China works to eliminate “backward” AlF3 capacity

By Albert Li
Published: Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Low-grade fluorspar products are in oversupply in China, while high-end products are experiencing more robust demand. Do-Fluoride is attempting to shift its business towards the higher value end of the market.

China is taking steps to wind down its outdated aluminium fluoride (AlF3) capacity in an effort to boost the overall value of the industry.

Supported by the government, a number of businesses are implementing strategies to improve the quality of their product offering by cutting out low-profit operations.

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