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Bitumen Abounds at IME
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Bitumen Abounds at IME

Iran Mercantile Exchange’s export trading board witnessed the supply of 76,000 tons of bitumen by Jey Oil Refining Company, 10,000 tons of the same commodity by Tabriz Oil Refining Company, 14,000 tons by Akam Bitumen Company, 500 tons by Aradan Kimiya Sanaat Company and 100 tons of insulations by Khazar Bam Company on Tuesday.
The oil and petrochemical trading board played host to 68,491 tons of polymers, 38,100 tons of bitumen, 12,000 tons of heavy lube cut oil and 500 tons of granulated sulfur.
Iran Aluminum Company supplied 2,000 tons of 7-6063 billets, 1,600 tons of alloy ingots and 20 tons of 8-6005 billets on the industrial and mining trading board.
Finally, close to 5,529 tons of corn, 1,000 tons of wheat and 1,100 tons of unprocessed soybean oil were offered on the agricultural trading board.
All in all, the IME featured 231,000 tons of commodities on Tuesday.

 

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