Chemours' titanium destocking sets stage for price rises, execs say

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 06 November 2019

Titanium dioxide producer Chemours hopes that a year-long supply restriction may bear fruit in price rises if demand picks up in 2020.

A drop in sales volumes at Chemours' titanium segment in the three months to September 30 has resulted in a fall in net sales revenue, the company said on November 4. 

Chemours’ titanium segment reported net sales of $614 million in July-September, compared with $791 million in the prior-year quarter....

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