TZMI 2015: Chinese TiO2 production rate to hold steady as economy slows

By Albert Li
Published: Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Stable levels of TiO2 production are expected in the coming years as China’s rate of GDP growth falls. Industry consolidation looks set to continue, however, and a significant shift to the chloride-route process of making the pigment material is still some way off.

The Chinese TiO2 industry will maintain a constant pace of production as the country’s economy slows down, according to Sheng Bi, chairman of the TiO2 branch of the China National Chemical Industry Productivity Centre, speaking at the TZMI 2015 Conference in Shanghai, China, last week.

Sheng said that though...

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