Birmingham ferrous scrap mart shows strength
Apr 04, 2012 | 05:32 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH The ferrous scrap market in the Birmingham, Ala., area is showing resilience, with recyclers for the most part managing to avoid giving up ground on prices in April.
While there were a couple of reports of slightly lower tags for cut grades, obsolete gradesincluding plate and structural scrap, No. 1 heavy melt and shredded scrapheld relatively steady due to tight supply stemming from weak intake at shredders, which are paying less to the public.....
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