PRICING NOTICE: China Mn, Cr ore port inventory publication postponed on Qingming Festival

Fastmarkets’ publication of its China manganese and chrome ore port inventory assessments will be postponed to Tuesday April 7 due to the Qingming or Tomb Sweeping Festival in China.

Two China port inventory assessments, including chrome ore inventories at the main ports of Tianjin, Qinzhou, Lianyungang and Shanghai and manganese ore inventories at the main Chinese ports of Tianjin and Qinzhou, which are published on Mondays on a weekly basis, will be postponed to Tuesday April 7 due to the public holiday in China falling on Monday April 6.

To provide feedback on China manganese and chrome ore port inventory assessments, or if you would like to provide information by becoming a data submitter to these two assessments, please contact Amy Lv and Siyi Liu by email at Please add the subject heading ‘FAO: Amy Lv/Siyi Liu, Re: Mn/Cr inventory.”

To see all Fastmarkets’ pricing methodology and specification, documents go to:

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