This week, the pressure on supply and demand in China’s domestic steel market has increased, and demand continued to be weak,
Auckland International Container Terminal management shut down its operations at the Port of Auckland on Wednesday, with all other marine terminals except OICT shutting down truck access, bringing the port to a near standstill. Freight operators in Oakland, Calif., are bracing for a week-long strike by truckers.
This week, truckers blocked operations at the third-busiest container port in the western United States, adding new disruptions to already strained U.S. supply chains. And the congestion in the eastern United States and the disruption of transportation in the Mid-American inland continue. . .
The current situation of China’s domestic steel market this week: Due to the increasing downward pressure on the domestic economy and
This week, China’s domestic high temperature, and affected by the off-season of the steel market, the demand for steel has shrunk,
This week, the output of China’s five major types of steel was 8.9713 million tons, an increase of 140,300 tons from
The fundamentals of supply and demand in China’s steel market further improved this week. The sharp reduction in production by steel