Global Markets Unstable But Raw Metal Corp Still Paying Best Prices For Scrap

By 11 August, 2015 No Comments

Despite the ongoing slump in global metal prices, Raw Metal Corp continues to invest in building its business and improving efficiencies throughout its operations.

Raw Metal Corp was established just over a year ago as the latest venture from Todd Wanless who has more than 15 years’ experience in the recycling industry.

In the last year, global metal prices (iron ore) have plunged by more than half to the point where it is now cheaper to buy new processed metal rather than recycled in some countries.

“Metal prices are still yet to stabilise and do not look like they will this side of Christmas,” commented Raw Metal Corp Director Todd Wanless.

“On a positive note, I believe the global outlook for oil prices will also see them reducing substantially, particularly with forecasts that Iran will significantly raise its oil output by 2020. It is my view that there is no reason for oil costs to go up, and this will help to reduce the processing costs of other commodities including iron ore.”

The Raw Metal Corp team has a strong focus on maximising its operational efficiencies in order to maintain its commitment to still paying the most competitive prices for scrap metal. To help this it continues to invest in state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment to streamline its processes.

“Because we export direct to our international customers, and we concentrate on achieving continual improvements in our systems and service, we will always pay very competitive prices for scrap metal anywhere in Brisbane and through our partners throughout Australia.

No one can beat our fast cash today payments and second to none service.”

Raw Metal Corp buys and collects scrap metals from domestic and commercial users including ferrous metals (such as construction materials, heavy and light steel, white goods, roofing iron and motor vehicles) and non-ferrous metals (such as aluminum, copper, electric motors, radiators and batteries).  It then exports recycled materials direct to customers in Asia and India.

If you need to get rid of scrap metal, don’t shop around – contact Raw Metal Corp for the most competitive prices and cash in your pocket today.

Contact Raw Metal Corp on 1300 RAW METAL or 1300 729 638 or visit them at 1156 Boundary Road, Wacol Qld 4076. www.rawmetalcorp.com.au