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  • Price Briefing February 16-22

    Friday, 23 February 2018

    European silicon carbide quiet while Chinese market takes break; Indian barytes exporters consolidate dominance in Middle East; antimony trioxide prices mostly steady during Lunar New Year holiday; iodine spot market activity slows, prices adjust; proposal to amend, discontinue refractory clay prices; proposal to discontinue caustic soda prices.

  • PRICING NOTICE: Proposal to amend, discontinue refractory clay prices

    Wednesday, 21 February 2018

    Industrial Minerals proposes the amendment of two grades of refractory clay prices and the discontinuation of eight grades of refractory clay prices.

  • PRICING NOTICE: Proposal to discontinue caustic soda prices

    Wednesday, 21 February 2018

    Industrial Minerals proposes to discontinue all of its caustic soda prices.

  • Pricing notice: Christmas schedule

    Tuesday, 19 December 2017

    Industrial Minerals will be closed from December 25 until January 1 in observance of the Christmas and New Year holidays.

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  • A growth trajectory: ceramics markets look to Asia

    Wednesday, 28 March 2018

    The ceramics industry registered a dip in trade and production following the global economic downturn in 2008. But, as Industrial Minerals correspondent Sunder Singh finds, trade in Asia is now picking up, which is putting renewed pressure on kaolin, zircon, bentonite and other ceramics markets.

  • On the way up: Industrial minerals in India

    Thursday, 22 February 2018

    India has recorded economic growth of around 7% per year in the past three years. But while it has significant resources of some of the most widely used industrial minerals, this sector has shown only modest growth, as Industrial Minerals correspondent Sunder Singh discovers.

  • A rock and a hard place

    Friday, 08 September 2017

    Demand for refractory products is evolving, forcing suppliers to upgrade their offers and processes to stay ahead of the game, while Chinese-origin raw materials are appreciating on the back of supply shortages, making productions costlier, Davide Ghilotti, IM Chief Reporter, finds.

  • World refractories industry: State of play in 2016

    Monday, 22 August 2016

    Jessica Roberts assesses the health of the refractory industry’s key consumers so far in 2016, and outlines longer term trends that look to influence the market this year and beyond.

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