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Global Silico Manganese market will reach 21600 million US$ by the end of 2025
Published Date: 2018/10/08
Silico manganese which is sometimes called ferrosilicon manganese, is ferroalloy composed of manganese, silicon and iron, produced by smelting manganese ore, manganese slag, and coke and quartz flux on high temperature. Mainly silicomanganese contains smaller proportion of minor elements, such as carbon, phosphorous and sulfur. Manganese and silicon are crucial components in steelmaking. As deoxidizers and desulfurizers they improve mechanical properties of steel.
As we all know, global manganese ore reserve is mainly concentrated in South Africa, Ukraine, Australia, Brazil, India and China. Manganese ore production regions are South Africa, Australia and China. It is a major raw material during silico manganese production. So, silico manganese manufacturers are mainly concentrated in those regions. China is a major silico manganese production base. In 2015, China silico manganese production share is about 72.19%.
Silico manganese is usually used as deoxidizers and desulfurizers. In 2015, silico manganese consumption amount as deoxidizers is about 12344.2 K MT, with a consumption share of 74.69%.
During past five years, global total silico manganese production varied from 15073.4 K MT in 2011 to 17141.2 K MT in 2016, with an average increase rate of 2.60%. Global consumption regions are China, Europe and India. In 2015, China consumed about 72.24% of global total consumption. Europe and India separately consumed 1284.3 K MT and 812.5 K MT in 2015.
The global Silico Manganese market is valued at 14500 million US$ in 2017 and will reach 21600 million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 5.8% during 2018-2025.
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