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    Molybdenum Suppliers


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    Total Suppliers
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    Diverse Suppliers
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    ALCOA CORPORATION
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    Jackson, Mississipi
    Duns number
    3862211

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    Molybdenum market report transcript


    Molybdenum Global Market Outlook:

    Market Overview:
    Global Molybdenum demand: 297 TMT (2020E)
    CAGR of 4 percent (2020–2025)

    Market Drivers:

    • Steel Industry
    • Automotive Industry
    • Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals

    Porter's Analysis on Molybdenum

    Supplier Power

    • Supplier power is medium to high, as the top five suppliers account for approx. 47 percent of the total global molybdenum production
    • This will be offset slightly by commoditized nature of molybdenum at a global level
    • This trend is not expected to change in the upcoming years

    Barriers to New Entrants

    • Production of molybdenum is capital intensive process and requires high upfront cost
    • The existing players also have robust distribution networks, whereas the new players have to make significant investments for the same
    • Large economies of scale and requirement of technical expertise deter new entrants and hence, barriers to new entrants in the market is high

    Intensity of Rivalry

    • The intensity of rivalry is expected to be high in upcoming years among the mining companies
    • Most of the molybdenum producers are backward integrated, having their own source of raw materials
    • This would lead to further intensity of rivalry among the market suppliers

    Threat of Substitutes

    • There are very few substitutes for molybdenum in its major application in steel and cast iron

    • Potential substitutes for molybdenum include:

    1. Boron, chromium, niobium (columbium), and vanadium in alloy steels

    2. Tungsten in tool steels

    3. Graphite, tantalum, and tungsten for refractory materials in high-temperature electric furnaces

    4. Cadmium-red, chrome-orange, and organic- orange pigments for molybdenum orange

    5. Overall the threat of substitute is medium to low

    Buyer Power

    • Buyer power is medium, owing to main use in steel and alloys products. This is slightly offset by demand from different types of end-use industries ranging from power to chemicals
    • No sector has very high buying power while procuring molybdenum