Despite regulations and trade disputes, the world’s paper and board mills continue to source recovered fibre globally.
BIR 2019: Recovered fiber keeps flowingView More
China, long a laggard in the use of scrap to make new steel, is beginning to change its melt shop habits to accept more ferrous scrap, according to a guest speaker at the Ferrous
BIR 2019: Chinese steelmakers turn their attention to scrapView More
Steel and aluminium producers have asked the Commerce Ministry to exclude the two items from tariff reduction commitments in the on-going Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) ……
Steel, aluminium producers want no reduction commitments under RCEPView More
The consumption of aluminium cans for storing beverages, food items and household products is expected to grow manifold from the current levels, according to Ball India
Aluminium can consumption well below global average; set to surgeView More
In the wake of recent trade announcements from the U.S. and China, recycled paper pulp shipped to China will face additional levies and a North…...
Recycling will likely feel tariff impacts – againView More
Domestic steel production would be significantly affected if there is delay in auction of mines which would complete 50 years of operations by March 2020 …