Aluminum Industry in Brazil 2015

Aluminum Industry in Brazil 2015

  • May 2015 •
  • 85 pages •
  • Report ID: 2912590 •
  • Format: PDF
Rising energy costs and plunging aluminum production has led to a severe contraction in the Brazilian aluminum industry in recent years. In both volume and value terms, Brazilian smelters are cutting production and this is expected to continue till 2018. Brazil was once the sixth largest producer in the upstream segment in the world and a major player with integrated chain that ranged from bauxite mining to primary aluminum production to smelting.

Aluminum demand has seen a strong rise in recent years and it is likely to remain high in the coming years aided by a growing transportation and construction industry. It is expected that Brazilian aluminum consumption will continue to rise at nearly twice the rate of GDP and reach between 2.5-2.7 million tons by the year 2020.

In this industry scenario, Taiyou Research analyzes the Aluminum Industry in Brazil.

The report covers the following:

- An industry definition.

- A brief analysis of the global mining industry, global aluminum industry and the South American aluminum industry through an industry profile, industry value and volume analysis (for the period 2009-2013), industry regional segmentation and an industry forecast till 2018.

- An analysis of the Brazilian aluminum industry includes an industry statistics, market value and market volume analysis. We also carry out an in-depth analysis on the changing scenario of the aluminum industry in Brazil in the last decade or so. Analysis of aluminum consumption and a regional market share is also included.

- A Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the Brazilian aluminum industry is also carried out.

- Major players are analyzed through a company snapshot, financial analysis and a SWOT analysis.

An industry forecast till 2018 completes this comprehensive coverage of the Aluminum Industry in Brazil from Taiyou Research.

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