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Martinswerk Increases Global Price for Martinal Fine Precipitated Alumina Trihydrate

06 September 2016

Martinswerk is increasing the global price of its martinal fine precipitated alumina trihydrate (ATH) products, effective 1 October 2016, or as current contracts allow.

Prices will increase depending on product grade and packaging. Martinswerk says that while it continues to focus on minimising the inflationary impact on its comprehensive line-up of Martinal fine precipitated ATH grades, cost increases in materials, packaging, regulatory compliance, labour and capital investments necessitate the pricing adjustment.





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