Leadership Academy

Posted on March 19, 2015 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the United States, noted that “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” Adams’ definition of a leader incorporates the intangible skills Soave Enterprises hopes to develop through its new Leadership Academy. Fifteen key employees from Ferrous Processing… Read more »

The Right Man for the Job

Posted on February 17, 2015 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

The best personnel fits occur when not only the skill set needed matches the employee’s resume, but the personality does as well. When FPT chose an operations manager to help direct their venture into leading-edge nonferrous metal recovery, company leadership knew that they had found a hard-working, straightforward team member. The bonus they discovered was… Read more »

FPT goes high-tech to recover more metal

Posted on December 17, 2014 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

Back in the 1980s, FPT pioneered new technology for recycling old automobiles and large scale appliances with its massive fragmentizer operations. The “auto shredder” capabilities allowed an entire vehicle to be rapidly “disassembled” and separated into its metallurgical components in 30 seconds. However, that was decades ago. The technology has continued to evolve – and,… Read more »

FPT Gets the Nod for New Ford Kansas City Plant

Posted on December 17, 2014 by - Scrap Metal Recycling

Ford Motor Company made headlines last fall with its announcement to invest $1.1 billion in Kansas City manufacturing facilities. Shortly afterward, they awarded the contract for the handling and purchase of the onsite scrap production to Ferrous Processing & Trading. The all-new integrated stamping plant, Ford’s first in the US in over 35 years, will… Read more »