Key Market Indicators
Polish gypsum imports plummeted by 97.1% in 2021, dropping from nearly 5 million kilograms in 2020 to a mere 143,000 kilograms. Since 1999, demand for the mineral has dropped by 64%. Meanwhile, exports of Polish gypsum are projected to reach 122.4 million kilograms by 2026, up from 99.5 million kilograms in 2021. This equates to an annual growth rate of 3.2%. Since 1999, supply has increased by 13.4% year-on-year. In 2021, Poland ranked 23rd on the list of countries exporting gypsum, with the Czech Republic coming out on top at 99.5 million kilograms, followed by Thailand, Spain and Iran in second, third and fourth place respectively.