Posted on November 3rd, 2011 No comments
The scale of China’s stainless steel scrap usage will remain dependent on the LME (London Metals Exchange) nickel price, according to the guest speaker at the Bureau of International Recycling’s (BIR) Stainless Steel & Special Alloys Round-Table in Munich held in late October. Sven Tollin, chief statistician at the Portugal-based International Nickel Study Group (INSG), charted the steep rise in China’s nickel pig iron (NPI) production – from zero in 2005 to around 170,000 metric tons in 2010 – and also the “enormous” decline in the country’s stainless scrap imports from approaching 380,000 metric tons in 2009 to nearer 80,000 metric tons last year. NPI became a preferred option in China when LME nickel prices were higher than, typically, around $20,000 per metric ton, it was suggested
Posted on August 26th, 2011 No comments
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Columbus McKinnon Adds Staff
Posted on July 25th, 2011 No comments
Government bureaus and trade associations from throughout the world have reported and gathered data that points to at least 1.4 billion metric tons of crude steel having been made in 2010. That total surpasses figures from 2007 and 2008 and is some 15 percent larger than the figure for 2009, when parts of the world were experiencing severe economic recession
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Posted on July 17th, 2009 No comments
Company expects to announce an installation project in the Middle East later this year.
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