Scrap Price Bulletin has been providing price assessments in the steel and iron industry for more than 160 years. Material pricing is available for 54 grades of ferrous scrap in 18 different regions of North America reflecting the regional strategy for buyers and sellers in the recycling industry.
Scrap Price Bulletin provides the necessary prices for foundries including prime scrap grades, alternative irons and obsolete grades of scrap. From Chicago to New Orleans, we’ve got you covered.
Trends are just as important as pricing, which is why Scrap Price Bulletin tells you what’s going on and what’s important to your business. We have all the benchmark numbers producers need for scrap material pricing. But also, we give you the valuable insight into what the number means, which is equally important.
Scrapping materials from a project is a great way to boost your bottom line. Get all the current scrap material prices needed to bid out your project and use Scrap Trends Outlook, a companion to Scrap Price Bulletin to help you understand where price volatility is ahead.
Scrap Price Bulletin helps fabricators understand market conditions and scrap prices affecting their business. We provide unique insight into market conditions and crucial prices and production figures.
Prices, data and commentary provided in Scrap Price Bulletin can help automotive companies and suppliers effectively manage a supply chain with regional prices reflective of the markets and commentary detailing important developments affecting scrap prices.
Scrap Price Bulletin produces regional scrap prices with prime, obsolete, frag and industrial grades across North America. We also produce regional market reports that tell you the details of what’s going on in the regions we cover.
Tracking scrap material prices, forecasting price trends, and following production figures are important for transportation companies. Scrap Price Bulletin and its companion Scrap Trends Outlook provide the market commentary and pricing essential for the scrap markets.