Boeing quarterly aluminum scrap auction sees prices rise about 7%
Dec 22, 2006 | 09:51 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Winning bids for Boeing Co. aluminum scrap to be generated in the first quarter were typically 7 percent higher than in September's auction for fourth-quarter material.
All four lots of "pucks," or briquetted borings, went to Spectro Alloys Corp., Rosemount, Minn. Spectro will pay the Chicago-based aircraft maker 78.635 cents a pound for two of the lots and 77.257 cents a pound for the other two. For the two puck offerings out of Auburn, Wash., the offers were up 7 percent (both....
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