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Europe Rare Earth Metals Market

  • Report Code: RA 1002
  • Publish Date: 07 Jan 2015
  • Next Update Date: 07 Apr 2015
  
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Rare earth metals or rare earth elements (REEs) are a relatively abundant group of seventeen elements found in the periodic table. Out of the seventeen, fifteen elements comprise the lanthanide series found between atomic number 57 and 71. The rare earths can further be divided into two categories—heavy rare earth elements (HREE’s) and light rare earth elements (LREEs). The demand for rare earth metal in Europe was estimated 5,739.5 tons in 2012, and is projected to reach 8,470.1 tons by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 6.7% from 2013. Cerium oxide is a major type of major type of rare earth elements, and has a huge demand in Europe. Rare earth elements are widely used in applications such as permanent magnets, and catalysts.

 

These elements are relatively abundant in nature even though their name suggests otherwise. Each REE is more common in the earth's crust than silver, gold or platinum, while cerium, yttrium, neodymium, and lanthanum are more common than lead. Thulium and lutetium are the least abundant REEs with crustal abundance of approximately 0.5 parts per million. The radioactive element promethium does not occur freely in nature.  Rare earth metals are widely used in various applications such as permanent magnets, metal alloys, glass polishing, glass additives, catalysts, phosphors, ceramics, and others.

 

The European chemical industry is a significant part of the country’s economy.The industry is divided in four segments including Base chemicals, Specialty chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, and Consumer chemicals. Germany is the largest chemical producer in Europe, followed by France, Italy, and The Netherlands. These four countries together account for 64.0% of the Europe chemical sales. In the past, most of Europe’s chemical industry growth was driven by domestic sales, but these days, the country’s growth is shared dependent on both the domestic and the export market.

The types of rare earth metals studied include lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, yttrium, and others. Further, as a part of qualitative analysis, the Europe Rare earth elements Market research report provides a comprehensive review of the important drivers, restraints, opportunities, and burning issues in the rare earth elements market.

The Europe Rare earth elements Market report also provides an extensive competitive landscape of the companies operating in this market. It also includes the company profiles of and competitive strategies adopted by various market players, including Alkane Resources Ltd (Australia), Arafura Resources Ltd (Australia), Avalon Rare Metals Inc. (Canada), and Baotou Hefa Rare Earth Co. Ltd.  (China).

 

 

 

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  • Market size and forecast (Deep Analysis and Scope)
    • Consumption pattern (in-depth trend analysis), by application (country-wise)
    • Consumption pattern (in-depth trend analysis), by type of rare earth elements (country-wise)
    • Country wise market trends in terms of both value and volume
    • Competitive landscape with a detailed comparison of portfolio of each company mapped at the regional- and country-level
    • Production Data with a wealth of information on Rare earth elements Raw material suppliers as well as producers at country level with much comprehended approach of understanding
    • Comprehensive data showing Rare earth elements plant capacities, production, Consumption, trade statistics, Price analysis
    • Analysis of Forward chain integration as well as backward chain integration to understand the approach of business prevailing in the Europe Rare earth elements  market
    • Detailed analysis of Competitive Strategies like new product Launch, expansion, Merger & acquisitions etc. adopted by various companies and their impact on Europe Rare earth elements Market
    • Detailed Analysis of various drivers and restraints with their impact on the Europe Rare earth elements market
    • Upcoming opportunities in REE market.
    • SWOT for top companies in REE market
    • Porters 5 force analysis for rare earth elements market
    • PESTLE analysis for major countries in rare earth elements market.


1 Introduction
1.1 Objective of the study
1.2 Market Definitions
1.3 Market Segmentation & Aspects Covered
1.4 Research Methodology
1.4.1 Assumptions (Market Size, Forecast, etc)
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Overview
4 Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Segments
4.1 Split By Geography
4.1 Rare Earth Metals-Italy by Markets
4.1 Rare Earth Metals-Germany by Markets
4.1 Rare Earth Metals-France by Markets
4.1 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands by Markets
4.1 Rare Earth Metals-United Kingdom by Markets
4.1 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Austria by Markets
4.2 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe
4.2.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Applications
4.2.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Permanent Magnet-Europe
4.2.2 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Geographies
4.2.2.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Italy
4.2.2.2 Light Rare Earth Metals-Germany
4.2.2.3 Light Rare Earth Metals-France
4.2.2.4 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands
4.2.2.5 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Austria
4.2.3 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Segments
4.2.3.1 Praseodymium-Europe
4.2.3.2 Lanthanum-Europe
4.2.3.3 Cerium-Europe
4.2.3.4 Neodymium-Europe
4.2.3.5 Gadolinium-Europe
4.2.3.6 Europium-Europe
4.2.3.7 Samarium-Europe
4.3 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Europe
4.3.1 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Geographies
4.3.1.1 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Italy
4.3.1.2 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Germany
4.3.1.3 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-France
4.3.1.4 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands
4.3.1.5 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-United Kingdom
4.3.2 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Segments
4.3.2.1 Yttrium-Europe
4.3.2.2 Dysprosium-Europe
4.3.2.3 Terbium-Europe
5 Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Applications
5.1 Split By Geography
5.2 Rare Earth Metals-Italy by Applications
5.1 Rare Earth Metals-Germany by Applications
5.1 Rare Earth Metals-France by Applications
5.1 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands by Applications
5.1 Rare Earth Metals-United Kingdom by Applications
5.1 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Austria by Applications
5.2 Rare Earth Metals-Permanent Magnet-Europe
5.2.1 Rare Earth Metals-Permanent Magnet-Europe, By Segments
5.2.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Permanent Magnet-Europe
5.3 Rare Earth Metals-Ceramic-Europe
5.4 Rare Earth Metals-Phosphor (Phosphorescent Materials)-Europe
5.5 Rare Earth Metals-Glass Polishing-Europe
6 Rare Earth Metals-Europe, By Geographies
6.1 Rare Earth Metals-Italy
6.1.1 Rare Earth Metals-Italy, By Segments
6.1.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Italy
6.1.1.2 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Italy
6.2 Rare Earth Metals-Germany
6.2.1 Rare Earth Metals-Germany, By Segments
6.2.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Germany
6.2.1.2 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Germany
6.3 Rare Earth Metals-France
6.3.1 Rare Earth Metals-France, By Segments
6.3.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-France
6.3.1.2 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-France
6.4 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands
6.4.1 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands, By Segments
6.4.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands
6.4.1.2 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Netherlands
6.5 Rare Earth Metals-United Kingdom
6.5.1 Rare Earth Metals-United Kingdom, By Segments
6.5.1.1 Heavy Rare Earth Metals-United Kingdom
6.6 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Austria
6.6.1 Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Austria, By Segments
6.6.1.1 Light Rare Earth Metals-Europe - Austria