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Hamilton, Ontario scrap metal prices

November 23, 2020

Hamilton is central to Canada’s steel manufacturing market and is a key city for Canada’s ferrous scrap market. Scrap Price Bulletin produces steel and iron prices for no. 1 heavy melting, no. 1 dealer bundles, no. 1 busheling, busheling unprepared, shredded scrap and machine shop turnings. Hamilton’s prices are reported as broker buying market. To learn more about broker buying prices, refer to Scrap price Bulletin’s methodology.

Scrap Price Bulletin reporters assess pricing in 18 major markets in the North American ferrous scrap markets each week, talking to a broad sample of market participants involved in the buying and selling of steel and iron scrap. In addition to material pricing, every month, Scrap Price Bulletin publishes a regional market reports for Hamilton that details specific transactions and viewpoints in each region. Hamilton’s market report and pricing are reported in Canadian dollar and often compare currency fluctuations to the US dollar.

Geographically nearby, Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit are also covered in depth by Scrap Price Bulletin’s reporters for pricing and regional market reports giving you a complete view of the US Northern Midwest and Canadian scrap markets as they often relate to each other. 

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Hamilton, Ontario
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Market Reports

Detroit sideways for second straight month; Ontario up on prime grades

By Bill Beck - November 10, 2020

For the second straight month, mills in Detroit settled at sideways, leaving prices at September levels as the industry heads into traditionally shortened production for the holidays.