There are quantities of false information in the catalytic converter recycling industry that confuses sellers. And there is information that smelters and refiners will not make known when dealing with their suppliers of autocatalyst. They don’t want to reveal their own methods of profitability.
If you are de-canning and selling a catalytic converter to a buyer, you often can’t understand why you have variations in your evaluations. You might be powerless to compete in your area against much larger de-canners who are paying more for converters.
First, the companies that pay you likely deal with the same smelter/refiner you deal with. They are often behaving towards you with better terms and evaluations than you are due to their volumes. If you are small you will have the strain of competing. You may even have other opponents doing volume and dealing with a different smelter/refiner than you. Possibly, you still will not be able to compete since they produce much higher volumes and have longtime connections with their smelter/refiner.
“The first most important factor when you sell a catalytic converter is the evaluation, not the terms! Evaluation transparency is most important! Many sellers we speak to believe they are not getting correct evaluations on their material. Some have shipped to other companies and been awarded little more than they could have sold to us in the first place.”
How We Can Support:-
As a business, we can support you in getting some the highest prices. Whether you are a long time seller or you are inquiring into selling a converter for the first time. Here is how we can help you and your business: