Lanxess increases price yellow iron oxide pigments

Lanxess increases price for yellow iron oxide pigments

10:55 AM, 27th May 2019
Lanxess yellow iron oxide pigments

COLOGNE, GERMANY: Lanxess is raising its prices worldwide for yellow iron oxide pigments of the Bayferrox and Colortherm brands. The price will be increased by 15 percent with immediate effect due to rising operational costs.

The Lanxess Inorganic Pigments business unit of Lanxess is the world's largest manufacturer of iron oxide pigments with production sites on five continents that all meet high technical and ecological standards.

All Bayferrox and Colortherm pigments are characterized by a high level of quality in terms of all their chemical and physical properties, especially natural color strength and color consistency. Due to their chemical composition, the products are absolutely weather-resistant and lightfast.

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