(PRWEB) January 23, 2013
TZ Minerals International (TZMI) has released its latest data report on zircon, Issue 19 of Zircon Quarter to Quarter.
To enable participants in the industry to keep their finger on the pulse of the industry TZMI produces Zircon Quarter to Quarter, a quarterly data report covering activity and developments in the zircon industry during the previous quarter.
Issue 19 reports that in Q3 2012, identified global import bulk volume of zircon sand and concentrate was 21% lower than Q2 2012 levels. Chinese imports of zircon sand and concentrate were down 24% from the previous quarter, while other Asia-Pacific imports were also down 40%. Western Europe imports increased 28% from Q2 2012, however, are still at historically low levels.
China continued to dominate market share for imports while Australia accounted for the largest portion of trade in Q3 2012, followed by South Africa. Western Europe remained the largest exporter of milled zircon.
Zircon Quarter to Quarter Issue 19 includes analysis covering:
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