Chinese TiO2 producers raise prices in October

By Albert Li
Published: Wednesday, 11 October 2017

After the China National Holidays, TiO2 companies couldn’t wait to start another round of price increases, lead by Lomon Billions, the biggest producer in China.

Lomon Billions Chemical Co. announced a Chinese renminbi 500/tonne price increase on sulphuric acid route titanium dioxide (TiO2) product on 10 October.

The producer cited a recent rise source material prices as the reason behind the increase, the...

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