PRICING NOTICE: Amendment of cfr Southeast Asia/East Asia steel slab assessment

Fastmarkets will amend the quantity in the specifications of its price assessment for steel slab import, cfr Southeast Asia/East Asia, $/tonne following a one-month consultation.

The assessment will now consider cargoes of 10,000-80,000 tonnes, compared with 30,000-80,000 tonnes previously. The amendment will enable Fastmarkets to take more cargoes into consideration when making the weekly price assessment.

All historical data relating to this price prior to the amendment will remain available in the pricing section of the Fastmarkets website.

Following the amendment, the full specifications are as follows:

Assessment: Steel slab import, cfr Southeast Asia/East Asia, $/tonne
Dimensions: Width 750-2,100mm, thickness 200-260mm
Quantity: 10,000-80,000 tonnes
Location: cfr Southeast Asia/East Asia
Timing: 6-12 weeks
Unit: US$/tonne
Payment terms: Prompt payment upon delivery
Publication: Every Monday, 5-6pm Singapore time

The amendment will apply from August 26.

To provide feedback on this price or if you would like to provide price information by becoming a data submitter, please contact Lee Ken Kiat by email at: Please add the subject heading “FAO: Lee Ken Kiat, re: steel slab import, cfr Southeast Asia/East Asia, $/tonne.”

To see all of Fastmarkets’ pricing methodology and specification documents, go to
What to read next
Any bolstering effect on US ferrous scrap exports from the up-month in February’s domestic trade will be tempered in the immediate aftermath of two earthquakes in Turkey — the country’s largest importing region — on Monday, February 6
Steel trading and production have come to a halt in the eastern Turkish region of Iskenderun following a devastating earthquake that hit the region on Monday February 6 and put mills in the area under force majeure, sources told Fastmarkets on Tuesday
Fastmarkets proposes to amend and realign its listed brands for alloy and standard grade cobalt to reflect new developments in the market and invites feedback on the following consultation.
Fastmarkets’ Shanghai-London arbitrage calculations for aluminium were published incorrectly on January 30-February 3 due to a formula error.
A 120-day closure of four Illinois dams scheduled for 2023 will disrupt barge shipments and have potentially both negative and positive impacts on scrap and finished steel products from Canada to Texas
BRUSSELS, Feb 2, 2023 (PPI Europe) - PRICING NOTICE: Consultation on proposal to discontinue Russian containerboard prices – final decision
We use cookies to provide a personalized site experience.
By continuing to use & browse the site you agree to our Privacy Policy.