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Rig fleet shrinking as more units set sail for scrapyard. JEREMY CRESSWELL Dec 7, 2020 1701
Zinc Scrap Market 2019 Global Production, Growth, Share, Demand and Applications Market Research Report to 2024. Report Dec 20, 2019 618
Scrap Metal Recycling 2019 Global Trends, Market Size, Share, Status, SWOT Analysis and Forecast to 2025. Sep 5, 2019 646
Ferrous Scrap Recycling Market to Set Phenomenal Growth by 2025/ OmniSource, Metal Management, Tube City, Hugo Neu. Aug 2, 2019 801
Global E-Scrap and Printed Circuit Board Market worth Projected to Touch US$33.5 bn by 2026. Jun 7, 2019 908
Global E-Scrap and Printed Circuit Board Market worth Projected to Touch US$33.5 bn by 2026. Jun 6, 2019 921
Global Steel Scrap Market Outlook 2016-2020 - New Study Released. Jan 10, 2016 459
Uralsib - Norilsk Nickel: Update on Commodity Prices, COMMODITY OVERVIEW - Nov 16, 2011. Nov 20, 2011 1430
Uralsib - Russia Equity Research - TMK - Russian Shale Gas Play; Underestimated volume growth, Upgraded to Buy - Mar 29, 2010. Company overview Mar 29, 2010 3045
Positive outlook: the economic forecasts for Brazil, Russia, India and China seem to point upward. Will this help or hinder the scrap industry? Sandoval, Dan Apr 1, 2007 2006
Ferrous markets hold firm. Oct 1, 2006 998
On the downside. Sep 1, 2006 527
Think ahead: installing a shredder to fit expected volume can require considerable research. Taylor, Brian Aug 1, 2006 1245
Summer balancing act. Jul 1, 2006 406
Let's make a deal. Taylor, Brian Editorial Jun 1, 2006 403
No time to worry. Jan 1, 2006 462
Obsolete but still wanted. Taylor, Brian Industry Overview Jul 1, 2005 427
Nonferrous markets stay upbeat. Jun 1, 2005 359
Nonferrous holds its own. Apr 1, 2005 666
Seeing red over copper scrap. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 299
Chasing al. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 249
Not all roses. Brief Article Dec 1, 2004 249
Market strength: the demand factors for nickel alloys should stay in place, even if China cools down a bit. Taylor, Brian Nov 1, 2004 1145
A boom year: metals prices have stayed aloft throughout 2004, benefitting demo contractors and other generators. Taylor, Brian Nov 1, 2004 1624
High and flighty. Sep 1, 2004 280
Strength in iron markets. Brief Article Sep 1, 2004 324
At the summit. Brief Article May 1, 2004 283
Global warming. May 1, 2004 345
Sonic echo: after a sustained boom, ferrous scrap prices finally slope downward. Harler, Curt May 1, 2004 2592
Out of sorts: nonferrous buying patterns from Asia are changing sorting habits for North American scrap procesors. Taylor, Brian May 1, 2004 1416
Ferrous scrap pricing: a case of supply & demand. Spada, Alfred T. Cover Story Apr 1, 2004 1596
Ledgers sporting mostly black ink. Mar 1, 2004 518
Shattered ceiling. Feb 1, 2004 359
Precious and few. Feb 1, 2004 386
Feeding the hungry: ferrous balers and loggers are playing a key role in feeding the world's hunger for iron-bearing scrap. Taylor, Brian Feb 1, 2004 1220
Order taking. Jan 1, 2004 585
Shaking off the rust. Jan 1, 2004 346
Analyze this: one scrap processor takes a step toward improving the occasionally contentious relationship between the scrap and steel industries with a new analyzer. Toto, Deanne Jan 1, 2004 915
Freight pinch: soaring freight rates could continue for the foreseeable future. How are the escallating costs affecting scrap metal recyclers and how will they deal with them? Sandoval, Dan Jan 1, 2004 1675
Less intense. Nov 1, 2003 374
In demand: scrap recyclers are working overtime to meet global demand for ferrous scrap grades. Nov 1, 2003 1983
Hide & seek: demand for copper is strong from overseas consumers, but finding scrap red metals in the U.S. is the tough task. (Commodity Focus). Sandoval, Dan Apr 1, 2003 1849
Costs of consolidation. (Scrap Industry News). Mar 1, 2003 350
Shipping out. (Ferrous). Mar 1, 2003 382
Ready to rumble? (Nonferrous). Mar 1, 2003 405
Copper at a crossroads: a survey of the copper industry reveals geographical shifts in production and consumption. (Commodity Focus). Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2002 1679
Keeping the flame: aluminum scrap dealers and consumers keep their facilities charged up despite a tepid economy. (Cover Story). Harler, Curt Statistical Data Included Feb 1, 2002 1580
Regaining altitude: demand for specialty metals has been muted for some time, but hope for an improved 2002 is widespread. (Commodity Focus). Harler, Curt Jan 1, 2002 2290
A murky market. Sandoval, Dan Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2002 1334
Editor's focus. Taylor, Brian Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 599
Lead-Free Becoming a Reality. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 220

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