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Who we are

We are Select Metals, one of Asia Pacific's largest international trading companies of non-ferrous recycled metals.

Founded in 2012 as a trading company, we have grown to become a vertically integrated recycler, processor and marketer of high quality recycled metals, actively trading in 18 countries. In 2020, we were ranked on the Financial Times list of high-growth companies Asia Pacific and The Straits Times list of Singapore's fastest growing companies. 

Our talented team has a collective 100 plus years of international trading, logistics, risk management and finance experience. Together, we move physical recycled metals from where they are in abundance to where they are in need - efficiently and reliably. 

Our disciplined and risk-averse approach is guided by three core values. 


We're selective because quality is everything. As the worlds natural resources continue to deplete and become more expensive to extract, quality recycled metals will be the key to a sustainable future. Our commitment to quality is second to none and supported by in depth hands-on knowledge of the recycling process and the metals we trade. 


To us, great service means a seamless experience for our customers - a quality product, collected efficiently, transported reliably and delivered on time. We develop tailored services, pricing structures, payments terms and financing arrangements to meet the unique needs of each individual customer. We select key suppliers in each market and build exclusive relationships based on a deep understanding of our customers needs. 


We view our customers as members of our community and take the time to know them personally and understand their needs. We believe long-term mutually beneficial relationships are the only way to do business. We play a meaningful role in the communities in which we operate by ensuring waste is recycled into something new. Once recycled, our products are valuable raw materials used to manufacture items vital to modern day life. 

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