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DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Turkish mills book more cargoes from different sources
August 20, 2014 - 16:30 GMT
A number of scrap deals were heard selling into Turkey this week with slightly higher prices, sources said on Wednesday August 20.
A steel producer in Marmara region booked a European cargo,
comprised of 35,000 tonnes of busheling at $395 per tonne
cfr on August 18. However, some sources believed the cargo
breakdown was 17,000 tonnes of car bundles, 5,000 tonnes of
busheling bundles, 6,000 tonnes of new sheet cuttings and 7,000
tonnes of tin can bundles. Another steel producer, in Izmir,
booked a South African cargo, comprised of 23,000 tonnes
of HMS 1&2 (80:20) and 7,000 tonnes of bonus scrap at
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