Loading periodic table...
07 Oct 2010 by Metal-Pages
Titanium 2010: Global titanium sponge supply growing - Roskill

ORLANDO (Metal-Pages) 07-Oct-10. Global supply of titanium could increase by more than 20% in 2010 to about 150,000 tonnes, up from 120,000 tonnes produced worldwide last year, Philip Dewhurst of Roskill Information Services told delegates at the International Titanium Association's 2010 conference in Orlando. Last year's output, which was down a third on the preceding year, broke a cycle of growth, which ...

© Metal-Pages Ltd 2000 - 2015
http://www.metal-pages.com/news/
You are not signed in. Please sign in to read this story.
User name
Password
Remember me
on this computer
  
Headlines
Base metals
Thu 11:52 Deutsche Bank cuts 2015 molybdenum price forecast
Wed 13:56 China’s June steel PMI keeps sliding
Precious metals
Wed 13:56 China’s June steel PMI keeps sliding
Minor and specialty metals
Thu 11:52 Deutsche Bank cuts 2015 molybdenum price forecast
Thu 11:47 Mn ore market in surplus, but production falls - IMnI
Thu 11:45 SiMn market weaker in March 2015, FeMn stable - IMnI
Thu 11:39 China cobalt metal market stagnant on reduced demand
Thu 11:34 WISCO cuts Mn alloys tender prices in July
Thu 11:29 China’s gallium prices under pressure from oversupply
Thu 11:11 Europe FeMn market expecting no prompt demand in July
Thu 10:52 China’s tungsten producers cut offers to boost sales
Thu 10:42 China’s indium exports rose markedly in May 2015
Wed 16:38 Sierra Gorda molybdenum mine in Chile starts commercial production
Wed 16:27 Chile molybdenum production climbs 19.7pc in May
Wed 14:37 Mining leaders hail ruling against EPA air pollution rules
Wed 13:56 China’s June steel PMI keeps sliding
Ferro Alloys
Thu 12:01 US ferro-chrome prices static heading into 4 July holiday
Thu 11:58 US ferro-moly price dips again on increase in offers, slack demand
Thu 11:52 Deutsche Bank cuts 2015 molybdenum price forecast
Thu 11:47 Mn ore market in surplus, but production falls - IMnI
Thu 11:45 SiMn market weaker in March 2015, FeMn stable - IMnI
Thu 11:42 China FeCr imports up 20.33pc in May on short supply
Thu 11:40 Chrome ore imports to China up 27.32pc in May
Thu 11:11 Europe FeMn market expecting no prompt demand in July
Thu 11:04 Europe FeSi market unmoved as July slowdown starts
Thu 11:02 Europe SiMn spot demand seen low key in July
Thu 10:36 US ferro-vanadium price stabilises on improved supply flows
Wed 16:38 Sierra Gorda molybdenum mine in Chile starts commercial production
Wed 16:37 Brazil ferro-chrome producer files injunction to maintain electricity supply
Wed 16:27 Chile molybdenum production climbs 19.7pc in May
Wed 14:38 US FeSi spot market looking stable through July
Wed 14:37 Mining leaders hail ruling against EPA air pollution rules
Wed 13:58 US SiMn market set for little change in July
Wed 13:56 China’s June steel PMI keeps sliding
Wed 13:56 US FeMn set to track quietly through July
Wed 13:51 US steel output falls by 8.3pc
Rare Earths
Thu 12:08 Magnet demand to drive rare earths consumption
Thu 11:20 Eu and Gd prices lose ground in China amid thin buying
Thu 11:15 Chinese Pr/Nd prices fall, outlook downbeat
Wed 18:22 Molycorp sticks to production plans
Wed 13:56 China’s June steel PMI keeps sliding
News search
Related metals
Metal-Pages Insider
10:42 : Japan manufacturing growth fractional in June as production growth, new orders weaken, but new export orders pick up. South Korean manufacturing in contraction (PMI at 46.1pc) as production, new orders fall at fastest rate in 2.5 years – Nikkei survey.

Please note that only the story title, the link and your comment will be mailed from your e-mail address.

To e-mail address:
Add your own comment:
The story has been saved for later reading. You can find the stories back on your homepage or below each story.
Metal-Pages Blog Twitter Linked In Linked In Facebook