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Steel Scrap

We pride ourselves on our local market knowledge and the level of service that we provide to all our trading counterparts
Buyers see us as a dependable and secure partner to source their raw material requirements, able to supply a stable and quality product suitable for their needs.
We normally purchase material on either an EXW or FOB basis, with sales being taken on a CFR basis - handling all the logistics and freighting inbetween, creating an effective bridge between our suppliers and customers.

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Heavy Melting steel (HMS)

HMS 1 - Old steel predominantly above 6mm in thickness
HMS 2 - Old steel predominantly below 6mm in thickness
Typically supplied for export as a ratio of HMS 1 to HMS 2 such as HMS 1/2 80:20 meaning 80% HMS 1 and 20% HMS 2.
Wrought iron and / or steel scrap in sizes not exceeding 1.50m x 0.60m x 0.60m (or as otherwise agreed) prepared in a way to ensure compact charging. May include tube and hollow section, wire rope, properly prepared material from dismantled vehicles and other miscellaneous items of old steel scrap.
Specifications according to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. (ISRI):
ISRI 200 - 206

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Shredded Steel

Old light steel arising from white goods, car bodies or other light steel fragmentized into small pieces and magnetically separated from dirt, free non-ferrous metals and other foreign material. Free from incinerated material, turnings, borings, tin cans.
Density may vary according to source and customer requirements but typically supplied as 70 lbs/cbft (or 1.1mt/cbm) minimum.
Specifications according to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. (ISRI):
ISRI 210, 211

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PNS

Plate & Structural steel scrap. Consists of cut structural scrap and plate arisings predominantly with minimum thickness 6mm. For example, clean open hearth steel plates, crop ends, bar, girder, angles, and other structural shapes.
Specifications according to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. (ISRI):
ISRI 231, 232

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Cast Iron

Available as either homogeneous pieces of cast iron such as cast iron chairs from railroads as in the photo opposite or mixed cast iron pieces originating from a miscellaneous variety of uses.
Typically supplied in works’ furnace sizes.
Specifications according to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. (ISRI):
ISRI 252 - 266
Mixed cast iron: ISRI 257