Zorba prices dip; higher grades being sought
Jun 12, 2013 | 03:16 PM
| Nathan Laliberte
NEW YORK Export prices for shredded aluminum scrap, or zorba, have weakened over the past month as exporters have attempted to elevate metallic minimums to meet Chinas stepped-up standards for solid waste imports (amm.com, May 16).
Picked-up prices for 90-percent metallic units with 3-percent red metal hovered around 72 to 73 cents per pound, down 1 to 2 cents from a month earlier, exporters said.....
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