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Tronox Decides to Keep German Pigment Plant

10:56 AM MDT | October 3, 2007 | Rebecca Coons

Tronox (Oklahoma City) will retain its 107,000-ton/year Uerdingen, Germany titanium dioxide (TiO2) sulfate-process plant, despite previous announcements that the plant did not fit the company’s strategy of focusing on its chloride-process TiO2 business. The Uerdingen plant is Tronox’s only sulfate-process TiO2 plant, producing high-purity, high-quality TiO2 for specialty markets, including paper laminate applications and catalytic converters, says a company representative. Adams: Increasing specialty focus. The company first reported in February that...

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