Scrap & Raw Materials

SteelOrbis provides the latest scrap & raw materials prices and price trends via the scrap & raw materials price reports and market analyses listed below. These scrap & raw materials price reports are derived from actual scrap & raw materials market transactions and they can also be viewed on a weekly basis by using the archive drop-down tool below.

 
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Tokyo Steel raises domestic scrap prices after four-month decline

S. Korea impacted by floods with logistics disrupted, buyers not support emerged rebounding trend in import scrap

Japan’s Kanto scrap tender closes with $13/mt drop, but above recent dock prices so outlook good

Tokyo Steel continues to cut local scrap purchase prices

Another drop by Tokyo Steel for local scrap prices

Tokyo Steel continues to cut local scrap prices

Tokyo Steel cuts local scrap prices further amid low demand conditions

Ex-Japan scrap attracts more demand in Asia, Kanto tender closed with $77/mt drop

Tokyo Steel cuts local scrap prices further, still room for further drop

Tokyo Steel reduces local scrap prices, except in Utsunomiya

Tokyo Steel reduces local scrap purchase prices at all its plants

Tokyo Steel cuts local scrap prices at Tahara and Nagoya

S. Korean mills refrain from scrap imports, disrupting Japanese market

Tokyo Steel reduces domestic scrap prices, except at Tahara and Nagoya

Tokyo Steel continues to cut its scrap procurement prices

Tokyo Steel cuts scrap procurement prices again at Utsunomiya

Global View on Scrap: Turkish and Asian import scrap markets continue their downtrends

S. Korea shows little interest in scrap imports, ex-Japan prices too high

Third downward price revision from Tokyo Steel this week

Tokyo Steel cuts its scrap procurement prices again for Utsunomiya

Tokyo Steel continues to lower its local scrap purchase prices

Ex-Japan scrap prices fall amid aggressive competition, deals occasional

Scrap prices in China decline, import deals remain occasional

Tokyo Steel announces another scrap price cut for Utsunomiya plant

Ex-Japan Kanto Cheorwon scrap tender closed with significantly price drop

Tokyo Steel cuts its scrap purchase prices in two consecutive steps

Tokyo Steel adds scrap yard to its portfolio as it expands output at Tahara

S. Korean mills satisfied with local scrap flow, monitoring Japanese prices

Tokyo Steel cuts scrap prices again, still room for further drop

S. Korea’s POSCO also cuts ex-Japan scrap bids, higher than Hyundai Steel

Tokyo Steel cuts scrap prices for seventh time in May, ex-Japan prices down also

Tokyo Steel cuts local scrap prices third time this week, ex-Japan prices follow

Tokyo Steel continues to cut local scrap prices, ex-Japan prices also down

Tokyo Steel reduces its local scrap prices as anticipated

Tokyo Steel cuts local scrap prices for second time this week, ex-Japan prices down

Ex-Japan Kanto scrap tender fails to close in May as bids nosedive

Tokyo Steel drops local scrap prices again, by larger margin

Tokyo Steel announces first scrap price cut since January 12

Tokyo Steel keeps scrap purchase prices stable, except for Utsunomiya

Ex-Japan Kanto scrap tender closed with price rise only on yen basis

Tokyo Steel announces seventh price hike since Mar 9, fails to offset weaker yen

Tokyo Steel announces another increase in scrap prices

Further hike in Tokyo Steel’s scrap prices cannot offset sharp fall of yen

S. Korea’s Hyundai Steel raises its bids for Japanese scrap

Tokyo Steel hikes its local scrap purchase prices further

Tokyo Steel hikes local scrap purchase prices third time in March

Tokyo Steel hikes its local scrap purchase prices again

S. Korea’s Hyundai hikes bids for Japanese scrap by up to $60/mt following presidential election

Ex-Japan Kanto scrap tender closed at significantly higher price

Tokyo Steel hikes local scrap purchase prices by $26/mt


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