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"Indian fertilizer importer and producer Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers (RCF) has made an award to trader Transfert under its 4 August sulphur tender, sources said on Friday. The tender was for 9,000 tonnes of sulphur for shipment to Mumbai by the end of August. Transfert won the tender after submitting the lowest offer at $135/tonne (€105/tonne) CFR (cost and freight) for 10,000 tonnes of granular sulphur from Iran. The other offer was by trader Swiss Singapore at $147.50/tonne CFR." (Chemical News & Intelligence, "India's RCF awards sulphur tender to Transfert," 8/13/10)
"Indian Potash Ltd has issued awards totalling 350,000-355,000 tonnes under its latest urea purchase tender, market sources said on Tuesday. Indian Potash closed a tender on 25 June for an unspecified quantity of urea. According to traders, the company made the following awards: * 125,000 tonnes to Swiss Singapore at $254.45-255.45/tonne (€206.11-206.92/tonne) CFR (cost and freight) * 200,000 tonnes to Emmsons at $254.50/tonne CFR * 25,000-30,000 tonnes to Rare Earth at $258.37/tonne CFR. The bulk of the urea will be supplied from Iran, sources said. Freight from the Arabian Gulf to India's west coast is estimated at slightly below $20/tonne, suggesting a netback in the mid-$230s/tonne FOB (free on board) Iran." (Chemical News & Intelligence, "Indian Potash issues awards to traders under urea tender," 6/29/10)
"Iranian sulphur prices have increased $40/tonne (€25/tonne) and hit a new record high following an award under National Iranian Gas Co.'s 22 April sales tender, trader sources said on Thursday. NIGC sold 30,000 tonnes of granular sulphur at around €445/tonne FOB (free on board), equivalent to around $706/tonne FOB. The buyer was undisclosed, but is believed to be either Swiss Singapore or Havi, and the cargo will be shipped from the Gulf port of Assaluyeh in the first half of May to an as yet unknown destination." (Chemical News & Intelligence, "Iranian sulphur sold at record at $706/t," 4/24/08)
"Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT) a major Indian government enterprise, has received two offers under the buy tender for 45,000-54,000 tonnes of sulphur, fertilizer trader sources said on Monday.
Fertilizer trader company Transfert offered two cargoes at $224/tonne FOB (free on board) or $242/tonne CFR (cost and freight) with 180s days' credit. The trader indicated product origin would be Kuwait, Iran or from the United Arab Emirates. Rival fertilizer trader Swiss Singapore offered all three cargoes at $220.70/tonne FOB or $238.80/tonne CFR with 180 days' credit. Product origin was either Middle East or Iran, at the seller's option." (Chemical News & Intelligence, "Offers received against Indian sulphur tender," 8/20/07)
"Iranian sulphur prices have hit a new high following the sale of a cargo at around $110/tonne ((€O)81/tonne) FOB (free on board), market sources said on Thursday. National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) sold 30,000 tonnes of granular sulphur to trader Transfert for June shipment from Assaluyeh. The destination is currently open, but the cargo is likely to be shipped to China, sources said. This followed a sale of 20,000-25,000 tonnes by Kharg Island Petrochemical Co at around $107/tonne FOB last week to a trader, thought to be Swiss Singapore, for shipment to China." (Chemical News & Intelligence, "Iran sulphur rises to $110/tonne," 5/17/07)
"Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT) has awarded its 25 September sulphur tender to Swiss Singapore at the offered price of $68.70/tonne cost and freight (CFR) cash, an official at the Indian fertiliser manufacturer said on Wednesday. The offer was around $1/tonne lower than the price at which FACT
awarded its last tender, held on 18 July. FACT received three offers for its tender for three 15,000 tonne
cargoes of sulphur for delivery to its plants in Cochin, India on 17-20 October, 9-12 November and 22-25 November. The lowest offer came from Swiss Singapore, which intended to ship the sulphur from the Middle East or Iran." (Chemical News & Intelligence, "Swiss Singapore wins FACT India sulphur tender," 9/27/06)