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By AMANDA HARRISON
A scrap materials wholesaler is creating new jobs in Prince Frederick with the purchase of a new facility.
Super Salvage, the scrap materials wholesaler serving Washington, D.C., and Southern Maryland, is creating seven to 10 jobs with the purchase of a new building in Prince Frederick.
The company, which is owned by its employees, will have about 15 employees at the Prince Frederick location when fully staffed, said Bob Bullock, chief financial officer for Super Salvage. But, he added, the company has been having “problems finding people that want to be permanent.”
He said that if anyone is looking or interested, “we’d be tickled to talk to them.”
The company had been leasing a building off Jibsail Drive for the last four years, Bullock said, and when the company had the chance to purchase the existing building on Skipjack Road, “they jumped at the chance at calling it home.”
The recently purchased building, he said, has been there since about the 1980s.
The purchase of the building was made possible by a $1.2 million loan from M&T Bank, according a news release from M&T.
Last September, M&T told Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. (D) and the U.S. Small Business Administration that it would increase small business lending by $50 million above 2010 levels for each of the next three years, the release states.