Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/10/2014 -- The Saudi Arabian recycling of metal waste and scrap market shrinks by 18% over the review period although the market's value rises by 9% in 2012, supported by high steel demand in the country. Trade margins comprise 35% of the market size in 2012, although the share of trade margins plummets 26 percentage points over the review period. The value of local recycling of metal waste and scrap services declines by 39% over the review period to reach SR554 million in 2012. Profits decrease by 41% during the review period to reach SR413 million in 2012, while profitability contracts by three percentage points to 75%. The value of local services provided to foreign ventures plummets by 51% throughout the review period and comprises 65% of product output in 2012. The industry is rather concentrated as the five largest players account for more than half of total production in 2010.
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