Metal Movers: Battle for the US scrap throne

Author Argus

Listen to the inaugural episode of the Metal Movers podcast series. This episode covers the US scrap market, spotlighting recent acquisitions and mergers.

The US scrap metal recycling industry is undergoing a wave of consolidation, with mergers and acquisitions driven by scrap-hungry and cash-flush steel mills ramping up over the last few months—with so much competition that it is beginning to feel a bit like a certain dragon-filled HBO drama.

In the debut episode of the Metal Movers podcast, Argus Editor Blake Hurtik and Vice President of Business Development Jennifer Betts discuss the flurry of activity, what it means and what’s to come.

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