Molybdenum (Mo) is a malleable hard metal having a silvery-white colour and occurring in nature only in combined form (e.g. in wulfenite, molybdenite, powellite, etc.). More than 75% of the molybdenum output is used in the alloys production. The element is either employed in the manufacture of reagents, dyes, fertilizers, reagents, high-temperature wiring, aircraft/missile/automobile parts and a far more. Certain molybdenum compounds act as essential catalysts and pigments.
In 2011, the world production of molybdenum reached 250 thousand tonnes. Global molybdenum consumption is likely to grow by nearly 6% annually through 2019. China, the USA, Chile, Mexico and Peru are top five molybdenum producing countries. Molymet, Codelco, Freeport McMoran, Jinduicheng Molybdenum Group and Southern Copper are known as the behemoths of the molybdenum market.
The catalogue disposes reports offering cutting-edge information on the molybdenum market. The research studies are furnished with detailed descriptions of the market restraints and propellers, challenges and opportunities. Data on the competitive atmosphere, predominant market trends, the market structure and shape can be found in the reports. Furthermore, the researches contain predictions of the future market state.
International Trade in Molybdenum Ores and Concentrates: Trends and Prospects
The reports examine global molybdenum ores and concentrates market trends (historical, current and forecast) with respect to international trade including molybdenum ores and concentrates global trade dynamics, exports/imports by geography, leading suppliers and consumers, average prices.