Services

By: Commercial Metals  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Metals, Transport Large Items

Commercial Metals

324 Neilson Street
PO Box 12286 Penrose
Auckland, New Zealand, 1642

Phone + 09 634 5450
Facsimile + 09 634 5008

Hours of Operation

Office
Monday to Friday
7:30am to 5:00pm

Yard
Monday to Friday
7:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday
8:00am to 12:00pm

In Yard

Many of our customers opt to bring their metals directly into our site, where they are weighed and unloaded for you by one of our friendly staff. Our yard is fully equipped with electronic (certified and approved) weighbridges and scales, as well as excavators and forklifts to ensure quick and effortless unloading. Customers who present photo identification can be paid out in cash for their metals on the spot. We also are happy to pay by cheque or direct credit the balance to your bank account.

Collection & Bin Services

We offer a wide range of bins for commerical use (from 1m3 to 30m3), whether it is for a one off collection or a regular service. Generally there is no charge for placement of our bins, however please contact our office if you are interested in a bin service so that we can discuss your needs with you (some conditions may apply).

For larger collections, such as farm and commerical sites, we  operate a fleet of trucks which are equipped with hiab cranes. This enables us to uplift and transport large items of scrap and surplus equipment, providing a unique and convenient service for our customers.

We are also able to design and provide bins specifically built for purpose. Please contact our office if you are interested in a bin service so that we can discuss your needs with you (some conditions may apply).

On Site

We are also able to provide experienced people to assist with demolition or specialised cutting of material (including stainless steels on your site if required).

Keywords: Metals, Transport Large Items

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Products

The use of state of the art analytical equipment allows us to understand the composition of scrap we are purchasing, thereby providing high quality feedstock for foundries as well as ensuring that scrap producers are realistically rewarded for more valuable scrap.