This outlook will help you get to grips with the shifting nature of the sector and plan your strategy up to 2018.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 11 December 2013
CRU, independent commodity industry analysis and management consultants in the global metals, mining and fertilizer industries, is set to launch a new report on the Potassium Sulphates and Potassium Nitrate market.
The latest Market Outlook from CRU is to be released on 31st December and is written by Paul Burnside, a leading global expert on potash, with help from several experienced consultants. It is the only study available in this sector and the information is valid up to 2018. The company states that the information contained is essential for understanding the dynamics and changing nature of the industry. It is aimed at producers of potassium sulphates and nitrates, new entrants into the market and investors in the sector.
The report covers various aspects of the potash market, including production methods, applications and analysis of demand and supply. It also goes into detail about potential new sources of supply, as well as information on the major and minor producers in the industry. It focuses on potassium sulphate, potassium nitrate and potassium magnesium fertilizers.
A spokesperson for CRU commented: “This Market Outlook is essential for those who need to understand the fundamentals of this sector. There are signs that the potash industry could well change in the coming years due to possible company takeovers and so this outlook will help you get to grips with the shifting nature of the sector and plan your strategy up to 2018.”
CRU also produces reports on nitrogen, phosphates, sulphur & sulphuric acid, and NPK fertilizers. For more information on CRU and their services, visit http://www.crugroup.com or call +44 (0)20 7903 2000.
CRU Group was established in 1969, and has since become the leading business for independent market analysis and management consultancy across three areas of the global commodity industry: metals, mining and fertilizers. With more than 220 expert staff, CRU employs engineers, economists, geologists, metallurgists and chemists. CRU is based in London, Pittsburgh, Beijing, Santiago and Mumbai, with representative offices in Sydney and Sao Paulo.