other industries show a yield of 21.8%). Third, businesses related to innovative biotechnological development and production, can in a short period to increase the shareholder returns of tens and even hundreds of times. The General index of biotechnological production grows in 2010. The largest and one of the most attractive ETFs in the biotechnology sector is the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB), which owns shares in more than 190 biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. Over 5 years shares of the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB) rose by 75%.
But most importantly, is the impact of developments in the field of biotechnologies on the quality of life. An increasing number of countries seeking to enter the "club 80+" on life expectancy. Today in this club, lead Hong Kong - life expectancy 83,73 year, Japan - 83,3 years, Italy - 82,84 of the year, Switzerland - 82,66 year and the Singapore – 82,64. Increasing the average age and, as a consequence, the demand for the latest developments in the field of biotechnology drugs, vaccines, materials, devices. Today about 90% of all biotechnological products in the world refers to medicine and health care is the development of new drugs and vaccines, molecular diagnostics, cell technologies, editing of the human genome, grown tissue and even entire organs, the introduction of biopolymers that are compatible with the cells of the body.
The biggest market of the life science and pharmaceuticals in the USA. This creates half of the world total bioproducts for health. High performers are European countries. The new "growth point" biotechnological development in recent years is China. According to the investment Bank's Chanson & Co, the Chinese are concerned about the health and population determines the enormous capacity of the market goods in the health sector. Biotechnology is defined by the government of China as one of the 7 key direction? the development of the country, and the government annually invested around $40 USD in biotechnology, which allowed attracting over $10 billion of venture capital investment? in the industry only in recent years.
The industry of biotechnology products in Russia is still in its infancy. The global market share - less than one percent. A kind of stop-factor is the complexity of bringing products to market and long development cycle from a testing phase to launch commercial product. But today, biotechnology is defined as the key direction of innovative development of the economy along with IT and nanotechnology. According to the "Comprehensive program of biotechnology development in Russian Federation for the period till 2020" the share of imports in the consumption of biodegradable should be reduced by 50% and exports to increase in 25 times. The production volume is expected to grow by 33.
To address these challenges in 2013, the government adopted a series of measures to stimulate demand for the products and increase the competitiveness of biocompany (public procurement, grants, establishment of new standards and technical regulations), to develop education and scientific research programme to create regional clusters of development.
Some progress in the settlement of the Russian market of biotechnology have increased the interest of investors, including increased investments in venture projects at different stages. In 2016, the healthcare industry was third on the venture investment market with a $12 million after IT with $14 million and the telecommunication industry with $83 million Deal for metproduktsii, according to the FRII was made of 1.6 billion rubles, which indicates a high financial activity. Experts attribute this to the increased confidence in the biotech funds with big capital.
"Earlier most of the investments in biotech businesses in our country were in the seed stage of formation of the companies. Here lower the entry threshold to $1 million Today we are witnessing the opposite trend, investors seek to enter the stage of growth and expansion. This suggests that the venture capital market gradually began to shift to large parties, and the strategy of entry and exit investment today more thought out than five years ago," said trend chief analyst of the group Investpoint Alexander Weber.
However, many successful projects need significant investments at an early stage. A good start gives you the possibility of entering new markets. Example – SKOLKOVO "Actually". This is a project for the first Russian medical exoskeleton to help people with disabilities. The device allows you to restore limb movement after a stroke and injuries.
At the beginning of the project Moscow Seed Fund and Biofond RVC invested in the company "Actually" 16 million rubles. Funds went to the completion of the first commercial version of the exoskeleton and its withdrawal on the Russian market. Began mass production, then followed by a large contract with the Government of Moscow and the supply devices in a Metropolitan hospital. Today, the Russian product is in demand in the Asian market. Korean investors are investing in its promotion, including in China and Japan. Explanation: this is a good production, not inferior to foreign analogues, but cheaper 3 times.
To domestic developers in the field of biotech and healthcare today highlighted players and foreign venture capital markets. For example, last year first and largest Russian investment venture Fund RBV Capital was investing in another SKOLKOVO resident - AGCT. Investments in 44 million roubles will be allocated to the development of innovative technologies for genome editing to treat HIV.
Rapid advances in biotechnology have shown the company 3D Bioprinting Solutions. The company uses technology of three-dimensional bioprinting, creating organs from stem cells of the patient. Is a branch of bioengineering which in the future will allow you to replace damaged or old organs. In 2014, the team created the first Russian bio-printer, a year printed copy of the thyroid gland of the mouse, and in 2016, the company signed an agreement with the United rocket and space Corporation on the delivery of the bio-printer to the ISS.
Another Russian startup "Biomicrogels" it was noted that there was a selection in the TOP 100 out of thousands of applications for participation in the British MassChallenge acceleration program in 2016. "Becomingly" is also a resident of the SKOLKOVO Foundation and a graduate of the accelerator GenerationS.
A lot now depends on an expert assessment of startups, given their narrow focus, the analyst Investpoint. For the further development of the Russian biotechnology market greater role is played by the presence and expansion of the industry of venture capital funds and investor companies with a focus on biomedical topic. A special role in this process is devoted to the examination of the inside state development institutions – VNESHECONOMBANK, RUSNANO, RVC, SKOLKOVO.
"On the horizon of next 5 years in the market of medical products are likely to expect a certain decline in applications for smartphones and other small developments. They do not justify the expectations imposed several years ago. However, we can expect increased investment in the segment of more serious medical technological development, which undoubtedly will demonstrate sustainable growth, - the analyst Alexander Weber. – It is likely that biotechnology will be able to overtake on the attractiveness of the it industry, which is now a kind of "benchmark" for investors.
Experts of the food market of the Russian Federation expect growth of production costs in connection with the forthcoming VAT increase to 20%. This happens despite the fact that the government promises to maintain the preferential VAT rate of 10% for food products. The result may be a rise in price of food, they say.
"The increased VAT rate will affect the cost of production, but the problem must be viewed in the context of not only taxes but also other planned changes," - said "Interfax" the Executive Director of the National Union of milk producers (Soyuzmoloko) Artem Belov.
According to him, it is, in particular, about the plans of the Ministry of industry and trade on introduction of import duties on equipment for food and processing industry. As these industries in terms of equipment almost entirely dependent on imports, primarily from the import of high-tech equipment, it could adversely affect the investment plans of the companies, he said. We are talking about introduction of duties on 60-70 types of equipment. Now it comes to Russia at a zero rate. "Today the industry is in serious investment stage, has ambitious plans for exports, and all these initiatives - and to increase VAT and import duty, and on the system "mercury" (electronic veterinary certification) are not the most timely. To anything good it will not", - said Alexander Belov.
Because the increase in VAT will increase the cost of production, agrees the head of National meat Association (NMA) Sergey Yushin.
According to him, the increase in VAT rates may lead to higher prices for some services used by the agricultural sector. "It will directly affect production costs and ultimately on prices," he said. Moreover, according to Sergei Yushin, it will complicate the situation of the producers, "since in such circumstances of reduced consumption, and hence demand for their products will go down."
The Director General of the Institute for agricultural market studies (IKAR) Dmitry Rylko also believes that the increase in VAT rates will lead to higher costs for farmers. The result is an increase consumers will pay for, he said.
"In addition, because the food is low price elasticity goods consumers will have to buy more lower-quality products," he said, adding that the rise in food prices, as a rule, does not lead to a strong drop of consumption: the products will still buy.
Currently, almost all agricultural and food products are subject to VAT at 10%. With the exception of delicatessen, confectionery, some kinds of fruit. Them VAT rate is 18%.
As the Executive Director of the Centre for research of the confectionery market (CICR) Elizaveta Nikitin, the growth rate to 20% can lead to additional price increases on finished products. "This will significantly hit the market and the consumption of sweets, because in the face of rising prices consumers first begin to reduce their spending on sweets, she said. For example, the sharp rise in prices for confectionery products during the crisis of 2015 has led to such consequences: consumption reduction and reduction of volumes of output".
According to her, currently the market situation is difficult: expensive certain types of raw materials, reduced delivery of cocoa products, the retail price of sweetness, which for some time had fallen, turned and re-turned to growth, which threatens to lower consumption and slower production growth.
The government plans to January 1, 2019 to increase the VAT rate from 18% to 20%, retaining the existing exemption in 10%.
Opinions of government economists and market participants on the likely impact of the government's decision on raising the VAT rates were divided. Finance Minister Anton Siluanov believes that this will lead to the acceleration of inflation in 2019 is not more than 1.5 percentage points — up to 4-4. 5%, which, however, "should not affect the policy of the Central Bank". Equally ambiguous about the possible impact of rising VAT rates on monetary policy, the Central Bank yesterday said the presidential aide Andrei Belousov. "The calculations that were made show that the increase in (VAT.— "B") will be insignificant. And accordingly, there is every reason to believe that the Bank of Russia will not have to adjust, raise. Let's see how to react to the markets," he said.
Managing Director of macroeconomic analysis and forecasting of the rating Agency "Expert RA" Anton tabah assessing the impact of increased VAT rates on inflation 2019 0.5–0.75%. He notes that in case of increase of tariffs of state monopolies, inflation in 2019 are guaranteed to be above the target of the Central Bank at 4 percent, forcing the regulator to "raise from the experiences of other countries." Natalia Orlova of Alfa Bank said that "marginally weaken inflationary risks" will allow the preservation of preferential VAT rates.
Also interviewed by the Agency "Interfax" market participants, including representatives of the National Union of milk producers, the National meat Association, the Institute for agricultural market and research Center of the confectionery market yesterday spoke with one voice on the future growth of producer costs by increasing the VAT rate, which will be passed on to the end consumer. And in the retail companies Association (ACORT) said that "the trade network of the HSE now assesses the situation and your margin of safety for retention of price dynamics in the inflation corridor."
Analysts of research company "Tekart" completed a custom study of the Russian market of L-lysine.
L-lysine — feed Supplement for farm animals. Is an essential amino acid, is part of most proteins and promotes growth and tissue repair, production of antibodies, hormones, enzymes, and albumin.
Production of L-lysine in Russia launched in 2015. At the moment in the industry there are only two producers of amino acids: LLC "Plant of premixes No. 1" and OOO "Aminoil". The leader of the Russian market of lysine in 2017 became a Chinese company Eppen Group, which share 48.3%. Among final consumers of amino acids it is possible to allocate larger agricultural holdings, the "independent" producers of animal feed and premixes and livestock farms.
In the study carried out an assessment of the market and its trends, analyzed domestic production, foreign trade operations, identified key market participants. Also presents forecast of market development till 2020.
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The 2014-2016 year was marked by the intensification of production of lubricants from major oil refining enterprises of the Russian market: opening of the factory of lubricants of JSC "LUKOIL" — "INTESA" in Volgograd in 2014, the transfer of the production of high-tech lubricants LLC "Gazpromneft-SM" with the company in Italy to the factory in Omsk, the start of production of high-tech greases Rosneft CM Moscow in NZ in 2015. In addition, there were the increase in the share of premium products in the overall structure of the domestic production of lubricants^ so the share of the segment amounted in 2016 amounted to 21.6%, while in 2012 was less than 5%. These and many other conclusions of analysts of the company "Tekart" on the results of the research of Russian market greases with a focus on the oil and gas industry.
This report presents data on the volume and dynamics of the Russian market greases, the market structure in the context of manufacturers, product types, areas of usage, the ratio of domestic and foreign products, trends and perspectives of market development, competitive environment, and the demand forecast up to 2025.
In addition, was additionally conducted an in-depth analysis by segment greases used in the oil and gas industry, spanning products for the main areas of application of lubricant pipes, equipment, valves. Data were obtained about the volume and dynamics of the segment in 2014-2017, the structure of consumption in terms of types of lubricants, manufacturers, brands, conducted a detailed analysis of foreign trade, the seasonality of demand, import dependence, identified the major consumers, provides information on key regulatory rules that affect the amount and types of food consumed, the requirements for lubricants and types of equipment to be lubricated.
"The market of lubricants" — a detailed description of the report about the marketing research of the market
The experience of the research company "Tekart" in the field "Petroleum products, industrial chemicals, petrochemicals"
The backbone of the Russian market of plywood is domestic production: the demand for this material is almost completely satisfied by domestic companies. For the first time since 2009, plywood production in 2017 showed a downward trend: the indicator fell by 2.2% over the previous year, resulting in the volume of production was at the level of 2015.
These data were obtained by the research company "Tekart" in the course of working on a new, fifth, version of the final report "Marketing research of Russian market of plywood" based on estimates of domestic production of plywood and customs statistics for import / export shipments of these products in 2017.
In addition, the updated study included forecastingthe development of Russian market up to 2021, market sectors-consumer, pricing and competition analysis of the market of plywood.
For a General understanding of the situation in the Russian industry production of plywood in the study was also the analysis of the global market of plywood: describes the main changes and trends that occurred during the study period, we presented the evaluation of physical indicators of the global market in 2016-2017 and forecast of development until 2018.
The results are presented in the form of commercial analytical report (35 000 rubles).
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Novosibirsk, June 9, 2018: the Group of companies "Obuv Rossii", one of the leaders of the Russian footwear market, plans to open a new Shoe factory in the village of Linevo of the Novosibirsk region, which received the status of the territory of advancing socio-economic development in March 2018. An investment project of factory on manufacture zelenotropyns shoes and Shoe bottom parts made of polymer materials Group, introduced today at the Board of investment of the Novosibirsk region. For the project in the structure of the Group created a new company — OOO "Avalink", which is registered in Linevo. The company plans to open a factory in the 3rd quarter of 2019, when at full capacity in 2023, the plant will produce 1.1 million pieces per year. The planned volume of investments will amount to 760 million rubles. The new factory will be involved including the existing production capacity of the company, which is located in Novosibirsk, and developed technology.
"Footwear of Russia" may become the first resident of the ADZ. "Linevo well located from the point of view of interaction with our main manufacturing facility in nearby Berdsk, as a result, we will receive the cooperation of the two companies. We believe that obtaining the status of ADZ, an important achievement of the regional authorities, which will attract new investors to the region. Our company is interested in the project, the ADZ was attended by as many players as possible, including of light industry, and related industries", comments Anton Titov, Director GK "Footwear of Russia".
"Obuv Rossii" plans to create on the territory of Linevo factory zelenotropyns shoes and Shoe bottom parts made of polymeric materials. The company already has experience in the production of polymer footwear, primarily from ethylene vinyl acetate: 2014 in Novosibirsk is an automated plant for the production of such shoes. At the moment, "Footwear of Russia" has developed and implemented such a range, such as: shale, clogs made entirely of EVA and with a combination of EVA and other materials; women's winter boots-quilted and men's winter solid boots for hunters and fishermen; women's summer shoes.
At the site in Linevo range of shoes will be expanded. The main marketing channel for the new production facility will become its own retail network of "Obuv Rossii", which now has more than 580 stores; in three years the company intends to increase to 1,000 stores. Also potential markets for factory are the market working shoes "the Footwear of Russia" already working with major food production facilities for the manufacture of such shoes; and footwear for hunting and fishing, where domestic products are of decent quality are presented in small volumes.
The market of plastic shoes is promising. By estimations Discovery Research Group, the volume in 2017 amounted to 51.3 million pairs, an increase compared to 2016 with 21.4%. Almost half of this market is domestic production, which is predominantly in the South of Russia, North Caucasus and the European part of the country. In Siberia and the far East large-scale production of polymer footwear is actually missing. According to forecasts of the DRG, the market in 2020 will increase to 63.8 million pairs.
The founder "pjaterochki" Andrey Rogachev partner and I created a platform for food trade on the Internet, their goal is the conquest of the market volume of $300 billion
In April 2015, the businessman Andrei Rogachev looked in the cinema the action movie "fast and furious 7". The plot spun around a search for a device called the "eye of God" that allows you to find anyone, anywhere in the world. Four years before, the participant of list Forbes Rogachev (No. 131, $800 million) sold his stake in the company X5 Retail Group. Later he bought in Moscow a few farmer's markets and called manage Alexander Volchek, co-owner of the firm of business training "Business youth". "We need to start the project "Eye-I" — decided Rogachev, coming out of the cinema. — "The eye", which will be anywhere to see in real time all the prices on the food market, this has not happened anywhere in the world." We started with the prices and came to the creation of wholesale and retail trade web-platform that eliminates the middleman-the distributor.
In the web-platform for trade in food and Rogachev, if you are invested in equal shares of about $20 million, the project called "Агро24". "We realized that the food market, the largest of the industry, not digitized: at the entrance you can only buy commodities at the output there are companies like "Platypus", and to purchase online a container of Coca-Cola or a ton of chicken impossible", — says Rogachev. According to the "Агро24", today the volume of Russian market of food is about $300 billion Plunkett Research estimates that the global market volume of more than $8.1 trillion, to him dream "Агро24".
Rogachev met Volchek in 2014, when out of curiosity I looked at the seminar "Business youth". Volchek was responsible in this company for the technology. In 2015, when the partners registered "Агро24", Volchek sold his share of the "Business youth." "In the spring of 2016, as soon as we realized that the world food market is $8 trillion, immediately landed in the office" jokes Volchek, who became the CEO of "Агро24". In the business centre at "Avtozavodskaya" put four table — for the programmer, a website designer, analyst and administrator. Now in the office, "Агро24" about 60 employees. In fact, the "Агро24" food exchange platform guarantees the execution of transactions and acts as the counterparty for buyers and sellers.
In 2014 Volchek began to collect information on retail prices for food and immediately faced difficulties. If, for example, the description and the price of home appliances shopping put on websites and even give the opportunity to compare similar products, the largest food chains show only a fraction of the prices of the shares and discounts, sometimes in the format .pdf, which is not read by search engines. Now part of the price for the catalog of "Агро24" transfer partners that are engaged in price monitoring in stores, some data comes from customers connected to "Агро24", their prices are recorded in the system after transactions.
Both buyer and seller, it is important to specify the correct parameters, because they determine the transaction price. "Here's the eggs with a shelf life of 30 days C2 category, price 34 rubles, — gives an example Volchek. — How much it should cost, when a shelf life of three days, and the restaurant will be prepared to buy bulk to use in their dishes?" In the application for the pork, you can put more than 50 parameters, including, for example, the method of slaughtering, the presence of the disruption of subcutaneous tissue, pigmentation and blemishes. Customers enter requirements on goods in the system, and the sellers as thoroughly describe the proposal. IT system can process the profiles of supply and demand that directly drives the buyer to the seller and they can make a deal. By the end of April 2018 in the "Агро24", according to the company, there were more than 14 000 applications.
The owner of the company "Mozhaysky milk" Alexander Kozlov says that on a monthly basis "Агро24" it takes about five transactions with the wholesale companies and brick and mortar retail. Lots of butter in the monolith, and cottage cheese — from 500 kg. Beginning of cooperation with the platform coincided with the restructuring of the distribution system of the company and waiver services, a major distributor, its margin was 20%. Kozlov hopes to find on a web platform of new customers. "I change the model and worldview, says Kozlov. — We need Analytics "Агро24" to know how much should be on the shelf of our sour cream, cheese, butter, soft cheeses, which we promote in a large trading network".
In the spring of 2017, the partners came to a familiar, Rogachev, the owner of Tinkoff to Tinkoff Bank, Oleg and told about his platform. They wanted to party they could for the day to open the account, the transaction would take place through the Bank around the clock, and customers would be credited for transactions. To Tinkoff liked the idea. From December 2017, the deal went through the Bank and domestic clearing center "Агро24". In 2018 should begin fast results and service loans for the purchase of food at "Агро24", says the head of direction "Tinkoff business" Fyodor Bukharov. The expense of the "Агро24" opened the Tinkoff Bank, if bidders open accounts there, the Bank pays Rogachev and Volchek Commission. The second financial partner "Агро24" — Modelbank.
From December 2017, when launched the beta version of the web platform, it passed through about 200 transactions in the system appeared around 40,000 users — food producers and retailers. To attract them, "Агро24" uses several channels: mailing list, YouTube, advertising banners.
While "Агро24" does not charge a Commission. "The Commission will be floating from 0% to 5%, — says Volchek. — It depends on the product, lot size, delivery time and conditions." Basic earnings "Агро24" expects to receive not at the expense of fees, and from additional services: handling applications in the top positions, detailed Analytics, statistics and advanced search options. "When you have 10,000 transactions, then there will be a paid service packages", — says Volchek.
However "Агро24" has already earned $450 000. What if fees and additional services yet? It provides its technology franchise. "We believe that many customers need to get the feet, says Rogachev. — Some little canning factory for 50 people from Kaluga Kuban or through the Internet, to us never comes." The wholesale market still works on the phone or at best email. Franchisee "Агро24" teach and connect to the system new entrants and the master franchisee have the right to sell the franchise and get half the Commission from each deal. Now the company is 114 master franchisee (60 active). "The market we have a dense, even many large suppliers, says one of the first master franchisee "Агро24" Eduard Solovyov. And, in addition, the market is very corrupt: the owners want transparency, as managers it is not profitable, so the main thing is to reach out to the owners." Solovyov in 2011, worked on a coaching course in the "Business of youth". And when in may 2016 I saw on the Internet that "Агро24" invites franchisee, have decided to conclude an agreement. Put the girls on a "cold call". He began to communicate with the Directors of shops, restaurants, wholesalers, owners of small industries. The first franchise he sold to the owner of a chain of fish stores from Blagoveshchensk. Although the Commission has covered about a third of its costs on a franchise, your investment Soloviev has not yet paid for.
In 2014, the Beijing startups Liu Chuangchun made an app for phones, which has become a bridge between small farmers producing vegetables, and small restaurants. Restaurants could directly order fresh Kale Bok Choy or eggplant Zezza. Traditional reteylovy scheme with dealers was destroyed. In 2014, the firm Liu Meicai.cn (translated from the Chinese "Buy vegetables") has received the first $1.6 million investment. Four years later, the service has enjoyed thousands of restaurants in January 2018, the firm has received investment of $450 million from Tiger Global Management, Genesis and China Media. The company investors have valued at $2.8 billion Rogachev said that this is the benchmark for "Агро24", a goal that I would like to achieve in 2019. However, "the business plan is something that never comes true", he sneers.
There are other examples. Two Australians — former Manager of the agrochemical company Clive Yoxall and former employee email Andrew Maitland in 2015 launched a startup IRexchange (IR). Barely after starting IT platform for transactions between food producers and small independent retailers agreed to deliver to the stores with global logistics firm DHL. In October 2017 the number included in the system of stores reached 300, and hosted the first round of investment: financial group Moelis Australia, the investment Bank Peloton Capital and investment group Shaw and Partners contributed to the project $25 million "We are rewriting the rules of competition," POPs up the motto on the website of the company. In 2016, the newspaper quoted an ambitious business plan IR: to raise $50 million in investment and exit in the first year on turnover of $4 billion and the second $8 billion with EBITDA of $100 million to Implement these plans failed. Rogachev said that they offered the Australians to buy the platform "Агро24" that can be applied anywhere: "to Put, for example, in Dubai and trade in the whole of Africa." The owners of IR is not answered. They did not answer and at the request of Forbes.
Rogachev sent is targeting Belarus, Kazakhstan, Turkey, and even try your model on the US market. The English version of the platform have already tested, also conducted a survey of potential partners and assessed the cost of advertising. All the us retail prices puts the products on their sites. "As soon as otterstrom our model here, six to eight months will come to US, — says Volchek. — To expand there advertising, you have five minutes." According to him, the American market will need another $60 million.