U.S. Scrap Metal Available For Export
Below is our FOB yard price and specifications for select scrap metals - subject to change.
We are sorry to announce but as of 01/01/2012 Packson Atlantic will no longer offer CIF terms to new clients.
Transportation assistance is offered under separate contract and charter by sister corporation should you request it.
Minimum Spot or Term purchase: 1,000/gt ferrous - 100/gt non-ferrous
PRICE & SPECIFICATION 04/09/2012
Ferrous Scrap Metal
Scrap #1 Busheling $390.00 gt
Scrap #1 Baling $355.00 gt
Scrap Plate and Struct 2'x 5' $370.00 gt
Scrap Plate and Struct scrap (unprep) $345.00 gt
Scrap Heavy Melt 2'x 5' $310.00 gt
Scrap Heavy Melt scrap (unprep) $285.00 gt
Scrap Yard Cast(breakable) $285.00 gt
Scrap Sheet Iron $250.00 gt
Scrap Crushed Cars (Full trailer loads) $240.00 gt*
Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal
Scrap Bare Bright Copper $3.27 lb
Scrap #1 Copper $3.17 lb
Scrap #2 Copper $3.00 lb
Scrap insul Hvy Wire 85% Recovery $2.56 lb
Scrap insulated Light Wire 50% Recovery $1.10 lb
Scrap Alum-CU Rads(clean) $1.50 lb
Nickel Alloy Scrap Metal
Scrap Ni Solids (clean) $7.50 lb
Scrap 304 (18-8) $0.81 lb
Scrap 316 (16-10) $1.09 lb
Scrap Carbide Insert $11.00 lb
Scrap M-1 $0.82 lb
Scrap M-2 $0.93 lb
Scrap M-42 $1.30 lb
Scrap H-13 $0.18 lb
Scrap Titanium 6-4 Clips $3.21 lb
Upon review of above, should you require a full disclosure including current price quote, please feel free to submit your request along with contact credentials and include Proof of Funds Letter drawn on U.S. Bank evidencing value equal to or greater than intended monthly purchase.
The metal recycling industry encompasses a wide range of metals. The more frequently recycled metals are scrap steel, iron (ISS), lead, aluminum, copper, stainless steel and zinc. There are two main categories of metals: ferrous and nonferrous. Metals which contain iron in them are known as Ferrous where metals without iron are nonferrous. (ISRI Common nonferrous metals are copper, brass, aluminum, zinc, magnesium, tin, nickel, and lead. Nonferrous metals also include precious and exotic metals.
The United States recycles more than 75 million metric tons of scrap metals every year. In 2008 it exported 28.5 million metric tons or less than half its annual production thereby making America the only nation in the world large enough to supply both its domestic needs and export requests.