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Sachtleben to boost prices of all TiO2 products
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Aug '09
Sachtleben announces a price increase of 100 € per metric ton on all TiO2 products sold in Europe, Middle East and Africa, effective on September 1, 2009.

In North America prices of all TiO2 products will be increased by USD 0.07 per pound, or CAD 0.07 per pound. In Latin America and Asia & Pacific region prices will increase by USD 150 per metric ton. These increases are also effective from September 1, 2009.

These price adjustments are necessary to counter the unsatisfactory global profitability trend. With these actions Sachtleben ensures its ability to successfully fulfill its customers' expectations by delivering unsurpassed quality and continuous innovation.

Sachtleben Chemie GmbH is a leading manufacturer of top-quality chemical products with a unique range of white pigments and extenders. The history of the company's involvement at its Duisburg location stretches back more than one hundred years.

With a reflectivity higher than diamond, titanium dioxide is the white pigment with an unparalleled whiteness. For more than four decades, Sachtleben has been producing ultra-white titanium dioxide from black ore, using concentrated sulfuric acid.

With its top-quality Hombitan anatase microcrystals for the most diverse man-made fiber applications, Sachtleben is the acknowledged quality leader in the field of spun fiber delustering. Only anatase-microcrystals make it possible to deluster and work initially transparent man-made fibers. Special functional additives from Sachtleben enable textile and fiber producers to manufacture products incorporating completely new properties.





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