Imported coal quota at Dalian customs capped at 12mln t, down 25% year on year

Authorities from Dalian Customs have announced the import quota across the five ports under its jurisdiction for the 2019 calendar year at no more than 12 million tonnes, down from 16 million tonnes in 2018, sources told Fastmarkets on Thursday February 21.

Port of Dalian: 950,000 tonnes Port of Bayuquan: 6.5 million tonnes Port of Panjin: 750,000 tonnes Port of Dandong: 3 million tonnes Port of Beiliang 550,000 tonnes The quota includes both thermal and metallurgical coal from Australia, Russia and Indonesia, end-users in Northeast China said. “The Dalian Customs did not ban Australia-origin...

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Sophie Zhao

February 21, 2019

11:20 GMT

Shanghai