Mining | Mineral | Metals

About Us

Since 1851, we've been developing and contributing to industry, communities and economies around the world. Our expertise in mining places us at the forefront of the industry. We are readily available with an international service.

German Metals expertise in Minings, Minerals, Metals

German Metals roots trace back to 1851 and a tin mine at Altenberg. German Metals became a global leader in the metals and mining sector and a major producer of aluminium and alumina, chrome and manganese ores and alloys, steaming coal, nickel and titanium minerals. German Metals also developed a substantial and growing copper portfolio.

  • Mining
  • Minerals
  • Metals
  • Petroleum

Our Team

Janet K. Barlow

General Manager
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Robert Fraczkiewicz

Project Manager
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Charles B. Evans

Project Co-ordinator
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Kathryn Berck

Geologist
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Dan Holliday

Offshore Installation Manager
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James Regan

Metallurgist
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Martin Werding

CEO
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Ms. Rossbach

COO
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Stefan Josef Muller

PRESIDENT
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Max Planck

CFO
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Volker Lannert

CMO
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Julius-Maximilians

CTO
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Delmark Goldfarb

Project Manager
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Daniel Swindell

Project Engineer
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Stephen D Hilton

Financial Manager
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Samuel Tasher

scientist
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Ben Reytblat

Metallurgist
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Gary Dreyer

APRAISER
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BK Kamal Nath

Project Manager
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Manjunath

Project Engineer
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VinayKumar

Financial Manager
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P.Mahadevan

Scientist
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Vikram

Metallurgist
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Shivakumar

Appraiser
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Main Services

German Metals is a world-leading resources company. We extract and process minerals, oil and gas, Metals.

Mine construction services are specialized activities related to both surface and underground mines. The company’s mine construction work has included: refuge stations, underground explosives magazines, underground shops, crushing and conveying systems, sumps and dams for mine dewatering systems, ground stabilization through the installation of rock bolts and the application of shotcrete, grout injection and backfill. Services also include vent doors and shotcrete walls, hoist and fan foundation installations as well as electrical and mechanical installations for hoisting, ventilation and dewatering systems.

German Metals also provides services to customers in the civil underground construction industry.
German Metals has completed underground work for hydroelectric facilities (powerhouse and tailrace tunnel excavations, tunnel rehabilitation), ground stabilization and construction work for the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory and established a freshwater reservoir and collection system by installing a concrete bulkhead and piping system in an adjacent abandoned mine. DMC has also built a pedestrian walkway and utility tunnel under downtown Salt Lake City. DMC has completed civil raise boring work in Atlanta, and a major sewer project in Indianapolis.

Raise boring is a continuous, mechanical method of excavating vertical or near-vertical holes between two levels of an underground mine. The holes can be used for ventilation, manways and ore and waste transportation. Raise boring is generally considered a safer, faster and more cost-effective way of excavating raises than more traditional drilling and blasting methods.

We support petrochemical production, process engineering, cargo logistics operations, facility and equipment integrity management as well as product and personnel certification on a global basis. With petrochemicals being produced on a very large scale, manufacturing units produce multiple products and these units are often clustered in various locations around the world. Effective logistical plans and on-time deliveries are therefore critical to ensuring that projects and processes remain on schedule. Our local teams proactively work with you to expedite timelines, and if there is an issue our prompt responses help you get back on schedule. Unexpected plant downtime can escalate costs and cause lengthy delays. To avoid this we provide services such as preventive and corrective integrity inspections, in-service inspection data maintenance and analysis, corrosion mitigation, and much more – all of which help to keep your facilities and production capabilities running efficiently. Whether you are constructing a new plant or enhancing and expanding an existing one, our technical experts can provide support from equipment design review, 3D laser scanning and dimensional control, condition assessments and engineering consulting to inspection, corrosion control, non-destructive testing and more.

Specialty chemicals, also known as performance chemicals, are used as ingredients in finished products and to improve manufacturing processes. Specialty chemical innovation depends on uniting technical and performance attributes; therefore understanding the chemical composition and properties and how they add value to their proposed application are important. Any potential impact on health and the environment also needs to be assessed and addressed. Serving a diverse range of sectors from speciality polymer and nanomaterials to food additives, flavours and fragrances, our scientists are able to test the chemical composition or physical properties of your specialty chemicals, evaluating how they meet and exceed quality, safety, sustainability and performance standards, as part of our Total Quality Assurance expertise. Through our network of analytical laboratories we can support your research or manufacturing with quality control testing, trace analysis, contamination and formulation analysis, helping your specialty chemicals to reach optimal performance characteristics, enabling you to power ahead with pace and precision. Our laboratories work to industry recognised standards such as ISO 17025 or Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) so that registration submission data is suitable for authorities worldwide.

Governments are increasing their focus on nuclear power to meet growing energy demands, while achieving environmental goals with reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Nuclear energy is a cost-effective, clean and reliable source of electricity, and continues to be a significant share of the power generation mix. Increasing numbers of new nuclear plants are being constructed worldwide and now stands at its highest in 25 years. Safety, quality, performance and reliability are vital. From the design and construction of a new plant to its operation and maintenance, the nuclear industry is subject to stringent regulation throughout a site's lifecycle. Adequate quality assurance activities from vendor surveillance and initial design and construction, and commissioning, with appropriate equipment regulatory and safety certifications are essential to have long term reliability and safe operations. At the same time, aging nuclear plants and changing operating regimes require operational and condition assessment of the equipment.

German Metals has a fully equipped metallurgical laboratory utilizing scanning electron microscopes, electron microscope analyzers, routine metallurgical laboratory equipment, and advanced analytical equipment to perform metallurgical analysis and root cause analysis.

We manage NORM, TENORM, NOW, NARM and any other radioactive material with atomic numbers 1 through 95. USA’s Radioactive Material License authorizes USA to perform the decontamination and disposal of buildings, pipe, land, and equipment impacted with radioactive materials. USA is equipped to handle something as small as a single radioactive exit sign or smoke detector to as complex as a full MARSSIM facility closure. USA has the right mixture of experience, expertise, licensing and equipment to provide full service radioactive materials management associated with the decontamination and/or decommissioning of our clients equipment and facilities. Our RCRA expertise also allows us to meet your mixed waste needs.

Out of all the elements in the world, iridium is the rarest element of them all iridium has amazing properties that allow it to be used for a variety of things. In our world today, iridium is used industrially, medically, and scientifically. Although much of iridium is gathered as a by-product from nickel refineries, this element is found in nature as a sediment. This element was believed to have been brought to Earth by a giant meteor that contained iridium and impacted the Earth.Iridium is a solid metal at room temperature and has extremely high melting and boiling points which is used in the outer part of satellite for protection from sunlight radiation. Although it is extremely brittle when pure, it can be mixed with other metals to give it better strength and durability. This metal is unreactive like the element gold. It also has the characteristic of being highly resistant to corrosion.

Operations and Projects

Sierrita

NORTH AMERICA

Tyrone

NORTH AMERICA

Henderson

NORTH AMERICA

Climax

NORTH AMERICA

Miami

NORTH AMERICA

Safford

NORTH AMERICA

Chino

NORTH AMERICA

Cerro Verde

SOUTH AMERICA

El Abra

SOUTH AMERICA

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