Scrap News

  • Aluminium Scrap is on a Free Fall

    by georgy - June 03, 2016 2486 Views

    The Midwest aluminum premium has dropped following nearly a month of stability, with some market participants telling that concerns about foreign metal hitting U.S. shores this summer may be one Read more

    Posted in : Aluminium
  • Brass & Copper in Competitive Mood

    by georgy - June 03, 2016 2172 Views

    Lingering supply concerns have kept most copper and brass scrap prices insulated from terminal market weakness, although a production disruption at one brass mill could change that by freeing up Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Ferrous Export Market In A Stand Still!

    by georgy - May 25, 2016 3625 Views

    All eyes are fixed on the ferrous scrap export market, with the market players fully aware that the next sale will determine where prices are heading for the near term. The latest news is that, Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • It is Steel Eclipse!

    by georgy - May 23, 2016 2044 Views

    The steel prices, especially U.S flat rolled are shooting up very briskly not seen since 2008, according to industry sources. I should say it is a STEEL ECLIPSE! Fasten your seat belt lest you Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Ferrous Scrap on the Gaining Front

    by georgy - May 23, 2016 1986 Views

    It was a third consecutive gain in May for the Midwest ferrous scrap as steady demand from flat-rolled producers worked to lift prices once again. Most steelmakers throughout the Midwest readily Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Steel Plate scrap is Shifting to a Higher Plane

    by georgy - May 09, 2016 2281 Views

    The steel plate scrap market is shifting to a higher plane, market sources said, thanks to mill increases, expected gains in scrap prices and a landmark trade case that would squeeze off shore Read more

    Posted in : Metal

    by georgy - April 29, 2016 2984 Views

    An unbelievable hike in export prices of ferrous scrap rocked the market this week, leaving many market players reeling in its wake just ahead of May. A single bulk cargo sale off the Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Momentum For Ferrous Scrap

    by georgy - April 23, 2016 2167 Views

    The “WIND” of supply and demand factor finally began to blow in favour of scrap sellers from early March, as prices gained $12 per ton or more, depending on the grade. The Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • The Growth of the PET Plastic Industry

    by georgy - April 20, 2016 2765 Views

    The past 2-3 years portrayed a volatile Indian economy but, the current political scenario assures good times. With a strong government at the centre, there are no confusions about economic Read more

    Posted in : Plastic
  • U.S Manufacturers Creating Barrier Against China’s “Market Economy Status”

    by georgy - April 09, 2016 1412 Views

    Leading U.S. trade associations has formed a group in Virginia, U.S.A very recently & announced the formation of a new coalition by the name Manufacturers for Trade Enforcement (MTE), to thwart Read more

    Posted in : Aluminium
  • Local leaders in New York Voiced Concerns for Electronic Waste Recycling

    by georgy - April 09, 2016 2196 Views

    A New York state legislature hearing in Albany very recently featured comments from several municipal officials who voiced that the 2010 “e-waste” law requires manufacturers to Read more

    Posted in : Electronics
  • Non-Ferrous Scrap: The Pros & Cons in 2016

    by georgy - April 06, 2016 3710 Views

    During the course of 2015, the prices of Copper, Aluminum and Nickel were on a downward trend in London Metal Exchange (LME), with the price of Nickel dropping most significantly, having Read more

    Posted in : Metal
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