SHANGHAI, Jun. 6 (SMM) – The SMM International Minor Metal Summit scheduled for July 4-5 in Shanghai will focus on development of China's minor metal industry through innovation.
Indium, bismuth, germanium, tungsten, antimony, gallium, molybdenum, selenium, and tellurium, are most traded in minor metals markets, and these metal are widely applied in development of environmentally-friendly technologies and superalloy sector. The emphasis on environmental protection during the past couple of years has put minor metals under spotlight. In this context, market pays great attention to the future development of minor metals industry given rising demand from aerospace and automobile sectors.
According to SMM sources, despite steady growth of downstream demand, the disorder in trading market for minor metals curb stable increase in prices. Thus, the urgent issues confronting China’s minor metals producers are extending industrial chains and upgrading technologies for minor metal processing and environmental protection, so as to improve their profitability.
The SMM International Minor Metal Summit will give a detailed analysis to supply and demand in China’s minor metals markets to help producers better understand the market and achieve stable growth.