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20,000 tonnes of Steel Sheets Traded on IME

On Tuesday, January 17, 2023, commodities traded on IME weight 544,872 tonnes.
20,000 tonnes of Steel Sheets Traded on IME

According to a report by the IME's International Affairs and PR, the exchange also sold on its metals and minerals trading floor 6,500 tonnes of color rolled steel sheets, 8,850 tonnes of galvanized steel sheets, 3,400 tonnes of CRS, 1,000 tonnes of HRS, 400 tonnes of tinplate sheets, 100,000 tonnes of iron ore concentrate, 75,840 tonnes of steel blooms, 500 tonnes of low-grade copper, 200 tonnes of aluminum hydroxide, 200 tonnes of aluminum alloys ingots, 4 kg of gold bars and 155 truck (FORCE, FAW).

Moreover, the exchange traded 72,000 tonnes of steel slabs, 65,000 tonnes of vacuum bottom, 4,000 tonnes of copper cathodes, 506 tonnes of PVC and 200 tonnes of molybdenum sulfur on its open auction trading floor.

On its oil and petrochemical trading floor the IME sold 8,468 tonnes of polymeric products, 3,033 tonnes of base oil, 1,545 tonnes of bitumen and 100 tonnes of sulfur.

It's worth noting that the IME's export ring played host to trade of 53,450 tonnes of bitumen and 10,000 tonnes of steel blooms.

In addition to that, the IME also traded 127,325 tonnes of cement on its cement trading floor.

Last was the IME's side market which saw trade of 2,355 tonnes of steel blooms, bituminous anodes (used in aluminum reduction industry), polyester staple fiber (PSF) and molybdenum oxide.

Author: IME International Affairs

ID: 50079181

Published on: Tuesday, January 17, 2023 19:00

Source: IME PR

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