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  • STAINLESS STEEL OUTPUT increase due to upward trends in LME Nickel price

    by rimsupport - March 05, 2010 6828 Views

    The Nickel based stainless steel export prices are expected to be raised in April by the second quarter of 2010 from the low level in 2009.  Korea and Taiwan  are paying close attention to Read more

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  • Copper Prices Shoot Higher With The Shock Of Chile Earth Quake

    by rimsupport - March 04, 2010 4159 Views

    The price of Copper has hiked to the highest level over the past five weeks. Added to that, on Sunday after the huge earthquake on central Chile “The world's biggest and fourth largest copper miner” Read more

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  • Sharp growth of Metal price

    by rimsupport - March 04, 2010 3884 Views

    Metal prices hiked up on the nonferrous metal market on Wednesday due to the continuous industrial demand. This price change was following the positive trend in London Metal Exchange ( LME). Based on Read more

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  • The Problem of Recycling and Scrap Steel Industry Owing to Financial Downturn

    by ritsu - February 04, 2010 7218 Views

    The recent years have seen an economic downturn, which is worse than the Great Depression and is affecting most of the industries. Not many are aware that the economic problem is directly related to Read more

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  • UK Government Takes Up Recycling Initiative

    by ritsu - February 04, 2010 5480 Views

    UK Government Takes Up Recycling InitiativeGlobal warming is an issue of concern for population across the globe. Most of the countries are taking initiative to combat this problem and UK is not an Read more

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  • Mega Recycling Project of Arubis

    by ritsu - February 04, 2010 5206 Views

    Mega Recycling Project of ArubisArubis, AG is one of the largest copper refiners in the European continent. But most people know Arubis better for the recycling project of computers that is carried Read more

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  • Recycling Movement in Alabama University Campus

    by ritsu - February 04, 2010 4731 Views

    According to geographical details, the Mount Cheaha is the highest point in Alabama and it stands over 2.400 feet. But a recent study has shown the growth of several small mountains in the region. Read more

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  • Alang turning into Glory with Ship Breaking

    by Noah - December 16, 2009 10494 Views

      Alang is turning into paradise in Ship breaking. It is one of the world’s most renowned Ship breaking yards. It’s becoming cleaner and competitive with the neighboring Bangladesh. Ship Read more

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  • Eradicate the Radiating Waste

    by Noah - December 16, 2009 5232 Views

    Interpol- the World's Police force has jumped to eradicate the hazardous waste along with other environmental protection organizations. The International Police has planned to adopt an Read more

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  • Ship Breaking And Recession

    by linda - July 14, 2009 8786 Views

    It is the typical tale of how one finds profits inthe loss of others. As the epidemic of recession has sent the ships to the graveyards, the scrapping industry in the South Asia has experienceda Read more

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  • Hedging

    by cartmer - June 22, 2009 8071 Views

    Ignoring storage, insurance and finance costs AUD 1,000 invested in the following metals on 1st July 2008, on 11th June 2009 would be worth:Aluminium – AUD 627.68Copper – AUD 709.87Lead – AUD Read more

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  • The Autoworkers are in a better condition than the steel workers of the Bush era

    by ritsu - May 27, 2009 4781 Views

    No other industry is as close to the politics of the United States as the auto and steel industries. At the moment however, the auto industry is at the center of attraction, thanks to the strong Read more

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