By Mark Anthony
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A regular discussion charting developments in the scrap metal sector and the fluctuations in the price of ferrous and non-ferrous metal. ScrapChat is a Demolition News Radio production in conjunction with ScrapsAway.co.uk
||CleanScrapChat #5||In the final episode of 2018,ScrapChat looks back at a year of too few highs and far too many lows, and looks ahead to a New Year that might just start with a degree of promise and optimism.||20 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanScrapChat #4||Research conducted by ScrapsAway.co.uk has highlighted a more than £400 per tonne disparity between the highest and lowest prices offered on certain scrap metals. This episode looks at that research and looks ahead to the likely impact of Brexit.||2 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanScrapChat #3||Slight rises in the prices of some non-ferrous metals give the industry some cause for cheer, although ongoing uncertainties over Chinese and US tariffs look set to reduce prices still further before the end of the year. And can private individuals make money from scrap.||26 9 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanScrapChat #2||Further falls in scrap prices; scrap pirates target sunken Royal Navy ships; and ScrapsAway focuses on trust within the industry. All this and more in the second episode of ScrapChat, exclusive to Demolition News Radio.||4 9 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanScrapChat #1||In this launch episode, we look at how a growing trade war between China and the US is impacting on global scrap prices; how some recent rationalisation within the UK scrap sector has fallen foul of the Competition and Markets Authority. But we start by addressing the large metal elephant in the room – The ongoing fall in scrap prices.||30 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
A few great shows under their belt now. Looking forward to hearing more from these guys.
About time there was a podcast for the UK scrap industry. Early days but has potential to be a great show.