DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Prices strengthen on limited supply, higher collection costs

Turkish deep-sea scrap import prices continued to rise because of tight supply and increasing collection costs due to the heavy winter conditions, sources said on Friday January 25.

A number of market participants were talking about a US deal to Turkey. The details of the transaction were not clear at the time of publication, but some sources believed that the cargo was sold at $295-298 per tonne cfr for HMS...

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Cem Turken

January 25, 2019

16:30 GMT

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