Sims targets growing China scrap generation
Nov 29, 2012 | 11:00 AM
| Mark Burton
SHANGHAI Sims Metal Management Ltd. will capitalize on Chinas scrap generation through its strategic partnership with recycler Chiho-Tiande Group Ltd.
"In addition to being the largest in conventional recycling, were also the largest in electronic recycling, so we want to be a part of that story in China," Michael Lion, chairman of Sims Metal Management Asia Ltd., said Thursday on the sidelines of AMM sister publication Metal Bulletins 8th Asia Copper Conference in Shanghai. "It will be different from the West in the sense that its going to be much more integrated."....
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