Bermco Aluminum

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Bermco Aluminum is a privately-held aluminum recycling and smelting company located in Birmingham. It scraps and shreds salvaged metal at a facility in Bessemer and smelts it into sows and ingots for industrial use at a site near Sloss Furnaces at 3230 Messer Airport Highway.

The company was founded in the 1920s by Fred Berman as the Berman Brothers Iron & Metal Company, and was then just a scrap yard. The current CEO is Steve Weinstein.

In 2010 the company announced plans to relocate to a new facility in Lincoln, closer to its main automotive-industry customers. The proposed $10 million plant could more than double the company's production.


  • Tomberlin, Michael (April 26, 2002) "Bermco proves it has mettle to fulfill role as auto supplier."
  • Tomberlin, Michael (December 2, 2010) "Birmingham aluminum smelter Bermco plans Lincoln facility." Birmingham News