BASF increases prices bismuth vanadate pigments globally

BASF increases prices for bismuth vanadate pigments globally

11:44 AM, 27th June 2018
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LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF said that it will increase prices for bismuth vanadate pigments and preparations based on this chemistry by up to 15 percent worldwide.

The price increase will affect several market segments, predominantly the coatings industry. Price adjustments are necessary due to significantly higher raw material prices.

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