Palladium Recycling (pty)-ltd
We are the first choice in SADC for the conservation of precious metals
Palladium Recycling (pty) ltd is dealing in Precious Metals and is a Urban Mining Company leading specialist in the recycling of Platinum Group Metals (PGMs). Our operations in SADC (Soutern African Development Countries) we purchase, analyze and process used catalytic converter, petrol-chemical catalyst, oxygen sensor, automotive ECU as well as other scrap materials to recover platinum, palladium, Rhodium .Precious metals are our passion. Our strong foundation is based on the values of our family-run company. And that’s how we deal with our customers and business partners with passion and expertise. We also place enormous value on cooperation based on trust and partnership, as well as on the accountability of each individual. Every day we set out to prove that we are your first choice when it comes to the conservation of precious metals.
We recycle used automative catalytic converter, we export decanned catalytic converters to all countries globally. We are an authorised distributor and stock a range of platinum bullion ,Platinum Bars ,Gold,Palladium Bar
The following five values are base of our success:
Because conserving resources is something that we’re passionate about, we always strive to develop precious metal recycling solutions that are optimally tailored to the needs of each and every customer.
We hold all of our customers, associates and employees in high esteem, and work hand in hand with them in order to achieve the success of all concerned.
We continuously increase our knowledge and expertise so as to achieve the greatest possible efficiency and quality – because we feel duty bound to our customers to do so.
We trust and respect each other. Our customers know that they can always rely on our expertise and process precision.
We assume responsibility for each other, our customers, our society and the environment. To this end, we provide each other with mutual support,
and also sponsor social and athletic projects in our region