Ukraine: the new scrap balance violates the law

The Ministry of economical development and trade has approved of the 2016 ferrous scrap balance with legislation violations, Metallurgprom and Federation of Ukrainian Metallurgists believe.

Ukraine: Metallurgprom asking government to limit scrap exports

Metallurgprom has asked the Prime-Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk and the Ministry of economical development and trade to help in limiting ferrous scrap exports as the local market suffers from its shortage.

Ukraine: government still ignoring metallurgist problems

The ministry of economical development and trade wants to keep high scrap export levels despite the catastrophic shortages on the local market.

Ukraine: Economy Ministry to make a list of scrap equipment

The Ministry of economical development and trade plans to create a list of equipment needed to conduct operations with metal scrap.

Ukraine: UAH devaluation to affect scrap procurement

The state enterprise Ukrpromvneshexpertisa believes the UAH devaluation will have a negative effect on the local ferrous metals procurement.

Ukraine: scrap stopped at occupied territory border

The State Security Service has stopped a railroad car with scrap metal heading to the occupied territory via Konstaninovka station.

Ukraine: Ukrzaliznytsia to export scrap

Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian railways) plans to export scrap metal and asks the Ministry of infrastructure to help.

Ukraine: scrap balance still undecided

The Ministry of economic development and trade wasn’t able to come to terms with metal companies as to scrap procurement and export in 2016.

Ukraine: metal makers asking to increase scrap export duty

Metallurgprom and Federation of Metallurgists of Ukraine have addressed the deputies to support the decrees on increasing ferrous scrap export duty from 10 euro per ton to 35 euro for 3 years and cancel the 5% import duty.

Ukraine: metal makers in desperate need of scrap

In January scrap deficiency for local consumption totaled 105 thousand tons, or 40% of the volume needed (267 thousand tons).

Ukraine: law-enforcers meet scrap procurers and sellers

In Severodonetsk law-enforcers met with entrepreneurs who procure and sell ferrous and non-ferrous metals scrap.

Ukraine: rolled scrap exports down in 2015

In 2015 Ukraine exported 17.1 million tons of scrap metal, down by 15%, or by 3.1 million tons YoY.

Ukraine: scrap procurement to break another anti-record in 2016

In 2015 ferrous scrap procurement in Ukraine fell to 4.3 million tons, down by 1 million tons, or by 19% YoY.

Ukraine: Verkhovnaya Rada to decrease scrap deficiency

Verkhovnaya Rada will review the decree of changes into some Ukrainian laws as to the decrease of ferrous scrap deficiency on the local market in order to meet defense industry demands and restore infrastructure.

Ukraine: scrap price to fall in 2016

Ukrpromvneshexpertisa believes ferrous metals scrap prices on the local market will fall by 18.26% YoY, or by 670 UAH, to 3 thousand UAH per ton.

Ukraine: scrap supplies to metal companies down in 2015

In 2015 ferrous metals scarp supplies to metal companies decreased by 25%, to 3.1 million tons.

Ukraine: metal makers asking for 50 euro scrap duty

Metallurgprom believes ferrous metals export duty on the level of 50 euro per ton will bring 45 million euro (or over 1 billion UAH) to the state budget.

Ukraine: ferrous metals scrap exports to total 1.1 million tons in 2016

The state enterprise Ukrpromvneshexpertiza says ferrous scrap exports in 2016 will reach 1-1.1 million tons, if the quotations are cancelled and duties increase.

Ukraine: scrap procurement to fall in 2016

The state enterprise Ukrpromvneshexpertiza says in 2016 ferrous scrap procurement will fall by 9.76% YoY, or by 0.4 million tons, to 3.7 million tons.

Ukraine: ministry accused of scrap lobbying

Ukrtrubprom CEO Leonid Ksaverchuk says Ministry of economic development and trade has been taking decisions reflecting scrap business interests.

Ukraine: government to limit scrap flow from uncontrolled territories

The self-proclaimed republics cut bridges, rails and works for scrap.