One of the most difficult parts about recycling scrap metal is the transportation and logistics that are necessary. Even cars, while much smaller in comparison to trucks, barges, and railcars, can seem impossible for an individual or company to move when the car is no longer running and other forms of transportation aren’t accessible.  We handle all of the transportation and logistics associated with decommissioning, dismantling, and crushing your old and used scrap metal.

We have the staff and resources to handle all components of transportation and logistics to move ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal to our facility. We use our own fleet of trucks, and towing vehicles to ensure on-time and effective transportation.


The process of determining how we will deconstruct and move large scrap metal, starts with an assessment. We not only want to determine the best method to move scrap, but also ensure scrap metal is safe for workers to handle before the deconstruction process. From there, there are a few options for deconstruction. We work with a vast network of logistic providers and professionals who design efficient scrap metal recycling programs that keep scrap metal transportation simple, while also maximizing returns.  We prioritize safety and environmental regulation adherence throughout the process.