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He went to French schools and became fluent in Italian and French. As a novice non ferrous semi finished metals trader Brian benefited from being surrounded by knowledgeable industry vets. After a 10 year stint in the lingerie business in Seattle, Brian came back to metals when he joined Charles Bluestone Company as a stainless buyer and non ferrous trader representing this Pittsburgh company in the South in their Charlotte office.
He enjoyed 9 years with Bluestone where he had a chance to develop lasting friendships and business relationships with scrap dealers and consumers. In , shortly after Metal Management purchased Bluestone, Brian joined Powercom Services in Atlanta and in fulfilled his dream of owning his own business and started Amity Metals.
In the family moved to Charlotte, North Carolina. While raising three kids Merry has been teaching English as a second language part time for many years and became a full partner with Brian at Amity Metals.
Merry primarily handles financing and paperwork. It was an imposing and dangerous place in the fifties. He attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and worked to get a business degree, met his future wife and went to work with his father at Myers Brothers Inc. He managed to find different training for a couple of years in Chicago to expand his knowledge in the business. In his father fully retired from Myers Brothers and moved to south Florida. He purchased the company and acquired a partner who became an equal owner.
They rapidly grew their account base and pushed for expansion by buying a new non-ferrous facility. They maintained the business till when they sold. In Charles joined Amity Metals as a broker. His knowledge of the markets coupled with his extensive experience in running yard operations including a large aluminum sweat furnace can help his clients find the best markets for their metals.
During his time there, he learned how to identify and process various grades of scrap metal. While there, he was responsible for purchasing copper and brass scrap. Jim joined Amity Metals in early and is excited about the opportunity to grow and serve his customers in the scrap metal brokerage business. Jim has served in various ISRI related boards and committees.