Russia: corrosion-resistant scrap exports up in July 2018

In July, according to the customs statistics, Russia exported 10.5 thousand tons of corrosion-resistant steel scrap valued at $12 million, up by 20.4% and 1.5-fold YoY respectively.

In January-July exports grew by 41.8%, to 65 thousand tons valued at $71 million, up by 60%.

75% of the volume accounted for 8% nickel-containing scrap. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: ferrous scrap exports to Belarus up in August 2018

In August Russia exported 129 thousand tons of ferrous scrap to Belarus.

According to the railroad statistics, this is up by 20.2% YoY.

In January-August scrap exports totaled 885.2 thousand tons, up by 17.8% YoY. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: scrap deliveries to metal works up in summer 2018

In June-August direct deliveries of ferrous scrap to the major metal companies and pipe plants totaled 4.31 million tons.

According to the railroad statistics, this is up by 13.7% YoY.

At the same time it is down by 2.8%, up by 22.6% and by 12% compared to 2014, 2015 and 2016 respectively. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: ferrous metals scrap imports from Kazakhstan down in H1 2018

In June, according to the customs statistics, Russia imported 66 thousand tons of ferrous scrap from Kazakhstan, down by 12.4% YoY.

The average price ons the Russian border was $259.4 per ton.

In January-June deliveries totaled 221.6 thousand tons, down by 22% YoY. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: scrap railroad deliveries up in July 2018

According to railroad statistics, direct ferrous scrap deliveries to major Russian metal companies and pipe works reached 1.44 million tons, up by 14% YoY.

In January-July scrap deliveries grew by 1.1% YoY, to 7.37 million tons. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: 300 thousand tons of scrap exported to Turkey in June 2018

According to Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), in January-June Turkey increased scrap imports by 15.8% YoY, to 10.77 million tons.

In particular, Russia increased deliveries by 60%, to 1.33 million tons.

In June scrap imports from Russia grew by 66.1%, to 299.165 thousand tons. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: ferrous metals scrap imports from Kazakhstan down in May 2018

In May, according to the customs statistics, Russia imported 49.5 thousand tons of ferrous scarp from Kazakhstan, down by 24.3% YoY.

Average price was $257 per ton.

In January-May imports dropped by 25.5% YoY, to 155.6 thousand tons. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: scrap exports up in H1 2018

In January-June Ukraine exported 270 thousand tons of scrap, up by 106% YoY. Scrap procurement grew by 12%, to 1.902 million tons. Deliveries of scrap to metal companies increased by 4%, to 1.632 million tons. In June 346 thousand tons of scrap were procured, down by 6% MoM, of which domestic companies received 327 thousand…

Russia: scrap exports through ports of Nakhodka and Vostochniy prohibited

The Primorye region stops exporting ferrous scrap and wastes through the seaports of Nakhodka and Vostochniy.

The new rules come into effect on July 22.

The scrap export limitation will be valid for 5 months.

So far this year Nakhodka customs has approved 95.5 thousand tons of scrap for exports. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: ferrous scrap exports up in May 2018

In May, according to customs statistics, Russia exported 619.4 thousand tons of ferrous scrap, up by 57.2% YoY.

In January-May scrap exports reached 2.3 million tons, up by 43.2% YoY. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: scrap exports to Belarus down in June 2018

In June Russia supplied 115.8 thousand tons of scrap to Belarus via railroad.

This is 5.7% below the June 2017 results.

In January-June scrap exports reached 614.3 thousand tons, down by 4.7% YoY. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: ferrous scrap railroad deliveries up in June 2018

In June railroad deliveries of ferrous scrap to the metal works and pipe companies totaled 1.44 million tons, up by 7.6% MoM and by 10% YoY.

In January-June scrap deliveries dropped by 1.6% YoY, to 5.93 million tons. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: ferrous metals scrap imports from Kazakhstan down in April 2018

In April, according to the customs statistics, Russia imported 35.2 thousand tons of ferrous metals scrap from Kazakhstan.

This is more than was imported in March 1.8-fold, but lower by 23% YoY.

In January-April scrap imports reached 94 thousand tons, down by 46% YoY. (Ukrainian metal)