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Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil
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Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil
CS, Cold Rolled Coil
Cold Rolled CS Coil

About Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil. Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil is a carbon steel product produced by passing an unheated metal piece through rolls, resulting in a sheet or strip with improvements in surface imperfections and mechanical properties, with little occurrence of defects such as seams and slivers according to the process conditions. Cold-rolling is used for thickness reduction and can be associated with other improvement steps, such as annealing, tempering, and edging, depending on the application of the final product, and an already rolled carbon steel sheet can undergo the same process to achieve a further reduction and properties enhancement. At the end of the process, the metal sheet is coiled and prepared to be marketed.

Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil Handling. The coils are heavy, and this weight is concentrated. Because of that, it must be shipped carefully in a way to prevent straining or otherwise damaging the shipping container, whether transport is carried out by ship, truck or train. Also, attention is needed in the packaging, stowage, and lashing operations.

Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil Uses.The uses and applications of Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil may vary according to its specification. The main forms of Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil are commercial quality sheet (for moderate forming, bending in any direction at room temperature: SAE 1008 / AISE 1012); drawing quality sheet (for intense forming, bending in any direction at room temperature and having a uniform chemical composition: SAE 1006 / AISE 1008); drawing quality special skilled sheet (for severe forming, bending in any direction at room temperature and having a uniform chemical composition: SAE 1006 / AISE 1008); and structural quality (for specific elongations and strength values, up to 1035 MPa).

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Data Legend. The chart above shows Cold Rolled CS Coil price assessments in USA Dollar per metric ton (USD/mt) in 5 locations, as follows:

  • Cold Rolled CS Coil, US (United States): CS, Cold Rolled Coil, export spot price, fob, United States
  • Cold Rolled CS Coil, SAM (South America): CS, Cold Rolled Coil, import transaction price, cif, Brazil
  • Cold Rolled CS Coil, CEU (Central Europe): CS, Cold Rolled Coil, import transaction price, cif, Poland
  • Cold Rolled CS Coil, SEA (Southeast Asia): CS, Cold Rolled Coil, import spot price, cif, Thailand
  • Cold Rolled CS Coil, CN (China): CS, Cold Rolled Coil, spot price, i-w, China

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Carbon Steel Price Outlook. The price of Cold Rolled CS Coil (United States) increased during April 2019 to 910 USD per metric ton, which represents a rise of 5% compared to the previous month’s value. On a year-over-year basis, the prices of Cold Rolled CS Coil (United States) decreased significantly by 17%. Meanwhile, the average price of Cold Rolled CS Coil (China) amounted to 532 USD per metric ton, from 599 USD per metric ton one year earlier. On a month-over-month basis, the price of Cold Rolled CS Coil (China) is 2% higher than the price one month before.

The price of Cold Rolled CS Coil (Southeast Asia) rose slightly throughout April 2019, reaching 540 USD per metric ton.  The price is 2% higher than the average price in the previous month and 11% lower than the average price one year before. In contrast, the prices of Cold Rolled CS Coil (Central Europe) decreased during April 2019, reaching 669 USD per metric ton, which means a decline of 4% from the previous month’s price and a decline of 12% from the previous year’s price. 

The prices of Cold Rolled CS Coil (South America) experienced a modest decline of 25 USD per metric ton from the prior month's price, to 637 USD per metric ton. Such price movement meant a decrease of 4% on a monthly basis and a decrease of 5% on a yearly basis.

About Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil. Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil is a carbon steel product produced by passing an unheated metal piece through rolls, resulting in a sheet or strip with improvements in surface imperfections and mechanical properties, with little occurrence of defects such as seams and slivers according to the process conditions. Cold-rolling is used for thickness reduction and can be associated with other improvement steps, such as annealing, tempering, and edging, depending on the application of the final product, and an already rolled carbon steel sheet can undergo the same process to achieve a further reduction and properties enhancement. At the end of the process, the metal sheet is coiled and prepared to be marketed.

Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil Handling. The coils are heavy, and this weight is concentrated. Because of that, it must be shipped carefully in a way to prevent straining or otherwise damaging the shipping container, whether transport is carried out by ship, truck or train. Also, attention is needed in the packaging, stowage, and lashing operations.

Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil Uses.The uses and applications of Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil may vary according to its specification. The main forms of Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Coil are commercial quality sheet (for moderate forming, bending in any direction at room temperature: SAE 1008 / AISE 1012); drawing quality sheet (for intense forming, bending in any direction at room temperature and having a uniform chemical composition: SAE 1006 / AISE 1008); drawing quality special skilled sheet (for severe forming, bending in any direction at room temperature and having a uniform chemical composition: SAE 1006 / AISE 1008); and structural quality (for specific elongations and strength values, up to 1035 MPa).

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