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NEWS RELEASE                                                                                                                            MAY 2013

Asian Market for Stationary and Mobile Catalytic System Revenues to Approach $12 Billion this Year

Asia is now the leading purchaser of catalytic and thermal air treatment systems for mobile and stationary sources.  Purchases this year will be just under $12 billion. This is the latest forecast in Thermal/Catalytic World Air Pollution Markets published by the McIlvaine Company. 

Stationary system sales in Asia will be small compared to the mobile.

Stationary Thermal/Catalytic Revenues ($ Millions) Asia

Subject

2013

 Catalytic Oxidizer

 187

 RCO

 32

 RTO

 374

 Thermal

 205

 Total

798

The larger international companies are able to participate in this Asian market. Some of the smaller companies are merging to give them the size to pursue all the world markets.

CECO Environmental Corp. is acquiring Met-Pro Corporation. The combined companies offer a complete range of stationary air pollution control equipment. Met-Pro is a global, niche-oriented provider of product recovery, pollution control, fluid handling and filtration solutions across multiple diversified end markets.

Much of the petrochemical expansion is in Asia.  Johnson Matthey has developed a new low cost, base-metal HalocatTM SC29 Catalyst specifically designed to reduce up to 99 percent of VOC and toxic organic compounds from PTA (purified terephthalic acid) manufacturing plants.Mobile catalytic sales in Asia this year will be in excess of $11 billion. More than 50 percent of the world’s automobile production is in Asia, but the potential for growth is very large. Vehicle penetration in China still stands at only about 40 vehicles per 1,000 people, compared with approximately 700 vehicles per 1,000 people in the mature markets of the G7.

Mobile Catalytic Sales ($ Millions) Asia

Subject

2013

 Diesel Powered

 6,249

 DPF

 1,958

 Gas Powered

 2,954

 Total

11,161

The replacement catalytic sales in Asia are relatively small compared to the U.S. and Europe.  The reason is that the numbers of vehicles already on the road compared to new production is lower than on the other two continents.

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