According to the report by the IME’s International Affairs and PR, 1 KT of CRS type B, and 500 MT of tin plates, 500 MT of galvanized sheets, 2,200 MT of HRS type C and 5 KT of slab type SM from Mobarakeh Steel Co., 1,479 MT of rebar basket 12-32 and 50 MT of rebar basket A3-14 from Isfahan Steel Co. as well as 100 MT of zinc ingot with 98% and 99% from Faravari Company and 20 KT of bloom ingot 150*150 from Khuzestan Steel Co. will be offered on the metal and mineral trading.
The export pit of IME will witness offering of 1,050 MT of insulation and bitumen.
The oil and petrochemical trading floor will experience offering of 30,800 MT of bitumen, 7,347 MT of polymer products and 160 MT of benzene.
Based on the report, 101,237 MT of feed barley within the framework of guaranteed price plan, 310 MT of feed barley, 100 MT of crude soybean oil, 5,400 MT of sugar and 900 MT of frozen chicken range 2 will be offered on the agricultural trading floor.
Gather exclusive market updates and key industry developments from experts and policy makers
Develop quality business relationships with international and regional end-users, traders and refiners
Highlight your expertise and position yourself as a knowledge leader
Identify the impact of the lifting of sanctions against Iran on international bitumen trade
Meet with industry leaders to identify emerging commercial opportunities and nurture existing relationships
Enjoy extended coffee breaks, executive lunches, cultural visit and an exclusive dinner reception to enhance your networking experience
Key Topics Include
Implications of Iran sanction relief on international bitumen trade
Uncover international growth markets and new frontiers
Technical perspectives into innovations in the bitumen industry
Implementing a framework for quality assurance and regulating blending
Practical insights into shipping, logistics and the supply chain
Economic and legal framework for doing business in Iran