Fortune Metal Recycling in China
A subsidiary of Fortune Group in China engages in a variety of recycling activities. It has received ISO 14000 and 9000 certifications, which help it handle diverse incoming materials, including electrical transformers, small appliances, circuit boards, and power tools. The company employs three dozen women to sort and prepare scrap metal, including copper, aluminum, and plastic. Moreover, it also recycles plastic coating, which has many consumer destinations in China.
Fortune Metals was founded 25 years ago and has been a key player in the recycling and reuse of metals. Originally a scrap yard in Brooklyn, New York, Fortune has expanded and now operates over 350 million pounds of material annually. The company is a minority-owned corporation that caters to the needs of the environment and aims to minimize the environmental impact of their operations.
The company has a global presence and a long history of quality, integrity, and transparency. Through strategic partnerships with clients, Fortune ensures customer satisfaction in everything it does. Its philosophy of integrity and honesty extends to its dealings with scrap metals of various grades, both ferrous and non-ferrous. The company also offers dedicated customer support across its expanding network.
Victor Ng and Norman Ng met while working in a Chinese restaurant in Pennsylvania. Later, their older brother, Norman, began building a scrap metals business in Eastern U.S., which grew into the Fortune Group, which now consists of over a half-dozen companies. Its headquarters are located in New York.