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    CARGILL INCORPORATED
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    Mannitol market report transcript


    Mannitol Global Market Outlook:

    Global Polyol Supply (2019) 3.9 MMT
    Global Mannitol Supply (2019) 0.06 MMT

    Key Market Drivers:

    • 11.4 percent rise in the US corn (feedstock) production
    • Vitamin C demand (projected CAGR until 2022: 5 percent)
    • Chewing gum demand (projected CAGR until 2020: 1.25 percent)

    Porter's Analysis on Mannitol

    Supplier Power

    • The feedstock is corn. The corn traders and farmers are the major suppliers
    • Polyol manufacturers, like Roquette, Cargill, and others, buy corn directly from grain elevators
    • The prices are fixed according to futures like, CBOT or current domestic prices
    • The suppliers do not have major power, since prices are fixed by the global supply–demand trend
    • Supplier power is moderate, as demand for polyols also impacts negotiation

    Barriers to New Entrants

    • Consolidation of the global suppliers is a major barrier to entry. Acquisitions and mergers are common in the industry
    • In addition, the global suppliers are actively setting up bases in regions, like China
    • Despite this, independent companies offer competition to the global suppliers
    • Barriers to entries are thus moderate

    Intensity of Rivalry

    • The polyol supplier industry is consolidated by the global suppliers, who account for 64 percent of the market share
    • There is, however, competition from regional suppliers in China and other parts of Asia
    • Global suppliers consolidate shares by acquisitions or mergers
    • The presence of competition makes intensity of rivalry high

    Threat of Substitutes

    • There is a threat of substitution for polyols, with substitutes, such as stevia, aspartame, and others. Sorbitol itself is a substitute for sugar
    • Sorbitol can be substituted by Xylitol, still it is not cost-effective to compete with sorbitol, but there exists growth potential, due to health benefits
    • The threat of substitute is thus moderate

    Buyer Power

    • The supplier market is fairly consolidated, and there are several competing end-use segments

    • Demand for polyols from several end- use sectors could offer bargaining leverage to the supplier

    • The presence of several regional suppliers could provide negotiation levers to the buyer

    • Buyer power is thus moderate