Aviation kerosene and carbamide were sold for export at the auction

On Monday, August 29, 7 transactions were concluded at the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan for a total of $18.1 million and 416.4 thousand Turkmen manats, the Turkmen news agency ORIENT reports.

Businessmen from Great Britain, the United Arab Emirates and the Virgin Islands purchased a total of 13.4 thousand tons of TS-1 aviation kerosene. The price of fuel increased by 3.9% compared to the previous auction and amounted to $1,227.25 per ton. The total amount of transactions exceeded $16.5 million.

Representatives of Azerbaijan and Afghanistan purchased top-grade carbamide maki B produced at the Marykarbamid plant, the price of which was $434.50 per ton, down 1.8% compared to the last auction. In total, 4,000 tons of products worth $1.7 million will be exported.

In the domestic market, local entrepreneurs purchased 23 tons of high-density polyethylene brand T60-475-119 for 414 thousand TMT and handmade carpets for 2.4 thousand manats.

Source: Nebit-Gaz