Metals for Progress
We are a recycling company that valorises complex non-ferrous materials by returning metals back into the value chain. We care about the future and our planet. We combine our technology and know-how to minimize the impact of our activities on the environment, climate and people, in order to preserve our natural resources and to build a bright future for tomorrow.
With about 450 employees Aurubis Beerse operates a variety of processes and technologies to recycle and refine complex, low grade recycling materials into non-ferrous metals, metal products and minerals. The company was founded as Metallo-Chimique N.V. in 1919 and is currently the biggest tin recycler in the world.
The Aurubis Group
Aurubis Beerse is part of the Aurubis Group, a leading global provider of non-ferrous metals and one of the largest copper recyclers worldwide. Aurubis produces more than 1 million tons of copper cathodes annually, and a number of other metals as well, including precious metals, selenium, lead, nickel, tin, and zinc.
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- Dirk Vandenberghe - Senior VP Managing Director
- Steven Smets - Operations Director Aurubis Beerse*
- Steven Otten - Operations Director Aurubis Olen
- Lode Rosiers - Supply Chain Management Director
- Bert Coletti - R&D & Engineering Director*
- Steffen Goossens - Finance, Legal & IT Director*
- Ingrid Waghemans - HR & Communications Director Aurubis Olen & Aurubis Beerse
- Karel Docker - HSE & Sustainability Director
- Caroline Bogaerts - Strategic IT Projects Director
- Koen Wuyts - Procurement Director
*a.i. Engineering Beerse, Maintenance Beerse & IT Beerse, this during the temporary 'assignment to Richmond' of Dirk Wouters
Our company was founded in 1919 as ‘La Metallo-Chimique N.V.’. By 1923 it was processing a wide variety of raw materials ranging from copper trouser-studs to foundry and factory grindings. In the sixties a process was developed to recycle copper, tin and lead out of more complex raw materials. Today, Aurubis excels in recycling and refining non-ferrous materials.