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Taiwan’s containerized imports increase in February
Taiwan's containerized imports increase in February

Taiwan’s containerized imports increase in February

TAIPEI: Prices for Taiwanese containerized imports increased by $8 a ton to $245 a ton during the week ended February 10, as per the latest figures.

The Taiwanese market remained silent over the week, with no concluded trades for imported ISRI grade scrap.

Imported material was seen making its way to North Asian buyers, as well as South East Asian mills, however Taiwanese buyers seemed unable to raise their bid levels to match the offers from overseas scrap exporters.

Exporters are back in the driving seat, with good demand from the Turkish market supporting prices. The Taiwanese mills are facing a squeeze, as rubber prices fall, and scrap prices rise, rapidly eroding the mills margins, and forcing them out of the market.