Cape Divine Pty Ltd was established several years ago. It is a family enterprise. Vincent King, founder and managing director of the company brings 30 years of experience from within the scrap metal industry.
Mr King has developed and continues to develop a substantial range of mobile processing equipment which permits the processing of scrap metals to be carried out at any given site in South Australia.
Cape Divine Pty Ltd is unique in the Scrap Metal Industry. Cape Divine specializes in the clearance of scrap metals from Councils and privately operated landfills, farms. We service in excess of 90 such landfills within 300km road miles from Adelaide, South Australia. Farm clearance of scrap metals are welcome, as we have tailored the equipment to pass through standard farm gates.
Cape Divine is the registered Drum Master operator in South Australia, and is the recommended contractor by the South Australian E.P.A.
The company maintains an extensive fleet of highway transport. The trailers carry modified 40 foot sea containers, that are open topped. The collection of scrap metal is traditionally carried out by loose loading into the sea containers for transportation to a central site for processing. This allow for the safe transport of sundry scrap metals with no risk of the metals falling from the sea containers.
The company has an extensive fleet of excavators. The excavators are equipped with a grab that is ideal in the loading of the sea containers from dumps, farms, industrial sites and wrecking yards. The Bailer is designed to handle loose metal drums, white goods, wire, galvanized iron, and much more. It produces logs or bales of any required length or density. The hopper is large enough to accommodate a full sized car body shell. The bailer is completely mobile, is self contained, and comes with it's own fire fighting equipment. Our roll on- roll off trucks provide a bin service where they are required. We leave the bins at your location, then come collect the filled bin. It also has a detachable deck which enables it to operate as a tilt tray where heavy scrap machinery is required to be removed.