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Cristal Lifts TiO2 Force Majeure

2:19 PM MDT | July 26, 2010

Cristal Global (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) says it has partially lifted its declaration of force majeure on most titanium dioxide (TiO2) products manufactured at its Stallingborough, UK plant. A fatal accident at the facility in March forced an extended shutdown and force majeure on TiO2 products. Force majeure has been lifted on all products except for the Tiona 168 grade, which will remain until further notice, the company says. “Although we are pleased to be able to partially lift the force majeure declaration, demand in the marketplace for TiO2 remains very...

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