The price of titanium slag in March was unchanged from February and there was no adjustment. The performance of the chlorinated slag market is sluggish. Downstream large-scale enterprises plan to stop production and overhaul, leading to insufficient market demand and natural price increase. The market demand for acid slag was relatively strong, and titanium slag plant orders were sufficient. However, considering that prices were adjusted soon after the end of February and raw material costs remained unchanged, they did not continue to increase prices in March. At the end of March, the price of domestic titanium tetrachloride rose significantly, with an increase of nearly 10%. The main reason for the increase in the price of titanium tetrachloride was the relatively tight market supply caused by the suspension of overhauls by large-scale enterprises.