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The Hindu Business Line  2 hrs ago  Comment 
With just 11 days to go before closure of the compliance window under the black money scheme, the tax department has started sending SMSes assuring full confidentiality to assessees who want to come ...
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 14  Comment 
Over 11.61 lakh government pensioners can now track the status of their pension and grievance redressal through SMS as well as monitor receipts online — steps that aim to “lessen harassment” for seni...
MedPage Today  Sep 7  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- "Landmark" trial off by 5, 10, even 16 mm Hg from real-world?
The Economic Times  Sep 2  Comment 
The country will require good rains in September to close the deficit, an official said. The season’s total rainfall from June 1 to August 31 was 3% below average at 693.1 mm.
TechCrunch  Aug 23  Comment 
 SMS is terrible, yet it’s still the way more than half of video gets shared on mobile. Meanwhile, Facebook is trying to turn everyone into famous broadcasters when most people just want to show close friends what they’re up to. That’s why...
MedPage Today  Aug 23  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- No increased risks associated with stenting lesions over 35 mm
The Economic Times  Aug 15  Comment 
The situation in Karnataka is not that worse and could be made up if it rains in the next few weeks. “Rains are just 9% deficient at 516 mm.
TechCrunch  Jul 31  Comment 
 In years to come, conversations will breathe new life into software — particularly the boring enterprise tools millions of knowledge workers begrudgingly use every day. Conversational user interfaces (CUIs) work because of our familiarity with...
The Economic Times  Jul 28  Comment 
IMD in its second stage forecast issued in June had forecast the average rainfall to be 106% of the normal monsoon rainfall of 89 mm (with +/-4% model error).




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Sims Metal Management (NYSE: SMS) is one of the largest full service metals recyclers in the United States, with approximately 50 recycling facilities in 16 states. The company enjoys market leadership in many major markets, including Chicago, metropolitan New York City, Houston, Phoenix, Denver, Memphis, Cleveland, and others.

Sims Metal Management is primarily invoved in the collection and processing of ferrous metals (iron and steel) and non-ferrous metals (principally aluminum, copper, nickel-based, titanium and high temperature alloys). The company collects industrial scrap and obsolete scrap, processes into reusable forms and supplies the recylcled metals to its customers.[1]

Financial Highlights

  • Fiscal 2007 sales of $2.2 billion on approximately 5.5 million tons of recycled scrap.
  • Four consecutive years of with annual revenues exceeding $1 billion

References

  1. Company Investor Relations website
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