A Leading Metal Recycling Company
Sims Metals is a business division of Sims Limited. A world leading publicly listed metal recycler, our operations encompass the buying, processing and selling of ferrous and non-ferrous recycled metals. Our metals recycling operations are geographically diverse, with operations in five continents, including the United States, Australasia and the United Kingdom, comprising a network of processing facilities, many with deep-water port access, supported by an extensive network of feeder yards from which to source recyclable ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Sims Metals buys ferrous metal from metal dealers, peddlers, auto wreckers, demolition firms and others who generate obsolete metal, and from manufacturers who generate industrial metal.
We source non-ferrous metals from manufacturers, known as production offcuts, and from generators of electricity, telecommunication service providers, as well as others, who generate obsolete metal. Peddlers and metal dealers, who collect from a variety of sources, also deliver material directly to our facilities. Sims Metals provides customized recycling services to meet the individual needs of commercial and industrial scrap metal producers. Our goal is to ensure that each client receives the same high level of customer service and efficiency. Sims Metals services are customized to maximize each scrap provider’s net scrap revenues. Our services include:
- Fair-market scrap metal prices
- State and federally certified scales
- Accountability and control procedures including numbered and dated receipts, certified scale tickets and checks that reference both the receipt and scale tickets
- Weighing programs – no cost weighing procedures
- Simple techniques to upgrade the value of your material
- Over 100 years of experience in the metal recycling industry
Our facilities are capable of handling a wide variety of ferrous and nonferrous metals, combined with years of experience to handle any job for your business. We service accounts nationally and internationally, and buy material from scrap metal dealers throughout the world.