Iran offers 35,000 tons of chemicals on its energy exchange
TEHRAN, Iran, Oct.23
Iran's stock exchange on Oct. 23 has offered 35,000 tons of chemicals and 250 tons of bitumen, Trend reports citing the Official website of the country's Energy Exchange (IRENEX).
"Some 35,000 tons of chemicals, 636,000 tons of rebar baskets, 8,000 tons of bloom ingots, 500 tons of zinc ingots, 50 tons of lead ingots, 340 tons of copper cathode and 12 tons of precious metals concentrate have been offered at the exchange," said the message.
The Export hall of the exchange has also offered 38,000 tons of bitumen, 6,700 tons of sulfur and 396 tons of moisture insulation.
Meanwhile, on Oct. 22, some 37,000 tons of polymer materials were offered at the exchange.
Also, 7,000 kilograms of gold bullion, 300 ton of copper wire, 840 tons of aluminum, 7,000 tons of rebar baskets were sold through the Industrial and Minerals Hall of Energy Exchange.