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Leadership

Metro Alloys is proudly a family owned and operated U.S. business. Our executives and management are career professionals in the industrial scrap metal industry and actively involved in day-to-day operations of the company. As a result, there’s never more than one management step between your business and ours.

 

Executives

Neil H. Berman, President & CEO
Ozzie F. Berman, Vice President
Bruce H. Berman, Vice President
Gary B. Kamp, Vice President
Marvin J. Fish, Vice President

Management

Abby Frank – Scrap Management
Bobby Woljevach – Fleet & Safety
Stan Fallin – Ferrous
Mike Jones – Non-ferrous
John Miller – Non-ferrous
Sam Foster – Xpress Recycling
Gary Hopper – Customer Service
Alan Daniel – Buyer
Brandy Hearn – Buyer
Mark Stevens – Buyer

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Stainless Scrap Demand to Increase

Apr 18, 2018 – Mill demand for stainless scrap in the U.S. and E.U. is expected to increase during 2018. LME nickel prices are up more than 40% since the beginning of 2017.

Aluminum Prime Prices Soar, Scrap Prices Steady

Apr 16, 2018 – U.S. Treasury Department sanctions on aluminum coupled with U.S. import tariffs started last month sent prime prices soaring for mill-grade aluminum tags last week.

April Ferrous Scrap Rises, Prices Mixed Regionally

Apr 6, 2018 – Ferrous scrap moved higher by $10-20/GT during domestic trading this week with prices diverging across regional markets.

Industry News

Metro Alloys, ISRI

Top Supplier

Metro Alloys, Alcoa Aluminum