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Kwale titanium growth steady as demand for sulphate holds

Theeastafrican - Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, and seasonal factors, demand for titanium products during the first quarter this year has remained stable with orders from customers remain regular, Base Titanium Company has announced.

The company in its first quarter 2020 report indicates demand for titanium products has remained strong through the quarter and tight market conditions continued to prevail for sulphate ilmenite and high-grade chloride feedstocks (including rutile) resulting in further price improvement for both ilmenite and rutile.

Subsequent to quarter end, some Chinese customers have advised that there is a weakening outlook for pigment exports.

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