Tandom Metallurgical Group, run by co-founders Andrew Lumsden, 47, and Thomas Muir, 57, has a team of traders who buy scrap metal from all over the world for the company to recycle. The Cheshire business trades mostly in non-ferrous metals, including aluminium and copper, and produces aluminium ingots that are mainly sold to the motor industry. It also processes other grades of scrap, including drinks cans that are fully recycled. Demand from car makers, which are increasingly using aluminium for parts such as body panels, helped raise sales to £44m in 2012.
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