Ferrous scrapyard adds nonferrous unit expansion
Nov 12, 2010 | 12:10 PM
| Sean Davidson
A Pennsylvania ferrous scrap recycler has begun a $2-million expansion adding a nonferrous recycling facility.
Staiman Recycling said it will expand its existing facility in Williamsport, Pa., to significantly improve the quality of its product and tap into a "shrinking" nonferrous scrap market. The new facility is expected to become fully operational in the second half of 2011 and result in a 30-percent increase in the company's nonferrous workforce.
Staiman will add a 30,000-square-foot warehouse to an existing 5,000-square-foot warehouse, chief financial officer Rick Piger told AMM.....
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