China to receive three more Japanese scrap cargoes by early March

Three more Japanese scrap cargoes will land in China by early March, the China Iron & Steel Association (Cisa) said on Friday January 29.

A 2,800-tonne parcel bought by Zhejiang Judong will load soon from Japan and land in early-February. The parcel was sold by Japan’s Pinghe Trading.

A 3,000-tonne parcel sold by Japanese trader Hanwa to eastern China steel mill Shagang will load in mid-to-late February and land...

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Paul Lim

January 29, 2021

11:53 GMT

Singapore