Spectro Alloys big winner of Boeing 'pucks'
Sep 16, 2005 | 10:16 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Quarterly bidding for aluminum scrap from Boeing Co.'s plants near Seattle showed the price for "pucks" rebounding nicely, but other grades barely budged from the June results.All four lots of briquetted borings were awarded to Spectro Alloys Corp., Rosemount, Minn., at 60.8 cents per pound, up 15.5 percent from the 52.62 cents the same smelter paid for two of the four lots in June's bidding. The June results marked a decline from the March range of 59.37 to 60.12 cents per pound.....
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