• 4/21-25/2015

    Upcoming Conventions: ISRI 2015 Convention & Exposition: Allied Alloys will be exhibiting at the 2015 ISRI Convention in Vancouver, Canada during April 21-25. Please stop by our booth # 501 and visit with us. To make an appointment to speak with someone in regards to our products and services, please email us at contact@alliedalloys.com. For more information on the convention please visit: http://www.isri.org/about-isri/isri-events-and-education/isri-convention-2015 We look forward to seeing you there!

  • 1/27-30/2015

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    Scrap-Ed/Maintainence
    2015 ISRI Gulf Coast Chapter Winter Seminar
    Join industry specialists for:

    A full day of hands-on training at Waukesha-Pearce Ind., Inc.
    Two full days of maintainence seminars on equipment & safety
    Facility Tour of Southern Core Recycling

  • 1/16/2015

    Dallas Operations

    Janurary 16, 2015

    “Dallas Operations” will be closing Friday January 16, 2015. Allied Alloys will consolidate all of Dallas’s business into our Houston location. This move is in response to the current economy and will position Allied Alloys for future growth. We appreciate the collaboration and team work of our Allied Alloys employees in managing this transition.

  • 10/14/2014

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    Allied Alloys announced the acquisition of Blue Alloys, a stainless steel and specialty alloys processor based in LaGrange, Kentucky. The purchase of the former Blue Alloys, now to be known as Allied Alloys Midwest, became effective as of 1 September 2014. Allied Alloys Midwest will be managed by an ownership group comprising the former management of Blue Alloys, members of Allied Alloys, and Andrew Yaffe. This collaboration allows Allied Alloys to extend its commitment to customer service into the Midwest, ensuring continued and expanded supply of material for the USA mills while adding a fifth processing facility for delivery by suppliers. By adding the facility in LaGrange to Allied Alloys’ existing facilities in Houston, Dallas and Los Angeles, Allied Alloys will extend its ability to serve domestic and international customers and suppliers. “We are thrilled with the investment by the members. We look forward to elevating the experience of our consumers and expanding our reach through new synergies and product development,” said Steve Jones, president of Allied Alloys Midwest. “Through this collaboration with Allied Alloys Midwest, we will better serve and offer more outlets to the recycling sector. Our mission is enhanced by our diversified ownership’s legacy of excellence and international reach,” said Mitch Greenberg, co-founder of Allied Alloys.

  • 9/1/2014

    We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Blue Alloys, a stainless steel and specialty alloys processor based in LaGrange, Kentucky. Our purchase of the former Blue Alloys, LLC, now to be known as Allied Alloys Midwest,1 is effective as of September 1, 2014. Allied Alloys Midwest an ownership group comprised of the former management of Blue Alloys, members of Allied Alloys, and Mr. Andrew Yaffe. This collaboration allows Allied Alloys to extend its commitment to customer service into the Midwest, ensuring continued and expanded supply of material for the USA mills while adding a 5th processing facility for delivery by suppliers. By adding the Allied Alloys Midwest facility in LaGrange, Kentucky to Allied Alloys’ existing facilities in Houston, Dallas, and Los Angeles, Allied Alloys will extend its ability to serve domestic and international customers and suppliers. “We are thrilled with the investment by the members. We look forward to elevating the experience of our consumers and expanding our reach through new synergies and product development,” said Steve Jones, President of Allied Alloys Midwest. “Through this collaboration with Allied Alloys Midwest, we will better serve and offer more outlets to the recycling sector. Our mission is enhanced by our diversified ownership’s legacy of excellence and international reach,” said Mitch Greenberg, Co-Founder of Allied Alloys. “We look forward to building our future together.” Allied Alloys Midwest brings together the substantial knowledge and experience of Andrew Yaffe, Mitch Greenberg, Mukesh Turakhia, Adam Gutow-Ellis, Steve Jones and Terry Hancock. Allied Alloys will continue to map out strategic growth domestically and internationally, bridging the gap for secondary nickel units, air-melt and vacuum alloys.

  • 7/1/2010

    Allied Alloys, a privately-held metal recycling and processing company announced today the acquisition of Nico Alloys, a specialist in the processing of nickel-based scrap metal, with operations in Los Angeles, California and a corporate office in Northern California The acquisition will provide Allied Alloys with a presence in California, which will better allow it to serve their customers in the Far East and Asia. “The addition extends the gateway to the west, experienced talent, and a great reputation” proclaimed Jeremy Blachman, COO and CFO of Allied Alloys. “It is a strategic addition to the nickel-based scrap metal processing and blending that we already perform, with the addition of new capabilities that will extend our industry leadership.” Larry Levine, Founder and majority owner of Nico Alloys commented, “We are so happy to be part of the Allied Alloys family. The knowledge, expertise and experience that Allied Alloys has will benefit our suppliers and customers”. Denyse MacMillan, a partner at Nico Alloys added, “Allied is a recognized leader in the scrap metal industry, and we are proud to be a part of their team.” Allied Alloys is a privately-held, full-service metal recycling and processing company, that also has a marketing alliance with Titan Metals for international brokerage of scrap, has four facilities and is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with an additional location in Dallas, Texas. Allied Alloys specializes in custom blends for stainless and specialty mills. It offers its customers an in-house laboratory, detailed traceability of materials, customized programs and extensive warehouse space for processing and storage. Their operation serves buyers and sellers around the world. For further information about Allied Alloys, or this transaction, contact Nidhi Turakhia at 713.643-6966 or contact@alliedalloys.com

  • 2009

    With hopes to even further develop their international business to include ferrous, non-ferrous and secondary reusable metals, Adam and Mitch approached another Houston based scrap metal company, Titan Metals Corporation, in 2008.

    On May 28, 2009, Allied Alloys and Titan Metals Corporation officially created their joint partnership to create the Allied Alloys of today. The combined experience, expertise and relationships represented by the three component companies has created a perfect blend of extensive relationships and a capacity to move large volumes of metal on a global scale. Allied Alloys provides their buyers and suppliers with strong pricing, proven material, and solid customer service. Our unique process for valuing components delivers true value for sellers and buyers.

  • 2006

    In 2006, SPC and AMG merged to create Allied Alloys.

  • 2001

    Titan Metals Corporation had been founded in 2001 by Mukesh Turakhia, a 30-year veteran of the scrap metal business. Titan Metals emerged as an industry leader because of its direct trading relationships with India, Pakistan, and other Far East markets.

  • 2000

    In 2000, Adam made a decision to expand the business into the Houston market. The timing was fortuitous as Houston local Mitch Greenberg, who was an experienced international stainless trader, had also started AMG Metals. AMG began sharing manufacturing and office space with SPC and a partnership was born.

  • 1941

    Allied Alloys traces its roots back to the 1940′s, when Albert Gutow began hauling scrap metal in Dallas, Texas. Operating as Southwestern Processors Company (SPC), Albert and his daughter Marsha ran the successful business until Marsha’s son Adam joined the company and assumed leadership responsibilities. Adam developed SPC into a processing facility that specialized in steel, stainless, and nickel alloy melt stock for the foundry industry.