Nickel is a white or silver metal, present in many alloys (especially in jewellery) because of its resistance to oxidation.
According to a study published in 2014 by CEROM, the world nickel market grew by 10.5% in 2013, reaching a production of 1.9 million tonnes.
The nickel market is concentrated among mining giants, leaving little room for new entrants.
Faced with the raw materials crisis, nickel market players are committed to a global approach to reducing costs.
According to ERAMET, the world nickel market can expect constant growth, averaging around 5% per year, driven by urbanization and industrialization in emerging countries.
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