US exports of titanium scrap decline in June
Sep 09, 2005 | 10:15 AM
| Michael Marley
Offshore demand for titanium scrap weakened slightly in June, although shipments to many of the top importing nations increased.
U.S. exports of titanium scrap totaled 1,812 short tons in June, down 1.9 percent from 1,848 tons the previous month, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Commerce Department.Through the first half of this year, exports of titanium scrap totaled 12,898 tons, down 14.4 percent from 15,063 tons in the same period last year, although the Commerce Department's 2004 figures included 11,493 tons shipped to Japan in February-many times that nation's normal monthly intake. Several industry members have said the total is questionable, but Commerce....
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