With an impressive 57 years in the metal and vehicle recycling industry, Jim Maguire, the owner of Abbey Metal Recycling Limited, has years of experience dealing with fellow merchants. To gain insights into his knowledge and workings of his operation, ATF Professional recently visited one of their sites, nestled in the heart of Cinderford in Gloucestershire.
Abbey Metal Recycling Ltd sets itself apart with not one but two strategically located yards that have evolved into hubs of innovation. One of these sites specialises in processing End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs), while the other focuses on extracting wiring looms. The operation is run by a father and son duo, adding a personal touch to their services.
Drawing from decades of experience, Jim Maguire recognises the significant manpower required to prepare wiring looms for processing. However, the recent acquisition of cutting-edge machinery marks a pivotal milestone in their quest to extract and process valuable materials from these looms. Their primary focus is on copper, a highly sought-after metal in the recycling market due to its versatility and economic value.
Abbey Metal Recycling Ltd has positioned itself as a reliable destination for various types of wiring looms. They are willing to purchase clean looms with fuse boxes and plugs still intact and low-grade looms featuring Electronic Control Units (ECUs), radios, Anti-lock Braking Systems (ABS), and other components. Their comprehensive approach ensures that many customers, from individuals to businesses, can find a home for their discarded wiring materials.
By recycling wiring looms and other vehicle components, Abbey Metal Recycling Ltd contributes to the circular economy, reducing the need for new raw materials and minimising waste. Copper, a primary target for extraction from wiring looms, is a finite resource, making its recycling all the more vital.
Jim Maguire and his Abbey Metal Recycling Ltd. team understand the importance of collaboration and communication in the recycling industry. They actively encourage individuals and businesses to contact them to explore opportunities for recycling wiring looms and other materials.
You can contact Jim Maguire directly on 07979 265080 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, their website provides further information about their services and operations.