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    I got $150.00 today a ton for shred steel in St. Paul MN


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    FWIW was talking today with one of the yards I sell steel at and he expects to be selling at over $600/gt by April (which prolly means $300-350/gt for those of us down the food chain). Prices are already scheduled to go up in both January and February here and already have a yard offering $350/gt for cast iron starting next week which is over twice as high as it has been since I moved here in 2017.

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    Ran a couple loads this week. Prepared iron was $230.00/ton and shred was $135.00/ton. Took a little less than a ton each so it was a nice week. #1 Cast was at $270.00 but I didn't run that yet. Yard normally has piles, but the place is pretty empty, they are moving it out. Rockford, IL

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJinLV View Post
    FWIW was talking today with one of the yards I sell steel at and he expects to be selling at over $600/gt by April (which prolly means $300-350/gt for those of us down the food chain). Prices are already scheduled to go up in both January and February here and already have a yard offering $350/gt for cast iron starting next week which is over twice as high as it has been since I moved here in 2017.

    If that is true and it gets to that price.... holy moly.... everyone is going to start scrapping, that'll be higher than I've ever seen and will be pretty crazy. I should start hoarding now and quit taking my steel in. I think I got $0.065/lb (which is pretty GREAT compared to what it has been over the last year or two) last time I went in this week.... but if $0.15/lb is on the horizon.... Perhaps I should just pile it up out back for a bit.
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    Sioux city up $10 to $150/ton

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    Shred up 45/ton. Now at 200/ton in Chicago Heights Il

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    Quote Originally Posted by greytruck View Post
    shred up 45/ton. Now at 200/ton in chicago heights il
    wow!

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    Shred was $190/ton CAD. Up from 140 a few months ago. Northern Ontario

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    Prices in the Bangor Maine area are starting to inch up. It's up to about 110/ton.

    Locally ... starting to see more junk vehicles being transported to the scrapyard on flatbeds & wreckers these days. (It's a fifty mile run to the nearest yard.)

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    I saw on facebook $300/gt in Gardena, California.

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    Just got $155 net ton, passed another place on way home $165. Lol
    Better than the dump!

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    We do not have a shred category. Unprepared iron is up to $150 ton from $50.00 a couple of months ago. Appliances up from not accepting them to $50/ net ton. Makes it worthwhile to haul the stockpile. 7 tons have already been hauled this week and plan to haul seven cars tomorrow if I get them loaded today. They were prepped yesterday and just need to load them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot76 View Post
    We do not have a shred category. Unprepared iron is up to $150 ton from $50.00 a couple of months ago. Appliances up from not accepting them to $50/ net ton. Makes it worthwhile to haul the stockpile. 7 tons have already been hauled this week and plan to haul seven cars tomorrow if I get them loaded today. They were prepped yesterday and just need to load them.
    I know its cold but how about some photos??? Glad to hear the price is up where you are. Me, I'm not doing anything to speak of and what little scrap steel I have I've given away to other scrappers. 73 for now. I'd say stay warm but I know that ain't happening where you are. Mike
    "Profit begins when you buy NOT when you sell." {quote passed down to me from a wise man}

    Now go beat the copper out of something, Miked

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    Quote Originally Posted by miked View Post
    I know its cold but how about some photos??? Glad to hear the price is up where you are. Me, I'm not doing anything to speak of and what little scrap steel I have I've given away to other scrappers. 73 for now. I'd say stay warm but I know that ain't happening where you are. Mike
    I will start updating on a Tumbleweeds view to avoid polluting this valuable thread.

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    Got $230/gt for shred today which means $330 in California by the ports! A year ago local yards were mostly not paying for tin at all except from commerical scale clients and even then as low as $25/gt

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    $220 Ton today
    Thing are looking up

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    Shred up another 20/ton, Now at 220/ton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJinLV View Post
    FWIW was talking today with one of the yards I sell steel at and he expects to be selling at over $600/gt by April (which prolly means $300-350/gt for those of us down the food chain). Prices are already scheduled to go up in both January and February here and already have a yard offering $350/gt for cast iron starting next week which is over twice as high as it has been since I moved here in 2017.
    Nostradamus who told me this just lowered his prices lol. Not dramatically but seems like he was overly optimistic. Still strong pricing but not a meteoric rise as he predicted (and I promptly shared!).

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    $170/ton in Sioux City. Dropping to $140 on Monday

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    Shred down 50/ton Was at 220, now 170/ton

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