ΑΝΑΜΕΤ SA

ΑΝΑΜΕΤ SA

ΑΝΑΜΕΤ SA

ANAMET is the major metal recycling company in Greece with a consolidated turnover of 224 million euro in 2010. With subsidiaries in Bulgaria, FYR of Macedonia, and Serbia the company employs nearly 250 people, handling 400,000 tons of quality scrap per year; and servicing industrial and corporate clients at home and abroad. ANAMET began operations in 1966 trading iron scrap and other metals; and supplying the emerging metal manufacturing industry in Greece with secondary raw materials. In 1992, it expanded its activities and moved operations for scrap storage and processing to its current main plant location in the Athens West Industrial Area.

Company details

NATO Avenue , Athens , Aspropirgos 19300 Greece
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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Metal Recycling
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1966
Employees:
101-1000
Turnover:
100,000,000 - 1,000,000,000 €

ANAMET is the major metal recycling company in Greece with a consolidated turnover of 224 million euro in 2010.

With subsidiaries in Bulgaria, FYR of Macedonia, and Serbia the company employs nearly 250 people,  handling 400,000 tons of quality scrap per year; and servicing industrial and corporate clients at home and abroad.

ANAMET began operations in 1966 trading iron scrap and other metals; and supplying the emerging metal manufacturing industry in Greece with secondary raw materials. In 1992, it expanded its activities and moved operations for scrap storage and processing to its current main plant location in the Athens West Industrial Area.

The company recently embarked on a multimillion investment programme for upgrading its processing plant infrastructure; as well as modernizing and streamlining its constantly expanding operations.

ANAMET has established contractual cooperation agreements with the national collective take-back schemes for different waste streams contributing to the fulfilment of law-imposed national recycling targets.