The combination of Roskill and Pariser brings together Pariser’s expertise in steel and alloys and Roskill’s coverage of aluminium alloys, bulk alloys and noble alloys. Roskill’s Steel Alloys division will, henceforth, be called Roskill Pariser.
The market research of Heinz Pariser and the rest of the Pariser team has been a long-standing staple in the stainless and special steel and related raw material industries. With over thirty years in the industry, Pariser has established itself as one of the leading sources of information on market trends, end use statistics, and in-depth consulting work in the markets for chromium, nickel, stainless steel, stainless steel scrap, and special steels.
Given the complementary nature of the two companies’ experience, the combination of our two businesses will provide clients with a deeper insight of the value chain in metal industries and allow for a more comprehensive understanding of the drivers that affect current and
Pariser’s in-depth market reports covering various aspects of the industry will be merged with Roskill’s current multi-client product offering. The Weekly Fax Service will be continued following the merger. The business will trade through a new entity: Roskill Pariser.
Heinz and Beatrix Pariser will continue to take a leading role in this new business with the additional support of Roskill’s team. The Pariser office in Xanten, Germany, will be retained.
The outlook for chromium chemicals demand growth is positive. Consumption of chromium chemicals in leather tanning, chromic acid use in plating, and chromic acid in used in industrial wood preservation) is forecast to increase.
The supply of primary molybdenum concentrates into the world market is led by China, which accounted for approximately 40% of global production in 2015.
Almost all ferroniobium supply is from three industrialised producers in Brazil and Canada and derives from the mineral pyrochlore.
World production of both silicon metal and ferrosilicon is dominated by China. Historically, China’s dominance of global output was greater for ferrosilicon than for silicon metal.
Aerospace applications consumed 63% of titanium mill product produced in 2016, with civilian airframes and engines (for passenger and cargo planes) accounting for almost 75% of the market.