| The lead segment’s sales was down by 15 per cent compared to 2015, which had its causes in a drop in lead prices and...
| At the BIR Non-ferrous metals Division meeting during the BIR World recycling conference in Amsterdam on the 24th of October, three guest speakers will be discussing the global copper and aluminium market trends.
| A study commissioned by European Aluminum predicts the increase up to 30 per cent.
| The companies' revenue for the fiscal year 2016 was 26.3 per cent below 2015. EBIT was minus 215,5 AUD.
| According to preliminary ICSG data, the refined copper market for May 2016 showed an apparent production deficit of around 65,000 metric tonnes (t) mainly due to strong Chinese apparent refined copper demand.
| Uk-based Forge Skip Hirehas put together a graphic, showing how far the UK has come in the years as a recycling nation, and also a handful of bitesize facts that helps put things into perspective.
| Japan's Ministry of Finance has issued the nation's waste and scrap import statistics for June 2016.
| The company's decline in consolidated sales is justified mainly by the drop in lead and zinc prices compared to the first half of 2015.
| Umicore has announced that revenues in the first half year of 2016 were up by 1% while the recurring EBIT increased by 3%.
| Aluminum rolling and recycling specialist Novelis has announced three new senior executives.
| According to preliminary ICSG data, the refined copper market for April 2016 (excluding the adjustment for changes in China’s bonded stocks) showed an apparent production deficit of around 110,000 metric tonnes (t) mainly due to strong Chinese apparent refined copper demand.
| Recycling of steel packaging in Europe has reached a new all-time high of 76%, announces APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging.
| According to preliminary International Copper Study Group (ICSG) data, the refined copper market for March 2016 (excluding the adjustment for changes in China’s bonded stocks) showed an apparent production deficit of around 40,000 metric tonnes (t). When making seasonal adjustments for world refined production and usage, March showed a similar production deficit.
| Interest in the London Metal Exchange’s scrap and rebar futures is growing faster than expected, LME Business Development Manager Marko Kusigerski told a workshop at the recent BIR World Recycling Convention in Berlin.