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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Well-Positioned to Exploit Rapidly Emerging Chinese Steel Scrap Regulations, Growing Paper Market

October 28, 2014

China accelerated overall steel scrap use during the front half of 2014 amid massive curbing of imports, which were off by 49% according to the Bureau of International Recycling. The latest World Steel Association report further indicates that Chinese crude steel consumption rose 9.4% year over year to just over 47.5M tonnes. Such data points are a clear indication of how aggressive the Chinese State Council policy has truly been when it comes to bolstering their domestic scrap market and reducing the steel industry’s reliance on foreign imports.

Key Chinese export markets looks healthy if somewhat beleaguered, despite the only 2% global market growth forecast for 2014-2015 by WSA earlier this month (3.8% seen in 2013), with EU-28 steel scrap usage up 3.4% year over year to around 47.7M tonnes, while China’s neighbors, South Korea and Japan, also are seeing steady consumption growth at around 2.1% and 5% respectively. Anticipated 4% year over year steel use in the EU-28 this year is set to tack on another 2.9% in 2015 and NAFTA demand is also looking like it will rebound sharply, with the expected 6.4% year over year growth for 2014 set to climb another 2.2% in 2015. Chinese real estate sector slowing has offset broader steel consumption noticeably within the country, making its movement felt across the gamut, from steel scrap to iron ore prices.

Smaller players in the regional iron ore market like Western Australia have been the hardest hit by sagging commodity prices, with notable examples like Fortescue Metals (ASX:FMG) leading Western Australian premier Colin Barnett to point the finger at BHP Billiton (NYSE:BHP) and Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO) recently, claiming that they are overwhelming the global market with an iron ore supply glut. Of course, a major aspect of the underlying metrics here has been Australia’s primary export market, China, slowing overall steel use/importation. WSA estimates overall Chinese steel consumption growth will slow down even further next year, down from the 1% growth figure for this year, to around 0.8% in 2015.

For a well-connected Chinese steel scrap recycler like Armco Metals (NYSE MKT:AMCO), all of this is actually good news, given that the company enjoys relations with not only the government (thanks in large part to their exceptionally sustainable approach to the market), but with some of China’s biggest state-run steel foundries. The company is also interwoven with over 100 SME-scale steel producers throughout the country and enjoys the logistical benefits of having a sophisticated distribution/sourcing network across China via its subsidiaries, which are all located in key steel producing areas.

The company’s primary facility, Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc., is just five miles from one of the country’s major deep-sea ports at Lianyungang and AMCO also enjoys plenty of upside from their diverse global network of over ten raw material providers in ore-rich countries like the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Indonesia, India and Ukraine, among others. The company does more than steel scrap too and has their hands in iron, chrome, nickel and manganese ore, as well as a host of other scrap types, like aluminum, copper, and stainless steel, taking full advantage of their logistical footprint to put themselves in a position to become one of the leading providers in the country, especially when it comes to steel scrap.

China’s neighbor to the south, Vietnam, imported nearly 4M tonnes of scrap steel in 2012, most of it directly from China and since then they have seen a small boom in electrical steel companies, leading to increased imports of around an additional 2.5M tonnes per year. The near export markets look good for AMCO and their domestic situation is favorable despite broader underlying market dynamics, with protective regulations by the Chinese government itself helping to secure the company’s bottom line.

To top things off AMCO has also recently moved to diversify into much-needed wood pulp, with China growing from 15% of global paper demand a decade ago, to nearly 25% this year according to HSBC. Dynamics which are further characterized by technology offsetting paper consumption in the U.S. and EU. HSBC estimates 2.4% growth over the next five years globally in the paper market and as China has taken the top slot as the world’s largest paper consumer (also the biggest producer of paper/paperboard), AMCO’s deal last month to start importing Eucalyptus Nitens wood chips from a Chilean supplier, indicates some exceptionally well-timed diversification on the company’s part.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Sets Sights on Industry-Leading Position, Adds Diversification to its Product Line

October 21, 2014

Leveraging the expertise and logistics of five strategic subsidiaries, China-based Armco Metals Holdings (NYSE MKT: AMCO) is aligned with the Chinese government’s push toward an environmentally friendly economy, achieved in part by an increase in scrap metal consumption.

Armco’s strategy to be a part of this initiative is to create low-cost, high-quality solutions to meet the demands of the steel industry and subsequently achieve its goal to become the largest scrap steel recycler in China.

In its more than 10 years of operation, Armco has established long-standing relationships with nearly a dozen international metal suppliers, more than 100 small-sized and medium-sized Chinese steel production companies, and some of the country’s large state-run foundries.

The company’s subsidiaries are located in key regions throughout the country to enable streamlined and efficient sourcing, importing, processing and distribution of quality, environmentally friendly recycled scrap steel, in addition to metal and non-ferrous metal ore.

The Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc. subsidiary is located on 32 acres in the Jiangsu province and is home to the Texas Shredder Lindeman System, one of the most advanced recycling systems in the world. The Texas Shredder automatically shreds, sorts and separates recycled scrap steel to process highest-quality material and is capable of processing 1 million metric tons of scrap metal each year.

Armco is also seeking out diversification of its business model to capitalize on low-risk, high-return opportunities and has been taking steps to diversify its product line and develop new products into its existing business line.

In this regard, the company’s Armco Metals International subsidiary has entered into an agreement to purchase a trial shipment of Eucalyptus Nitens wood chips from a Chile supplier. The agreement calls for the purchase of roughly 50,000 green metric tons (GMT) in October 2014 and a one-year total importation of 550,000-600,000 (GMT) if the trial shipment is a success.

The market for these woodchips is new pulp mills in China that want to expand importation of woodchips to meet their growing needs. While China’s area of eucalyptus plantations doubled between 2006 and 2012, this expansion is not enough to meet market demands. Based on current market prices, Armco estimates the market value of 600,000 GMT woodchips at approximately $63 million and expects to realize 10% gross margin on potential sales of the product.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Logistics Efficiency Deemed to Reduce Costs – Enhance Bottom Line

October 14, 2014

Armco Metals Holdings has been selling and distributing metal, non-ferrous metal ore and recycled steel scrap for quite some time. The company uses a diversified sales channel throughout China while providing ore and scrap steel suppliers access to approximately 100 metal and steel production facilities. During a time where steel demand is on the rise, AMCO provides an on-ramp to selected China-based state-operated foundries, thereby delivering a continuous flow of business for scrap steel recycling and raw materials.

With subsidiaries based in the major port cities of Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Lianyungang and the mainland city of Zhengzhou, the company leverages the infrastructure to enhance business logistics which ultimately leads to cost reduction and an enhanced bottom line. These strategic locations enable Armco to distribute recycled scrap steel and metal and non-ferrous metal ores throughout China with optimum efficiency. Armet Renewable Resource, the company’s recycling facility based in the province of Jiangsu, is known as a waste iron and scrap steel recycling processing pilot region for China. The province is within close proximity to steel mills whose combined production generates nearly 20 million metric tons per year. The Lianyungang operation aims to become the region’s recycled scrap steel leader.

Armco Metals utilizes its financial capital to make certain its suppliers receive payment in prompt fashion. The company’s credit line pushes approximately $95,500,000 USD – all of which has been extended by at least six banks in mainland and Hong Kong. As a U.S.-based Chinese company, AMCO is highly regulated and takes great pride in upholding a reputation rooted in credible, dependability and ethical business behavior. Through the leadership of its experienced executive management team, the company continues to expand its sales and distribution channels to meet China’s growing steel production demands.

Since 2001, Armco Metals Holdings has been generating revenue fueled by way of the current trend toward sustainable solutions in steel production while nurturing existing supplier base and customer relationships. Armco has opened a state-of-the-art facility in Lianyungang, China, enabling it to add recycled scrap metal to its product offering.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Diversifies, Improves Regulatory Footing Amid Slowing Chinese Growth, Lower Steel/Iron Ore Prices

October 7, 2014

Despite a slumping Chinese steel market, with short-term World Steel Association projections showing China’s usage falling to only 1% growth YoY (set to decline further next year to 0.8%) and iron ore prices already off by around 40% so far this year (under $79/ton over the weekend), increasing demand from the EU28 (4% growth YoY) and in particular NAFTA (6.4% YoY) markets, as well as the capital costs associated with ore production, continue to be positive indicators of the steel market’s future. Increased demand from the U.S., EU and even Japanese markets may not be able to pick up the slack from China, the CIS (including Russian Federation) and South America, but an improving USD making U.S. exports expensive, as well as strong demand from the U.S. (led by the shale boom and improving vehicle manufacturing), represents a clear target for steel and scrap steel exporters in China.

A leading indicator of the underlying market dynamics can be seen in the recent rebuff by Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO), whose biggest shareholder is Chinese state-owned Aluminum Corp., of the Glencore (LON:GLEN) merger proposal. A deal that would’ve given Glencore, which has a strong hand in copper, coal, nickel and zinc, a solid footing in steel and would have created a mining concern big enough to rival BHP Billiton (NYSE:BBL). Glencore is clearly bargain hunting still, even after their $46 billion merger with Xstrata last year, as the bigger players shy away from such deals and are even looking to divest assets amid the commodities slow down, with over-production of iron ore by many of these big players even exacerbating the low market price.

There is still a vibrant market in steel and scrap, despite the iron ore price ugliness, as indicated by increasing demand from the U.S. and others. The stainless steel market, bolstered by nickel supply shortfalls in China (Indonesian nickel ore export ban playing a big role), is a good secondary indicator here. With Chinese supplies of low-cost nickel ores and nickel pig iron nearing depletion, despite slumping in the nickel price that is comparable to iron ore and record high stockpiles at the LME (where nickel for delivery dropped 1.3% to settle at $16,095 a metric ton last week), the relative strength of the global stainless steel and scrap stainless markets is encouraging.

Such choppy waters and big-name M&A buzz throws a bright spotlight on smaller, more diversified sector players like Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (NYSE MKT:AMCO), which managed to post a nice revenue rebound in their Q2 scrap steel recycling operations. Net revenue was up at AMCO in Q2 this year to around $32.9M, a 19% jump compared to the same quarter in 2013.

U.S.-based Armco Metals covers the waterfront when it comes to recycled steel, as well as metal and non-ferrous metal ores, doing imports from sources all over the planet to China (including the U.S., Brazil, Indonesia, India and Ukraine to name a few), as well as production of recycled steel scrap and direct sales of their product mix to an increasingly sophisticated and logistically efficient domestic network of Chinese manufacturers. Moreover, AMCO has the inside track when it comes to prevailing legislation by the PRC’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, being one of only a handful of companies approved for operation under the new June guidelines this year, something which the company started prepping for back in March of 2013.

Armco Metals’ success is also attributable to their increasingly international and integrated architecture, going well beyond their metal sourcing and distribution/sales model, as well as scrap steel recycling capacities focused on the Chinese market. A potentially $63M deal to import wood chips (Eucalyptus Nitens) from a Chilean supplier signed last month and initiated with a trail shipment of 50k metric tons, exploits AMCO’s established decade-plus of experience in international trading/sourcing, giving the company an in-road to China’s supply-strapped paper/paperboard market. Despite growing domestic production capacity, China continues to outstrip domestic supply and is the biggest importer of hardwood chips today.

Even a more than two-fold increase in eucalyptus plantations over the last eight years still sees a supply shortfall for the country; and while AMCO remains dedicated to their core business in metal ores, non-ferrous metals and steel scrap recycling, this deal with the Chilean supplier is a clear indication of management’s desire to diversify their portfolio into new areas with high growth potential. Clearly, AMCO is not taking the global slump in mining commodity prices, or the Chinese steel and iron ore markets, laying down. The company has quickly moved to offset the impact from such slowing growth by leveraging their existing sourcing and distribution capacity, as well as their experienced business development team, in order to capture higher profit margins for their shareholders.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) – From Niche Entity to Diversified Business

September 30, 2014

Armco Metals, a California-based metal ore distributor and scrap steel recycler focused on China, continues to evolve. Once a foreign company specializing exclusively in metal ore trading, the company is now an international entity with integrated business lines covering the:

• Import, production, sale, and distribution of processed and non-ferrous metal ores that cater to China’s emerging steel manufacturing industry;

• Recycling of scrap steel throughout China; and

• Mostly recently, the sale and supply of wood chips to pulp mills in China.

Armco has grown significantly since it was founded a decade ago. It has strengthened its existing metal sales and distribution business, expanded its scrap steel recycling capacity, and started offering sourcing and pricing services for assorted metals.

The company’s growth has been propelled by many factors—its management team’s direction, a forward-looking operating strategy, widespread industry management experience and deep wisdom and vision. Regardless, the company continues to fine tune its business approach, developing and adopting more efficient methods so that its customers, suppliers, and investors can reap the rewards.

Early in September 2014, Armco branched out into its newest business: the sale and supply of wood chips to paper manufacturers. The company signed an agreement to purchase, in the next month, a trial shipment of Eucalyptus Nitens wood chips weighing approximately 50,000 Green Metric Tons (GMT) from a Chilean supplier. If the trial shipment is successful, Armco would then purchase a full year’s total importation, or approximately 600,000 GMT, which has an estimated market value of $63 million (according to the present market price in China). Should the full purchase occur, Armco hopes to realize a 10% gross margin on the sale of the entire product.

While China is the world’s biggest paper and paperboard producer, there is a noticeable lack of high quality wood fiber supply in the region. As a result, new pulp mills have been looking to expand the importation of wood chips from plantation-rich countries so as to meet their growing needs. Armco is hoping to capitalize on this unmet need by adding the wood chip business to its international trading line.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Inks Agreement with Chile Supplier for Woodchips Purchase

September 22, 2014

Today before the opening bell, Armco Metals announced its subsidiary, Armco Metals International, Inc., has inked an agreement with a Chilean supplier for a woodchips purchase. The agreement was initiated on Tuesday, September 9, 2014. The development was the culmination of Armco Metals’ efforts to add woodchips to its trading business line portfolio.

The agreement calls for Armco International to purchase a trial shipment of around 50,000 green metric tons (±10%) of Eucalyptus Nitens woodchips from the supplier. Should this trial shipment prove successful, Armco International will move onto a one-year total importation of 550,000 to 600,000 green metric tons. With the current market price in China, 600,000 green metric tons of wood chips is worth $63MM, and Armco Metals anticipates realizing 10% gross margins on the sales of the product.

Armco Metals inked the agreement while thinking of the woodchips’ market potential in the Chinese economy. China is the world’s biggest producer of paper and paperboard. But with the lack of sufficient quantity of high-quality domestic wood fiber supply, new pulp mills in China have been looking to import greater amounts of woodchips from plantation-rich countries to meet their growing needs.

It is estimated that China’s eucalyptus plantations doubled between 2006 and 2012. However, this growth will not be enough to meet increasing demand due to challenges with frost, pests, and disease due to a very narrow genetic base. As domestic pulp production has grown, imports of woodchips to China have surged during the past few years. As a result, China emerged as the world’s leading importer of woodchips in Q2 2013.

Commenting on the announcement, Kexuan Yao, Chairman and CEO of Armco Metals Holdings, stated, “While keep confident in our metal ore trading and recycling business, management has been making efforts to diversify our product line and develop new profitable products into our business line. With the proven ability and expertise of our team in international trading and sourcing, we have the unique advantage to expand our business scope and carry new product which offers mitigated risks and high return potential. We will capitalize on our formidable business development team to develop the new product and expand into non metal ore business that offer high growth potential, as well as higher profit margins. We look forward to providing more updates on the developments and anticipate unlocking considerable value for our shareholders.”

Mr. Yao also referenced the experience and expertise of Armco Metals’ business trading team. The team members have more than 10 years of experience in international trading business and product sourcing, with plenty of bank trading facility. They have also conducted extensive market and industry research and feasibility studies, including but not limited to: international vendor and product sourcing, shipping and logistics analysis, financing facility arrangements, and customer identification and networking.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) – A Leading Metal Distribution & Recycling Business

September 17, 2014

Credibility is a key value that drives Armco Metals’ business—meeting China’s steel production needs with quality metal and non-ferrous metal ores as well as scrap steel recycling solutions. The company’s corporate culture is well reflected in its executive management team’s efforts and its employees’ actions; they let a number of principal beliefs guide the business’ practices.

Founded in 2001, Armco Metals has long-term experience in the sales and distribution of metal and non-ferrous metal ore for China’s emergent steel manufacturing industry. To capitalize on the mounting push toward sustainable solutions in steel production as well as its current supplier and customer relationships, Armco Metals added the recycling of scrap metal to its product offerings, even going so far as to open a high-tech recycling facility in Lianyungang, China.

Under management’s direction, Armco Metals has grown significantly, especially in the last seven years. Backed by a forward-looking operating strategy, broad industry management experience and deep wisdom and vision, Armco Metals has evolved from a foreign enterprise specializing in metal ore trading to an international company with an integrated business covering imports, production, sales, and distribution.

With an eye on becoming the largest and most effective scrap steel recycling company in China, Armco Metals is focused on creating high-quality, low-cost solutions that meet the industry’s demands responsibly. As it has grown its scrap steel recycling capability and bolstered its metal and non-ferrous metal sales and distribution business, the company has also achieved several certifications and honors of merit. Even so, Armco Metals continues to refine its business approach, developing and adopting more efficient methods of production, so that its partners—customers, suppliers, and investors—can reap the benefits.

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Armco Metals Holdings Inc. (AMCO) Contributes to Global Green Initiative, Starting with China

September 11, 2014

When you hear the words “green” or “environmentally friendly,” the image of a literal ton of steel isn’t likely to pop into your head, though the World Steel Association says the metal is “at the core of a green economy.”

Once steel is produced, it is a permanent resource with a virtually infinite life cycle and a material of superior strength, formability and versatility. Relative to a green economy, perhaps the most valuable characteristic of steel is that it can be recycled over and over again with no impairment to its natural properties.

Production begins with the extraction of raw material, which is then used to produce steel for use in a variety of industrial use before its end of life. An old washing machine may be sent to a recycling yard, its steel components recycled and integrated into a new car, which may wind up in a junk yard 50 years later and eventually recycled into Coke cans or used in the solar industry.

This endless recycling process reduces consumption of raw materials and energy, contributing to the world’s overarching green mission. Industry research shows that companies that utilize recycled scrap in their steel production experience numerous benefits, using up to 60% less energy and reducing air and water pollution by 86% and 76%, respectively.

This valuable cycle is big business for Armco Metals Holdings, one of China’s leading recycled scrap steel sales and distribution companies. For more than a decade, Armco metals has sourced and distributed metal and non-ferrous metal ore to China’s booming steel production industry, securing key industry relationships with metal producers worldwide.

Among Armco’s five subsidiaries is Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc., located on 32 acres in the Jiangsu province. The company’s facility is home to the Texas Shredder Lindeman System, one of the most advanced recycling systems in the world. The Texas Shredder lives up to its name, automatically shredding, sorting and separating recycled scrap steel to process highest-quality material. With the Texas Shredder, Armco Renewable Metals is capable of processing 1 million metric tons of scrap metal each year.

Each of Armco’s five subsidiaries play a designate role in sourcing, importing, processing and distributing quality, environmentally friendly recycled scrap steel, as well as metal and non-ferrous metal ore to more than 100 small- and medium-sized Chinese steel production companies and some of the country’s large state-run foundries.

These subsidiaries work harmoniously in support of Armco’s corporate goal of becoming the largest scrap steel provider in China, building on a sound reputation of meeting the country’s needs for sustainable, responsible steel solutions.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc.’s (AMCO) Diversified Presence in Metals & Ore, Logistical Efficiency is Key to Chinese Market Success

September 5, 2014

Armco Metals Holdings saw a pretty solid Q2 this year with a 19% jump in revenues over the same quarter last year, raking in $32.9 million despite a glut of iron ore from Australia making the company’s core component, steel scrap, look expensive (about $32/mt more). The removal of the 70% rebate on the 17% VAT for steel scrap recyclers issued in 2011 continues to depress the scrap market, highlighting a policy inconsistency that could be quite bullish for AMCO longer-term.

Steel scrap utilization in China fell 6% from 2012 to 2013 (steel scrap utilization was only 11% in 2013 compared to over 32% back in 1994), and despite tighter carbon dioxide emission targets by the Chinese government, the use of steel scrap offsetting 1.6 mt per tonne when used in steelmaking has gone largely overlooked by officials, according to The China Association of Metalscrap Utilization (CAMU). CAMU has been lobbying the central government to curb the 17% tax on steel scrap, noting further that 3 mt of solid wastes is eliminated from the steelmaking equation for every tonne of steel scrap used and urging Chinese authorities to re-examine the issue last weekend at the 7th China International Metal Recycling Conference in Beijing.

Part of the reason for Armco’s success has been its highly efficient recycled scrap steel architecture, from its core 32-acre facility in Jiangsu province’s Lianyungang Economic and Technological Development Zone to its operations in four other key locations in geographically ideal regions. Lianyungang is designated as the waste iron and scrap steel recycling pilot region for China (China Iron and Steel Association and CAMU), giving Armco a serious advantage in terms of access to government incentive. Jiangsu has 11 surrounding steel mills that produce some 20 million metrics tons per year, or 2.5% of China’s total output projected for this year (according to a senior executive at Fengli Group Co. Ltd., who spoke at the conference last weekend).

Armco is primarily focused on sustainable scrap steel but also handles metal and non-ferrous metal ore, including chrome, iron, nickel and manganese ore. The company also has a sophisticated system between its five subsidiaries, which handle everything from sourcing and importing to processing and distribution. Armco has established tight-knit relationships with more than 10 different international suppliers from some of the most ore-saturated regions around the world, including Australia, India, Brazil and the United States.

The company’s extensive network of proven sales and distribution channels, handling of metal and non-ferrous metal ores in addition to its core recycled scrap steel business, allows Armco to largely weather the storm of oversupply in the iron ore market and other concomitant factors. The company’s subsidiaries are located in logistically optimal areas, and with output for scrap going to over 100 different small- to mid-sized steel producers as well as some of the big state-run producers throughout the country, Armco enjoys a highly cost-effective and resilient foothold in the Chinese metal market.

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Armco Metals Holdings Inc. (AMCO) and China’s Push toward Smart Economic Growth

August 25, 2014

Three decades of sustained economic growth has lured millions from the impoverished Chinese countryside. This great migration has put 46 Chinese cities over the one million mark since 1992, out of a national total of 102. In Shanghai there were no skyscrapers in 1980; today it has twice as many as New York. Between 1990 and 2004 developers erected the equivalent to 334 Empire State buildings, and China’s construction workforce continues to employ over 37 million people. Currently, over 40% of China’s entire population is now considered part of the urban population as growth patterns shift people away from rural areas and keep the cities dense.

Along with this growth trend, China saw the development of a middle class that is estimated to be greater than the size of the entire U.S. population. However, with great economic growth come great economic problems. For instance, the air quality in Beijing is among the worse in the world due to air pollution. At least 60% of China’s underground water sources are considered to be of very poor quality and cannot be drunk directly. Income distribution has been highly uneven resulting in half the populations of major cities living in poverty.

As a result, more than 70 Chinese smaller cities and counties have dropped gross domestic product as a performance metric for government officials, in an effort to shift the focus to environmental protection and reducing poverty. Due to directives issued by top Chinese leaders, local Chinese governments will no longer seek blind economic growth, but seek to improve quality of life by improving air and water quality standards, and the introduction of poverty reduction programs. For instance, rather just adding more cars in the cities which add to the pollution, China is aggressively building subway systems.

Rather than worry about a future of scarcity of resources due to a growing population and fattening middle class. China is ready to face the challenges of doing more with less as they find smarter ways in resource usage.

Armco Metals Holdings focuses on meeting the demand’s of China’s steel industry with smart, sustainable, and cost-effective approaches to scrap steel processing. China’s government has made a commitment to drive economic growth in a far more cautious way that requires smarter and greener usage of natural resources which suggest China will focus more on scrap steel usage for ongoing infrastructure programs. Armco Metals Holdings has the right business model, at the right place, and at the right time.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Posts Q2, HY14 Results, Strengthens Top Line

August 15, 2014

Armco Metals reports financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2014, recording sequential increases across most of the board as well as year-over-year increases in total sales.

Armco is a U.S.-based company that engages in the import, sale, and distribution of metal ore and non-ferrous metals in the People’s Republic of China, recycles scrap metals used by steel mills in the production of recycled steel, and provides sourcing and pricing services for various metals to its network of customers.

The company’s second-quarter total revenue increased 19% to $32.9 million compared to $27.7 million recorded in the comparable quarter of 2013. The company attributes the gain primarily to increases in the sales of scrap metals and steel billet, partially offset by a decline in sales of manganese ore, chrome ore and titanium.

Armco’s recycling business generated revenue of $26.2 million, a considerable rebound from the segment’s first-quarter 2014 revenue of $2.6 million, and representing 80% of total revenue. Armco’s trading business generated revenue of $6.7 million, accounting for 20% of total revenue.

Gross profit for the second quarter of 2014 was $3.1 million as compared to gross profit of $2.4 million in the second quarter of 2013. Gross margin in the second quarter of 2014 was 9.3% compared to 8.5% in the second quarter of 2013. The significant increase in gross profit and gross margin was largely due to a significant improvement in margins in our trading business.

The company reported a first-quarter net loss of $0.8 million, or a loss of $0.01 per basic and diluted share, compared to earnings of $0.9 million, or $0.04 per basic and diluted share, in the same period of 2013.

Commenting on the company’s second-quarter performance, Armco chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kexuan Yao pointed to the company’s strong business model.

“In the second quarter of 2014 we experienced a strong rebound in sales from our metal recycling business,” he stated in the news release. “We believe the implementation of our “platform strategy” sales model in this business, where we work with our customers more closely, lower our market risks by sharing them with our customers has helped us increase our sales with less or without additional working capital. We are encouraged by our return to generating income from both our market segments and will look to build on this improvement from the first quarter in the second half of 2014.”

For the six-month period ended June 30, 2014, revenues increased to $42.8 million compared to revenues for the same period of 2013 of $42.0 million.

Gross profit for the first six months of 2014 was $1.9 million compared to $3.0 million in the 2013 period, largely attributable adverse market conditions in the scrap metal industry. In the first six months of 2014, Armco’s recycling business contributed 67% and 52% of our net revenue and gross profit, respectively.

First-half net loss was $4.4 million, or a loss of $0.11 per share, compared to a net loss of $0.14 million, or a loss of $0.01 per share, in the first half of 2013.

As of June 30, 2014, the company had $0.7 million in cash and cash equivalents, compared to $0.6 million at year-end of 2013.

Armco also noted that in order to satisfy initial listing standards with the NYSE MKT, the company is evaluating a change in the structure of its acquisition of Draco Resources, Inc. The company continues to pursue a substantial interest in Draco and expects that a restructured agreement with Draco will be formalized following management discussions.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc.’s (AMCO) Experienced Leadership Provide Foundation for Industry Dominance

August 12, 2014

Armco Metals, a competitive player in metal distribution and metal recycling in China’s booming steel industry, aims to become the largest, most reliable recycled scrap steel provider in the country. Operating five subsidiaries that harmoniously collaborate to meet increasing market demands, Armco Metals provides recycled scrap steel and metal and nonferrous metal ores imported from more than 10 countries.

Armco Metals’ subsidiaries are strategically located throughout China, enabling the companies to capitalize on the country’s existing infrastructure and improve import and distribution logistics and costs. Through its subsidiaries in the port cities of Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Lianyungang and the mainland city of Zhengzhou, Armco Metals is able to rapidly distribute recycled scrap steel and metal and nonferrous metal ores throughout the country.

Since its founding in 2001, Armco Metals has established long-standing relationships with more than 100 small-sized and medium-sized metal producers, and under its current management team has experienced considerable growth in the last seven years.

Employing a business strategy based on his extensive industry management experience, Armco Metals’ Chief Executive Officer Kexuan Yoa has guided the company from a foreign enterprise specialized in metal ore trading to a global company in the integrated business of import, production, sales and distribution.

Yoa joined Armco in 2008. In addition to his roles as CEO and chairman of the board, he also serves as chairman and general manager of the company’s Armco Metals International Ltd. subsidiary. Prior to his employment with Armco, Yoa for five years served as the general manager of the Tianjin Branch for Zhengzhou Gaoxin District Development Co. Ltd., a Chinese metal distribution business for which he was responsible for managing and coordinating the delivery of iron ore from around the world to China.

Yoa works alongside Chief Financial Officer Fengtao Wen, who has also been with Armco in this capacity since 2008. Since 2005, Wen has also served as the accounting manager of Armco Metals International and its subsidiary, Henan Armco & Metawise Trading Co., Ltd. Wen graduated from the Economics Department of Zhengzhou University in 1996 and promptly took a position in the accounting department of Zhengzhou Smithing Co. Ltd. where he remained until joining Armco nine years later.

Armco’s core leadership team also includes Weigang Zhao, vice general manager of Armet (Lianyungang) Renewable Resources and member of Armco’s board of directors. Zhao joined Armco’s board in 2008, a year after he obtained his position with Armet (Lianyungang) Renewable Resources. Zhao previously served as a manager in the supply department at Henan Anyang Steel Co. Ltd.; and as marketing manager at Sinotrans Henan Co. Ltd.

Leveraging more than a decade of relevant industry experience, the skilled executive management team of Armco is heading the push toward the company’s corporate goals of becoming the largest scrap steel recycler in China while increasing shareholder value.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Leverages Logistics and Supplier Relationships to Fuel Growth

August 5, 2014

Armco Metals Holdings has over a decade of experience in the sales and distribution of metal and non-ferrous metal ore and recycled scrap steel processing and distribution. The company boasts the development of a diversified sales channel throughout China and provides ore and scrap steel suppliers with access to more than 100 small- and medium-sized metal and steel production facilities. Additionally, the company provides access to some of China’s state-operated foundries. As steel demand increases, this vast client base provides its suppliers with a steady stream of business for both raw materials and scrap steel for recycling.

By having subsidiaries located throughout China, AMCO can take advantage of the country’s existing infrastructure to reduce costs and improve import and distribution logistics. AMCO’s subsidiaries are located in the major port cities of Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Lianyungang, and the mainland city of Zhengzhou. By way of these strategic locations, this allows Armco Metals to efficiently distribute recycled scrap steel and metal and non-ferrous metal ores throughout China. Further, the company’s recycling facility, Armet Renewable Resource, is located in the province of Jiangsu, an area specified as the waste iron and scrap steel recycling processing pilot region for China. Jiangsu province was surrounded by 11 steel mills with combined production of 20 million metric tons per year. The Lianyungang operation is established to become the region’s recycled scrap steel leader.

Further, the company’s recycling facility, Armet Renewable Resource, is located in the Jiangsu province, an area specified as the waste iron and scrap steel recycling processing pilot region for China.

Armco Metals engages in fair business practices and leverages its financial capital to ensure its suppliers receive payment on an immediate basis. The company’s credit line totals $95,395,726 USD derived from at least six banks in mainland and Hong Kong. As a U.S.-based Chinese company, AMCO is highly regulated and prides itself in this reputation which aides in achieving credibility, dependability, and ethics. Through the leadership of its experienced executive management team, the company continues to expand its sales and distribution channels to meet China’s growing steel production demands of today.

Founded in 2001, Armco Metals Holdings is capitalizing on the growing push toward sustainable solutions in steel production and its existing supplier and customer relationships. AMCO has added recycled scrap metal to its product offering, opening a state-of-the-art recycling facility in Lianyungang, China.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Expands Presence in China’s Steel Industry

July 29, 2014

Armco is a value-driven company positioning itself to become the largest scrap steel processor in China. Management’s goal is to create low-cost, high-quality solutions that meet the steel industry’s demands responsibly. With a focus on supplying the demands of today to build a framework for tomorrow, the company endeavors to meet China’s steel production industry’s needs with clever, sustainable, and lucrative approaches to:

• scrap steel processing;
• scrap steel recycling solutions; and
• quality metal and non-ferrous metal ore procurement.

The San Mateo, California-based company is an importer, supplier, and distributor of metal ore and non-ferrous metals, supplying chrome, copper, iron, nickel, titanium, and manganese ores as well as coal and steel billets and selling these processed and non-ferrous ores to an assortment of end-users in China including:

• Aluminum sheet and ingot manufacturers
• Brass and bronze ingot manufacturers
• Copper refineries and smelters
• Foundries
• Specialty steelmakers
• Telephone networks
• Utilities
• Wire and cable producers

The company also recycles scrap metals used by steel mills in the production of recycled steel. Formerly known as China Armco Metals, Armco strives to be responsible to its customers, suppliers, investors, and to the environment. The company, which was founded in 2001, has over ten years of experience in China’s growing steel manufacturing industry and one of management’s goals is for it to become the largest, most efficient recycling company in China. Capitalizing on the growing push toward sustainable solutions in steel production, as well as existing supplier and customer relationships, the company added recycled scrap metal to its product offering in recent years and opened a high-tech recycling facility in Lianyungang, China.

Under management’s direction, Armco has grown significantly over the last seven years. The company has strengthened its existing metal and non-ferrous metal sales and distribution business, expanded its scrap steel recycling capacity, and started providing sourcing and pricing services for various metals to its customers.

Guided by management’s extensive industry experience, forward-looking operating strategy, and wisdom and vision, Armco has evolved from a foreign enterprise specializing in metal ore trading to a global company in the integrated business of import, production, sales, and distribution. Now, as one of China’s leading metal distribution and recycling businesses, Armco works to ensure and maintain the confidence of its customers, suppliers, and investors by continuing to refine its business approach and developing and adopting even more efficient production methods so that its partners reap the benefit.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Unfazed by Lull in Global Steel Demand

July 22, 2014

Armco Metals is a 10-year old company operating through five subsidiaries that position the company as a leading player in the sourcing, importing, processing and distribution of quality recycled scrap steel and metal and non-ferrous metal ore in China. Aligned with government initiatives to develop sustainable and environmentally responsible steel, Armco Metals aims to become the largest recycled scrap steel provider in China.

Industry reports show that China is on track to set a record in steel production despite an expected global lag in demand. The World Steel Association (WSA) projects global demand to rise 3.1% in 2014, down from growth of 3.6% last year, before slightly increasing to 3.3% growth in 2015. Armco is positioned to ride-out the lull by focusing specifically on the scrap steel niche, benefitting from government pushes to increase recycled steel consumption to 20% by 2015 as well as the increasing steel demand from developed countries such as the U.S. and Europe, as forecast by the WSA.

In a recent company announcement, Kexuan Yao, chairman and CEO of Armco, referenced the current steel landscape and the company’s strategy to take advantage of the situation, saying “We continue to see progress at our Renewable Metals subsidiary as we work to position our Company for the future. Our efforts have resulted in this important inclusion in the list of approved operators that we believe will pay big dividends down the road as the Government looks to increase industrial efficiency while reducing pollution. China’s scrap industry has been slow to develop due to many producers opting to use less costly and more pollutive production methods. As the government implements these new initiatives, we see steel producers moving to models that more closely resemble that of the U.S. and Europe which should lead to significant need for scrap steel produced by the small circle of companies who are approved by the government to operate in this industry.”

As Yao noted above, the company’s efforts in the metal ore market also support continued company growth. Ores sourced by Armco include iron ore, chrome ore, nickel ore and manganese ore. The company has established a distribution network of more than 100 small- and medium-sized steel production companies, as well as some of the government’s large state-run foundries.

Armco Metals has well-developed relationships with more than 10 international metal suppliers in ore-rich countries including Australia, India, South Korea, Brazil, and the United States, enabling the company to obtain favorable pricing for our customers, at rates unavailable through direct market importing or spot markets.

Furthermore, Armco Metals has established a proven transportation system that utilizes China’s existing infrastructure, including three deep-sea ports, railway systems, and highway systems, to improve the time, costs and distance capabilities necessary to ore distribution.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Capitalizing on Scrap Steel Processing Opportunities for Growth

July 15, 2014

Armco Metals Holdings was pleased to see its subsidiary, Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc., on a list of 131 companies published by China’s Ministry of Industry & IT as a company that is eligible to enter China’s scrap steel processing industry. Following the company’s recent announcement of this news, one may be interested in taking a look into how its involvement here is driving growth.

Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. is dedicated to providing efficient options for steel production. They know that the companies that choose to use recycled scrap in their steel production realize several benefits as a result. Most notable is that a company winds up using up to 60% less energy and reducing air and water pollution by 86% and 76%, respectively. This reduction in energy results in significant savings for steel producers annually. To address customer demand for responsible material choices and staying in sync with Chinese Government Green initiatives, Armco has created its own recycling facility, capable of producing environmentally friendly, cost-effective solutions for the country’s steel production needs.

Since early 2007, Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc. has become Armco Metals’ primary asset by being focused on recycling and processing scrap steel or use in China’s steel production industry. Operating on 32 acres in the Banqiao Industrial Park in Jiangsu province, this facility has one of the most advanced recycling systems in the world. The advanced system automatically shreds, sorts, and separates the recycled scrap steel processing the highest-quality material for its customer base.

Armco Renewable Metals can process up to one million metric tons of scrap metal each year. In addition, the company is in an early research and development phase for Armet (Lianyungang) Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary of Armco Metals focusing on automotive scrap steel recycling. Taking full advantage of the opportunity, Armco Metals sees the automotive industry as being one of the largest sources of scrap steel and further recognizes the potential this market has for meeting China’s steel production needs.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Subsidiary Noted by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology for Approved Scrap Steel Processing Operations

July 8, 2014

Today before the opening bell, Armco Metals announced its subsidiary Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc. was on a list of companies that have received approval for operation in the scrap steel processing industry. The list of companies was published by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on June 16, 2014. It contains only 131 companies in total and signifies the final step in Armco Metals’ attainment of approval for entering into China’s scrap steel processing industry by the ministry.

Since September 2012, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology came up with a set of stringent policies binding across many company facets as necessary standards for a company to enter into China’s scrap steel processing industry. Known as the “Standards for Entering the Scrap Steel Processing Industry”, these standards include policies for corporate layout, construction requirements, scale, technology and equipment, product quality, energy consumption and resource utilization, environmental protection, training of personnel, production safety, occupational health, social responsibility, supervision, and management. In 2013, Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals attained Model Scrap Processing and Distribution Center” status from the Chinese Scrap Application Association, and earlier in 2014, it attained ministry authorization for market entry.

Armco Metals sees this as a company milestone because of the small number of companies that have been noted to be capable of operating within the policy guidelines. The Chinese government has been pushing for strengthened policies regarding efficiency and environmental responsibility, and Armco Metals is strategically positioned for taking advantage of those policy shifts. The policy shift toward environmental responsibility is forecasted to help promote scrap metal as a market alternative to iron ore for production purposes. At present, scrap steel usage in the Chinese steel industry is only about 8%, or approximately one-seventh of the scrap steel usage in the U.S. and Europe.

Kexuan Yao, Chairman and CEO of Armco Metals Holdings, stated, “We continue to see progress at our Renewable Metals subsidiary as we work to position our Company for the future. Our efforts have resulted in this important inclusion in the list of approved operators that we believe will pay big dividends down the road as the Government looks to increase industrial efficiency while reducing pollution. China’s scrap industry has been slow to develop due to many producers opting to use less costly and more pollutive production methods. As the government implements these new initiatives, we see steel producers moving to models that more closely resemble that of the U.S. and Europe which should lead to significant need for scrap steel produced by the small circle of companies who are approved by the government to operate in this industry.”

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Armco Metal Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) to Benefit from China Factory Activity Hitting Multi-Month Highs

July 3, 2014

Armco Metals Holdings, a distributor of imported metal ores and a steel recycler in China, should benefit from recent indications of rising manufacturing activity in the second largest economy in the world. According to data released on July 1, 2014, China’s factories boosted output suggesting that government stimulus efforts are injecting vigor into the market.

Earlier this year, there were serious concerns that a slowing economic growth caused the build up of China’s inventory of steel to a few hundred million tons. Many markets were rattled earlier in the year by worries that China’s slowing growth would turn into what is referred to as a hard landing, creating a drag on economic activity around the world. A hard landing is an economic state wherein an economy is slowing down sharply or is tipped into outright recession after a period of rapid growth, usually due to government attempts to rein in inflation. Back in May, the price of iron ore fell below $100 a ton for the first time since September 2012 on concerns over reduced demand in China. Since then, the market appears to have rebounded from that low and is consolidating at around $110 a ton. As China is the world’s largest consumer of iron ore, its economy will have the greatest impact on iron ore’s pricing.

The Chinese government’s recent stimulus measures, including targeted credit easing, more spending on railways and business tax breaks, have helped boost investors’ confidence. The stimulus also kicked in manufacturing activity as measured by the HSBC/Markit purchasing managers’ index (PMI). The PMI is calculated based on data from surveys of purchasing managers in the manufacturing sector on five different variables, namely, production level, new orders from customers, speed of supplier deliveries, inventories and employment level. For June, the HSBC/Markit purchasing managers’ index (PMI) rose to 50.7 from May’s 49.4, surging past the 50-point level that separates growth in activity from contraction for the first time since December. Stronger orders and the improving business outlook prompted services firms to hire more workers last month, as indicated by the employment sub-index, which rose to a three-month high.

Other metals have been moving up in pricing as well due to Chinese demand. For instance, China is also the biggest consumer of copper, and that metal also recently picked up to a four month high at around $7,098.75 per ton. Ongoing infrastructure spending is expected to continue pushing economic growth and demand for metals. The only major concern is the sluggish property market which hurt China’s economic growth in the second half of the year, but investors are confident that the Chinese government can keep the growth sustainable through accommodative fiscal and monetary policy.

Armco Metals Holdings continues to position itself to be China’s largest scrap steel processor and has a growing business in metal and nonferrous metal ore procurement. China’s current economic environment should be a driver of this company’s top line growth.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Takes Multi-Faceted Approach to Capitalize on China’s Booming Steel Industry

June 26, 2014

Armco Metals for more than a decade has diligently worked to become one of China’s leading recycled scrap steel sales and distributions companies, forming synergistic relationships with key industry players around the world and rising to meet green initiatives. Under the leadership of CEO Kexuan Yoa, Armco has experienced considerable growth in the last seven years, advancing its mission to become the largest, most efficient recycling company in the world’s top steel producing nation.

In 2013, China contributed 48.6% of global steel output, leading the world’s total steel production of 1.607 million metric tons. According to the World Steel Association, China has secured its No. 1 ranking through 2014 as well, cranking out 50% of global steel supply in the first five months of this year alone.

In recent years, the Chinese government has pushed for environmentally friendly alternative options for steel production, calling for an increase in the consumption of recycled scrap steel from 15% in 2010 to 20% by 2015.

Complementary to these initiatives, Armco strategically operates five subsidiaries, each playing a specific role in the sourcing, importing, processing and distribution of recycled scrap steel and metal and non-ferrous metal ore to more than 100 small-sized and medium-sized metal produced throughout China, as well as more than 10 international metal suppliers from Australia, South Korea, India, Brazil and the United States.

The company’s Armco Renewable Resources subsidiary is strategically located in the city of Lianyungang, a region designated as the waste iron and scrap steel recycling processing pilot region for China. This subsidiary operates a recycling and processing facility, which is capable of processing 1 million metric tons of scrap metal each year. The facility’s Texas Shredder Lindeman System, one of the most advanced recycling systems in the world, automatically shreds, sorts, and separates the recycled scrap steel to process highest-quality material.

Future expansion plans include doubling the facility’s capacity to 2 million metric tons annually, as well as further development of Armco’s Armet (Lianyungang) Holdings subsidiary, which will focus on recycling steel scrap specifically generated by the world’s booming automotive industry.

The Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals subsidiary earlier this month received a restricted materials import approval from the Environmental Management of Solid Waste in China, allowing the subsidiary to import an annual total of 20,000 metric tons of a variety of materials such as steel-based scrap, copper-based scrap, and aluminum-based scrap.

Armco also operates Armco Metals International, Henan Armco & Metawise Trading Co., and its Armco Metals (Shanghai) Holding subsidiaries, each contributing to Armco’s overarching mission to take advantage of revenue-generating market opportunities. Leveraging the value, reach and expertise of each subsidiary, Armco employs a unique approach to capitalize on specific niches within China’s growing steel industry.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) is Dedicated to Environmentally Friendly Business Practices

June 19, 2014

As one of the key metal recyclers in China, Armco Metals Holdings is redefining what it means to act responsibly in regards to the world in which it operates, the companies with which it does business, and the customers it services.

The company is dedicated to finding sustainable, dependable and environmentally solutions for the specific needs of the Chinese steel industry. Armco processes up to one million metric tons of scrap steel each year. The resulting products have helped reduce pollution and save energy, and the company has the numbers to prove it. According to Armco’s website, recycled scrap requires 60% less energy, reduces air pollution by 86%, and decreases water pollution by 76%.

Armco is involved in several great initiatives. One of them is helping the government of the People’s Republic of China reach is scrap metal consumption goal of 20% by 2015. The government has tapped Armco to be a part of this, and the company is excited and eager to help one of the largest nations in the world reduce its carbon footprint.

Armco has been around for over 10 years. In the past decade plus, the company has gained meaningful experience in sourcing and distributing metal and non-ferrous metal ore to the Chinese steel production industry. The company has long, solid relationships with metal producers of all sizes throughout China. It also has relationships with countries abroad, such as the United States, Brazil, India, and Australia.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Prepared to Scale Business with New Credit Approval and Green Light on Valuable Scrap Commodities Import

June 11, 2014

Over the past decade, Armco Metals has steadily evolved from a foreign enterprise into a global powerhouse of imported metal ore and metal recycling. As one of China’s largest metal recyclers, Armco Metals has established and enjoys strong customer relationships with some of the fastest growing steel producing mills and foundries. More than 100 small-sized and medium-sized metal manufacturing enterprises are partnered with Armco Metals for their product needs.

Armco Metals has a growing product portfolio, which includes ferrous and non-ferrous ore, iron ore, chrome ore, nickel ore, magnesium, copper ore, manganese ore, steel billet, and recycled scrap metals. For its product line, Armco Metals obtains raw materials from its established global supply network in South Korea, India, Australia, the United States, Brazil, and beyond.

In recent years, countries across the globe have stepped up their efforts of promoting environmental sustainability, and China is no stranger to that trend. The Chinese government has pushed for domestic consumption of recycled scrap steel to increase to 20% by 2015. In line with that standard, Armco Metals has opened a state-of-the-art recycling facility in Lianyungang, China, to source, process, and distribute up to 1 million tons of scrap steel per year. On the whole, Armco Metals conducts business operations through its subsidiaries: Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc.; Armet (Lianyungang) Holdings, Inc.; Armco Metals International, Ltd.; Henan Armco & Metawise Trading Co., Ltd.; and Armco Metals (Shanghai) Holding, Ltd. Armco Renewable Metals serves as Armco Metals’ principal business unit.

In the recent months, Armco Metals had two company developments that could bode well for future scaling opportunities. In late May, the company reported its reception of an approval letter for a credit facility of $15 million, an increase of 18% compared to its former credit limit. Having adopted a platform strategy where it more fully involves its partners and customers in every stage of its business process, from raw material purchases to processed product sales, Armco Metals anticipates the new credit facility will help in three ways:

  • Enable it to purchase scrap metal using 20 percent of shipped cargo value as a deposit
  • Give it room to grow its global supply capabilities
  • Support up to $20 million in additional revenue capacity for greater growth into the Chinese raw materials market

As for the other development, Armco Metals in early June announced it had received approval from China’s Environmental Management of Solid Waste for importation of restricted materials. With the approval, Armco Metals will be able to import 20,000 metric tons of higher-margin materials including steel-based scrap, copper-based scrap, and aluminum-based scrap. Armco Metals anticipates its newly gained approval will strengthen sales revenue as these non-ferrous scrap metals typically have higher gross margins than scrap steel. With the $15 million credit facility at hand, Armco Metals has greater financial resources available for scaling its import operations for these materials.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Obtains Gov’t Approval for Annual Import of 20,000 Metric Tons of Restricted Materials

June 4, 2014

Today before the opening bell, Armco Metals reported its subsidiary, Renewable Metals, Inc., had obtained a restricted materials import approval from the Environmental Management of the Solid Waste in China.

The approval enables Renewable Metals to import up to 20,000 metric tons of a range of materials on an annual basis. These materials include: steel-based scrap, copper-based scrap, and aluminum-based scrap. Renewable Metals has been taking steps in recent years to improve its operations so it could obtain this governmental approval.

The receipt of approval represents a significant company development for Armco Metals. It will now be able to import certain non-ferrous metals, which typically have significantly higher gross margins than basic scrap steel. Armco Metals is now more strongly positioned for business scaling, as it also recently received a $15 million credit facility approval.

Commenting on the announcement, Kexuan Yao, Chairman and CEO of Armco Metals, stated, “China’s demand for non-ferrous scrap metal has significantly outpaced domestic resources for many years forcing Chinese companies to seek international sources for supply of these materials. Also, beginning in 2013, the China General Administration of Customs has significantly tightened inspection standards on the import of scrap metals in an effort to insure more fair business practices in the regulation of import supply. This approval demonstrates that we have complied with the standards necessary to operate this expanded business and we intend to work diligently to build our operations in what we believe will be a very lucrative business for our Company in the years to come.”

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New Contracts and Acquisition Will Strengthen Cash Position of Armco Metal Holdings, Inc. (AMCO)

May 27, 2014

Armco Metal Holdings has entered into a stock purchase agreement to acquire 100% of Draco Resources for about $46 million. Draco Resources is a wholly owned subsidiary of Metawise Group, and it explores, mines, and trades mineral resources such as metallurgical coal, iron ore, chrome ore, and manganese ore.

Acquisition of Draco will help Armco generate substantial cash flow. Metawise has rights to sell approximately 5 million metric tons of iron ore fines from its facility in Theodore, Alabama. Metawise has entered into a commodity distribution agreement with Draco Resources. Through this agreement, Draco will purchase iron ore fines from Metawise and resell it to third parties. From March this year, Draco has started monthly shipments of 55,000 to 165,000 metric tons of iron ore fines to China. As it can sell 5 million metric tons of iron ore, the company expects to continue shipments to China for at least the next four years.

Demand of iron ore in China is expected to be strong in coming years due to incremental production of steel. For the next four years, China’s steel output is expected to grow at the rate of 4% per annum, which will lead to more iron ore imports. With expected demand, Draco Resources can continue selling its iron ore fines in China, at the similar rate, which will positively impact Armco’s revenue.

Recycling business is another growing story

Armco Metal feels that its metal and steel recycling business will boost the company’s overall revenue. The metal recycling business, which accounts for about 26% of Armco’s total revenue, is expected to grow due to depletion in natural resources, and growing unprocessed scrap metal. Last year, the company sold approximately 154,821 metric tons of scrap metal which helped it to generate a gross profit of about $2.9 million. However, in the first quarter of this year, the company reported a loss of about $1.4 million due to low metal scrap prices and reduced sales. In the first quarter of this year Armco sold only 8,049 metric tons of scrap metal in comparison to sales of 23,001 metric tons in first quarter of last year.

To safeguard its sales margin, Armco started implementing a platform strategy sales model in 2013. Under this model, it is trying to increase involvement of its partners and customers in the complete process, from purchase of raw material to sale of final processed metal scrap. By implementing this model, Armco shares most of the expense required for importing raw material and selling processed scrap steel with customers. Doing so, Armco lowers its market risk related to price of raw material, and it helps to increase sales with less or no additional working capital. It mainly generates profit through fees for processing the unprocessed scraps of customers in its facilities.

The following examples show how implementing its platform strategy will improve Armco’s metal recycling business prospects:

1. Expanding its processing capability:

In May, Armco entered into scrap steel distribution contract with Tewoo Metal International Trade Co. of Tianjin, China. Under this agreement, Armco will source, process, and distribute steel scrap for Tewoo Metals. Initially Tewoo will ship about 2,000 metric tons of steel scrap to Armco, which could further increase.

2. Trying to reduce customer default:

In the second half of last year, Armco’s working capital was hampered due to customer defaults. To reduce such risks, the company is entering into contracts with customers in which most of the cash expense for importing and transporting scrap steel is managed by the customers. In April, Armco entered into an agreement with Midland resources on similar terms. Under the deal, Midland will use its importing licenses to import scrap steel, while Armco will act as a sourcing agent for it, and it will also process the unprocessed scrap steel. Hence, most of the expense will be taken care of by Midland, while Armco will generate profit through its processing capability.

3. Trying to tap opportunities in other parts of the world:

In March, Armco signed a long-term scrap steel supply agreement with another company, Mitsui Shanghai. Armco will source, process, and supply scrap metals with various specifications and standards. Mitsui Shanghai is the subsidiary of Mitsui & Co, Japan, which is one of the largest Japanese trading companies, with trading operations in various parts of world. Hence, by entering into an agreement with Mitsui Shanghai, Armco can get a deal in Japan or Mitsui’s other trading areas, too.

Mitsui Shanghai currently purchases 15,000 to 20,000 metric tons of steel scrap per month, and it has future expansion plans. Another salient feature of the contract is that Mitsui will pay in advance for buying raw materials as well as final product, which will be produced after processing at Armco’s facilities and thus strengthen Armco’s cash position.

Armco expects more such deals this year, which will further improve its processing capability as well as cash flow.

Conclusion

Armco Metal is trying to strengthen its cash position by entering into long-term contracts under its metal recycling business. In addition, acquisition of Draco Resources will positively impact its revenue due to stable demand of iron ore in China. Overall, I recommend investors hold this stock.

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Receives $15 Million Credit Approval from Chinese Commercial Bank

May 21, 2014

Today before the opening bell, Armco Metals Holdings announced its reception of a $15 million (RMB 96 million) credit facility from a Chinese commercial bank. According to Armco Metal Holdings’ credit approval letter, $7.5 million can be used for general purposes such as Import Letters of Credit and Import Bill Advances. The remaining $7.5 million is allowed to be used for special business purposes such as secured business loans. The credit facility took effect on May 16, 2014 and is in effect for a 12-month period. It replaces the previous credit facility of $12.7 million (RMB 78 million) that Armco Metals Holdings had with the same Chinese commercial bank.

Under the credit facility’s terms of approval, Armco Metals Holdings will be able to financing purchases of numerous raw materials. It is different from the company’s other credit facilities for financing of scrap metal in addition to Chrome Ore, Manganese Ore, Nickel Ore, Copper Ore, and Galena Ore. According to historic data, the profit margin for scrap metal has generally fluctuated between 7% and 19%, which is normally around 10%.

For financing its scrap metal business, Armco Metals Holdings had previously dipped into its own cash-flow, which had placed severe obstacles on the company’s ability to scale. With the company’s platform strategy in which customers share scrap metal sourcing costs, the credit approval greatly improves Armco Metals Holdings in a number of facets:

• Gives the company the ability to purchase scrap metals with 20% of the cargo value as a deposit.
• Gives the company additional leverage which the company believes will greatly improve its supply capabilities.
• Gives the company the capacity to support up to $20 million in additional revenue capacity, which gives it positioning for expanding its market share in the Chinese raw materials industry.

Commenting on the announcement, Kexuan Yao, Chairman and CEO of Armco Metals Holdings, stated, “We are pleased to have obtained this new $15 million credit approval as it will help us to significantly expand our scrap metal business capabilities. We also see this as an indication that the Chinese government and banking industry is planning to further support and stabilize the metals and steel business through monetary policy. The approval of the facility demonstrates bank’s continued confidence and recognition on our business operation and business model. This new facility will provide us with significant financial flexibility to opportunistically grow our business over the course of the next twelve months and we look forward to putting it to use to help grow our business.”

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Armco Metals Holdings, Inc. (AMCO) Inks Scrap Steel Distribution Agreement with TEWOO Metals

May 16, 2014

Armco Metals Holdings, a distributor of imported metal ores and a steel recycler in China, announced today that its Armco (Lianyungang) Renewable Metals, Inc. subsidiary has entered into a steel scrap distribution contract with TEWOO Metals International Trade Co., Ltd. TEWOO Metals is the largest state-owned enterprise in Tianjin that engages in domestic and international trading, distribution, machining, delivery and E-commerce of metals and industrial commodities.

With registered capital of 700 million RMB, TEWOO Metals was established in May, 2006 through the merger of three companies; Tianjin Metal Material Company, Tianjin Xiantong Material & Trade Co. Ltd., and Tianjin Hopetone Co., Ltd. For fiscal year 2013, TEWOO Metals’ total sales revenue was approximately RMB 35 billion and its total sales volume in steel was approximately 14.2 million metric tons.

With the agreement, Renewable Metals will serve as a vendor to source, process, and distribute steel scrap from TEWOO Metals. The first shipment from TEWOO Metals will account for 2,000 metric tons. Armco Metals Holdings sees this agreement as one which will help strengthen the business relationship between the two companies. Additionally, the contract will increase processing capabilities and profit margin through mutually beneficial purchase and payment terms.

Kexuan Yao, Chairman and CEO of Armco Metals, said, “We are excited to work with TEWOO Metals through this new distribution agreement. Since 2014, Armco Metals Holdings has entered into supply agreements with industry leaders such as Mitsui & Co., Ltd., and Midland Resources (China) Company Limited under our ‘platform strategy’ where much of the costs are absorbed by the purchaser with our company receiving more stable and predictable processing fees. This agreement with TEWOO Metals enables us to better manage materials purchasing with a trusted partner on what we believe are very favorable payment terms to help us further leverage our cash to increase volumes and profitability. We believe this type of partnership, coupled with our platform strategy, will allow us to make further inroads to achieving long-term business growth and success.”

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