Sublime China Information Co., Ltd. (abbr. as SCI) – the one to trust for the Chinese commodity market, is the leading intelligence provider for the Chinese commodity market. It was established back in 2004.
Over the past years, taking “neutrality, profession, concentration” as core values, SCI provides market information, consulting, as well as events and exhibition services for energy, chemical, metal and agriculture industry. Up to now, SCI covers 673 commodity markets. Every working day, SCI collects numerous data and information from over 50,000 sites around the world. SCI delivers trusted price information, real-time news, fundamental data, analytics and consulting for our clients. Currently, SCI has over 1,500 employees, including over 800 analysts, researchers and consultants.
Insisting on an independent position, SCI has won the trust of industry organizations, government agencies, financial institutions and media companies. So far, SCI has provided products and services for 1,300,000 clients in over 30 countries. 287 of the Fortune Global 500 are clients of SCI.
The Department of Price of National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) takes SCI as the national direct reporting site for commodity prices monitoring. SCI and National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) jointly issue the market price changes of crucial production means in the field of circulation. China’s top three futures exchanges and financial institutions benefit from SCI offerings.
Over 500 media take SCI as the regular information source, including Xinhua News Agency, CCTV, China Business Network, China Daily and Reuters. Bloomberg has signed the agreement with SCI and published part of SCI’s Chinese oil market information to global clients via Bloomberg terminal.
As a representative data-driven enterprise, SCI takes “developing commodity benchmark prices and serving the global market” as the mission. Confronting the opportunities and challenges of marketization in China, SCI is committed to delivering greater transparency and efficiency to commodity markets by engaging market participants, industry organizations and regulators.