India: MMTC Tender for Export of 11,000 MT Chrome Concentrate

MMTC, a leading international trading company in India and one of the major global players in minerals trade, has issued a tender for export of 11,000 MT low silica chrome concentrate for interested overseas buyers.

The origin of the material is Tata Steel, India and the shipment period of the material is Nov’18.

Bidders needs to quote prices in USD/DMT FoBT Paradip port India (in bulk). The bidders shall keep their bids valid for a period of 10 days from the date of tender closing.

Interested parties can submit their bids till 16 Oct’18.

News No: 2390
Date: 2018/10/08 - 19:34
News Source: SteelMint

MMTC Tender  Chrome Concentrate  Tata Steel  Paradip port  minerals trade 


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