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Important to keep broadcasting the good work we do

The fundamentals of the non-ferrous markets are still strong, even if current indices are softer than anticipated. While demand remains softer in some areas to meet global emission targets, there is an acute demand for raw materials on the horizon. Recycling and the supply of our raw materials will only become more and more critical, as will be the need for free and unencumbered trade to ensure all regions are able to procure the raw materials required to meet these targets.

As non-ferrous metals recyclers, the need to adapt to the change in products within these global supply channels will become increasingly important, along with the need to keep broadcasting the good work we do as an industry.      

Shortly, we will all come together in Abu Dhabi to enjoy the networking and learning opportunities that come with a BIR Convention. I look forward to seeing you all there.