Reimagining what others consider useless.
The David J. Joseph Company’s story dates back to 1885 when the Joseph Joseph & Brothers Company first entered the scrap iron business. Quite a bit has changed in the scrap industry over the years. Our ability to reimagine what others consider useless has not. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Why would I want to work in the scrap industry? We get this question a lot.
The scrap industry is one of the most dynamic in the world. Global trade, economics and sociopolitical issues impact our daily operations. The board room, scrap yard and trading office are the playing fields. More than 1,800 of us around the world are empowered to lead our company forward.
We start by purchasing an end of life vehicle or appliance. We process the scrapped material and prepare it to ship to a steel mill to make a new product. All the while, we turn a profit from processing and brokering the material. This is all in a day’s work in the scrap industry.
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