Chinese TiO2 companies raise prices

By Albert Li
Published: Thursday, 23 February 2017

Following a lead from Lomon Billions, Chinese titanium dioxide producers have announced another wave of price hikes.

Lomon Billions announced a TiO2 price hike on 20 February citing the rapid price increase of source materials and logistic costs.

The company raised both sulfuric acid and chloride route TiO2 prices by Chinese renminbi (Rmb) 700/tonne for domestic material and $100/tonne for export products.

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