In January – March, the largest metal combines considerably reduced scrap metal purchase

In January – March, the largest metal combines considerably reduced their scrap metal purchases to 2.14 million tons according to the railway statistics, by 2.8% less than in Q1 2013, and the lowest result for Q1 within the last 5 years. MMK reduced purchase by 23%, compared to the first place in 2013. The Cherepovets metal works of Severstal reduced purchase by 38.5%, compared to the third place in 2013. NLMK reduced purchase by 12%, compared to the fifth place in 2013.

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