Founded in 2001, Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. has more than 10 years' experience in the sales and distribution of metal and non-ferrous metal ore for China’s growing steel manufacturing industry. Capitalizing on the growing push toward sustainable solutions in steel production, as well as existing supplier and customer relationships, we’ve added recycled scrap metal to our product offering, opening a state-of-the-art recycling facility in Lianyungang, China.
Under the direction of our chairman of the board and CEO, Mr. Kexuan Yao, Armco Metals has expanded greatly in the last seven years. Utilizing his extensive industry management experience, forward-looking operating strategy, and excellent wisdom and vision, we have evolved from a foreign enterprise specialized in metal ore trading to a global company in the integrated business of import, production, sales, and distribution. Our goal is to create low-cost, high-quality solutions that meet the steel industry’s demands responsibly, becoming the largest, most efficient recycling company in China.
On June 27, 2008, Armco Metals successfully landed on the U.S. capital market and started trading under the symbol CNAM on the OTCBB. After many rounds of negotiations, discussions, rigorous evaluations, detailed due diligence processes, and audits, Armco Metals’ value was recognized by Wall Street investment banks and investment professionals. On February 9, 2010, Armco Metals successfully upgraded to the NYSE MKT.
As one of China’s leading metal recycling and metal distribution businesses, Armco Metals works to ensure the confidence of our customers, suppliers, and investors. We continue to refine our business approach, developing and adopting more efficient, effective methods of production, so that our partners reap the greatest benefit.
As we have expanded our scrap steel recycling capacity, as well as strengthened our existing metal and non-ferrous metal sales and distribution business, Armco Metals has achieved numerous certifications and honors of merit, which we proudly display.