TheStreet.com  Jun 29  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Buying headphones for a lot of people is now an investment -- do I go with Beats? Harman? SMS? There are so many choices out there that it just isn't as easy as going to a store and picking out a pair and calling it a day....
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 25  Comment 
Aadhaar card to be made mandatory for online reservation
Forbes  Jun 22  Comment 
Twilio offers all manner of telephony functionality as a modular platform. Want to voice enable your app Need to embed SMS into you mobile offering? Twilio is the solution for you. api.ai, on the other hand, builds conversational interfaces for...
The Economic Times  Jun 14  Comment 
Overall, the country received 53.5 mm of rainfall as compared to normal rainfall of 50.5 mm of precipitation from June 1 till date.
The Economic Times  Jun 14  Comment 
RBI held its last monetary policy review on June 2, where it lowered its policy rate for the third time this year.
The Economic Times  Jun 10  Comment 
In meteorological terms, west Rajasthan received 10.1 mm of rainfall since June 1, comparable with Gangetic West Bengal that got 12 mm since June 1.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 10  Comment 
No purchase of separate pack required
Cellular News  Jun 8  Comment 
Gemalto has deployed a Netsize SMS ticketing solution together with Milan's public transport company, ATM (Milan), enabling commuters to purchase and use their tickets via their mobile phone. Click here for more.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 6  Comment 
A series of landslides triggered by incessant rains in the past three days have damaged houses and disrupted surface communication in Arunachal Pradesh with the state capital receiving over 100 mm...
The Times of India  May 31  Comment 
The second largest private sector lender HDFC Bank has decided to discontinue issuing slips after cash withdrawals at ATMs and will alert the customer through SMSes.


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


  1. Company Investor Relations website
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