Bidding on SCRMET: petroleum products were in high demand

Bidding on SCRMET: petroleum products were in high demand

On Tuesday, August 17, 25 deals totaling $20.6 million and 3.9 million Turkmen manats were made at the auctions of the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan, ORIENT correspondent reports.

Businessmen from Turkey and Afghanistan purchased more than 700 tons of straight-run gasoline for $432.8 thousand. The cost of the oil product was estimated at $596.25 per ton, a decrease of 14.6% compared to the previous auction.

The representative of Afghanistan made a deal for the supply of 800 tons of hydrotreated diesel fuel for $831.8 thousand. The price of the goods decreased by 9% and amounted to $1039.75 per ton.

Entrepreneurs from Turkey and Afghanistan also purchased a total of 10 thousand tons of A-95 gasoline. The total amount of the transactions amounted to $8.8 million. The price of fuel decreased by 6% and amounted to $880.25 per ton.

Businesses from Switzerland, the UAE, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan purchased 9.6 thousand tons of TS-1 aviation kerosene at auction for a total of $10.6 million. The cost of the oil product was estimated at $1107.50 per ton, which is 6.7% cheaper compared to earlier auctions.

In the domestic market, a local entrepreneur purchased high-density polyethylene of the T60-475-119 brand for a total amount of 3.9 million TMT.

Information about the goods put up for auction can be found on the website of the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan at this link.

Trades in the agriculture, industry and communications sections, as well as the shopping complex, begin from Mon.-Fri. 16:00, Sat. 11:30. Stock trades in the oil and gas sector are held from Mon.-Fri. 16:30, Sat. 12:00.

At the same time on the website tmex.gov.tm you can get acquainted with the continuation of the sale of exchange-traded goods directly from manufacturers by contacting through the functionality of the platform. It is also possible to publish an announcement on the sale of exchange-traded goods.

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