London -- A report of the European markets for carbon black by consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan, has shown that these markets are worth around â‚¬1178.8 million in 2006, which it estimates will rise to â‚¬1938 million by 2013.
According to the report, published on 2 Aug, â€œcarbon black manufacturers in Europe are gearing up to meet one of their biggest challenges as key end-user industries of this material increasingly shift their production facilities from western Europe to the comparatively low-cost central and eastern Europe (CEE) region.â€
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