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North China delivered iron ore cost comparison Q1 2014

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07 April 2014

North China delivered iron ore cost comparison Q1 2014

Report summary

Our Q4 2013 total cost and freight (CFR) costs to Tianjin range from US$36/tonne to over US$136/tonne (adjusted to a 62% Fe equivalent, dry tonne basis). Maintaining the status quo of 2012, exporters from Australia and Brazil dominate the bottom half of the cost curve in Q4 2013. On a straight shipped tonnes basis, Australia and Brazil have a similar average delivered cost of US$48/tonne.  This average has increased by US$6/tonne from 2012.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
    • Delivered iron ore cash costs, CFR North China 2014 US$/wmt
  • Adjusted to 62% Fe - dry tonne basis, seaborne dataset
  • Adjusted to 62% Fe - dry tonne basis, China dataset

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • North China delivered iron ore cost comparison Q1 2014: Image 2
  • North China delivered iron ore cost comparison Q1 2014: Table 1
  • China 2014 US$/dmt 62% Fe equivalent total cash cost curve - by company type
  • North China delivered iron ore cost comparison Q1 2014: Image 1

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