VALYNT Unveils Low Cost Super Shred Metal Scrap Product
VALYNT has launched its innovative Super Shred as the new raw material for a rapidly evolving American steel industry. Super Shred is a low copper content, shredded-steel material intended for a wide variety of mill applications including coils and bars. Developed specifically by VALYNT to help propel the booming steel market, Super Shred is already being supplied to industry leaders like Alton Steel Inc. VALYNT President & Managing Director Charles Smith said "Supply and demand for steel is at an all time high right now. The global manufacturing market is betting on a major rebound after the devastating economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, but production is having a hard time keeping up with the demand. Adding to the pressure, the largest iron ore miners are having some major operational issues while still recovering from the last two years driving up prices sharply for steel producers. So we're extremely pleased to introduce our Super Shred product to the world. In addition to the specialized hot briquetted iron we already supply, Super Shred is an excellent low-cost, renewable substitute that will galvanize the industry, absolutely revolutionizing how steel is produced."
VALYNT is a Missouri-based firm specializing in steel & aluminium production, additives to enhance crude oil production and refinement, and supply line logistics for both government and private sector interests. At the forefront of radical technical process enhancements that reduce supply-chain friction and overall costs, other products and services provided by VALYNT include:
Oilfield Products: High efficiency, lower-cost oilfield products in bulk quantities, including the patent-pending VX-25, a hybrid additive package that catalytically optimizes heavy and medium crudes for energy improvement.
Logistics: Complete management of shipping and receiving of carbon, scrap metals, and petrochemicals, end to end.
VALYNT partners include Saudi Aramco, Kuwait Oil Company, Kataman Metals, Energy Supply & Services Company, Alton Steel Inc, Liberty Steel and Wire, and Engineered Lubricants.