Wholesale trade of stainless steel and non-ferrous scrap metals is our core business
We purchase scrap from companies that buy it from individuals (that is from popular ‘scrap yards’, from manufacturers, which during their production process generate metal wastes, as well as from businesses that dismantle the infrastructure (demolition scrap, worn rails, etc.). The collected material is cleaned, sorted and sent by ships or rail to steel mills in Europe and Asia
Cronimet PL is a part of an international group – Cronimet Holding, which has branches all over the world. We successfully operates on the Polish market since 2003. Our high operating standards and quality of services enables us, year after year, to acquire more and more customers and achieve a leading market position. Our experience and efforts are confirmed by ISO 9001: 2008 and ISO 14001:2004 and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 certificates in the field of recycling alloy steel and non-ferrous metals scrap.
Currently, Cronimet PL has four branches – in Klopot near Inowroclaw, in Herby near Czestochowa, in Mielec and in Szczecin, where we have a modern trans-shipment terminal with our own yard and wharf, which enables the trans-shipment from railway carriages to ships. Three hectares of surface and the most modern equipment for sorting and loading scrap directly on vessels allows the company’s expansion to international markets.
The investment financed with the EU
The Company CRONIMET PL carried out the investment project “Construction of installations for the recovery of waste (scrap steel, alloy steels and non-ferrous metals) in Klopot. This project was granted under Measure 4.6 Priority IV Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2007-2013. The Implementing Authority is The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, and has been completed at the end of 2012. The maximum eligible expenditure amounts was PLN 14,587,070
We have also carried out the investment project “Construction of a new plant for the preparation of waste containing Ni, Cr and Mo for the recycling process,” which was co-financed by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management under Measure 3.3. “Waste management other than municipal”. The total value of the eligible costs of the Project was 13,051,300 PLN, and was completed at end of 2014.