DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Turkish mills resume deep-sea bookings with five-cargo haul

Turkish scrap traders finally broke their one-month silence and booked five deep-sea cargoes on Wednesday-Thursday June 8-9, Steel First has been told.

A steel mill in Northern Turkey booked a Baltic Sea cargo, comprising 6,000 tonnes of HMS 1&2 (80:20), 16,000 tonnes of shredded, 2,000 tonnes of bonus and 2,000 tonnes of busheling at an average price of $245 per tonne cfr, on June 9. The cargo was scheduled to be shipped by the first half of July. Another steel producer in Iskenderun...


Cem Turken

June 09, 2016

16:11 GMT