China's WEPEC offers around 30,000 tones of naphtha for late May after an absence of nearly four months

China's West Pacific Petrochemical Corp (WEPEC) offered around 28,000 to 30,000 tons of naphtha for late May loading after an absence of nearly four months, as per traders in Reuters. Scheduled for May 24-26 loading from Dalian, it comes at a time of tight suppliers amid strong demand. WEPEC is not a regular spot naphtha exporter as it usually terms up the volumes, mainly Japanese customers.
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