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To protect both Iron Road Limited and its suppliers, the company's purchasing policy requires that a purchase order must be issued to a supplier before any commitment to purchase goods or services is approved and before a supplier commences any work.

If you have been asked to provide goods or services to Iron Road Limited and have not received a purchase order for those goods or services, please request a purchase order before commencing any work.

When Iron Road Limited issues a purchase order to a supplier, it will state on the purchase order whether the purchase order has been issued under the terms and conditions of a contract between the supplier and Iron Road Limited, or is subject to Iron Road Limited standard Purchasing Terms and Conditions.

Iron Road Limited Standard Purchasing Terms and Conditions

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To facilitate payment, suppliers must quote the relevant purchase order or contract number on all invoices. Payment may be delayed for invoices that do not reference a purchase order or contract number, or reference an incorrect or invalid purchase order or contract number.

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GPO Box 1164 Adelaide SA 5001

The company's standard payment terms for suppliers are 30 days from receipt of invoice.

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Sustained Policy Moves By Chinese Government Accelerating Steel Industry Transition To Higher Quality Raw Materials

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Second Round of CEIP Debt Financing Discussions being held in Beijing this week

There is growing support for our CEIP project to supply high-quality, lower-emission ore to Chinese steel mills facing stricter environmental rules as the attached article in today’s China Daily suggests:

With reports that China plans to invest 2.5 trillion yuan ($365 billion) in renewable energy through 2020 to reduce greenhouse gases and is seeking to curb emissions by iron and steel producers, there is clearly a need for the CEIP’s product.

Mills are being compelled to upgrade their plants or cease operations if they fall short of standards, according to Bloomberg Intelligence.
Managing Director Andrew Stocks said that the policy moves in China support the CEIP’S high grade iron road product and the Company will be meeting with financiers in Shanghai and Beijing over the coming months.

“The consistent high quality nature of our product will deliver significant and compelling advantages as we seek to meet the growing high end supply gap in the iron ore market.

I very much look forward to building a Project that will become a trusted and reliable supplier of premium iron concentrates to the Asian marketplace.”

Read the full China Daily story here



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