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Dumping inquiry into Indian and Indonesian steel products

The European Commission (EC) has launched an investigation into the alleged dumping of stainless steel cold-rolled flat products from India…

Call for Indian steel from scrap to be incentivised

Indian recyclers have called on their Government to remove the 2.5% import duty on steel scrap, calling it an uncompetitive…

Indian steel mills at only half capacity

India’s economy, including the country’s scrap recycling sector, continues to be gripped by the coronavirus pandemic, according to experts on…

India ‘biggest headache’ among US scrap exporters

US metal scrap recyclers see the ‘tough’ lockdown in India as the biggest overseas trade issue to emerge during the…

Government orders end of Indian port penalties

The Indian government has ordered major ports on the country to stop levying various charges on businesses whose containers are…

Container costs at Indian ports crippling importers

Indian recyclers are appealing for relief from detention and demurrage charges until May, saying they are a ‘massive burden’ on…

Detained Scottish rigs ‘on route to Indian breakers’

Oil rigs operated by Diamond Offshore have been scrapped at the widely criticised shipbreaking yards in Alang, India. A new…

Global scrap scene gathers in India

Scrap recyclers and traders from all over the world meet in Delhi this weekend for the 7th International Material Recycling…

Indian ship scrapping sector ready for growth

The Indian Parliament has recently passed legislation in line with the Hong Kong Convention to boost national ship recycling efforts. The Ship Recycling Act 2019 is part of the…

India joins the plastics recycling race

India generates around 26 000 tonnes of plastic waste per day, according to the nation’s Central Pollution Control Board. Over…

7th MRAI (India Metal Recycling Conference)