Scrapping Old Ways And Looking for New Ones

Sundaramoorthy, Geeta
June 2001
Business News New Jersey;06/05/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 23, p14
Focuses on Hugo Neu Schnitzer East, a recycling company based in Jersey City, New Jersey. Recycling of scrap metal purchased from automobile dealers for use as raw material in steel manufacturing; Impact of drop in prices of scrap metal; Financial performance of company; Diversification of revenue stream; Plan of off loading freighters carrying break bulk metal cargoes.


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