DAILY STEEL SCRAP: Turkish mills extend silence in deep-sea market

The Turkish deep-sea scrap import market remained quiet on Thursday August 13, with mills preferring to wait for some movement in the domestic and export finished long steel sectors, sources told Fastmarkets.

Steel mills in the country have booked a number of cargoes in recent weeks, with the latest transactions for HMS 1&2 (80:20) from the US and Baltic Sea done at $285 per tonne cfr. There were still deep-sea cargoes available for the end of September and for October shipments, but the mills were...


Cem Turken

August 13, 2020

16:39 GMT