Omni Auto is a regional, wholesale ‘auto parts’ recycling business, using the latest technology and state-of-the-art dismantling procedures to depollute, dismantle and recycle quality auto parts. The primary source of our raw material is salvage pools, auto dealers, and off-the-street automobiles. All parts and components from these automobiles are recycled or disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal laws. All of our dismantling processes are handled indoors with some outside storage of automobiles.
Omni Auto focuses on sustainability, using the most current technology in ‘Green Recycled Parts™’ and ‘Lean Culture’.
Our Macedonia location is the trading and administrative office for the region. We have approximately twenty-five employees working out of this complex.
OmniSource Corporation vertically integrated into the wholesale ‘auto parts’ recycling business by starting Greenfield sites.
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A Little More About Where We Come From…
Steel Dynamics, Inc. (SDI) is the nation’s fifth largest producer of carbon steel products with 2010 revenues of $6.3 billion on steel shipments of 5.3 million tons. Based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, SDI employs about 6,100 and operates five electric-furnace mini mills. More than sixty percent of the company’s steel shipments are flat-rolled sheet steel and the remainder is “long products” (bars and beams) and fabricated products.
SDI is among the most profitable American steel companies in terms of profit margins and operating profit per ton. http://www.steeldynamics.com/
In October 2007, Steel Dynamics acquired OmniSource Corporation (our parent company), one of the country’s largest ferrous scrap processors and the largest nonferrous metals processor. OmniSource, also based in Fort Wayne, operates metals recycling facilities at over 70 locations in the Midwest and the southeastern U.S. About half of the ferrous scrap consumed by SDI’s three Indiana mills is now supplied by OmniSource. OmniSource also continues to supply ferrous and nonferrous metals to many external customers. http://www.omnisource.com/
Founded in 1993, SDI began production at its Butler, Indiana, Flat Roll Mill in 1996. This state-of-the-art mill remains a world leader in its productivity and in mini-mill production of flat-rolled steels. The Flat Roll Division’s finishing facilities at Butler and at Jeffersonville, Indiana, produce pickled, cold-rolled, galvanized, and painted flat-roll steel. In 2007 SDI acquired The Techs, three galvanizing plants in Pittsburgh that coat flat-rolled steel.
Steel Dynamics began its expansion into long products in 2002, commencing production of wide-flange beams at our new Structural and Rail mill at Columbia City, Indiana. Also in 2002, we bought a mini mill near Indianapolis and restarted it in 2004 to produce engineered bar steel (SBQ). In 2006 Steel Dynamics acquired Roanoke Electric Steel Corporation, including Steel of West Virginia, adding merchant bar and specialty steel shapes. In addition, since 2000 SDI has operated New Millennium Building Systems, a steel fabrication business producing joists, girders, and decking for non-residential construction projects.
Steel Dynamics’ rapid growth has resulted from discovering and taking advantage of business opportunities in our areas of technical and operational expertise. We attract creative and committed people who are given the challenge and the freedom to implement our business plans, and we reward them well for their successful efforts.