China’s biggest chromium producer halted due to strike, prices pushed up

Sing Horn Group, China's biggest chromium producer, stopped producing chromium at the beginning of June because of a strike, which pushed domestic chromium prices up by about 20,000 yuan per tonne.

“Chromium (minimum 99%) offer prices were 20,000 yuan per tonne higher than three weeks before. At the moment, Jinzhou Ferroalloy Plant has set its chromium offer price at 72,000 yuan...


Ellie Wang

July 14, 2015

14:10 GMT