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Indian and German companies’ tie-up for global strategy

Indian non-ferrous specialist Nupur Recyclers has formed a strategic alliance with Germany-based HeiTec Rohstoffe to strengthen and grow their metal businesses worldwide.

The pair say their ‘strategy understanding agreement’ will aid metal buyers and sellers with improved margins. NRL and HeiTec Rohstoffe want to strengthen and expand their metal recycling and processing businesses by working together to outsource the raw material and support each other in all aspects.  

It is also looking to bring innovation and advancement to the operational capabilities of metal recycling in India. Rajesh Gupta, founder and md of Nupur Recyclers, insists the companies will benefit at the global level.

‘Both parties have the responsibility towards each other to outgrow and support the business requirements of each other in all matters including procurement of qualitative raw material at competitive prices,’ he says, adding they will create and develop markets in the UAE, Central Europe and USA.

Nupur Recyclers is a leading importer and processor of non-ferrous metal recycling from long-term suppliers and is looking to establish itself as an innovative company in the metal processing industry. 

HeiTec Rohstoffe is a leading player in international trade dealing with ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastic scrap, metal-containing residual fractions, and all types of waste. It has a network of suppliers, customers and partners in Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Austria and Switzerland, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia.

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