KaMin LLC Announces Price Increase for Industrial Kaolin Clays

Press Release updated: Nov 1, 2017 08:00 EDT

KaMin LLC announced today that it will increase prices for kaolin clay products for the global industrial markets 5 percent effective Jan. 1, 2018, or as contracts allow. “This price increase is necessary to ensure our long-term sustainability,” stated Mark Gillespie, Vice President of Commercial. “KaMin has continued to invest to meet regulatory requirements, as well as continued increases in labor, energy and freight/logistics costs.”

About KaMin LLC – With over 90 years of experience in mining and processing kaolin clay, KaMin delivers value to customers worldwide with high-quality kaolin solutions for the most demanding applications.

This price increase is necessary to ensure our long-term sustainability. KaMin has continued to invest to meet regulatory requirements, as well as continued increases in labor, energy and freight/logistics costs.

Mark Gillespie, Vice President of Commercial

KaMin mines and produces its kaolin in the U.S. at three Georgia plants – Macon, Sandersville and Wrens. KaMin has been recognized not only as a leader in product quality and export volumes but also in its safe mining practices for many consecutive years.

Media Contact:
Maureen Halstead
Email: [email protected]

Source: KaMin LLC

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