Titanium Dioxide China Monthly Report 1706

Published: June, 2017
Price: US $3,564
Pages: 32
China Titanium Dioxide Monthly Report provides you with real-time intelligence on China’s titanium dioxide (TiO2) market.

China’s titanium dioxide market is at a crossroads. As growth in the wider economy slows, Chinese TiO2 manufacturers are faced with slowing domestic demand, massive overcapacity and falling prices.

Big changes are underway as producers struggle to deal with this ‘new normal’. M&A activity is accelerating, and many companies are attempting to improve their product quality to become more competitive in the international market. Meanwhile, others are struggling to adapt to China’s tightening environmental regulations.

China Titanium Dioxide Monthly Report will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire TiO2 industry chain, from the upstream ilmenite and titanium slag markets to the downstream pigments, coatings and plastics markets. This includes:

  • Breaking news from China and abroad
  • The latest market data, including price information for raw materials, intermediates and end products, import/export data, production, consumption, operating rates, etc.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends, Chinese government policy, the performance of leading Chinese producers, M&A, new technologies, and more
  • Expert commentary from industry insiders, including regular guest articles and interviews with insiders at leading Chinese manufacturers, associations and government organizations

Editor’s Note
Column 1 Market Dynamics
China’s ilmenite import volume increases in April 2017
China’s TiO2 import volume remains stable in April 2017
China’s TiO2 price remains weak in June 2017
Column 2 Company Dynamics
Sichuan Anning to quote lower ilmenite price
CNNC TD to purchase ilmenite from Western Australia
Hainan Wensheng signs cooperative agreement with Guangzhou Tuotai
Xinli Titanium to be listed overseas
Pangang Vanadium Titanium published progresses of major projects
PPG visits Anhui Jinxing
Column 3 Upstream Industrial Information
State Council to simplify administration of some industrial products
Europe suggests TiO2 be classified as suspected of causing cancer
Multi-use TiO2 to replace graphene
Column 4 Downstream Industrial Information
Sherwin-Williams and Valspar merger completed
PPG fails to acquire AkzoNobel
Maydos signs massive deal with Hengda Materials
Kansai Paint to build architectural coating factories in India
Global wood coating market grows at high speed
AkzoNobel establishes ninth production base in Southeast Asia
BASF to expand automobile coating capacity in North America

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