Magnesium Oxide Output Declined due to Reduction in Demand According to Latest Report Released by

02 Oct 2009 • by Natalie Aster

In 2008, Magnesium oxide manufacturers, one after another, announced plans on the production volume growth, new plants construction, diversification, as well as the output resumption of earlier produced MgO grades.

However, in 2009 the output of magnesium oxide has declined dramatically due to a reduction in demand, thus a drop in sales. It could be 2011–2012 before magnesium sales volume rebounds to 2005–2007 tonnage.

Magnesium oxide is used mainly as refractory material in furnace linings for producing iron and steel, nonferrous metals, glass, and cement. It is applied to agricultural, chemical, and construction industries.

More information on Magnesium oxide (CAS 1309-48-4) market can be obtained from ‘Magnesium oxide (MgO) (CAS 1309-48-4) Market Research Report 2009’, issued at

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