Stephen H. Moss has been working in the scrap metals industry since 2000 when he joined Stanton A. Moss Inc., a broker-merchant of nonferrous metals with a focus on aluminum, where he is currently vice president. Moss received his B.A. in history from Northwestern University and J.D. from Villanova University School of Law. After graduation, he went to work for PMG Systems doing activity- based costing for the banking and financial services industry.
Moss is serving his sixth term as a member of the ISRI board. He is also currently serving as the chair of the SREA Task Force. Stephen has served twice as ISRI convention chair, on the ISRI Executive Committee, as Mid-Atlantic Chapter president, Nonferrous Division chair, and on various committees.
When not working, Moss enjoys spending time with his wife, Meredith, and their two young daughters (Madelyn and Shoshana). He also enjoys rooting for the Northwestern Wildcats, playing golf, volunteering in the Jewish community, and traveling to wineries and sporting events.
Sea Logistics is experiencing unprecedented operating and rate conditions globally with unreliable ships, port congestion, asset shortages, extended transit times and significantly disrupted supply chains. In addition, rates have reached heights never seen before in head-haul trades and rising just about everywhere. All of this has brought a raft of new challenges to just about […]