Copper Shipments Remain Ahead of 2005 Pace

October 2006
Metal Center News;Oct2006, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p72
Trade Publication
The article reports on the improvement in red metals shipments to 13.6 percent in August 2006. According to the Copper and Brass Servicenter Association, the increase is due to the increased number of shipping days. During the month, the average daily shipping rate increased by 1.1 percent. Moreover, total red metal shipments remained 9.7 percent ahead compared to 2005 figures.


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