Jonathan Sabin has been named president at the Sabin Metal Group of Companies, the largest independently owned, secondary precious metals refining organisation in North America. He takes over from his father, Andrew Sabin, now the company’s chairman, and represents the fourth generation of the family owned business which began with his great grandfather.
Sabin has been with the organisation for the past 15 years, overseeing precious metals recovery/refining, managing sampling and assaying processing, and serving in numerous administrative capacities. He was graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.G.S. degree specialising in business and languages, and is also a board member at the South Fork Natural History Museum and the Andrew Sabin Foundation. Before joining the company, Sabin traded currencies at the Union Bank of Switzerland in New York.
Sabin Metal recovers and refines precious metals from a variety of processes and products, from industries including hydrocarbon, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, fuel cell, mining, electronic materials, and nitric acid processes. The company recovers and refines platinum group metals (PGMs) including platinum, palladium, ruthenium, and rhodium, along with rhenium and other precious metals for organisations of all sizes around the world.
Adapted from press release by Joseph Green
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