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Powerhand VRS enters North American market

Powerhand is well known in the vehicle recycling industry across UK and Europe for their range of vehicle recycling grabs and attachments, particularly their VRS car dismantling machine. The VRS dismantles cars and extracts valuable materials such as copper wiring loom, aluminium radiators, heavy steel components and catalytic convertors in a fraction of the time it can be done manually.

Nucor affiliates announce two acquisitions

Nucor Corporation announced two acquisitions recently on behalf of The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ). The addition of these new recycling locations, representing a 10% growth in capacity, is consistent with Nucor’s growth strategy and demonstrates our commitment to expanding the regional recycling platforms supporting our steel mills.

Collaboration: In it to win it – combatting auto parts theft

Auto parts theft is a global problem and one which is never likely to be completely eradicated, but what should be focused on to improve this situation? Frank Cutruzzola, President and Director of Cyber Investigations at W3 Intelligence Research Group Inc, a licensed private investigation agency based in Canada, provides us with his views about how working together is key in helping to combat this issue.

Redwood Materials and Ford Motor Company Announce Strategic Relationship

Redwood’s mission is to create a circular supply chain for batteries and help partners across the electric vehicle and clean energy industries with pathways, processes, and technologies to recycle and remanufacture lithium-ion batteries. The company announced that we’ll be working with Ford Motor Company to create a closed-loop for battery recycling and a domestic supply chain for critical battery materials.