News & Announcements
Scrap prices decreased by $45/GT over the past two months after a $35/GT increase in Q2 ’15.
Scrap prices increased by $40/ton over the past month after a steep decrease in Q1 ’15.
Scrap prices remains flat over the past month after a steep decrease in Q1 ‘15, but are not expected to change significantly in the coming month.
Scrap prices increased $1.80/GT in the past month but are not expected to increase further in the coming 30 days.
Scrap prices decreased $50/GT in the past month and are expected to soften again in the coming 30 days, but may start to reverse course by midwinter due to seasonal trends.
Domestic steel prices are not expected to increase in the coming month and may soften in some product lines based on a mix of increased supply and lower input costs.
Domestic price increases were made by select mills for both plate and sheet in Aug ’14, whereas, no other price changes were announced by tube, merchant bar, or beam mills.
Farwest Steel is looking for talented and motivated sales, operations and manufacturing professionals to join our team. We are growing and adding new locations and investing in new equipment to support our customers across the Western US.
Farwest Steel Corporation is pleased to announce our expansion into a new facility with additional steel processing capabilities in Moses Lake to better serve central and eastern Washington.
Domestic carbon price announcements made by domestic plate mills were up in Jun ’14 with extended lead times, sheet and tube mills in the Midwest have experienced downward price pressure, whereas, and merchant bar and beam mills have left prices unchanged for Jun ’14.