In Jul 2010, Asian Metal had successfully predicted that selenium price would climb up in late 2010 but the extraordinary increase was a surprise to the whole market. Selenium price has not reached a level above RMB1,100/kg for five years and it seems the price would soon reach or even go over the peak level in 2005 of about RMB1,200/kg.
Meanwhile, tellurium price also managed to rise by over 50% in 2010. Demand is expected to double within the coming two years while the downstream solar industry is growing rapidly. The global market will face a severe shortage of tellurium supply, which will definitely result in higher prices.
Will the high price continue to dominate 2011 and how should the both sides of supply and demand react? What changes will occur in the demand structure in global market? How to reduce risks of transaction for mutual benefits?
Asian Metal sincerely invites producers, buyers, upstream and downstream customers and researching facilities to Guangzhou in May for the deep and wide gathering of ideas and sharing on the development of selenium and tellurium industries.
We are sure your coming will be fruitful and the forum will be successful under your participant and support.