Yingkou urges refractory makers to up prices on magnesia issues

By Albert Li
Published: Tuesday, 13 June 2017

The association of refractory producers in the city of Yingkou has called on local companies to adjust their prices on the back of market tightness and production shutdowns.

The Refractory Industry Association of Yingkou, in China’s Liaoning province, announced last week it is recommending an increase in sale prices of magnesium-based refractory products due to rising production costs.

The local industry is facing a number of contingencies, the association stated, citing domestic magnesia prices – especially fused...

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