Kronos Worldwide Inc Number of Employees 2010-2023 | KRO

Kronos Worldwide Inc number of employees from 2010 to 2023. Number of employees can be defined as a measure of financial performance calculated as operating cash flow minus capital expenditures, expressed on a per share basis
Kronos Worldwide Inc Annual Number of Employees
2022 2,266
2021 2,248
2020 2,242
2019 2,200
2018 2,195
2017 2,245
2016 2,260
2015 2,280
2014 2,485
2013 2,450
2012 2,555
2011 2,470
2010 2,440
2009 2,440
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Chemicals - Diversified $0.891B $1.930B
Kronos Worldwide, Inc. is a leading producer and marketer of TiO2, a white pigment for providing whiteness, brightness and opacity. TiO2 is a key component of applications such as coatings, plastics and paper, inks, food and cosmetics and is the biggest commercially used whitening pigment. The company provides its customers a vast portfolio of products that include more than 40 different TiO2 pigment grades that offer a number of performance properties to address customers' specific needs. Its major customers include domestic and international paint, plastics, decorative laminate and paper makers. For coatings, TiO2 is used in industrial coatings and coatings for commercial and residential interiors and exteriors, automobiles, aircraft, machines, appliances and traffic paint. The company's TiO2 is also used in the production of several types of paper including laminate paper and filled paper. Kronos along with its distributors and agents market and provide technical services for its products.
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