Export Global Metals sues supplier over copper yield
May 08, 2013 | 03:48 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH Export Global Metals Inc. is suing Memking Recycling Group LLC and Components & More Inc., both of Carrollton, Texas, for alleged breach of contract over the quality of shipments of computer cables to China.
Hillsboro, Ore.-based Export Global Metals purchases, processes and resells ferrous, nonferrous and electronic scrap to customers worldwide. In June and July of 2012, Export Global Metals purchased four lots totaling 270,000 pounds of computer cables with an expected yield of 35 percent copper....
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