Located at 4 Bridle Bridge Rd, Hudson, 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 Yes, this virus has been devastating to our lives and I feel deeply for those who have lost people close to them. The disruption to our lives has been something beyond anything we could have imagined happening in this country.
Download Newsletter We have all enjoyed fantastic converter pricing over the past couple of years. Just this year we saw palladium hit an all-time high. Since the manufacturers have been increasing palladium content in converters over the past 15-20 years the sky high pd prices have put converters at all-time highs.
Download Newsletter Back in January I attended the ARA Annual State Legislative Summit in Nashville, TN as the representative from ATRA of NH. This was a full day of discussion and planning for the year ahead. ARA president Chad Counselman led the meeting. ARA was represented by Chad, Sandy Blalock, Delanne Bernier and Scott Robertson.