in this issue
Markets :: Specialty Chemicals :: Paints and Coatings
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...
This information is only available to Chemical Week subscribers.
Forgot your user ID or password?
Not an IHS Chemical Week member yet?
Here's why you should be:
100% Satisfaction Guarantee