Companies mentioned in the report: Sibelco, Imerys, Calcinor, Carmeuse, E. Dillon & Company, Essel Mining & Industries Limited (EMIL), JFE Mineral Co., Lhoist, Omya AG, Rawedge, RHI Magnesita GmbH, Vadmar Dolomit, Hebei Weiran Building Materials Technology, Shri Vinayak Industries, Hebei Jueguan, Lhoist Group, Carmeuse Group, Calcinor Industrial Minerals, Cales De Llierca, Carmeuse Group, Lhoist Group, Graymont, Miller Group, Arij Global Trading, New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., Prince International Corp., Aldon Corporation, BariteWorld, Crystal Mark, GLC Minerals, Atlantic Minerals Limited, IMASCO Minerals Inc., National Lime & Stone Co., Drummond Dolomite
NEW YORK, April 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — IndexBox has released a new report: ‘Global – Dolomite – Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Prospects’. Here is a summary of the main findings of the report.
Dolomites Market Statistics
|Main importers||China, India, Japan|
|Main exporters||China, United Arab Emirates, Belgium|
Exports from the Dolomites
In 2021, overseas shipments of dolomite increased by 113% to 20 million tonnes, increasing for the second consecutive year after two years of decline. During the period under review, exports recorded a strong increase. As a result, exports have peaked and are expected to continue growing for the time being. REQUEST FREE DATA
In value, supplies soared to $542 million in 2021. In general, exports showed resilient growth. As a result, exports have peaked and are expected to continue growing for the time being. REQUEST FREE DATA
Exports by country
In 2021, China (9.1 million tonnes) was the main exporter of dolomite, mixing 45% of total supplies. The United Arab Emirates (2.1 million tonnes) had an 11% share (on a tonne basis) of total exports, which placed it second, followed by Canada (9.2%), Belgium (5.6%), the Philippines (5.5%). and Slovakia (5%). Thailand (722K tonnes) followed far behind the leaders. REQUEST FREE DATA
In terms of value, China ($276 million) has become the world’s largest supplier of dolomite, accounting for 51% of global exports. The second position in the ranking was occupied by the United Arab Emirates ($39 million), with a 7.3% share of global supplies. It was followed by Belgium, with a share of 4.2%.
In China, dolomite exports increased at an average annual rate of +14.5% over the period 2007-2021. The other exporting countries recorded the following average annual export growth rates: the United Arab Emirates (+9.6% per year) and Belgium (+1.3% per year).
Export prices by country
In 2021, the average export price of dolomite was $27 per ton, down -8.8% from the previous year. Prices varied significantly by country of origin; the country with the highest price was China ($30 per ton), while the Philippines ($7.7 per ton) was among the lowest. From 2007 to 2021, the most notable growth rate in terms of price was achieved by China, while the other world leaders experienced more modest growth rates.
In 2021, global dolomite imports soared to 14 million tonnes, up 16% from the previous year’s figure. Overall, total imports showed a pronounced expansion from 2007 to 2021: their volume grew at an average annual rate of +3.0% over the last fourteen-year period. The trend model, however, indicated that some notable fluctuations were recorded throughout the analyzed period. The highest growth rate was recorded in 2017, when imports increased by 30% year-on-year. Global imports peaked in 2021 and are expected to maintain growth in the coming years.
In value, dolomite imports skyrocketed to $563 million in 2021. Total import value grew at an average annual rate of +1.3% from 2007 to 2021; however, the trend indicated that some notable fluctuations were recorded in some years. During the review period, global imports reached record levels at $603 million in 2013; however, from 2014 to 2021 imports have been at a slightly lower figure.
Imports by country
In 2021, India (4.6 million tons), followed far behind by Japan (2.4 million tons), the United States (1.9 million tons) and Taiwan (Chinese) (0. 7 million tons) were the main importers of dolomite, together creating 67% of the total. shopping. China (582,000 tons), Netherlands (567,000 tons), Ukraine (485,000 tons), Germany (484,000 tons), Czech Republic (474,000 tons), Brazil (285,000 tons), Paraguay (264,000 tons ) and the United Kingdom (224,000 tonnes) had a small share of total imports.
By value, China ($164m), India ($105m) and Japan ($89m) were the countries with the highest import levels in 2021, with a combined share of 64% of global supplies.
Among the main importing countries, India has experienced the highest growth rates in terms of the value of imports, over the period 2007-2021, while purchases for the other world leaders have experienced faster growth rates. modest.
Import prices by country
The average import price of dolomite stood at $39 per ton in 2021, up 12% from the previous year. Prices varied significantly depending on the country of destination; the country with the highest price was China ($282 per ton), while the United States ($9.9 per ton) was among the lowest. From 2007 to 2021, the most notable growth rate in terms of prices was achieved by Brazil, while the other world leaders experienced more modest growth rates.
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