Germany is the greatest producer of crude steel in the European Union. It’s the seventh world classed country, after the Japan, The United States of America, India, Russia and South Korea.

Source : Steel German federation



The infinite recycling cycle of iron makes the scrap the important raw material in the steel production.

Source : German Steel Federation


Steel German industries are well integrated in the international distribution. Currently, 75% of the German export marked is located inside the European Union. The export of over production with the other country increases from 1.8 million tons in 2011 to 3 million tons in 2012

Source : German Steel Federation


Recycling rate of ferrous metal in the world:

Source : Steel Recycling Institue


Recycling rate of Cans

Source : Steel Recycling Institue


Automobile recycling rate

Source : Steel Recycling Institue


recycling rate of household appliences

Source : Steel Recycling Institue


Construction material recucling rate

 Source : Steel Recycling Institue

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  • EAS Company is specialized in scrap pre-treatment. Composed by engineers, senior technicians and qualified manpower, our team allows us to have an optimized storing space and a very sharp sorting of metallic and non-metallic scraps.
  • For the big scrap fields, we move to perform an “on site work”, since we have our own logistic solutions.
  • « East Africa Steel » works on the whole East Africa region. We have local and international partners, and we deliver our costumer all around the word by sea transport.
  • We respond to specific needs for modern metallurgy, in fact « EAS » company is specialized in metallic scrap cutting, which is optimized for blast furnace.

Our Method

Simple and efficient, the operation procedure designed by “East Africa Steel” allows to have, in a very short time, a product that applies to international norms of ferrous scrap recycling.
In fact, our procedure takes place in four phases.

Preparation Phase:
It’s a phase of a sharp sorting of the scrap and separation between ferrous and nonferrous material, such as boning vehicles carcasses

Cutting Phase:
Depending on the nature and thickness, several methods are used

  • Flame cutting: we use blowtorch with gas mixture (Oxygen and acetylene or benzene)
  • Machine cutting: using manual (cutting pliers) or semi-automatic tools (disc gridding). This method is generally used for flat sheet metal.
  • Shearing: using cutting machines by guillotine or crocodile stress force, allows generally to obtain a final product on desired dimensions.

Sorting Phase:
After the end of cutting phase, a sharp soting is performed by “East Africa Steel” teams on the cut scrap. This phase allows us to classify the scrap on two categories:

  • HMS1: Plates lower than 4 mm thickness
  • HMS2: Plates greater than 4 mm thickness

Packaging and export phase:
Depending on the customer demand, such as the blast furnace companies, we prepare the cut scrap for maritime transport. Either in containers, or in bulk on specialized ships.