The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ) is pleased to announce leadership changes at three of its business units: Trademark Metals Recycling (TMR), River Metals Recycling (RMR) and Metal Recycling Services (MRS). Effective immediately, Jim Becker, current President of RMR and MRS will assume the role of President of Trademark Metals Recycling. Bob Eviston, current Vice President of Commercial for RMR and MRS will become President of River Metals Recycling and Metal Recycling Services.
Western Metals Recycling’s Englewood and Provo recycling facilities received the prestigious SHARP (Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program) designation from the U.S. Department of Labor. SHARP is the highest honor OSHA awards to businesses that demonstrate an exemplary commitment to workplace safety and health.
The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ) was named the Scrap and Recycling Industr2013-GMA-Winner-Logoy Leader at the Platts Global Metals Awards held in London on May 23. The Platts Global Metals Awards recognizes companies that excel in an industry by consistently delivering strong returns to shareholders or owners, while improving environmental efficiencies, implementing technological advances and displaying a commitment to sustainable, forward thinking solutions.
The David J. Joseph Company’s Metals Group (DJJ) and JW Aluminum are pleased to announce that effective January 21, 2013, JW Aluminum is utilizing DJJ as the primary scrap buying agent for the Mt. Holly, South Carolina aluminum manufacturing facility. JW Aluminum will continue to source scrap directly from the marketplace for its other three manufacturing facilities.
The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ) is pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2013 Craig A. Feldman will become President of DJJ with direct responsibility for all businesses and activities across the Joseph Family of Companies. Mark D. Schaefer will succeed Mr. Feldman as Executive Vice President of the Recycling Group.
On November 30, 2012, Advantage Metals Recycling (AMR) purchased the assets and business of Nuelle’s 4X4 Salvage in Higginsville, Missouri. Founded in 1986, Nuelle operates a scrap metal processing facility and a full-service used auto parts store at 19861 Outer Road near the junction of Interstate 70 and Highway 13.
Western Metals Recycling’s Salt Lake City recycling facility received the prestigious SHARP (Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program) designation from the Utah Department of Labor. SHARP is the highest honor OSHA awards to businesses that demonstrate an exemplary commitment to workplace safety and health.
On July 9, 2012, U-Pull-&-Pay (UPAP) purchased the assets and businesses for two self-serve used auto parts stores: Pic-A-Part LLC in Indianapolis and Pull-A-Part Self-Serv Auto & Truck Parts LLC in Phoenix. The Indianapolis and Phoenix locations have been operating under current ownership since 2007 and 2004, respectively.
At the second annual American Metal Market Awards for Aluminum Excellence ceremony on June 12, 2012, The David Joseph Company (DJJ) was named as “Aluminum Scrap Supplier of the Year”. According to Terry Rath, Vice President of DJJ’s Metals Group, “It is a distinct honor for DJJ to receive this award.
Western Metals Recycling (WMR) is celebrating its newly expanded nonferrous metal recycling facility at 4201 West 700 South in Salt Lake City. The new state-of-the-art 24,000 square foot covered nonferrous metal recycling facility offers the general public drive through recycling that is fast, friendly, and makes it easy to “go green” and recycle. Western Metals Recycling (WMR) is the largest full-service metals recycler in the Intermountain West.
The Safety Council of the Ozarks, a regional branch of the National Safety Council, recognized Advantage Metals Recycling’s unwavering focus on safety in the workplace by awarding six AMR scrap metal recycling facilities the prestigious 2012 Corporate Safety Award. To win the Safety Award, AMR’s safety practices and accident rates had to stand out from the rest of the industry.
U-Pull-&-Pay (UPAP) is proud to announce Community Days, April 23- 24, at their 426 W. Seymour Avenue store, with donations benefitting the Carthage Community. All citizens from across the tri-state area are invited to join in the planned events which include:
On March 12, 2012, Metal Recycling Services, wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), a Cincinnati-based subsidiary of Nucor Corporation, purchased the assets and business of State Line Scrap Metal. Founded in 1991, State Line Scrap Metal operates a full-service scrap processing facility (including an automobile shredder) at 5401 S. York Highway, Gastonia, North Carolina and one Marion, North Carolina feeder yard.
River Metals Recycling (RMR), Greensburg, IN is proud to “be green” and partner with the local community by supporting the Decatur County Community Foundation (DCCF) “ReLeaf” drive. RMR contributed to DCCF’s ReLeaf program, which will help replace the numerous trees lost around the greater Greensburg area during the May 2011 severe storms. With the DCCF matching program (matching all gifts received dollar for dollar up to $15,000), RMR’s gift will buy about 20 good sized trees which will be professionally planted.
On January 30, 2012, Western Metals Recycling (WMR), wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), a Cincinnati-based subsidiary of Nucor Corporation, purchased the assets and business of Van Gundy’s AMPCO. Van Gundy’s operates a full service ferrous and nonferrous recycling facility at 645 4th Avenue, Grand Junction, Colorado.
On January 23, 2012, Trademark Metals Recycling (TMR), wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), a Cincinnati-based subsidiary of Nucor Corporation, purchased the assets and business of Gulf Coast Metals, headquartered in Tampa, Florida. Established in 1981, Gulf Coast Metals operates 4 facilities, including Florida’s largest secondary aluminum melting operation located at 6912 E. 9th Avenue in Tampa.
The David J. Joseph Company is a subsidiary of Nucor, North America’s largest recycler. Headquartered in Cincinnati, DJJ is a world leader in scrap metal brokerage, ferrous and nonferrous metal recycling and transportation services. Founded in 1885, DJJ employs over 2,100 worldwide.
Founded in 1885, DJJ is one of the largest scrap brokers/processors in the United States and is celebrating over 125 years of excellence in scrap brokerage, recycling and transportation services. Nucor and affiliates are manufacturers of steel products, with operating facilities primarily in the U.S. and Canada.
On May 12, 2011, five of Advantage Metals Recycling’s (AMR) scrap metal recycling facilities received the prestigious 2011 Corporate Safety Award from The Safety Council of the Ozarks, a regional branch of the National Safety Council.
On April 15, 2011, River Metals Recycling (RMR) celebrated the grand opening of its newly expanded scrap metal recycling plant at 2045 River Road. The facility offers an additional four paved acres for customers to recycle any ferrous or nonferrous scrap metal.