September 18, 2017
The Cincinnati ferrous scrap market feeds the Ohio valley region via train, truck, and boat. Cincinnati sits directly along the Ohio River giving it advantageous access to a network of rivers including the Mississippi River and Ohio River Basin System, which contains roughly 2,800 miles of navigable waterway.
Scrap Price Bulletin covers twelve different steel and iron prices for the Cincinnati market including no. 1 heavy melting
, no. 2 heavy melting
, no. 1 dealer bundles
, no. 2 bundles
, no. 1 busheling
, shredded scrap
, machine shop turnings
, cast iron borings
, plate and structurals, 5 ft. and under
, rails, random length
, rails, 2 ft. and under
, and no. 1 machinery cast
Scrap Price Bulletin also publishes a monthly market report assessing the major price changes and explanations surrounding price movements. Market reports are also published for the other 17 cities in Scrap Price Bulletin’s coverage.
Scrap Price Bulletin publishes more than 50 steel and iron scrap price grades and reports on 18 major North American ferrous scrap markets. Click here to visit the about our prices page or to find additional steel scrap terms, visit the glossary page.
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