VIETNAM PAPER AND PAPER INDUSTRY

According to data published by the Global Pulp and Paper Council, the global pulp consumption reached x.xx million tons in March 2019. The mass investment in new production lines in the period of 2016-2019 forecasts a boom in the supply of pulp in the future market.

The paper industry was born quite early in Vietnam, in 1912. In the past few years, the paper industry has grown steadily but relatively slowly, failing to meet the domestic demand for quality and quantity. The paper production in the first 3 months of the year increased 32% over the same period last year due to the gradually more stable supply of pulp than previous years.

In the period of 2011-2018, the paper consumption of all kinds in Vietnam market increased rapidly with an average annual growth rate of 9.8%. In the first 3 months of 2019, thanks to a good growth in paper production, the paper consumption also grew positively, was which estimated to increase by 15.5% compared to the same period last year. The group of packaging paper grew strongly, the total consumption of packaging paper in Vietnam in 3 months of 2019 accounted for 77.2% of the total paper consumption of all kinds, up 20.0% over the previous year.

Currently, Vietnam paper industry is still primarily serving the domestic market, and the exports are very few. Vietnam’s total paper export turnover continuously grew in the period 2011-2018 with a CAGR of 13.0%. The export turnover of paper and paper products in Q1/2019 rose 8.5% over the same period in 2018.

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Executive Summary
1. Business environment
1.1. Macroeconomic situation
1.2. Legal framework
2. The world pulp and paper industry
2.1. Pulp
2.1.1. Production
2.1.2. Consumption
2.1.3. Import – Export
2.2. Paper
2.2.1. Production
2.2.2. Consumption
2.2.3. Import – Export
2.3. The pulp and paper market in some countries
3. The pulp and paper industry in Vietnam
3.1. History of formation and development
3.2. Pulp
3.2.1. Production
3.2.2. Consumption
3.2.3. Import
3.3. Paper
3.3.1. Production
3.3.2. Consumption
3.3.3. Export – import
4. Overview of the industry
4.1. Competitiveness analysis
4.2. Planning
5. Enterprise analysis
5.1. Introduction of enterprises
5.2. Indicators of business results
5.3. Indicators of finance
5.4. Indicators of performance efficiency

Diana Unicharm Joint Stock Company
Kimberly-Clark Viet Nam Co, Ltd
Kraft Vina Co, Ltd
Sai Gon paper JSC
An Hoa paper JSC
Cheng Yang paper mill Co, Ltd
Box-pak Viet Nam Co, Ltd
Bien Hoa packaging JSC
Sabeco- song Lam packaging JSC

List of figures
Figure 1: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2016-2019
Figure 2: Production index of processing and manufacturing industry, 2012 – Q1/2019
Figure 3: Average interest rate, 2012- 3M/2019
Figure 4: Proportion of the contribution of pulp and paper industry to Vietnam’s export value, 2012- 3M/2019
Figure 5: The VND/USD exchange rate, 1/2013-3/2019
Figure 6: The VND/CNY exchange rate, 1/2016 – 3/2019
Figure 7: Vietnam’s population and population structure in workforce, 2010-2018
Figure 8: The growth of total retailed goods and services, 2011 – Q1/2019
Figure 9: Structure of pulp production by country, 2018e
Figure 10: World pulp output quantity, 2014-2020f
Figure 11: Structure of world consumption by region, 2018e
Figure 12: World pulp consumption by type, 2011 – 2018e
Figure 13: World pulp export – import, 2017 – 2018
Figure 14: Pulp import structure by country, 2018e
Figure 15: Top 10 leading countries in paper production output, 2016 – 2017
Figure 16: World paper output quantity, 2012-2018e
Figure 17: World output quantity of paperboard and packaging paper, 2012-2018e
Figure 18: Structure of world production of paperboard and packaging paper, 2018e
Figure 19: Global tissue paper output quantity, 2000 – 2018e
Figure 20: Production structure of global tissue paper by country, 2017
Figure 21: Global revenue from paper consumption, 2012-2020f
Figure 22: Global paper consumption by region, 2012 – 2017e
Figure 23: Structure of global paper export by type, 2018e
Figure 24: World export value of paper, 2010-2018
Figure 25: China’s pulp output quantity, 2013 – 2018e
Figure 26: New paper capacity of China, 2012 – 2019f
Figure 27: China’s paper import-export, 2013 – 2018
Figure 28: China’s pulp import-export, 2012 – 2018
Figure 29: Structure of China‘s pulp import, 2017-2018
Figure 30: The US paper production, 2011 – 2017e
Figure 31: The US pulp production, 2010-2018e
Figure 32: The US import-export value of pulp, 2010 – 2018
Figure 33: Structure of the US pulp export by value, 2018
Figure 34: Paper trade in the US, 2017 – 2018
Figure 35: Output quantity of paper and paperboard in Japan, 2012 – 2018
Figure 36: Japan’s pulp import-export, 2010 – 2018
Figure 37: Japan’s recycled paper export-import, 2010-2018
Figure 38: Structure of Japan’s paper import, 2018
Figure 39: Japan’s trade of paper and paperboard, 2017 – 2018
Figure 40: Structure of Japan’s paper export, 2018
Figure 41: Output quantity of Pulp, 2013 – Q1/2019
Figure 42: Pulp consumption by volume, 2011 – Q1/2019e
Figure 43: Revenue of pulp consumption, 2010 – Q1/2019
Figure 44: Pulp import, 2011 – 2018e
Figure 45: Import structure of Viet Nam pulp by value, 2018
Figure 46: Paper production by type, 2011 – Q1/2019
Figure 47: Structure of paper production by type, 3M/2019e
Figure 48: Domestically produced paper consumption, 2011 – Q1/2019e
Figure 49: Average paper consumption per capita in Vietnam, 2011 – 2018
Figure 50: Revenue from paper industry, 2010 – Q1/2019
Figure 51: Structure of paper consumption by type,Q1/ 2019e
Figure 52: Structure of tissue paper consumption by type, 2018
Figure 53: Paper export, 2011 – 3M/2019
Figure 54: Structure of countries importing Vietnamese paper and paper products by value, Q1 / 2019
Figure 55: Structure of paper export by types (by output), 2M/2019
Figure 56: Contribution of FDI businesses to paper export, 2013 – Q1/2019
Figure 57: Paper import, 2011 – Q1/2019
Figure 58: Structure of import paper and paper products by value, Q1/2019
Figure 59: Import of paper products, 2011 – Q1/2019
Figure 60: Structure of paper import by volume, 3M/2019
Figure 61: Growth of net revenue, 2017 – 2018
Figure 62: Gross profit margin, 2017 – 2018
Figure 63: Sales expenses/ Net revenue, 2017 – 2018
Figure 64: Administrative expenses/ Net revenue, 2017 – 2018
Figure 65: Financial expenses /Net revenue, 2017 – 2018
Figure 66: Days of sales outstanding, 2018
Figure 67: Solvency, 2017 – 2018
Figure 68: Days’ sales in inventory, 2018
Figure 69: Structure of Assets and Total assets turnover, 2018
Figure 70: Structure of debts and Debt/Equity ratio, 2018
Figure 71: Profit margin, 2018

List of tables
Table 1: Energy rated consumption for paper products until the end of 2020 
Table 2: Top 10 countries that have the highest paper export value, 2018
Table 3: Top 10 countries that have the highest paper import value, 2018
Table 4: Top 10 countries that have the highest pulp export value to the US,2018
Table 5: Top 10 largest paper companies over the world, 2018
Table 6: Portfolio of investment projects by period
Table 7: Criteria of designed capacity
Table 8: Criteria of output quantity
Table 9: Regions of growing material trees for paper production
Table 10: Typical enterprises in paper and pulp industry, 2017