240KT of Commodities at IME
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240KT of Commodities at IME

Iran Mercantile Exchange featured more than 239,000 tons of commodities offered on both spot and secondary markets on Wednesday trading.
As IME reported, the export trading floor witnessed the offering of 100,000 tons of granulated iron ore by Golgohar Mining Industrial Company, 100 tons of roof insulation and 12,300 tons of various grades of bitumen by local suppliers to be exported overseas.
The industrial and mining trading floor played host to 120 kg of gold bullions from Mouteh Gold Complex, 1,000 tons of aluminum ingots of 99.7-percent purity from Hormozal Steel Company and 1,500 tons of aluminum alloy ingots and billets from Iran Aluminum Company.
Elsewhere, the oil and petrochemical trading floor saw the offering of 83,000 tons of chemicals, bitumen and liquidated argon gas.
More than 72,000 tons of corn, durum wheat, white sugar and imported rice from Argentina, Uruguay, India and Thailand were offered on the agricultural trading floor.
The IME’s secondary market recorded the offering of 8,200 empty barrels and 695 tons of scrap metals by Islamic Republic of Iran Railways.

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