Ukraine: scrap procurement up in January-May 2021

In January-May, Ukraine procured 1.57 million tons of scrap, up by 35.1% YoY. The growth was due to high purchasing prices of metal companies, as well as increasing activity of exporters. Metal companies received 1354.9 thousand tons of scrap, up by 23.6%. Scrap stocks are estimated at 140-145 thousand tons. Exports amounted to 146.3 thousand…

Ukraine: scrap export up in January-April 2021

In January-April, Ukraine exported 86.98 thousand tons of ferrous scrap (including 37.87 thousand tons in April), up 7.5-fold YoY, valued at $30.7 million, up 10-fold. According to the State Customs Service, imports grew by 36.1%, to 7.76 thousand tons valued at $13.01 million, up 2.1-fold. The main suppliers were Turkey (61.77% in monetary terms), Russia…

Ukraine: scrap procurement down in March 2021

In March, Ukraine procured 291.9 thousand tons of scrap, down by 9.1% MoM. Scrap deliveries to metal companies dropped by 12.1%, to 259.1 thousand tons. In Q1, scrap procurement grew by 28.2%, to 931.1 thousand tons, and deliveries to metal companies – by 23.1%, to 837.7 thousand tons. Export went up 4.3-fold, to 49.1 thousand…

Ukraine: scrap exports up in Q1 2021

In January-March, Ukraine increased ferrous metals scrap exports 4.3-fold YoY, to 49.11 thousand tons, including 18.92 thousand tons in March. According to the State Customs Statistics, in monetary terms exports grew 5.7-fold, to $16.65 million. Imports went up by 85.2%, to 5.61 thousand tons valued at $9 million, up 2.5-fold. The main suppliers were Turkey…

Ukraine: scrap procurement up in Q1 2021

In January-March, Ukraine scrap procurement grew by 28.2% YoY, to 930 thousand tons. The growth was due to high purchasing prices of metal companies. In Q1, metal companies received 837.7 thousand tons of scrap, up by 23.1% YoY. Stocks are estimated at 180 thousand tons. Exports amounted to 49.1 thousand tons, up almost 3-fold YoY.…

Ukraine: scrap export up in January-February 2021

In January-February, Ukraine exported 30.189 thousand tons of ferrous scrap valued at $10.087 million, up 2.8-fold and 3.7-fold YoY respectively. According to the State Customs Service, imports grew by 95.6%, to 3.132 thousand tons valued at $5.179 million, up 2.6-fold. The main suppliers were Turkey (63.35% in monetary terms), Russia (27.77%) and the USA (7.86%),…