The Czech Republic’s ferrous scrap exports increased by 17pc to 1.05mn mt in January-May compared to 897,437mt in the same timeframe last year, according to Czech Customs data.

 

Ferrous scrap exports in May increased by 52pc to 227,093mt from 148,967mt in the same month of 2020. After a slip to 219,859mt in April, Czech scrap exports picked up momentum with a 3pc monthly increase.

 

The main destination for Czech ferrous scrap in May was Germany, which received 106,340mt followed by Italy with 56,731mt, Austria with 27,545mt, Poland with 18,456mt, and Slovakia with 10,099mt.

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