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Offering Bitumen, Sulfur, Lube Cut Oil and Insulation on Export Ring

On Tuesday, November 21, 2017, the export ring of Iran Mercantile Exchange will experience offering of 7,920 MT of bitumen products, 1,092 MT of insulation, 500 MT of lube cut oil, 10,000 MT of sulfur lumps as well as 5,500 MT of granulated sulfur.
Offering Bitumen, Sulfur, Lube Cut Oil and Insulation on Export Ring

According to the report by the IME’s International Affairs and PR, 35,671 MT of polymer products, chemical products, lube cut oil and VB feed stock will be offered on the oil and petrochemical trading floor.

The metal and mineral trading floor will witness offering of 1,110 MT of rebar basket, 110 MT of rebar A3-10 and 500 MT of metallurgical cock.

The agricultural trading floor will experience offering of 486,000 day old chicks, 391 MT of maize, 100 MT of sunflower oil, 156,000 MT of wheat and 3,000 MT of durum wheat.

Furthermore, 100 MT of oil from Malaysia will be offered on the side market of IME.

Author: International Affairs and PR

ID: 50058630

Published on: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 10:00

Source: IME

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