Titanium dioxide makers aim for a steady course

By William Clarke
Published: Monday, 12 October 2020

Price stabilization and inventory control are bearing fruit for titanium dioxide and mineral sand producers, even as Covid-19 rocks pigment markets.

Producers of titanium dioxide and its feedstocks had much to fear from the Covid-19 pandemic. Demand for pigment has long been particularly sensitive to fluctuations in the global economy, so a worldwide pandemic threatened to weigh heavily on prices. But the sector has proved resilient so far, aided by factors...

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