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DJJ consolidating TPR, Advantage Metals Recycling management

Keywords: Tags  David J. Joseph Company, Texas Port Recycling, Advantage Metals Recycling, Nucor, Nathan Laliberte

NEW YORK — David J. Joseph Co. (DJJ) is consolidating management responsibility for its four Texas Port Recycling (TPR) facilities with its Advantage Metals Recycling unit headquartered in Kansas City, Mo.

As part of the consolidation, the TPR senior management team is exiting the company and the Houston headquarters is closing, the company said June 27, citing ongoing efforts to improve operational efficiencies.

TPR, which has 115 employees at four recycling facilities, and Advantage Metals Recycling, which has about 350 employees at 15 recycling facilities, are wholly owned by Cincinnati-based DJJ, a subsidiary of Nucor Corp.

DJJ and its subsidiaries operate nearly 70 scrap recycling and mill service facilities, as well as nine self-serve used auto part stores.

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