U.S. Scrap Steel Cutting Companies

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Oxbow Steel International LLC
1601 Forum Place # 1400
Concord CA 94520
(925) 338-2300

Oxbow Steel International LLC is a privately held company in Concord, CA and is a Headquarters business.
Newell Recycling Of Savannah LLC
1359 Central Avenue
Atlanta GA 30344
(404) 766-1621
Carter And Sons Scrap Inc
301 Gillon Road
Etoile KY 42131
(270) 427-4298
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Downriver Torching Service
750 South Deacon St.
Detroit MI 48217
(313) 554-1888
G3 Steel Group
1633 Kirkton Drive
Troy MI 48083
(248) 524-0192
Seymour Brown Investment Co Inc
801 North John St.
Goldsboro NC 27530
(919) 731-5600
Tianjin kangqian International Trade Co.,Ltd
Room 2103,TEDA Central Hotel No.16 3rd Avenue,TEDA,Tianjin,China
New York NY 12345
(512) 555-6789

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Country Fresh Farm
409 Exchange St.
Alden NY 14004
(716) 937-7202
Yaffe Metals
7300 Charles Page Boulevard
Tulsa OK 74127
(918) 245-0257
Steel Concepts
6511 Leasa Court
Garland TX 75048
(972) 495-9130
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