Turkish ship scrap prices rise in line with deep sea segment

Friday, 20 November 2020 14:32:21 (GMT+3)   |   Istanbul
       

Having remained stable since November 11, Turkey’s ship scrap purchase prices have finally increased following the sharp rises observed in the deep sea scrap segment.

Some steelmakers in Turkey’s Izmir region have increased their quotations by $5/mt today, November 20. As a result, general range has settled at $275-300/mt with Cebitas representing the lower end. Before today’s revisions, prices were in the range of $275-295/mt.

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

Producer

Price ($/mt)

Price change ($/mt)

Ozkan Demir Celik

298

+5

Habaş

295

0

Ege Çelik

298

+5

IDC

300

+5

Cebitas

275

0

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


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