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Alliance Steel buys EOS Metals

Nov 01, 2013 | 11:38 AM |

Tags  Alliance Steel Service, Jack Engle & Co., EOS Metals, nonferrous recycling, scrap recycling, Eddie Orensten, Corey Kvasnick, Michael Zweigbaum Nathan Laiberte


NEW YORK — Alliance Steel Service Co. has acquired EOS Metals Inc. from Los Angeles scrap recycler Jack Engle & Co.

Eddie Orensten, cofounder of Minneapolis-based nonferrous metals recycler EOS Metals, will head the nonferrous division at Alliance Steel, along with EOS head of nonferrous operations Corey Kvasnick, Alliance Steel said Nov. 1.

"I am very excited about the opportunity that Eddie’s vast nonferrous knowledge presents to our company and am very excited to work with him and the team he has created," Alliance Steel president Michael Zweigbaum said in a statement.

Minneapolis-based Alliance Steel services about 200 industrial accounts and provides scrap to more than 30 corporate customers in the domestic and international markets.




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