Posts By: Ferrous Processing Trading

Ferrous Processing & Trading Offers Innovative Management Strategies and Services

Posted on November 4, 2013 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

Ferrous Processing & Trading offers industry-leading experience and innovative service and technology.  October 2013 – Ferrous Processing & Trading offers visionary and innovative leadership and management to a variety of diverse customers in the steel making, foundry, and automotive industries.  At FPT, an expert team of professionals offers responsive planning and reactions to market conditions… Read more »

Scrap Metal Recycling Company Sets Higher Industry Standards for Service

Posted on November 1, 2013 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

Scrap metal recycling companies offer similar services, but only a select few like Ferrous Processing & Trading offer industry-leading service and customer satisfaction. Scrap metal recycling centers are now appearing across the country as the value of scrap metal continues to rise in the United States.  In fact, the scrap metal industry is highly fragmented and consists… Read more »

Ferrous Processing & Trading Explores the Uses and Properties of Copper

Posted on October 23, 2013 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

Ferrous Processing & Trading encourages individuals and companies to recycle scrap metal such as copper. Ferrous Processing & Trading accepts all kinds of scrap metal for recycling including ferrous and non-ferrous materials.  One common non-ferrous material is copper.  Copper is used for many different purposes and can be found in everything from construction materials, to… Read more »

Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal Recycling Provides an Array of Positive Benefits

Posted on September 18, 2013 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

Scrap metal recycling provides infinite possibilities for sustainable resources.  In our modern society, many individuals, small businesses, and large corporations use metals in their everyday activities ranging from small household projects to national transportation projects or industrial work.  Non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, copper, lead, nickel tin, and zinc are common household and industrial materials,… Read more »