Salt production could move out of Europe

By Yoke Wong
Published: Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Falling salt and chlorine output in Europe in the past decade could be an indication that production may move out of Europe as the sector stagnates, engineering company Salt Partners told delegates at Roskill's Salt 2017 conference.

Salt production is moving out of Europe to countries with access to raw materials, lower energy cost and friendly government policy, engineering company Salt Partners said 28 March at the conference in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Salt is a key raw material for chlorine production and lower salt production in Europe over...

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