Antwerp eyes record 4th-qtr. Asia coil imports
Dec 08, 2006 | 10:40 AM
| Mark Beveridge
The Belgian port of Antwerp is expected to handle record steel coil imports from China and India in the final three months of this year.
The two countries sent more than 160,000 tonnes of coil to Europe's largest steel-handling port in October. November figures also were strong, said Joeri Tielemans, Antwerp Port Authority's commercial adviser, and a fairly large number of steel....
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