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Copper processing is an important part of China's non-ferrous metal industry. After years of rapid development, our country has become the largest producer and consumer of copper in the world, and its comprehensive strength has obviously increased. Copper processing industry belongs to the middle part of the copper industry chain, is an important sector of the national economy. Copper processing products according to their copper content can be divided into pure copper and copper alloy products. Copper with high electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity, good machinability, satisfactory strength and good corrosion resistance, wear resistance; copper alloy is copper as the main alloying elements, joined by other auxiliary elements fused so that Copper's functionality and processability are further enhanced to meet the product requirements of different industries, different uses and performance. The excellent properties of copper and copper alloy make copper processing products widely used in many fields such as aerospace, military, communications, power, electronics, electronics, hardware, machinery manufacturing, home appliances, automobiles and so on.
According to Antaike statistics, the current copper alloy processing materials in China's total copper production of materials accounted for about 20%, but with the progress of social science and technology and the development of various industries, the development trend of the copper processing industry has been the traditional copper processing Business to the new copper alloy materials research and development and production direction. The continuous improvement of Chinese people's standard of living and the strong growth of the manufacturing industry led to the rapid expansion of demand in the copper processing industry. The apparent consumption of copper processing products increased rapidly from 2,475,000 tons in 2001 to 7,903,300 tons in 2008, an average annual increase Rate of 18.70%. In the fourth quarter of 2008, the copper processing industry experienced a year-on-year decline in the growth rate under the influence of the financial crisis. However, apparent consumption and output in 2008 and 2009 still reached the highest level in history. At present, China has become the largest consumer of copper processing products in the world. The sustained economic and social development will further boost the market demand for copper processing materials. In 2009, the consumption will reach about 850.10 million tons. The continuous growth of demand for copper processing products has promoted the rapid development of China's copper processing industry. The output of copper processing products increased from 18.580 million tons in 2001 to 7.468 million tons in 2008, with an average annual growth rate of 22.81%. In 2009, the output of copper processing products in the world was 16.520 million tons, with China accounting for more than 49%. The other major producing countries followed the United States, Japan, Germany and Italy.
As the world's largest producer and consumer of copper processing products, China is still rapidly gaining a larger market share in the world. The production and consumption of copper processing products in China are mainly concentrated in the three manufacturing clusters in the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta and the Bohai Rim, especially in Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Guangdong. In 2008, the apparent consumption and output of the three provinces accounted for two-thirds of the national total. Among them, Zhejiang, the largest producer, accounted for about one-fourth of the national total.