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Mission & Values

Metro Alloys, Industrial ProgramsMetro Alloys began operations in 1982 with a customer-focused business plan and a vision to develop innovative ways for processing and marketing scrap and secondary metals.

Our mission became our motto: forging relationships with our customers and producing results for their industrial scrap metal programs.

We accomplish this by following a standard of excellence for our customers that focuses on superior service, exceptional marketing of their industrial scrap metal on a worldwide basis, and environmental sensitivity that ensures safe and responsible handling of their material.

When it comes to handling your account, our team is passionate about learning and knowing more about your business, your manufacturing processes, your metal recycling needs than anyone else in the business. It’s simply how we do business and how we build successful partnerships. Our core values for customer service, team professionalism, industry leadership and business integrity reflect this and underlies our daily operations.

Core Values

  • Customer Service: Personalized, Attentive, Flexible, Prompt
  • Team Professionalism: Dependable, Experienced, Innovative, Committed
  • Industry Leadership: Technology, Equipment, Safety, Environment
  • Business Integrity: Trusted, Respected, Transparent, Reliable
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U.S. Aluminum Scrap Prices Steady

Oct 8, 2018 – With secondary aluminum scrap prices now holding mostly steady, U.S. zorba prices are providing some near-term sanguine even with most major prices having fallen to 9-year lows.

U.S. Ferrous Scrap Shakes Slide

Oct 6, 2018 – Ferrous scrap prices shook off their two-month slide in domestic trading this week settling $10-20/GT higher against September levels.

U.S. Stainless Tags Level Out

Oct 4, 2018 – U.S. stainless scrap prices flattened this week even as a drop in the value of chrome threatened to further weaken the stainless market.

Aluminum Scrap Prices Drift Lower

Aug 8, 2018 – U.S. aluminum scrap prices move lower with only some secondary aluminum alloys resisting the otherwise dramatic drop in the aluminum market the past few months.

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