Containerized scrap export tags to India drop
Jan 24, 2013 | 05:10 PM
| Sean Davidson
NEW YORK U.S. containerized ferrous scrap export prices to India are under pressure after Indian mills stepped away from the market following a buying spree a week ago.
Only a handful of Indian mills traded actively last week, and that number plummeted this week as the Indian market continues to search for finished product demand, sources said.
A few sales of containerized shredded scrap were reported this week at $425 per tonne delivered to Mumbais main Nhava Sheva port. Prices are down as much as $10 per tonne from the previous week, with U.S. offers ranging between $425 and $430 per tonne on Jan. 24, according to several market participants. Deliveries to the southeast Indian port of Chennai are trading at a $4- to $5-per-tonne freight premium over levels into Nhava Sheva, sources said.....
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