Posted: April 8th, 2013 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Good Recycling Practices, Marketing, Recycling Innovations, Sustainability, Urban Mining | Tags: BR, Brass Fittings. Inferior Metals, downgraded product, Made Overseas, Manufacturing Sector, Offshore Manufacturing, Opportunity, Scrapped In North America | No Comments »
An article on television recently featured an interview with the owner of a company that manufactured brass fittings in the Northeastern United States. He had seen his business erode over the past number of years at an alarming rate as he was, in his own words, out-gunned by products manufactured in low cost centres in Asia.
But rather than give up in frustration or give in and have his production moved offshore, like many other North American manufacturers have done, he decided to tighten his belt and stick to his guns. His decision was prompted to some extent by stories that he was hearing of failed products made offshore and he believed that, in the long run, the quality of the “Made in America” products that his company produced would prevail.
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Is The Tide Finally Turning For The North American Manufacturing Industry?
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Posted: December 27th, 2012 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Marketing, Scrap Copper Recycling, Scrap Metal Recycling, Urban Mining | Tags: BlackRock, copper, Copper Commodity, JP Morgan, london metal exchange, Securities and Exchange Commission, Stock Market, Stock Market Investment | No Comments »
#1 Copper. A hot commodity in the worlds of both recycling and finance.
Copper is certainly one of the most favoured commodities that our customers like to trade with us. At current prices of around $3.25/lb for millberry (brite, copper wire) and $3.10/lb for no 1 copper even a small amount of weight adds up very quickly. This is particularly handy at this time of year and in fact, many people will accumulate copper material and sell it to us in time to coincide with the gift giving season that is now upon us.
Posted: April 26th, 2011 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Marketing, Uncategorized | Tags: construction newspapers, construction sites, editorial, project information, trade publications | No Comments »
Like any other business, we at Peel Scrap Metal Recycling need to get our message out to the various types of businesses that make up our customer base. To do that effectively and efficiently, we determine our target groups, the message we want to send and then source the right type of placement and medium.
With so many types of communication media and crossover strategies available today, it can certainly be a challenge to navigate the vast advertising streams and to do so within a landscape that is constantly changing.
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Vertical Publications – The Lifeblood Of A Successful Business
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