Jacomij - Recycling is our DNA

Since 1969 Jacomij has been a specialist in processing and recycling of non-ferrous metals, precious metals, car catalysts and WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). Within the metal and electronics recycling industry, Jacomij belongs to one of the largest and most modern companies in Europe

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Jacomij is an important player in the international recycling market for over 50 years, focussing on nonferrous metals, residuals and electronics. Over the years, the company has managed to make excellent contacts within the national/international market and industry. Thanks to, among others, these contacts and a future-oriented vision, Jacomij Group is able to anticipate developments in the quickly changing market of metallic products and electronics. This guarantees optimum and sustainable recycling of raw materials, now and in the future, with respect for both people and the environment.

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Jacomij puts CDW 3 in a fantastic new outfit

CDW-New-Logo-800.pngFriday 23 September 2022 As of this season, Jacomij is the proud shirt sponsor of CDW 3. Last three Saturdays, the men got to shine in their new kits for the first time, and how... Three wins in a row without a single ... full story

Jacomij also active in the field of sports

Lars foto2.jpgFriday 23 September 2022 Jacomij is also active on the sports front. Lars de Boer (pictured left), our car catalyst buyer, participated in the latest edition of the well-known Mudmasters. In matching Jacomij clothing, he ... full story

Recycling International "Quality has a new name: Jacob Metal Group"

RI JMG.pngFriday 15 July 2022 In the May/June edition of Recycling International, the management of the Jacob Metal Group graces the cover. The rebranding gave rise to a presentation of the various branches by means of a cover... full story
Jacomij Metalen is happy to take over the administrative proces surrounding the transport from its clients, arrange the required permits and handle the customs formalities.

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