Taiwanese hms 1 2 80 20 containerized scrap import prices drop slightly to $354 a ton _ taiwan _ scrap register news

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Taiwanese HMS 1/2 80:20 containerized scrap import prices (CFR Taiwan Port) dropped slightly by 0.3% week-on-week at $353 a ton in the week ended May 2nd this year, as per the latest figures released …

Taiwanese HMS 1/2 80:20 containerized scrap import prices (CFR Taiwan Port) dropped slightly by 0.3% week-on-week at $353 a ton in the week ended May 2nd this year, as per the latest figures released by the The Steel Index.

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  • 1. 9 5 2014 Taiwanese HMS 1/2 80:20 containerized scrap import prices drop slightlyto $354 a ton | Taiwan | SCRAP REGISTER NEWS http://www.scrapregister.com/news/3759/taiwanese-hms-12-8020-containerized-scrap-import-prices-drop-slightly-to-354-a-ton 1/1 0 TAIWAN May 07 2014 10:12 AM Taiwanese HMS 1/2 80:20 containerized scrap import prices drop slightly to $354 a ton TAIPEI (Scrap Register): Taiwanese HMS 1/2 80:20 containerized scrap import prices (CFR Taiwan Port) dropped slightly by 0.3% week-on- week at $353 a ton in the week ended May 2nd this year, as per the latest figures released by the The Steel Index. According to TSI, scrap index for containerised Taiwanese imports of HMS # 1&2 80:20 fell by $1 a tonne last week as the looming restrictions on electricity consumption appeared to put mills off buying scrap in the same quantities seen recent weeks. With most mills traditionally running only 2 shifts instead of the usual 3 over the summer months, appetite for scrap has naturally dropped. Domestic demand for long products also remains weak, further dampening scrap demand. 0Like Share