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Global trade crisis could sink shipping giant

Global – South Korea’s largest shipping group Hanjin is set to enter receivership because its creditors are refusing to provide…

AWRE recycling trade show to host 120-plus brands

Australia – The final countdown has begun to the Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE), to be held in Sydney…

Brexit vote: BIR concerned about impact on trade

Europe – The BIR world recycling organisation has expressed its concern at the UK’€™s vote in favour of leaving the…

World Trade Week: US recyclers laud benefits of scrap exports

United States – The US Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has used the platform provided by World Trade Week…

VDM: abolition of Euro 500 bill ‘criminalises’ metals trade

Germany – The German association of metal traders VDM has voiced its opposition to European Central Bank (ECB) plans to…

ISRI: US government should protect steel scrap trade

United States – The US Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has called on the US government to tighten trade…

ISRI: Action needed to safeguard US ferrous scrap trade

United States – The US Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has called for ‘€˜vigorous enforcement’€™ of trade laws and…

Trade slows at disaster-hit Chinese port

Asia – More than one hundred ships are waiting outside the Chinese port of Tianjin to load or discharge cargo…

Drone keeps eye on Recycling Aktiv trade show

Germany – Exhibitors and visitors at last week’s Recycling Aktiv trade show encountered something they had probably never seen before…

Margin worries for stainless steel scrap traders

Global – Against a backdrop of scant availability, there has been an increase in stainless steel scrap prices over recent…

Stainless scrap traders’ hopes go unfulfilled

Global – The early days of 2015 have brought disappointment for stainless steel scrap traders who had been banking on…