Global Ceramics Market Study and Forecast, 2019-2025 - Leading Players are AGC Ceramics, Imerys Ceramics, Carbo Ceramics, 3M, Corning, and Kyocera Corporation 2019/12/12 17:45:00 Benzinga Feeds
DUBLIN , Dec. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Ceramics Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product (Traditional, Advanced), By Application (Sanitary Ware, Abrasives, Tiles), By End-Use; By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2019 - 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global ceramics market size is expected to reach USD 407.72 billion by 2025, according to this report. Advancement in 3D printing technology coupled with its rising application in dental implants is anticipated to drive the ceramics industry market growth. Emergence of 3D printing or additive manufacturing is the new prominence application area for advanced product segment of ceramics. The rising use of the technology in dental implants is anticipated to trigger the market growth for advanced ceramic materials such as alumina and zirconium. Alumina is anticipated to dominate the marketspace due to its excellent structural properties and compatibility with human tissues. Soda ash, kaolin, clay, silica, and sand are key raw materials used in manufacturing of traditional ceramics.
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Fracking Sand Company Sees Its Stock Almost Halve On Big Customer Loss 2019/11/12 16:10:27 Benzinga Feeds
The oil patch has become so depressed that a company that supplies frac sand saw its stock drop almost in half Nov. 11, after it said it may not be able to continue as a "going concern." Carbo Ceramics (NYSE: CRR ), a Houston-based manufacturer of proppants, the industry name for frac sand, said in its third-quarter earnings that its largest frac sand client "intends to discontinue purchase of frac sand under our current contract," Carbo President and CEO Gary Kolstad said in a conference call with investors. The identity of the buyer was not revealed. "We are in discussions with this client to determine if there's an agreeable alternative to this matter," Kolstad said, according to a transcript of the earnings call supplied by Seeking Alpha. The problem for the company is not only the loss of the revenue stream from the client, Kolstad said. It is also that the contract with the buyer "covered significant fixed costs associated with our distribution facility and railcar leases." It was in the company's press release about the earnings that the issue of Carbo remaining a "going concern" was raised.