Turkey's thermal coal imports in May fell 14.93% year-on-year
Turkey's latest foreign trade statistics show that in May, Turkey's thermal coal imports fell by the same month-on-month, and imports fell for the second consecutive month. In the same month, Turkey imported a total of 2.0857 million tons of thermal coal, down from 2,451,900 tons in the same period of last year. , 93%, down 5.49% from the 2,206,900 tons in April.
In May, Turkey imported the largest supplier of thermal coal to Colombia, which exported 1.81 million tons of thermal coal to Turkey, down 21.06% year-on-year and 9.97% from the previous month. In the same month, Russia exported 858,800 tons of thermal coal to Turkey, down 1.04% year-on-year. South Africa exported 19,900 tons of thermal coal to Turkey, a drop of 78.6% from the previous month. In May last year, South Africa did not export thermal coal to Turkey. In May, Turkish thermal coal imports were US$163 million, down from the previous month. 29.63% and 14,99%. The average import price was US$78.2/屯, down 17.27% and 10.05% respectively. The second month of Lianhuan fell in May. Turkey's coking coal imports were 704,400 tons, up 44.65% year-on-year. %, nearly doubled from the previous month; imported anthracite was 111,800 tons, down 24.1% year-on-year, and the chain increased by 1.3%. In the month, the total volume of Turkish coal imports was 2.978 million nets, down 6.26% from the 3.17 million tons in the same period of last year. Compared with the 2.252 million tons in April, it increased by 18.07%.