The hottest iron ore port inventory fell for five

2022-07-27
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According to the statistics of iron ore port inventory, as of November 30, 2012, the total iron ore inventory in 30 major ports in China was 80.66 million tons, 1.97 million tons of microcomputer controlled electro-hydraulic servo universal experimental machine produced by Shandong Star High Tech was reduced compared with the previous week, a decline for five consecutive weeks. Compared with the same period last year (december2,2011), the total inventory decreased by 16.58 million tons, a new record year-on-year decline

according to the statistics of ore port inventory, as of november30,2012, the loading handle should be placed at the unloading position at the end of loading. The total iron ore inventory of 30 major ports in China was 80.66 million tons, a decrease of 1.97 million tons compared with the previous week and a decrease for five consecutive weeks. Compared with the same period last year (december2,2011), the total inventory decreased by 16.58 million tons, a new record year-on-year decline

according to the ports, the number of ports whose inventory decreased last week is still more than that of ports whose inventory increased, of which 14 ports' inventory decreased and 9 ports' inventory increased. Among the ports with declining inventory, the main ports in East China and North China are more obvious in terms of the standard. Tianjin Port fell by 790000 tons, making it the port with the largest decline in inventory. Caofeidian port and Jingtang Port also fell by 550000 tons and 210000 tons respectively; Rizhao Port and Qingdao port decreased by 200000 tons and 300000 tons respectively. In addition, the inventory of Beilun port decreased by 400000 tons, which was also much lower. Among the ports with increased inventory, Bayuquan port, Nantong port and Fangcheng port all increased by about 250000 tons, while the increase of other ports was limited

from the perspective of iron ore sources, the inventory of major import sources continued to decline across the board last Wednesday, while the decline of Australian mines was still the largest, down 1.37 million tons compared with the previous week, and the decline of Indian mines and Brazilian mines was 350000 tons and 110000 tons respectively. Among them, the total Indian mine inventory has been less than 4million tons, reaching a new low. Brazilian mines have been below 20million tons for two consecutive weeks. The proportion of the three major import sources also reached a new low

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