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Introduction

CRU’s new Cost Analysis Tool allows customers to access and analyse the data for more than 3,000 mining, metals and fertilizer assets through new, easy-to-use web-based software.

Users can generate individual asset reports with all key operation data, benchmark assets against each other, filter and build cost curves and switch easily between the following commodities for consistent analysis:

  • Iron ore
  • Metallurgical coal
  • Thermal coal
  • Steel
  • Bauxite
  • Alumina
  • Aluminium
  • Copper
  • Nickel
  • Lead
  • Zinc
  • Phosphate Fertilizers
  • Phosphate Rock

CRU’s Cost Analysis Tool helps market participants across the full value chain, from mining companies and producers to traders, consumers and financial institutions, with their assessment of individual assets, producers, regions and the wider sector.

If you would like to see a demonstration, please get in touch and a CRU representative in your region will contact you shortly.

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Paul Butterworth

Research Manager, Steel Raw Materials and Steel Costs View profile

Alexander Derricott

Senior Analyst - Fertilizer Costs View profile

Lucent Nicholson

Senior Analyst View profile

Kelly Driscoll

Research Manager View profile

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