Kazakhstan prepares to launch country’s first TiO2 project

By IM Staff
Published: Tuesday, 15 November 2016

After 10 years’ delay, TOO Tenir-Logistic is finally in a position to develop the 500m tonne Tymlay deposit and establish local titanium dioxide manufacturing to supply the domestic market.

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Kazakhstan-based industrial materials company ТОО Tenir-Logistic is planning to launch a titanium dioxide (TiO2) project next year, the first of its kind in the Central Asian country. The TiO2 plant will be fed with ore from the Tymlay titan-magnetite deposit in Zhambyl Oblast, in southern Kazakhstan. 

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