New supply Commodity Exchange This week is as follows.
According to the announcement of Iran Commodity Exchange Management, expanded polystyrene, sponge iron, diethylhexanol and cement of 5 companies were accepted for supply in the main market.
The acceptance of the mentioned goods and products was approved after reviewing the documents in the 360th and 362nd supply committee meetings on November 17 and 18.
In this way, 39 tons of expanded polystyrene of Pakistan’s Pak Petrochemical Industries (Pvt.) Ltd., whose supplier is the third Hazare Petrochemical Development Company, will go to the main market of the Iran Commodity Exchange.
Also, 800,000 tons of sponge iron of Iran’s Mines and Mineral Industries Development and Modernization Organization, whose supplier is Senabad Comprehensive Development Industrial and Mining Company, was accepted in the main market of the commodity exchange.
The product of these two companies was accepted in the main market in the 366th meeting of the supply committee on November 17.
In addition, 4,320 tons of diethylhexanol from LUXI GROUP CO.LTD in China and 15,400 tons of diethylhexanol from Shazand Petrochemical, which is the supplier of each product of Rama Fidar Rad Chemi, were accepted for sale in the commodity exchange.
Also, the cement of Chabahar Tis Cement Company was accepted for supply in the main market of the exchange.
The acceptance of these products was also approved in the 360th meeting of the supply committee on November 17.
Which company’s product entered the secondary market?
In another separate announcement, the acceptance management of the Iran Commodity Exchange announced the acceptance of steel belts and metal scraps of 2 companies in the sub-market of the Commodity Exchange.
The acceptance of the mentioned goods was approved after reviewing the documents in the 360th meeting of the supply committee on November 17.
In this way, 5,000 tons of steel belts of Kuhpayeh Steel Industry Company, whose supplier is Pertoa Capital Trust Company, will go to the secondary market of the commodity exchange.
Also, 850 tons of Persian Gulf Star oil metal scraps were accepted in the secondary market.