scrap metal
Scrap collection in Ukraine increased by 19.7% m/m in March

Exports of raw materials accounted for 12.4% of the total harvesting volume
Israel plans to limit scrap exports

Turkey, which is the main consumer of raw materials from Israel, will be under the greatest pressure from the introduction of restrictions
Global scrap prices fell significantly in March

Major global markets faced pressure from uncertainty in the steel market and falling prices for other raw materials
Turkey increased scrap imports by 32.5% y/y in February

During January-February, import of raw materials increased by 34.6% y/y
Germany exported 7.8 million tons of scrap in 2023

The company shipped 1.44 million tons of raw materials to third countries and 6.36 million tons within the EU.
EU countries propose to ban imports of Russian scrap

The proposal was submitted by Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Latvia and Estonia
Scrap collection in Ukraine increased by 18.7% m/m in February

At the same time, exports of raw materials reached their highest level since January 2022
Salzgitter plans to invest €30 million in a new scrap shredder

The new equipment will have a higher processing capacity and will be technically advanced
Global scrap trade to decline by 15% by 2030 – BCG

Trade in raw materials will decrease as domestic consumption increases and exports decrease
Turkiye increased scrap imports by 36% y/y in January

The demand for imported raw materials increased due to the increase in steel production
Scrap collection in Ukraine decreased by 21% m/m in January

The supply of raw materials to steel enterprises decreased by 22.9% m/m
Kyrgyzstan again extended the ban on scrap exports outside the EAEU

The ban on the export of raw materials will last another six months

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