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Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is derived from ilmenite a mineral found in the metamorphic, plutonic igneous rocks and beach sands in India. It can be classified into anatase, rutile and brokite, of which only anatase and rutile are commercially important. TiO2 is consumed across paints, plastics, paper and many other end use segments. The TiO2 production in India is witnessing a declining trend leading to a greater dependency on imports. Some of the concerns in the Indian TiO2 industry are strict environmental regulations, reduced production by the manufacturers and inadequate availability of appropriate technology in production. This note on titanium dioxide industry has been prepared through extensive secondary research supported by detailed analysis and focuses on market details, major players, recent developments and key drivers of the Indian titanium dioxide industry.
This report can be used as an “Information & Management Tool” and is ideal for overseas investors to get the first feel of the Indian Titanium dioxide industry. Senior managers, can also use this report for making presentations to internal audiences, customers, collaborators and channel partners.
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