Ocean China suing over scrap quality
Dec 18, 2009 | 10:06 AM
| Lisa Gordon
A scrap metal exporter is suing a supplier for allegedly delivering what was supposed to be stainless steel scrap that instead turned out to be cast iron.
Ocean China Import & Export Trading Inc., Orlando, Fla., filed the lawsuit against Wright's Auto Parts & Metals LLC, Gates, Tenn., in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
The buyer and exporter alleges that it received a pair of orders that didn't conform to specifications.
The first order involved used and defective golf club shafts. A Wright employee forwarded photographs of the shafts, with claims that they were composed of 30-percent nickel, 62-percent iron and 3-percent chromium, according to the court complaint.....
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