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Catalytic Converter Buyer Experiences Rapid Growth

In September 2017, Key Metal Refining LLC announced it had begun a nationwide search for core buyers, junk and scrap yard owners, automotive repair shops, tow truck companies, and others sellers of used catalytic converters to establish a unique partnership.

Prior to launching the new initiative in September of 2017, Key Metal Refining was experienced rapid growth.  However, since launching the initiative, their growth has increased more rapidly.

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During the launch company president, John D. Bruno expressed that he is only interested in working with reputable people saying “We like to deal with people who are running a fair and honest operation. Who like us, believe building and sustaining relationships are important.”

 We are now buying from sellers who are located in at least 33 states, and in Canada.

Mike Crosby, Purchasing Manager

Bruno attributes its accelerated success to the relationships developed with their new customers saying “We are getting new customers who are finding us to be trustworthy and reliable to work with.  In turn, those new customers are referring their buddies and colleagues to us…it’s like a snowball effect.”

Bruno believes the financial stability of Key Metal Refining’s parent company, DOWA Metals & Mining, gives them the ability to rapidly expand nationwide asserting “our parent company, DOWA, helps us to be unlimited in our growth and capabilities.”

For more information call 609.261.1471 or visit KeyMetalRefining.com.

Key Metal Refining LLC is located at
5400 Delaware Ave
Hainesport NJ 08036

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About Key Metal Refining LLC Key Metal Refining (KMR) buys scrap catalytic converters as the raw material source for its platinum group metal sales generated through its recovery and refining process. KMR’s controlling partner is DOWA Metals and Mining Co. America, a wholly owned subsidiary of DOWA Holdings Co, Ltd. KMR de-cans catalytic converters at its plant in Hainesport New Jersey. The material is further refined and smelted by DOWA in Japan.