Ukraine could export some 500,000 tonnes/year of scrap to Poland starting from 2024, with little prospect of domestic scrap consumption recovering amid the ongoing war with Russia, according to Ukrainian Association of Secondary Metals (UAVtormet) president Volodymyr Bubley.
Ukraine’s scrap exports are facing difficulties because the country has lost Black Sea access and 60-65% of its steelmaking capacity following the destruction of steel plants in occupied…
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