• Our in house experts have a - wealth of experience

    Our in house experts have a

    wealth of experience

We offer highly competitive rates

All our products are LME listed. We are fully hedged and can sell to a pre-determined date in the future. We buy all our products direct from producers or the London Metals Exchange (LME). It’s why we’re able to pass on maximum value to our customers and offer highly competitive rates.

We deliver outstanding service levels worldwide

We deliver all over the world according to our customers’ schedules. We’re able to offer reliability and a quick turnaround because we control the whole process, including weighing, cutting and bagging using our own machines and distribution from our own warehouses and lorries. We guarantee a 24-hour turnaround on all UK deliveries.


We solve your technical problems

Our in-house experts have a wealth of experience. They can solve technical problems regarding the melting process and will advise on good practice.


We only sell quality products

Every product we buy is BS EN ISO9001:2008 quality assured. You receive a quality certificate with every purchase.


We will never let you down

We are the oldest metals trader in the UK, with an international reputation for delivering quality, reliability and value. Our history and track record since 1830, speak for themselves.


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