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South Carolina scrap metal prices

May 26, 2020

South Carolina is the only market Scrap Price Bulletin covers that is contained in the South Atlantic region of North America. Several key players in the industry can be found in this region—among them are SMI, Georgetown, Nucor, AmeriSteel, Chaparral and Gerdau. Scrap Price Bulletin’s coverage of the South Carolina market includes pricing for a wide range of scrap grades—including prime, cut, frag and foundry material.

Scrap Price Bulletin assesses several grades of delivered to consumer ferrous scrap prices including no. 1 heavy meltingno. 1 busheling, shredded scrap and plate and structural scrap (2 ft. and under and 5 ft. and under).

In addition to South Carolina, Scrap Price Bulletin features weekly price assessments focused on more than 15 major North American ferrous scrap markets. Also included in your paid subscription is online access to pricing analysis in the form of weekly regional market reports. These market reports call attention to specific pricing trends while offering valuable insights into market behaviors.

Fastmarkets SPB 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.

Fastmarkets SPB is a weekly subscription service for steel and iron scrap prices.

Subscribers benefit from regional scrap prices for Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Hamilton, ON, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle-Portland, South Carolina,  St. Louis, and Youngstown assessed every week.  To see a sample price sheet, download a sample issue below or take out a free trial to experience scrappricebulletin.com.

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Market Reports

Ferrous scrap prices surge in Dec on supply shortage

By Sean Barry - December 6, 2019

North American ferrous scrap prices continued to build traction in December and booked mostly $30 per gross ton gains in the north and Midwest, while prices in southern regions like Birmingham were up $40 on last month amid a lack of nearby material on the ground.