According to Toodudu.com, in October 2021, China’s titanium dioxide output was 323,800 tons, an increase of 7.90% month-on-month and a decrease of 0.34% year-on-year. The total output from January to October 2021 was about 3,143,400 tons, an increase of 10.63% year-on-year, and the output increased by about 302,100 tons from the same period last year.
The top three regions in October output were Sichuan, Shandong, and Anhui, which accounted for 22%, 15%, and 12% of the total output;
In October, due to restricted gas in Panzhihua, the output of individual manufacturers decreased slightly, but the overall impact was not significant; manufacturers in other regions resumed production, and the overall output of titanium dioxide increased in October. In early November, some large plants were overhauled, and some companies’ power curtailment was eased, but it was still affected. New production capacity was released in November. It is expected that the output of titanium dioxide in November will increase slightly compared with October. Weak, the market price of titanium dioxide will weaken steadily.