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Allan Goldstein

AMG Resources

Allan Goldstein began his career in 1974 as a corporate attorney with a leading New Jersey law firm and, two years later, was elected partner at another prominent New Jersey firm, where he specialized in mergers and acquisitions. While continuing to practice law, Allan assumed management of an industrial tinplate scrap company operating in the New York/New Jersey area that had been founded by his father.  Throughout the 1980s, Allan expanded his business interests by opening a wholesale non-ferrous scrap business in Newark, N.J. and starting a company specializing in the refurbishment and recycling of computer mainframes.

Allan left the practice of law and entered the scrap industry on a full-time basis in 1988, when he formed AMG Resources in order to acquire the metals division of Vulcan Materials.  AMG Resources initially specialized in the detinning of tinplate scrap at three locations in the U.S. and two locations in the U.K.  Under Allan’s leadership, AMG Resources has expanded far beyond its detinning roots, growing into one of the world’s largest full-service scrap processing and brokerage companies.  In addition, AMG Resources has become a major marketer of prime and secondary steel and, through its International Steel & Counterweights affiliate, the country’s largest manufacturer of steel counterweights.

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