Located at 22 Manchester Road in Derry, NH, Recore Trading Company, L.L.C. does everything in house—de-canning, milling, sampling and lab analysis of any size lot. This gives Recore a distinct advantage over any other converter buyer and has made us the strongest buyer of scrap catalytic converters in the Northeast and beyond! We have the precious metals experience including our exclusive assay based knowledge to group similar metal content cats together and process them that way for maximum return. All of our customers are consistently seeing significantly higher returns for their product. We are known for our prompt, courteous and friendly service with immediate cash payment. Whether you are a large or small automotive recycler, repair facility, scrap yard, towing company or an individual, we welcome the opportunity to earn your business. We have demonstrated a strong commitment to our customer’s satisfaction by treating others how we want to be treated.
Do you have vehicles that need to be crushed. With your commitment to sell your flats and converters to us, Recore will loan you their car crusher for FREE! You get your cars crushed for FREE and top dollar for your products. If you are not comfortable crushing your own vehicles, for a small fee Recore Trading will come and crush them for you.
Download Newsletter The thieves and scumbags are at it again. Recently we have seen a few of our suppliers generating late model diesel converters that have NO value. These converters look fine since they have full ceramic biscuits in them and appear normal in every other way.
Download Newsletter Where should I look to see if my scrap catalytic converters prices are up down or sideways? This is a question I hear quite often. In the past people would look to the commodity pricing of Platinum (PT), and they would have been correct.
A couple of months ago we ran a step up and meet article on Tom's Foreign Auto Parts in Waterbury, CT. Jim Eitvydas is the owner of the business and a friend of mine. I met Jim a number of years ago at one of the industry trade shows.
There is a significant delay in time between when I write this column and the time it gets to you. For this reason I try not to write about market conditions since inevitably the conditions have changed (sometimes dramatically) in the 30 days it takes to get the newsletter from me to you.
Like many of you I watched a lot of the recent collector car auctions on TV recently. These happen every year at this time and are broadcast and rebroadcast several times. When we are in the dead of winter these auctions provide good entertainment and bring back many memories. I'm sure my wife is sick of hearing me say "I had a Chevelle or Corvette or El Camino etc. just like that one".