Ferrous Processing & Trading’s strategic alliances help to insure a strong and complete scrap metal recycling operation that is augmented by these companies.
Gemini Recycling is a partnership between David J. Joseph Company (DJJ) and Ferrous Processing and Trading (FPT) provides a national scrap metal program for industrial scrap producers. This strategic relationship brings together the marketing and logistical expertise of the DJJ Company and the processing and scrap management capabilities of Ferrous Processing and Trading. Gemini Recycling offers comprehensive scrap metal solutions including processing, transportation and marketing for large industrial scrap generators.
FPT has formed a strategic alliance with MPS, a certified Minority Business Enterprise headquartered in Detroit’s Empowerment Zone to provide ferrous and non-ferrous scrap management services. MPS also offers a comprehensive materials management program that handles recyclables and removal of hazardous and non-hazardous industrial wastes. MPS is one of the 36 minority-owned companies certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council as a Corporate Plus Member. MPS is also affiliated with the Michigan Minority Business Development Council and National Association of Black Automotive Suppliers. MPS is a mentored supplier of General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Daimler-Chrysler. MPS was GM Supplier of the Year in 2001 and MMBDC Supplier of the year in 2000.
Premier Steel’s alliance with FPT offers additional services to our customers. Premier Steel’s products include both primary and secondary flat rolled steel, in master full width coils as well as narrow slit coils. Premier Steel’s products include light gauge cold rolled, medium to heavy gauge hot rolled pickled and oiled, light gauge electro galvanized, galvanneal and hot dipped galvanized.
Parts Galore is a new concept in retail sales of used auto parts. With a typical inventory of 2500 used cars and trucks, each Parts Galore operation provides a customer-friendly setting for the do-it-yourself removal of parts, including a published price for each generic component. Each month, 1000 cars and trucks are removed and then replaced with 1000 new arrivals. The removed cars and trucks are then shipped to our shredder facilities for recycling.