Tag Archives: Buyers of recycled catalytic converters

June 2020 Newsletter


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.

April 2020 Newsletter

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.

March 2020 Newsletter

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.

February 2020 Newsletter

Download Newsletter At Recore we buy from a variety of types of suppliers of catalytic converters. Some are salvage yards, some are rebuilders, some are industrial, and some are converter buyers. The vast majority of our suppliers are salvage yards; however, even though they are all categorized as salvage yards, they differ greatly. We see Read More […]

January 2020 Newsletter

Download Newsletter–https://www.recoretrading.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/January-2020-Newsletter.pdf Last year the auto manufacturers started to promote legislation that would serve them greatly and at the same time would put an end to the recycled auto parts business. In a few states they tested passing legislation requiring that the only “approved” parts a repairer could use in the repair of automobiles built Read More […]

December 2019 Newsletter

Download Newsletter—https://www.recoretrading.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/December-2019-Newsletter.pdf As of this writing (early November) palladium continues to impress and in a very big way. As the primary precious metal used in catalytic converters in gas powered vehicles this really affects auto recyclers.

November 2019 Newsletter

Download Newesletter There has been a lot of speculation recently as to whether the OEM car manufacturers will switch back to platinum (pt) from palladium (pd) in the building of catalytic converters. This would greatly affect recyclers and the prices they receive for scrap converters.

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