Globe Metal Inc opens new Pittsburgh office

October 8, 2013

Globe Metal Inc., Montreal, Canada, a specialist in metal recovery and metal recycling, has announced the opening of a new office in Pittsburgh, PA, USA, to support and service the increasing US demand within the thermal spray recycling division. The division focuses on recycling overspray, spent powder, grinding sludge, chips, floor sweep, and filters for thermal spray shops.


Richard Mason joins the

Globe Metal team and heads

the new Pittsburgh office

“We have wanted to strengthen our presence in the industrial oil and gas and aerospace coating markets for some time and the market potential for our services in the United States is significant,” stated Jeff Solomon, President and CEO of Globe Metal, Inc. “Establishing an office in Pittsburgh provides an excellent location and will give us a direct sales channel that will better serve our current and potential customers.”

The Globe Metal US office will be led by Richard Mason who has recently joined the company. Mason has a wealth of experience in specialty metals sales and marketing as well as a strong background in the thermal spray and Powder Metallurgy industries. “His experience in the metal powder industry for recycling applications requires a consultative approach, which is an ideal match for the Globe Metal business model,” added Solomon.

Globe Metal, Inc. has been in the business of recycling metal since 1974. The company specialises in extracting valuable metals from industrial generated wastes such as metal powders, metallic sludge, grinding swarf, filter cake, metal fines and metal dust.  The company specialises in recycling high temperature alloys, tungsten carbide, stainless steel and nickel scrap.

In USA contact: Richard P Mason, New Business and Market Development, Pittsburgh Office

Phone: 1 724 554 9439

[email protected]  

All other enquiries contact: Globe Metal, Sainte-Catherine, Montral, Canada

Phone: 1 450 635 9397

[email protected]  

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