Indian local secondary billet prices rise by $20 per tonne in a week on high feedstock prices

Indian domestic secondary billet prices rose by 1,400 rupees ($20) per tonne in the week ending December 20 on the rising cost of directly reduced iron (DRI), the main raw material used by Indian secondary billet makers.

The price of steel billet domestic, ex-works India was assessed by Fastmarkets on December 20 increased by 1,400 rupees per tonne to 27,400-27,600 rupees per tonne compared with last week’s assessment of 26,000-26,200 rupees per tonne ex-works.
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Published

Suresh Nair

December 20, 2019

18:47 GMT

Mumbai