Scrap

  • Vietnam holds opportunity for US exporters Oct 20, 2010

    U.S. ferrous scrap exporters should nurture direct links with steel mills in Vietnam and aim to capture more of the country’s burgeoning scrap demand, according to an expert on the Asian country.

  • Vietnam holds opportunity for US exporters Oct 20, 2010

    U.S. ferrous scrap exporters should nurture direct links with steel mills in Vietnam and aim to capture more of the country’s burgeoning scrap demand, according to an expert on the Asian country.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Vietnam holds opportunity for US ferrous scrap exporters Oct 20, 2010

    U.S. ferrous scrap exporters should nurture direct links with steel mills in Vietnam and aim to capture more of the country’s burgeoning scrap demand, according to an expert on the Asian country.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Vietnam holds opportunity for US ferrous scrap exporters Oct 20, 2010

    U.S. ferrous scrap exporters should nurture direct links with steel mills in Vietnam and aim to capture more of the country’s burgeoning scrap demand, according to an expert on the Asian country.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Consolidation won’t kill small players, execs say Oct 20, 2010

    Consolidation in the scrap industry won’t remove the need for small- to mid-sized scrap operations, which might benefit from strong customer relationships and more flexibility in negotiating prices than their larger rivals, a panel of suppliers said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes conference in Philadelphia.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Consolidation won’t kill small players, execs say Oct 20, 2010

    Consolidation in the scrap industry won’t remove the need for small- to mid-sized scrap operations, which might benefit from strong customer relationships and more flexibility in negotiating prices than their larger rivals, a panel of suppliers said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes conference in Philadelphia.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Export demand, low inflows seen boon for ferrous Oct 20, 2010

    The ferrous scrap markets will strengthen toward the end of the year and into 2011 due to export demand and a possible squeeze on supply if inflows into scrapyards remain low, according to panelists at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Export demand, low inflows seen boon for ferrous Oct 20, 2010

    The ferrous scrap markets will strengthen toward the end of the year and into 2011 due to export demand and a possible squeeze on supply if inflows into scrapyards remain low, according to panelists at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Scrap price volatility could be here to stay, execs say Oct 20, 2010

    Volatile scrap prices could be here to stay, given the expected long-term strength of the Turkish and Chinese export markets, executives said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • AMM SCRAP CONFERENCE Scrap price volatility could be here to stay, execs say Oct 20, 2010

    Volatile scrap prices could be here to stay, given the expected long-term strength of the Turkish and Chinese export markets, executives said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • Higher exports could help offset weak construction industry Oct 19, 2010

    The weaker dollar will spur exports and provide opportunities for U.S. manufacturers amid continued concerns about the health of the domestic construction industry, according to speakers at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference in Philadelphia.

  • Higher exports could help offset weak construction industry Oct 19, 2010

    The weaker dollar will spur exports and provide opportunities for U.S. manufacturers amid continued concerns about the health of the domestic construction industry, according to speakers at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference in Philadelphia.

  • China’s growth rate expected to subside after steady increases Oct 19, 2010

    China will continue its economic growth and increased appetite for steel, but numerous issues on the horizon—including an aging population and decreased need for technology—will cause an inevitable slowing for the Asian nation at some point.

  • China’s growth rate expected to subside after steady increases Oct 19, 2010

    China will continue its economic growth and increased appetite for steel, but numerous issues on the horizon—including an aging population and decreased need for technology—will cause an inevitable slowing for the Asian nation at some point.

  • Secondary ingot makers mull 2011 capacity hikes Oct 19, 2010

    U.S. secondary aluminum producers will consider increasing output if there is a steady recovery in demand from automakers and higher prices.

  • Secondary ingot makers mull 2011 capacity hikes Oct 19, 2010

    U.S. secondary aluminum producers will consider increasing output if there is a steady recovery in demand from automakers and higher prices.

  • Dallas yard can stay put city council Oct 19, 2010

    Dallas scrap processor Okon Metals Inc. and several other small businesses have won a reprieve from the city council, which unanimously approved a proposal that allows the company and several other businesses to remain in the Cedars West area, an industrial district just south of downtown Dallas, contingent on certain improvements.

  • Dallas yard can stay put city council Oct 19, 2010

    Dallas scrap processor Okon Metals Inc. and several other small businesses have won a reprieve from the city council, which unanimously approved a proposal that allows the company and several other businesses to remain in the Cedars West area, an industrial district just south of downtown Dallas, contingent on certain improvements.

  • Don Phillips jumping back into scrap with 3 Ky. yards Oct 19, 2010

    Scrap metal veteran Don Phillips Jr. is back in the game five years after selling his two Kentucky facilities to a unit of David J. Joseph Co. (DJJ) .

  • Don Phillips jumping back into scrap with 3 Ky. yards Oct 19, 2010

    Scrap metal veteran Don Phillips Jr. is back in the game five years after selling his two Kentucky facilities to a unit of David J. Joseph Co. (DJJ) .

  • AMM Scrap Conference China's growth rate expected to subside Oct 19, 2010

    China will continue its economic growth and increased appetite for steel, but numerous issues on the horizon—including an aging population and decreased need for technology—will cause an inevitable slowing for the Asian nation at some point.

  • AMM Scrap Conference China's growth rate expected to subside Oct 19, 2010

    China will continue its economic growth and increased appetite for steel, but numerous issues on the horizon—including an aging population and decreased need for technology—will cause an inevitable slowing for the Asian nation at some point.

  • Dallas yard can stay put city council Oct 19, 2010

    Dallas scrap processor Okon Metals Inc. and several other small businesses have won a reprieve from the city council, which unanimously approved a proposal that allows the company and several other businesses to remain in the Cedars West area, an industrial district just south of downtown Dallas, contingent on certain improvements.

  • Dallas yard can stay put city council Oct 19, 2010

    Dallas scrap processor Okon Metals Inc. and several other small businesses have won a reprieve from the city council, which unanimously approved a proposal that allows the company and several other businesses to remain in the Cedars West area, an industrial district just south of downtown Dallas, contingent on certain improvements.

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