1. Aluminum, at one time, was more valuable then silver and gold. In the 19th century Aluminum became more precious then gold and silver because it was more difficult to attain. The French government had aluminum bars next to the crown jewels, and the minor emperor Napoleon III reserved a prized set of aluminum cutlery for special guests at banquets. In 1884 the United States capped the Washington monument with 6 pounds of Aluminum….
State Metal Industries recently expanded office facilities at our South Second Street headquarters, remodeling the first floor and adding a new second level. This additional space will allow new efficiencies for our clerical and management staff. Along with the expansion, we’ve upgraded our communications infrastructure. Both improvements will help support our growth and continuing commitment to recycling and Camden.
State Metal Industries recently celebrated its 60th anniversary. Our family business continues to grow and we’re looking forward for the next 60 years as an aluminum recyclers and state-of-the-art producer of specification aluminum ingot for the die cast, foundry and steel industries.
State Metal Industries Named to Alcoa’s Top 10 Scrap Suppliers List For Second Year in a Row, Three Of The Last Four Years An Industry-Recognized Supplier Of Standard And Specification Aluminum, State Metal Industries Melts, Recycles, And Processes Scrap Meta For the second year in a row, State Metal Industries (“SMI”), one of New Jersey’s premier aluminum recyclers, has been honored as an Alcoa top 10 aluminum supplier for 2008 by the world’s leading producer and…