Turkey’s flat steel import volumes decreased by 11.98% year on year in January 2021, according to the latest statistics from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK).
CIS export billet prices rose on Tuesday, February 23rd, as several shipments were sold to Turkey.
Flat steel prices in the Turkish domestic and export markets remained unchanged in the first week of 2021 after the holiday.
The price of scrap imports in Turkey on December 18 increased with the reservation of two shipments yesterday, on December 18.
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Flat steel prices in the Turkish market rose sharply in the week ending Friday (December 11th) due to rising demand, low stock levels and expectations of further price increases.
Turkish steel mills continue to stockpile scrap shipments. Given that the increase in the price of steel products, especially billets, has also affected the price of scrap.
Flat steel prices in Turkey will rise sharply in the week ending November 20 due to high demand in the domestic and export markets due to low stock levels.
A fundamental change in EU waste transport regulations could lead to a total ban or control of scrap exports.
Turkish steelmakers continued to buy scrap, supporting good demand for long steel products in the country.