Some Turkish mills increase their ship scrap purchase prices

Wednesday, 09 October 2019 15:13:47 (GMT+3)   |   Istanbul
       

Some of the Izmir region-based Turkish steel producers have slightly raised their ship scrap purchase prices today, October 9, increasing them by $2/mt. As a result, currently the raw material can be sold to the mills within the narrow range of $234-235/mt. Some further upward revisions might be undertaken by the producers, given the increase in import scrap prices in the latest ex-US deal, SteelOrbis understands.

In Turkey's Aliaga region the ship scrap purchase prices of local steelmakers are as follows:

Producer

Price ($/mt)

Weekly change ($/mt)

Özkan

235

0

Habaş

235

0

Ege Çelik

234

+2

İDÇ

235

0

Çebitaş

235

+2

All the above prices are for delivery to mill by truck.

 


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