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300 series stainless steel growth benefits recyclers

The growing share of the global stainless steel market claimed by the 300 series grade over the coming decade will…

Scrap export ban under Green Deal questioned by EuRIC

Recyclers in Europe are concerned that the Commission’s proposed European Green Deal fails to recognise or value the export of…

Commodity prices offer some comfort amid the global crisis

A ‘brutal’ year in the most severe economic crisis since the 1930s set the scene for a keynote session during…

Beware the hangers-on, says BIR head

The dangers of doing deals with unregistered traders, particularly on the fringes of association conferences, have been set out by…

Illegal exports of e-scrap continue to dog Dell

Technology giant Dell Technologies blames ‘human error’ after again being accused of allowing recycled end-of-life products to be exported illegally…

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…

Regulators give final nod to Novelis over Aleris

Aluminium giant Novelis has completed the sale of a plant in Belgium to comply with the demands of EU and…

Icelandic operator acknowledges fault over illegal shipbreaking

A leading transportation company from Iceland has apologised for failing to prevent two vessels it sold from being broken up…

No escape for recyclers from measures to halt pandemic

The global recycling market continues to be beset by the necessary measures taken worldwide to contain Covid-19, which include widespread…

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…

Warming economies encourage trade in ferrous metals

Prices rise and furnaces are re-lit as global markets rebuild. The recovery in headline cfr prices for shipments of HMS…