PRICING NOTICE: Launch of weekly Chinese metallurgical coke export price assessment

Steel First launches its weekly Chinese metallurgical coke export price assessment on Tuesday July 7, which has the following specifications:

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Price: US$/metric tonne
Basis: fob Tianjin
Trade size: 35,000 tonnes; minimum 5,000 tonnes
Cargo type: Non-blended
Laycan: Within 45 days
Coke strength after reaction (CSR): 65%; minimum 63%
Volatile matter: 1.5%; range 1-1.5%
Ash: 12.5%; range 11-13.5%
Sulphur: 0.65%; range 0.4-0.8%
Phosphorus: 0.035%
Physical size: 30-90mm; range 25-100mm
Publication: Every Tuesday, at 7pm Singapore time

For queries or contributions to the assessment, please contact Daisy Tseng at daisy.tseng@steelfirstasia.com.

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