TiO2 feedstocks: mind the gap

By Kasia Patel
Published: Monday, 22 September 2014

Following recent improvements in TiO2 demand, Kasia Patel, Deputy Editor, looks at why feedstock producers have yet to benefit, as well as concerns about China’s slow down.

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) has suffered from stockpiled resources, bullish construction indicators and a lack of demand, which have kept prices low in the last couple of years. This has affected both TiO2 producers and those supplying feedstocks to the industry.

Recently, however, demand for TiO2 has seen an upturn driven...

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