Notable rebar, wire rod, pipe and plate shipments into the US, Sept. 20-26

Thursday, 04 October 2012 02:04:21 (GMT+3)   |  
       

According to www.Zepol.com:

Rebar:

  • 6,226 metric tons of rebar arrived in Port Everglades, Florida on September 23 from Black Sea and Sea of Marmara ports, Turkey.
Wire rod:
  • 1,397 metric tons of wire rod arrived into the Port of Gramercy, Louisiana on September 21 from the Port of Richard's Bay, South Africa.
Pipe:
  • Four shipments totaling 2,289 metric tons of ERW OCTG casing pipe arrived into the Port of Houston, Texas on September 21 from Black Sea and Sea of Marmara ports, Turkey.
  • Nine shipments totaling 6,017 metric tons of OCTG casing pipe arrived into the Port of Houston, Texas on September 21 from Saudi Arabian ports.
  • Nine shipments totaling 1,195 metric tons of line pipe arrived into the Port of Houston, Texas on September 21 from Saudi Arabian ports.
Plate:
  • Three shipments totaling 2,136 metric tons of hot rolled steel plate arrived into the Port of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 20 from ports south of Recife, Brazil.
Additional details about the aforementioned shipments, including originating mill information and consignee and notify names, are available at www.Zepol.com.

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