Chemical chromite market slows down

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Lower offers have emerged for chemical grade material while foundry grade chromite prices continue to hold their ground.

The chemical chromite market in South Africa has slowed this week, prompted by lower offers from sellers following reports of falling metallurgical grade prices.

Prices of chemical chromite, 46% Cr2O3, wet bulk, drifted to $250-270 per tonne fob South Africa from the previous range of $270-290 per tonne, according to IM's...

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