Nov. 25, 2015
 
Brass Mill Imports, Exports Decline in September

U.S. imports and exports of brass mill products declined in September compared with the corresponding 2014 period, reports the Copper and Brass Fabricators Council in Washington. Imports of brass mill products totaled 37.8 million pounds, a decline of 9.4 percent, while exports decreased 8.4 percent to 18.9 million pounds.

For the year to date through nine months, imports of brass mill products totaled 380.9 million pounds, a decrease of 5.6 percent from 2014. Brass mill exports declined 2.9 percent to 188.5 million pounds.

Mexico was the leading destination for U.S. exports of brass mill products in September at 7.4 million pounds, followed by Canada at 5.1 million pounds, United Arab Emirates at 729,149 pounds, Thailand at 655,895 pounds and Saudi Arabia at 613,520 pounds.

Imports from Germany in September totaled 10.0 million pounds, followed by Mexico at 4.7 million pounds, South Korea at 4.6 million pounds, Canada at 3.9 million pounds and Peru at 2.8 million pounds.

Imports of all copper and brass sheet, strip, plate and foil products totaled 13.4 million pounds, while exports of those products totaled 7.2 million pounds. Imports of all pipe and tube products totaled 12.6 million pounds, while pipe and tube exports totaled 3.6 million pounds. Imports of all profiles, rods and bars totaled 8.0 million pounds, while exports totaled 5.9 million pounds.


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