Micaceous iron oxide prices on the rise in Europe

By IM prices reporter
Published: Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Switch over to higher quality MIO grades in Europe supports 3-5% price increase

Prices of micaceous iron oxide (MIO), a form of iron oxide used in anti corrosion applications, are edging up in Europe due to a switchover among certain consumers to higher quality MIO products, industry sources told IM.

“We are seeing a slight increase in prices in the second half as...

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