Sulfate-grade TiO2 prices rise as 2022 begins

By Claire Patel-Campbell
Published: Thursday, 06 January 2022

Sulfate-grade titanium dioxide prices rose in the week to Thursday January 6, with reports of price increases from Chinese sellers, alongside ongoing expectations of supply decreases in the coming weeks.

Fastmarkets’ assessment of the price of titanium dioxide pigment, sulfate grade, fob China climbed to $3,050-3,400 per tonne on Thursday, up by $50-100 per tonne from $3,000-3,300 per tonne a week earlier.

"The market demand, including both the domestic market and international market, is strong after...

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