Boeing aluminum puck offers slip to 5.2M lbs. for 1st qtr.
Nov 26, 2007 | 11:27 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Boeing Co.'s quarterly auction of forthcoming scrap aluminum will include a projected 5.2 million pounds of briquetted borings.
The projected quantity for the first three months of 2008 is down from the advance estimate of 6 million pounds for the current quarter and is 200,000 pounds below the same period a year earlier. The 5.2 million pounds of briquetted borings, often referred to as pucks,....
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