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    Copper Scrap in Russia and the CIS: Production, Market and Forecast (3 edition)

    Number of pages: 86 Number of tables: 30 Number of figures: 29
    Language: Russian
    Released: 06.12.2021
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    This report is the 3rd edition of a survey of the copper scrap market in Russia.

     

    The purpose of the research is to analyze the copper scrap market.

    The object of research is secondary copper-containing raw materials (scrap copper and its alloys).

    This work is a desk study. The sources of information were data from the Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation (Rosstat), the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation (Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation), data from customs statistics and statistics of railway traffic, the UNdata database, the Agency on Statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and the State Statistics Committee of the Republic of Belarus.

    Also, data from the industry and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, Internet sites of enterprises-producers (procurers) and enterprises-consumers of copper scrap were involved; the "InfoMine" database was used; conference materials.

    The main chronological framework of the study: 2004-2020. (selected data from 1995); forecast - until 2030

    Geography of research: Russia, CIS countries.

     

    Research volume: the report consists of 10 parts, contains 86 pages, including 30 tables, 29 figures, 1 appendix.

    The first chapter presents the classification and quality requirements for copper scrap.

    In the second chapter, the main sources of the formation of copper scrap and the volume of formation in the Russian Federation are considered. Also in this chapter, the structure of the collected copper scrap by type in the Russian Federation (refined copper scrap, copper alloy scrap, copper-containing sludge and slag, etc.) is assessed.

    In the third chapter, an analysis of the use of copper scrap in Russia is given, the corresponding statistics are given, and the distribution of consumption volumes by regions is given.

    The fourth chapter provides a description of the key producers / procurers of copper scrap in the Russian Federation.

    The fifth chapter is devoted to the analysis of Russia's foreign trade operations with copper scrap in 1995-2020, 1 half of 2021. Information on the directions of supplies, the main exporters and importers of copper scrap is presented.

    The sixth chapter examines the pricing of copper scrap at various stages in the supply chain, in the production of cathodes and wire rod.

    The seventh chapter is devoted to the description of the current consumers of copper scrap in the Russian Federation (producers of copper, rolled copper, copper wire rod), and also shows the prospects for the emergence of new players.

    In the eighth chapter, an estimated structure of copper production in the Russian Federation is given by sources of raw materials (primary and secondary / scrap in general and by major enterprises).

    The ninth chapter describes the trade flows of copper scrap in the CIS countries (Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, the Baltic countries of the former USSR), presents the main consumer companies of copper scrap in these countries.

    The final, tenth chapter of the review provides a forecast of the development of the copper scrap market until 2030.

    The appendix contains the addresses and contact information of the main participants in the copper scrap market in Russia.

     

    Target audience of the study:

    - market participants of secondary non-ferrous metals - producers, consumers, traders;

    - potential investors.

     

    The proposed research claims to be a reference manual for marketing services and specialists making management decisions working in the secondary non-ferrous metals market.

    Annotation

     

    1. Classification of copper scrap, quality requirements (GOST, TU)

     

    2. Formation and collection of copper scrap in Russia in 2004-2020.

     

    3. Recycling of copper scrap in Russia in 2004-2020.

     

    4. Key players in the copper market in Russia

    JSC "UMMC-Vtortsvetmet"

    AKRON Holding

    Other businesses

     

    5. Export-import of copper scrap in the Russian Federation in 2000-2020.

    5.1. Export of copper scrap RF

    5.2 Import of copper scrap RF

     

    6. Price conjuncture of copper scrap in Russia in 1995-2021.

     

    7. Current consumers of copper scrap in Russia

    Branch "Production of polymetals of OJSC" Uralelectromed "

    JSC "Uralelectromed"

    CJSC "Novgorod Metallurgical Plant"

    Copper Rod Manufacturers

    Producers of copper-bearing rolled products

    Secondary copper alloy production

     

    8. Use of primary and secondary raw materials in copper production in Russia

     

    9. Trade flows of copper scrap from CIS countries (Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus)

    Ukraine

    Kazakhstan

    Belarus

    Other CIS countries

    Baltic countries of the former USSR

     

    10. Forecast of the development of the Russian copper scrap market until 2030

     

    Application. Contact information about the main players in the copper scrap market

    Table 1: Classification of scrap copper and copper-based alloys

    Table 2: Characteristics and requirements for grade A copper scrap

    Table 3: Characteristics and requirements for class B copper scrap

    Table 4: Characteristics and requirements for copper scrap of class G

    Table 5: Distribution of Russian companies licensed and engaged in the procurement, processing and sale of non-ferrous scrap by Federal District (2018-2020), units

    Table 6: Volumes of formation of copper scrap in Russia (2004-2020), thousand tons of copper

    Table 7: Volumes of formation of copper scrap in Russia in the context of federal districts (2004-2020), thousand tons

    Table 8: Deliveries of technogenic copper-containing waste by rail to UMMC enterprises (2012-2020), thousand tons (in kind)

    Table 9: Use of copper scrap by regions of the Russian Federation in 2004-2020, thousand tons of copper

    Table 10: Estimation of real volumes of use of copper scrap in the Russian Federation in 2016-2020, thousand tons of copper

    Table 11. Revenue of ACRON Holding subsidiaries

    Table 12: Directions of export supplies of the Russian Federation of copper scrap in 1997-2020, 1 half of 2021, tons

    Table 13: Volumes of supplies of copper scrap by exporting enterprises in 2000-2020, thousand tons

    Table 14: Supplies of copper scrap from the regions of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Belarus in 2014-2020, thousand tons

    Table 15: Directions of import supplies of copper scrap in the Russian Federation (1997-2020, 1H2021), t

    Table 16: Imports of copper scrap by major Russian companies in 2018-2020, H1 2021, thousand tons *

    Table 17: Imports of copper scrap to the regions of the Russian Federation from the EAEU countries in 2014-2020 1st half of 2021, thousand tons

    Table 18: The price of copper scrap "shine" in different regions of Russia in comparison with the price of copper LME in certain months of 2019-2021, USD / t

    Table 19: Calculation of the cost of producing copper cathode from scrap

    Table 20: Volumes of supplies of secondary copper and copper alloys by exporting enterprises in 2009-2020, thousand tons

    Table 21: Volumes of supplies of secondary copper alloys from the regions of the Russian Federation to Kazakhstan and Belarus (2014-2020), thousand tons

    Table 22: Estimated structure of the use of copper scrap in Russia by major companies in 2018-2020,%

    Table 23: Balance of real collection, export, import of copper scrap and its use (in terms of copper) in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Table 24: Directions of import supplies of copper scrap in Ukraine in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Table 25: Main companies-importers of copper scrap in Ukraine in 2017-2020, thousand tons

    Table 26: Directions of export supplies of copper scrap in Kazakhstan in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Table 27: Directions of export-import supplies of copper scrap in Belarus in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Table 28: Directions of export supplies of other CIS countries in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Table 29: Directions of export-import supplies of copper scrap in the Baltic countries in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Table 30: Directions of export supplies of Lithuania in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Figure 1: Structure of copper-containing secondary raw materials in the former USSR (1988),%

    Figure 2: The number of Russian companies licensed and engaged in the procurement, processing and sale of non-ferrous scrap (2004-2020), units

    Figure 3: Average structure of Russian companies licensed to procure, process and sell non-ferrous scrap (2004-2020),%

    Figure 4: Average structure of the formation of copper scrap in Russia by Federal District (2004-2020),%

    Figure 5: The structure of the formation of copper scrap in Russia by region (2016),%

    Figure 6: The structure of the formation of copper scrap in Russia by region (2020),%

    Figure 7: Average structure of the formation of copper scrap in Russia (2017-2020),%

    Figure 8: Average structure of the formation of copper scrap in Russia by its composition (2017-2020),%

    Figure 9: Dynamics of the use of copper scrap in Russia (2004-2020), thousand tons of copper

    Figure 10: Dynamics of revenue of JSC "UMMC-Vtortsvetmet" in 2008-2020, billion rubles.

    Figure 11: Dynamics of export of copper scrap from Russia in 1995-2020 1st half of 2021, thousand tons

    Figure 12: Dynamics of imports of copper scrap in Russia (1995-2020, 1H2021), thousand tons

    Figure 13: Dynamics of average annual LME for copper in 1995-2021, USD / kg

    Figure 14: Copper Scrap Prices in the Supply Chain, USD / kg (October 2021)

    Figure 15: Dynamics of the average annual export and import prices of the Russian Federation for copper scrap in 1995-2020, USD / kg

    Figure 16: Dynamics of blister copper production of the Polymetal Production Branch of Uralelectromed JSC (2008-2020), thousand tons

    Figure 17: Dynamics of the production of refined copper by the Novgorod Metallurgical Plant in 2003-2020, thousand tons

    Figure 18: Dynamics of the production of copper-containing rolled products by the OTsM enterprises in 2000-2020, thousand tons (in kind)

    Figure 19: Dynamics of production of copper in concentrate and refined copper in Russia (1991-2020),% (1991 = 100)

    Figure 20: Structure of refined copper output in Russia by major producers (2020),%

    Figure 21: Dynamics of production of refined copper in Russia in 1990-2020 total and from secondary raw materials, thousand tons

    Figure 22: Estimated structure of use of copper scrap in Russia (2020),%

    Figure 23: Dynamics of export-import of copper scrap in Ukraine in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Figure 24: Dynamics of production of refined copper and copper alloys by Ukraine in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Figure 25: Dynamics of production of secondary refined copper by Casting LLP in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Figure 26: Dynamics of export of secondary copper-based alloys by Belarus in 2016-2020, thousand tons

    Figure 27: Global production of refined copper (million tonnes) and share of production from scrap (%) in 2010-2020

    Figure 28: Dynamics of "visible" copper consumption in Russia (1990-2020), thousand tons

    Figure 29: Dynamics of the use of copper scrap in Russia in 2014-2020 and forecast (2021-2030), thousand tons

     

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