Turkey exhausts some of its EU steel import quotas

Wednesday, 17 January 2024 14:56:03 (GMT+3)   |   Istanbul
       

In the new EU quota period from January 1 to March 31, some of the import quotas for certain steel products allocated for Turkey, China and India have already been exhausted, while over 70 percent of quotas for some steel products have been used up, according to the European Commission’s latest data.

Looking at the quotas allocated for Turkey, the country has exhausted its 1,536 mt quota for railway material and its 14,743 mt quota for large welded tubes (25B), while it has used up 89.98 percent of its 97,140 mt hollow sections quota.

The quotas of 126,604 mt for metallic coated sheets (4B) and 6,910 mt for sheet piling allocated to China have been exhausted, while 74.22 percent of China’s 7,971 mt quota for other welded pipes has been used up.

In addition, India has exhausted its 31,333 mt quota for stainless bars and light sections, while it has used up 74.97 percent of its 77,601 mt quota for organic coated sheets. Meanwhile, 96.15 percent of the 8,519 mt quota for electrical sheets (3B) allocated for “other countries” has been used up.


Similar articles

EU import quotas of HRC for some countries exhausted

21 Jun | Steel News

EU's HRC import quota for other countries exhausted

03 Apr | Steel News

Some EU flat steel import quotas about to be exhausted near end of period

26 Mar | Steel News

EU extends AD duties on corrosion-resistant steel from China

20 Mar | Steel News

Goldman Sachs: EU’s CBAM could significantly hit China’s steel exports

19 Feb | Steel News

EC initiates review of steel import quotas

09 Feb | Steel News

German steel regions call for extension of EU safeguard quotas

06 Feb | Steel News

Assofermet in Brussels and Rome in dialogue with European and Italian and institutions

31 Jan | Steel News

EU imposes definitive AD duties on bulb flat imports from Turkey and China

15 Jan | Steel News

EU’s HRC and wire rod import quotas allocated for other countries exhausted in new period

03 Jan | Steel News