TiO2 World Summit 2014: TiO2 faces stiff competition from organic pigments

By Kasia Patel
Published: Wednesday, 08 October 2014

Rising environmental costs faced by mineral-based pigment producers has led to a growing trend in favour of organic alternatives – a situation that is posing a real threat to the established TiO2 industry, according to recent market research in China.

As environmental and health concerns become increasingly important in China, organic pigments are set to become one of the fastest growing sectors in the pigment industry, according to recent industry analysis

Speaking at the TiO2 World Summit 2014 in Montreal, Canada, yesterday, Dr Wu Zhonghui, founder and managing director of...

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