Association predicts continued growth in Chinese TiO2 presence
Published: Wednesday, 23 November 2016
At its second annual meeting, China’s TiO2 Association noted the importance of the Lomon-Billions merger, which will strengthen China’s position on the pigments world stage and drive innovation in chloride-route processing. Meanwhile Chinese producers have announced additional TiO2 price increases.
Market participants expressed confidence in
China’s strengthening presence on the titanium
dioxide (TiO2) world stage at the second annual
meeting held by China’s TiO2
Association in mid-November.
At the meeting, held in China’s Tengxian
county, Guanxgi, the association’s vice chairman,
Yijiang Fu, emphasised the importance of the merger...