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Titanium dioxide overcapacity the coating industry has many tests

2015 is an extraordinary year for the coating industry. China's coating industry has gone through a hundred years of history, which is gratifying. However, this year, the coating industry is also facing many tests. The global economic growth slows down, the crude oil market plummets, and the coating output declines, resulting in a decline in the demand for coating raw materials. The paint raw material market also includes broader and deeper connotation fields such as management, system and corporate culture, which are affected by the heavy pressure of the general environment and downstream industries. As early as 2013, the market price of coating raw materials was in a downward trend. It is understood that the price of coating film-forming substances was basically the same in 2013. The net weight of equipment: 450kg, power supply: 220V, 50Hz, 1500W, and effective experimental width: 370mm, The price of solvent decreased by 15%, and the price of titanium dioxide decreased by 25%

in the first half of 2015, the price of rutile titanium dioxide produced by sulfuric acid method generally showed a trend from weak to strong and then to weak. From January, l is the distance between the marks when the sample breaks or yields; The initial 12992 yuan/ton rose to 13012 yuan/ton (including tax) at the end of June, an increase of 0.16%. In the first half of 2015, the titanium dioxide market continued the market downturn in 2014. There are many factors affecting the downturn of titanium dioxide market, except that the price of titanium concentrate is not optimistic, which is closely related to the downstream coating market

according to the statistics of the National Bureau of statistics, the total output of coatings in China reached 16.4819 million tons in 2014, with a year-on-year increase of 7.9%. In August 2015, the total output of coatings in China was 6.2384 million tons, with a year-on-year increase of 0.94%. The main factors for the decline are the decadence of the real estate market, the introduction of paint consumption tax, stricter environmental protection regulations, etc. under the influence of the decline in paint production, the market demand for raw materials will decline

ldquo; 1 coal is hard to find rdquo; Titanium dioxide is an important pigment for all steel mills. In 2015, the export growth rate of titanium dioxide decreased: according to statistics, the export volume of titanium dioxide in China was 228000 tons in January 2015, with a year-on-year growth rate of only 1.17%, while the export growth rate in the same period last year was 57.37%, so the export growth rate of titanium dioxide fell as high as 56.2%. The decline of titanium dioxide export growth and domestic paint production growth is the main reason for the sluggish growth of titanium dioxide demand

as early as 2014, the demand for titanium dioxide has slowed down as a whole. It was learned at the 2014 national titanium dioxide industry annual meeting that the average operating rate of China's titanium dioxide manufacturers was about 70% in the first half of 2014. The overall demand for titanium dioxide slowed down, while the production capacity of the titanium dioxide industry continued to expand. According to statistics, as of September 2014, the total production capacity of titanium dioxide in China was 2.98 million tons, a slight increase from 2013, about 380000 tons

under the background of the annual increase of titanium dioxide production capacity and the continuous downturn of demand, titanium dioxide overcapacity will become increasingly prominent. In the process of future development, domestic titanium dioxide enterprises need to transform and upgrade while expanding production capacity, expand the production of high-end products, and phase out backward production capacity and highly polluting titanium dioxide production lines

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