Monday, March 3, 2014

Find Hot News in Titanium Dioxide China Monthly Report 1401

Published on the 25th every month, Titanium Dioxide China Monthly Report  is a monthly publication released by CCM. It offers timely update and close follow up of China’s various kind of Titanium Dioxide market dynamics, analyze the market data and trends. TiO2 China Monthly Report will provide intelligence of Chinese TiO2 industry, including supply/demand, company dynamics, raw material supply, etc, and the latest policies and technological progress to facilitate your search for commercial opportunities in this promising market.

Following are headline news of the Titanium Dioxide China Monthly Report:
The domestic TiO2 price continued its downward trend, and the market has become quieter as the Spring Festival approaches.
The blast happened on Nov. 22, 2013 in Qingdao City caused increasing public concerns on the safety of buried pipelines, it is estimated that the anti-corrosion coating will be in great demand if pipelines upgrading is carried out.
After an encouraging financial performance in 2013, KNT is expected to continue its growth momentum into 2014 as new projects go into operation.
With the weak domestic demand and the flat export volume, China produced around 1.90 million tonnes of TiO2 in 2013, the same level as in 2012.
Despite the bear market, SRL's 2013 production increased significantly, and is projected to increase in 2014. However, their revenue and profit declined.
Given that only 20% TiO2 producers were profitable in 2013, it is wise for Shandong Dongjia to halt its IPO application under the CSRC's current regulations.
The domestic demand for TiO2 may remain soft in 2014. However, the export volume is expected to increase significantly, making export growth the major driving factor for the consumption of Chinese-produced TiO2 in 2014.
Comparison of TiO2 properties indicators and requirements of end users.
In Nov. 2013, the import volume of TiO2 soared while the export volume increased moderately. The import price and export price both declined slightly.
In Nov. 2013, the imported volume of titanium feedstock continued to grow. However, some small domestic titanium feedstock producers cut their operating rate, which led to the decline in the total domestic output of titanium feedstock.

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