Webinar: Global Silica Sand Market - Global Outlook & Insights
Join our live webinar to get insights into the global silica sand market.
We are hosting a 40-minute live webinar on the global silica sand market.
Join us to get main macroeconomic statistics around the production and trade, and talk over the challenges of coronavirus and the nearest future of the market.
We invite speakers from the industry to share their thoughts on how they are going through this difficult time.
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For the third consecutive year, the global silica sand market recorded growth in sales value, which increased by 7.7% to $52.4B in 2019. The market value increased at an average annual rate of +2.0% over the period from 2007 to 2019.
The countries with the highest volumes of silica sand consumption in 2019 were China (123M tonnes), the U.S. (105M tonnes) and Brazil (20M tonnes), with a combined 51% share of global consumption. Turkey, the Netherlands, India, Italy, France, the Czech Republic, Malaysia, Poland and Germany lagged somewhat behind, together comprising a further 20%. In value terms, the U.S. ($7.6B) led the market, alone. The second position in the ranking was occupied by Brazil ($2.1B). It was followed by Italy.
In 2020, an unpreceded drop of the global economy should certainly affect the silica sand market which is to a very high extent bound to the construction sector.
Market Analyst, Editor
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Fulchiron Industrielle is a SME producing siliceous sands for glass, construction materials and sports floors. Since 1920, the FULCHIRON company has been exploiting high-quality silica sand deposits, mainly intended for industrial applications. Its head office is located in Maisse, in Essonne.
CEO & Owner
The company is one of the leading in the field of mining in Egypt and has over 30 years of experience. The company provides a wide range of high-purity and low-iron silica sands from their own quarry in South Sinai, which is ideal for glassmaking.