When CJ’s not driving for NASCAR Xfinity Series, we kick him out of the office and he goes demo’ing
CJ met up with third-generation owner Steve Solomon at Solomon Metals Corp., one of the leading non-ferrous scrap wholesalers, brokers, and processors in the Northeast. Yes, Steve uses X-550 on a daily basis. Yes, he has confidence in what he ships out. Yes, he’s been able to take full advantage of aluminum prices. And, yes, Steve gives CJ one of the best ribbings we’ve seen in a long time about his NASCAR Xfinity Series races (watch it below). Invite CJ to your scrapyard for a demo, become a customer, and take full advantage of the new standard in scrap sorting.
CJ recently stopped by Harding Metals to see Eds and the Harding family and test some of their most common and most challenging materials. From the video, we’re not really sure if CJ’s doing more working or playing in his visits—when you ask CJ to come by, remind him to bring coffee and doughnuts with him! And thank you to our friends at Harding Metals, a scrapyard family to the core—recycling more than 10 million pounds of material a month— they are one of New England’s largest family-owned scrap metal recyclers, working together as a family since 1963.
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