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Ferrous Scrap Loses More Value in Early July
RMDAS pricing shows spot market falling $40 to $50 per ton for the second straight month.
Pacific Steel & Recycling to Build Montana's First Auto Shredder
Company hopes to have new auto shredder operational by the middle of next year.
Midwest Scrap to Install Two New Auto Shredders
Large shredders in Oklahoma City and Wichita, Neb., expected to be operational in 2013.
Alter Shredder in Nebraska Clears a Hurdle
Norfolk, Neb., Planning Commission approves auto shredder for Alter Trading.
ISA Opens Auto Recycling Operation
Kentucky scrap company says it intends to keep 1,500 cars in stock.
U-Pull-&-Pay Makes Acquisitions
DJJ subsidiary buys two self-serve auto parts stores.
Capital Scrap Adds to Florida Holdings
South Florida company acquires Pompano Scrap Metal.
Hawaii DOH Files Notice Against Recycler
State Department of Health claims PRC operated without proper permits.
A&A Midwest Expands Scrap Service in Las Vegas
Company continues to combine dismantling and scrap services.
Dust Control Technology Introduces Tower Unit
New system is designed to extend reach and improve aim of dust suppression equipment.
A-Ward Launches Mi-Slide Compactor/Loader
The sliding mechanism of the Mi-Slide Compactor bales scrap metals, stages bales prior to loading and facilitates loading into truck containers.
Sicon Installs Scrap Fragmentizer at Kurum Mini-Mill in Albania
Fragmentizer is designed to improve melt shop performance.
MTB Recycling Updates Logo
French equipment maker says new logo reflects its more diverse product line.
Sims Uses Sennebogen Material Handlers in UK Facilities
Supplier E.H. Hassell and Sons equips handlers according to a customized Sims scrap metal specification.
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