Orillia, Ontario (PRWEB) July 24, 2014 -- Electronic Distributors International Inc. (“EDI Inc.”) is now expanding upon its’ existing suite of services. Investors who are wondering where to buy and sell gold along with other forms of precious metals will be delighted to discover that EDI Refining has become a full-service, bricks and mortar facility where you can liquidate your precious metals holdings as well as purchase LBMA “good delivery” bullion, sourced from globally recognized brands.
Through a global consumer network and an integrated business model, the company has uniquely placed itself in a position where it can compete with all of the domestic chartered banks for the purchase and supply of Investment Grade (or LMBA “good delivery”) gold and silver bullion without the associated costly account set up fees, delivery fees, and storage fees. This brings a new level of convenience to the marketplace and eliminates the bureaucracy associated with traditional avenues of bullion trading.
If you are looking to buy and sell gold in Canada, you want to work with a company that is: transparent, credit-worthy, environmentally-sound and readily accessible.
Recently, EDI Inc. has achieved two of the highest certifications the industry can bestow.
Firstly, R2 – Responsible Recycling (which is awarded upon reaching a third-party audited standard of responsible recycling practices) and secondly OHSAS 18001, which is awarded to employers who follow an internationally recognized set of safety practices and protocols as it pertains to employee safety and hygiene in the workplace. This combination of certification is very rare in our industry, but speaks to the culture of the company and the commitment by the company’s founders.
EDI Inc. is an integrated recycling and asset-management company, based in Orillia, Ontario (~ 120 kilometers north of Toronto). With an initial focus on the procurement of network and telecommunication equipment, we have built our business based on transparency, reliable service and pricing, far beyond the reach of many of our competitors, whose sole business is to buy, melt and sell karat bar scrap to third-party refiners. Upon the foundation of a strong regional presence, EDI has grown in recent years to become one of the largest recyclers of printed circuit board scrap in Canada. Circuit boards contain noble metals such as gold, silver, platinum, and palladium and with the shear scope and magnitude of our annual precious metals reclamation program, it only stands to reason that we have come to understand the complexity of the world of precious metals.
Navigating through the world of precious metals can be an overwhelming and confusing ordeal for those interested in making an initial investment or for those looking to divest themselves of assets which they currently hold.
Gone are the days of simple economic Supply and Demand principals, which historically resulted in stable and often predictably cyclical markets. Today, the financial markets operate at a very fast pace and often exhibit a high degree of volatility. It requires a fair amount of personal research to participate in the buying and selling of gold, silver, and other forms of precious metals, and with an unprecedented number of consumers in the marketplace today, a significant degree of the risk comes in finding the right consumer to work with.
EDI Refining (a division of EDI Inc.) is continuing to build on the strong foundation, values and reputation of its parent company, as a company that consumers can put their trust in.
EDI Refining procures: gold, silver, platinum, palladium, dental scrap, jewellery scrap, coins, tableware and/or flatware, commercial and/or industrial precious metal containing components and materials, including but not limited to: New Production printed circuit boards, Post-Consumer printed circuit board scrap, ceramic and fiber processors, plated connector scrap, bandolier scrap, solder alloys and certain domestic mining materials.
For more information on how you can take advantage of these services and benefit from our diverse business platform, please visit EDI Refining’s Service Page.
Norman E. Yorke, EDI Refining, http://www.edirefining.com, +1 1.866.688.3353, [email protected]
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