Pick Up/Transport

Scrap Catalytic Converter Pick Up & Transport in the US & Worldwide

At Global Refining Group, we try to make recycling catalytic converters as easy as possible for our suppliers. That’s why we offer several options for pick up and transport in the United States and around the world. Whether your catalytic converters are coming from down the street via pickup truck or traveling across the globe in a sealed container, Global will gladly provide you an efficient way to recycle your items.

Domestic Transport

If you’re a supplier located in the US, Global offers the following pick up and transport methods:

  • Do you have a larger load that is being processed by our refining options? Global can send a sealed container or tractor trailers.
  • If your larger load is being processed by per piece grading, we offer buyer pick up or a tractor trailer pick up option in the US.
  • For both smaller and larger loads, our team can send an assortment of trucks from our Coast 2 Coast fleet. Coast 2 Coast is an partner company of Global Refining Group.

International Pick Up & Transport Options

We send sealed containers for our international customer’s catalytic converters.

Reach Out to Global Refining Group for PGM Transport & Pickup

Our catalytic converter recycling company makes it our goal for our services to be both convenient and accessible for our customers from around the world. Ask us about our hedging and other risk management strategies in order to ensure that your selling price is protected.

Global is ready to be your buyer, no matter where you are in the world. Contact us today at 877-257-1404 to schedule your domestic or international pick up and transport!

Global Refining Group offers several transport and pick up options in the United States and internationally for scrap catalytic converters.

Serving both wholesale & non-wholesale 

Making catalytic converter recycling easy on you

A cutting-edge processing system in our industry

Offering an outstanding refining process

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