Dubai, Uae (PressExposure) September 30, 2011 -- The Lucky Group has always been trying it expand its footprint worldwide and striving to prove itself in the global arena increasing its presence internationally by also participating in the upcoming CMRA. The scrap metal trader also promotes its green image not only by participating in environmental activities but by also pushing recycled metals to manufacturers; reducing the use of virgin metals in the bargain.
Producing virgin metals as we all know requires the use of mining worldwide which harms the environment and the ecology around those areas to a great extent. The Lucky Group on the other hand secures its metals from its multiple sourcing points over the Middle East and if required even from other countries around the globe where their own sourcing and recycling facilities are located.
This involves filtering and picking out metals from the large landfills spread out all over the Middle East and transforming them into useful ingots ready for manufacturing and casting for industries within the electrical and automotive sectors. Manufacturers today, striving for a green image always try to incorporate recyclable metals in product design wherever they can and the lower prices compared to extracting pure virgin metals from ores make for a readily available cost-effective option. The Lucky Group providing recyclable metals at competitive prices fuels the manufacturing industry helping them go greener by default.
The Lucky Group began operations in Dubai as a small two-person company; grown today into a worldwide organization spanning the globe with operations in Toronto, China and all over the Middle East. They pride themselves on their honesty, integrity, ethical behavior and high moral standards in the industry.
To know more about the Lucky Group, its facilities and products kindly visit them online at: http://www.luckygroup.com