Fastmarkets will launches its price assessment for ferro-chrome low carbon, 0.10% C, basis 60-64.9% Cr, CIF Europe, on Tuesday June 6.
Fastmarkets is inviting feedback from the industry on an amendment to the proposed specification for a new low-carbon ferro-chrome price assessment in Europe, following the end of a trial period.
The publication of Fastmarkets’ Chinese domestic ferro-chrome prices was delayed on Tuesday April 25 due to a technical issue.
As the world moves toward a shared goal of net-zero emissions, Claire Patel-Campbell talks to Outokumpu’s head of group sustainability, excellence and reliability about the place of the energy-intensive and high emissions ferro-chrome industry in a greener economy
Energy has been at the top of the agenda for the ferro-chrome market over the last couple of years, as prices fluctuate and access to steady supplies becomes more uncertain
Fastmarkets has corrected the published date for Shanghai bonded copper stocks, tonnes; chrome ore inventories at the main ports of Tianjin, Qinzhou, Lianyungang and Shanghai, million tonnes; and manganese ore inventories at the main Chinese ports of Tianjin and Qinzhou, million tonnes.
Fastmarkets has corrected its price assessment for ferro-chrome, 50% Cr import, cif main Chinese ports, following an error in the review process.
After market feedback, Fastmarkets is extending the consultation period on the proposed changes to its pricing methodology for low-carbon ferro-chrome in Europe.
Fastmarkets has discontinued the following converted price assessments:
Imminent strike action at South Africa’s leading charge chrome and chrome ore producer Samancor could have a massive impact on global ferro-chrome production, with the company holding a 30% share of the worldwide market
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