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Living History 


All in the Family 

Texas Iron & Metal’s history is not illustrious. It is humble and befitting the American Dream. What is now a thriving national business led by Max Reichenthal, began in the back of Max Moore’s pick-up truck during World War II.

While it has grown exponentially in both size and offering, the intrinsic values on which Moore founded the company are rooted at its core. From culture to customer service, hard work, honesty, reliability, and innovation guide every part of Texas Iron & Metal.

From Car to Compound 

After almost a decade of running the business from his truck, Max Moore proudly opened the doors of Texas Iron & Metal's first location. He built a strong business, laying the groundwork for his son-in-law, Sidney Reichenthal, and generations to come. Throughout the following decades, Texas Iron & Metal grew as a company. Under Sidney, the business moved away from the scrap metal industry and grew its stake in surplus. What began in the back of Max Moore’s pickup truck is now a ten-acre compound, minutes from downtown Houston.

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