Rutile prices could hit $1,000/tonne by 2013 – supplier

By Mark Watts
Published: Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Supply deficits in titanium dioxide feedstock market could drive a price surge

Supply shortages in the global rutile market could drive prices for the titanium dioxide (TiO2) feedstock as high as $1,000/tonne by 2013, an industry source forecasted.

The TiO2 pigment industry has recovered strongly from the global downturn and is largely running at full capacity rates, but feedstock...

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