Imperial Metals Inc.

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Ferrous Scrap

Ferrous scrap includes scrap metal which has a high yielding worth such as plates & structural, bonus grade scrap and new production scrap. Ferrous scrap is known for its thickness, minimum impurities and high cargo mass which makes it a first choice among the buyers, however the availability of scrap metals remain a restriction. Apart from this, in this segment, we also offer various grades of alloy steel scrap that are meant for specific user industries. Imperial Metals Inc is one of the leading names in trading of various types of scrap metal in containers. Our ferrous grade metal is used by industries all across the globe. Be it melting, commercial trading or to be further used for making high end products without the need of actually remelting the scrap metal, we have offered quality scrap metal. We have categorized varied scraps which we deals in such as baled and high residual scrap, rail road scrap, regular melting scrap, special melting scrap and re-sale-able / re-usable scrap and others.

Non Ferrous Scrap

The most commonly used non-ferrous metals are aluminium, copper, lead, zinc, nickel, titanium, cobalt, chromium and precious metals. All these metals are sourced from renowned and industrialized companies and complete inspection is done at the time of loading each container in order to attain maximum satisfaction. We are backed by quality analysts and inspection controllers who ensure that each item is at par with the quality standards. All these items are divided and sold as per the requisite ISRI codes. Moreover, we maintain complete transparency on quality of these items with our clients before the order is finalized. 


  • Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing the material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state. Imperial Metals Inc. is new in the sphere of paper scrap category and has already carved a niche in the scrap market, by exporting high volumes within a stipulated time frame. 
  • The process of waste paper recycling most often involves mixing used /old paper with water and chemicals to break it down. It is then chopped up and heated, which breaks it down further into strands of cellulose, a type of organic plant material; this resulting mixture is called pulp, or slurry.
  • Wood Product

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