Cincinnati scrap metal prices
April 5, 2021
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.
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Prices as of February 3, 2020
Scrap prices rebound in March on supply deficit
By Sean Barry - March 8, 2021
North American ferrous scrap prices rebounded in March on a supply shortage driven by a combination of severe winter weather and a continuing deficit of silicon chips that is slowing down North American automotive production.