Sgt. Scrap

Sgt. Scrap: Putting Clients First


Pennsauken Township, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/07/2017 -- Sgt. Scrap, a leading provider of metal recycling services in Philadelphia, has grown as a company due to putting a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction. Since opening in 2006, the courteous crew of employees has treated employees the way they would want to be treated themselves.

Over the last 11 years of business, Sgt. Scrap has grown from just six employees to a staff of 20 workers.

"I honestly do not think we'd be able to grow as a company the way we did without treating our customers the way we would like to be treated," said Fred van Geldren of Sgt. Scrap. "We, ourselves, are still customers on a day-to-day basis. We treat our customers with the utmost respect and kindness to create a positive experience when it comes to recycling scrap metal."

Sgt. Scrap's reputation of amazing customer satisfaction is visible through their Facebook page. The company has maintained a stellar 4.6 stars out of 5 for their reviews on Facebook.

Aaron of Williamstown had this say about his experience with Sgt. Scrap, "I left the scrap yard today, and somehow my trailer broke away from my hitch on RT. 130. I had to stop in the middle lane and get out to try to hook it back up. A Sgt. Scrap metal truck with a driver named Felix stopped behind me to help out. Then he rigged it up and followed me to the Autozone to get a part make sure I was safe. He was the best."

Those looking for more information on Sgt. Scrap, the leading scrap metal buyers in Philadelphia, are strongly encouraged to visit their website at They can also be reached over the phone by dialing 800-833-6983.

About Sgt. Scrap
Sgt. Scrap has been in business since for over ten years. Since their inception in 2006, the company has expanded to having four locations. Sgt. Scrap is an authority on eco-friendly scrap metal purchasing and prides itself on empowering its partners and customers. They offer both onsite services and offsite pickups that rid clients of unwanted metals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware.

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