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Youngstown scrap metal prices

May 20, 2019

The ferrous scrap market in Youngstown is predominantly broker buying based. Major players for prime and cut grades in this area are Timken Steel, Elwood, Koppel, Allegheny Ludlum, Standard Steel, Steelton, US Steel (Edgar Thomson), V&M Star and Republic. Scrap Price Bulletin’s coverage of the Youngstown market includes pricing for a wide range of scrap grades—including prime, cut and frag material.

Scrap Price Bulletin produces steel and iron scrap prices for no. 1 heavy meltingno. 1 dealer bundles, shredded scrap, machine shop turnings and plate and structurals 5 ft. and under. For more information concerning Scrap Price Bulletin’s prices, click here to visit our methodology section.

In addition to Youngstown, Scrap Price Bulletin features weekly price assessments and regional market reports focused on more than 15 major North American ferrous scrap markets. Our extensive market reports, seen here, call attention to specific pricing trends, while offering valuable insights into market behaviors.

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Youngstown
Prices as of March 12, 2018
Brokers' buying prices per gross ton on cars Low High
No. 1 hvy. melting 329.00 330.00
No. 2 hvy. melting 319.00 320.00
No. 1 dealer bundles 334.00 335.00
No. 2 bundles 199.00 200.00
Shredded scrap 344.00 345.00
Machine shop turnings 181.00 182.00
Shoveling turnings 186.00 187.00
Plate and structurals, 5 ft. and under 344.00 345.00

Market Reports

Scrap prices continue to book losses in May on supply glut

By Sean Barry - May 10, 2019

The ferrous scrap market in the United States logged further losses in May as mills pared back buy programs due to numerous maintenance outages and scrap flows continued to surge amid slack export trade and a booming industrial sector.