Corporate Profile

Public for
27 Years
In Operation
114 Years

Exports to 29 countries
on 5 continents
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50 Auto Recycling Facilities

  • Little Rock, Arkansas
  • American Canyon, California
  • Antelope, California
  • Chico, California
  • Fairfield, California
  • Fresno, California
  • Merced, California
  • Modesto, California
  • Moss Landing, California
  • Newark, California
  • Oakland, California
  • Rancho Cordova, California
  • Redding, California
  • Richmond, California
  • Rocklin, California
  • Sacramento Mather, California
  • Salinas, California
  • San Jose North, California
  • Stockton, California
  • Windsor, California
  • Tallahassee, Florida
  • Summit, Illinois
  • Hammond, Indiana
  • Kansas City, Kansas
  • Kansas City (Truman Rd), Missouri
  • Kansas City (Winner Rd), Missouri
  • Springfield, Missouri
  • St. Louis, Missouri
  • Carson City, Nevada
  • Sparks, Nevada
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Portland South, Oregon
  • Sherwood, Oregon
  • Cumberland, Rhode Island
  • Johnston, Rhode Island
  • Dallas South, Texas
  • Dallas South Central, Texas
  • Fort Worth, Texas
  • San Antonio (Roosevelt U-Pull-It), Texas
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia
  • Arlington, Washington
  • Lynnwood, Washington
  • Tacoma, Washington
  • Tumwater, Washington
  • Vancouver, Washington
  • Calgary (52 St), Calgary
  • Calgary (Barlow Trail), Calgary
  • Edmonton, Calgary
  • Kelowna, British Columbia
50 Auto

46 Metals Recycling Facilities

  • Attalla, Alabama
  • Birmingham, Alabama
  • Dothan, Alabama
  • Fresno, California
  • Oakland, California
  • Sacramento, California
  • San Jose, California
  • Albany, Georgia
  • Atlanta (Adamson St Offices), Georgia
  • Atlanta (Adamson St Yard), Georgia
  • Atlanta (Blashfield St), Georgia
  • Cartersville, Georgia
  • Columbus, Georgia
  • Gainesville, Georgia
  • Macon (7th St), Georgia
  • Macon (Lower Poplar Rd), Georgia
  • Kapolei (Oahu), Hawaii
  • Puunene (Maui), Hawaii
  • Auburn, Maine
  • Portland, Maine
  • Attleboro, Massachussetts
  • Everett, Massachussetts
  • Worcester, Massachussetts
  • Billings, Montana
  • Reno, Nevada
  • Concord (Sandquist St), New Hampshire
  • Manchester (Allard Dr), New Hampshire
  • Morristown, NJ (Offices), New Jersey
  • Bend (CSS), Oregon
  • Eugene (CSS), Oregon
  • Portland (CSS), Oregon
  • White City (CSS), Oregon
  • Providence, Rhode Island
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Pasco (CSS), Washington
  • Tacoma, Washington
  • Woodinville, Washington
  • Campbell River, British Columbia
  • Cassidy, British Columbia
  • Surrey (Musqueam Dr), British Columbia
  • Victoria, British Columbia
  • Bayamón, Peurto Rico
  • Caguas, Peurto Rico
  • Canóvanas, Peurto Rico
  • Ponce, Peurto Rico
  • Salinas, Peurto Rico
46 Metals

7 Deep-Water Ports

  • Everett, Massachusetts
  • Oakland, California
  • Tacoma, Washington
  • Salinas, Puerto Rico
  • Kapolei, Hawaii
  • Providence, Rhode Island
  • British Columbia, Canada
7 Deep-Water

6 Large-Scale Shredders

  • Everett, Massachusetts
  • Oakland, California
  • Tacoma, Washington
  • Salinas, Puerto Rico
  • Kapolei, Hawaii
  • British Columbia, Canada
6 Large-Scale

1 Steel Mill

  • McMinnville, Oregon
1 Steel

*Based in the U.S., including Puerto Rico, and Western Canada

Our Core Values




What We Do

Auto Dismantling & Auto Parts Recovery

Through our Pick-n-Pull brand, we operate an industry-leading chain of 50 self-service used auto parts stores providing affordable auto parts to retail and wholesale customers. These stores purchased over 316,000 end-of-life vehicles in fiscal 2020. For over 30 years, Pick-n-Pull has offered quality auto parts for a wide variety of makes and models of domestic and foreign cars, vans, and light trucks. After vehicle parts are extracted for resale, remaining auto bodies are crushed and transported to Schnitzer’s metals recycling facilities, or to other metals recycling facilities within North America, to undergo shredding and sorting processes to recover the ferrous and non-ferrous metal content of the vehicles.

Metals Recycling

As one of North America’s largest recyclers of scrap metal, Schnitzer’s metals recycling facilities acquire, process, and recycle ferrous and non- ferrous metal. Our strategically located facilities on both the east and west coasts of North America, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico efficiently source and deliver recycled metals to mills and foundries around the world. Direct access to rail, major highways, and deep-water export terminals creates a competitive advantage and allows us to transport products in a cost-effective and energy-efficient manner. Strategic capital investments in facility infrastructure, equipment, and advanced metal recovery technologies deliver recycling solutions and provide high-quality scrap metal processing. We are increasingly offering recycling solutions to manufacturers and retailers that match our recycling services to their needs.

Steel Manufacturing

At our state-of-the-art electric arc furnace mini-mill, we melt and shape recycled metal into rebar, coiled rebar, wire rod, merchant bar, and other specialty products, which are used by manufacturers to produce a variety of products and to reinforce concrete in highways, bridges, buildings, and more. Our steel manufacturing operation, Cascade Steel, obtains the majority of its scrap metal feedstock from our own metals recycling operations. Cascade Steel sells its products to customers primarily located in the western U.S. and Canada from its mill in McMinnville, Oregon.