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Shanghai Tri-Rawnd Stainless Steel Corp, Jinsabu fil Shanghai Ċina, is-swieq, timmanifattura u ħażniet firxa wiesgħa ta 'azzar li ma jissaddadx seamless & iwweldjati pajpijiet, fittings, u oġġetti relattivi għall-materjali istainless steel. Aħna jkollu l-kapaċità u l-esperjenza biex jilħqu talbiet tal-klijenti għal soluzzjoni totali tal-bżonnijiet tiegħek għal standard kif ukoll proġetti speċifiċi. Il-kumpannija kienet stabbilita fl-2003.
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By Enrico Dela JANUARY 7, 202112:31 PMUPDATED * Shanghai stainless steel hits highest in over two months * Stainless steel feedstock nickel crosses $18,000/T on LME * Iron ore jumps on China steel mills’ restocking demand MANILA, Jan 7 (Reuters) – China’s stainless steel futures leap...
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08/01/2021 China’s stainless steel futures extended gains on Thursday, leaping as much as 5%, as higher cost of feedstock nickel and tight supply drove prices higher for the metal used in vehicles and cookware. The most-active March stainless steel contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange rose t...
Steel surgeXinhua 8 November 23, 2020 China’s import of steel hit a new high in September, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said. The country had imported 2.89 million tons of steel in September, with the import price averaging US$689 per ton, data from the MIIT showed. In the first nine...