Lomon plans 700,000 t of new TiO2 capacity

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Published: Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Lomon Billions aims to increase its total capacity to 1.3 million tonnes by 2030.

Chinese titanium dioxide (TiO2) producer Lomon Billions plans to more than double its capacity, largely through the addition of greenfield chloride capacity in China.

The plans were laid out by Bruce Griffin, Lomon’s senior vice president of strategic development, at the TZMI conference in Hong Kong held November 13-15. The company is...

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