Tin. Tin Alloys. Solder. Anodes. Babbitt.

Proudly supplying the largest and most efficient electroplaters, foundries, and electronics assembly operations in North America.

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Metallurgical and manufacturing expertise.

Over 225 years in metals gives us the most experience in the business.

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Highest Purity and Best Availability.

ISO 9001:2008 certified since 1997.

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Inventory and Logistics Control.

We ensure on-time deliveries to keep
our customers running smoothly.

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Quality metals since 1789.

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Our Services

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

From our state-of-the-art facility, Nathan Trotter maintains unparalleled flexibility and capacity to manufacture metal products to exacting customer demands.

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Distribution

Distribution

Our longstanding, top-tier relationships with producers around the globe give our customers access to a wealth and diversity of metal.

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Scrap Reclaim

Scrap Reclaim

Long committed to bringing our customers value for their dollar, Nathan Trotter offers metal reclaim programs that are tailored to our customers’ process.

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Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

Nathan Trotter’s long history of service and reliability could not have been achieved without strict adherence to our quality standards.

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About Nathan Trotter

Nathan Trotter’s 200-year history of service and reliability has made us a trusted manufacturer and distributor of metals. Our valued customers – including Fortune 500 leaders – look to us with confidence.

From procuring metals through our global resources to casting and extruding exact shapes or creating precise alloys, Nathan Trotter and its staff use their metallurgical expertise to meet ever-changing customer demands at the highest level of quality and the lowest cost.

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Our History

In the 200 years since its founding, Nathan Trotter & Co., Inc. has evolved into the largest manufacturer of tin and tin alloys in North America.

In addition to tin, the product offerings have grown to include over 20 metals, many of which are melted on-site to create various alloys and shapes. The company remains committed to preserving our legacy as the nation’s oldest continuously-operated metals manufacturer.

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