Versatile Processing Indiana, located in Southern Indiana, is a full-scale wire chopping facility that processes over 5 million pounds of scrap wire and cable each month. Operations are housed inside two 54,000 sq. ft. buildings with one building dedicated to storage, sorting, and material preparation. This facility processes material from both Industrial, Utility, & Dealer suppliers.
Versatile Processing Indiana uses a high efficiency mechanical process to shred, granulate and separate copper, aluminum, and steel from plastic, paper or other insulators used in making wire and cable. Advanced automation and specific design layout of our equipment permits us to service the utility, wire manufacturing, telecommunications and scrap industries. A certified truck scale is used to insure accurate weights are used for every inbound and outbound shipment.
Utility companies utilize VPG’s specialize blueprint & service as it reduces labor cost and increases net return by capturing the value of all products contained in the mixed metal. Once sorted, materials are staged for production in the manufacturing building.