aluminium scrap import quotas

China Releases New Standards For Imported Aluminium Scrap

China Releases New Standards For Imported Aluminium Scrap

The long-awaited new standards on imported scrap aluminium and copper were published by the government of the People’s Republic of China on Sunday. The new standards, which will go into effect on July 1, place the minimum aluminium and aluminium alloy content...

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China Issues Second Set Of Scrap Aluminium Import Quotas For Q4

Beijing issued the second set of scrap metal import quotas for the fourth quarter late last week, sharply reducing the allowed aluminium scrap intake from quantities allowed in the last quarter. China’s Solid Waste and Chemical Management Centre will allow 44,935 metric tons more of 7602000090 aluminium scrap into its ports during the fourth quarter, […]

China’s Aluminium Scrap Imports Up By Over 7 Percent On The Year In August

Though imports of scrap aluminium into the People’s Republic of China rose on the year in August, levels were nearly identical to the month prior in August, the second full month of scrap aluminum restrictions under the new permitting regime implemented by Beijing this summer. Per domestic industry reporting, the Middle Kingdom imported 141 thousand […]

Beijing Releases Third Set Of Scrap Aluminium Import Quotas For Q3

Beijing announced the third set of import scrap quotas for the quarter earlier this week, setting a limit of 11,290 metric tons of aluminium scrap to be allowed into the country’s ports during the third quarter. Altogether, China Solid Waste and Chemicals Management will limit imports of scrap metal to a shade under 100 thousand […]

China Sets Fourth-Quarter Aluminium Scrap Import Quota At 306,930 Metric Tons

Beijing issued scrap metal import quotas for the third quarter on Wednesday, with increases in allowed tonnage for aluminium, copper, and ferrous scrap for the period. In the third quarter, China Solid Waste and Chemicals Management will allow 436,930 metric tons of scrap metal into its ports, broken up into 306,930 metric tons of aluminium […]