Japan’s stainless steel output continues to rise in March
According to the statistics, Japanese stainless steel output totaled 244,792 tons in March, up by 1.6% from a month earlier.
It’s known that Japan’s stainless steel output has kept going up all the way in the past three months.
In March, the country’s production of chrome-based stainless steel totaled 104,760 tons, rising by 6%; that of nickel-based stainless steel was at 140,032 tons, down by 1.5%, both compared to that in a month earlier.
In the end of March, Japan’s stainless steel stock totaled 114,550 tons, down by 1.8% month on month, caused by increased exports.
News Date 21 May 2012 14:19:43 reported by Kasim Xu