Lanxess says that it is imposing temporary inflation surcharges for its inorganic pigments worldwide with immediate effect.

According to the company, this is due to a massive increase in energy costs for electricity, gas and steam worldwide. Prices will rise by €300 per metric ton for iron oxide pigments and chrome oxide pigments from all production sites, or the equivalent amount in national currency.

This story uses material from Lanxess, with editorial changes made by Materials Today.