Steel Dynamics sets OmniSource promotions

Steel Dynamics, Inc. announced a number of management promotions and organizational changes at OmniSource Corporation, its wholly-owned metals recycling subsidiary.

In making these announcements, Mark Millett, Steel Dynamics executive vice president for metals recycling and ferrous resources and the recently appointed president and chief operating officer of OmniSource Corporation, said, “These new appointments, all of which have come from within the company, will provide additional vision and leadership as we continue to build our OmniSource platform.

The following are appointed OmniSource executive vice presidents:

Tommy Tuschman, who has served as an executive with OmniSource since the merger of his scrap company into OmniSource in 1980, becomes OmniSource’s executive vice president for strategic sourcing and business development. He will continue in his role of sourcing of metals from major strategic accounts as well as pursuing other OmniSource growth opportunities.

Marvin Siegel will continue in his role as executive vice president, leading OmniSource Southeast. Previously, Marvin served as president of Recycle South, which became a part of OmniSource earlier this year.

Larry Adelman has been named OmniSource executive vice president- non-ferrous group. Larry, who will be responsible for strategic operations of the non-ferrous group, served as president of Admetco, a non-ferrous scrap processor, from 1977 until it was acquired in 2004 by OmniSource.

Rich Brady is named OmniSource vice president-ferrous sourcing and marketing. Rich previously served as vice president for ferrous resources for Steel Dynamics (SDI) and upon joining the company in 2004 established SDI’s in-house scrap procurement department.

Bob Brewer is named OmniSource vice president-ferrous operations. In this role, Bob will be responsible for six geographically-defined OmniSource scrap collection and processing divisions in the Midwest. Bob previously served as Southern Indiana division manager.

Jason Redden is named OmniSource vice president-national accounts and foundry sales. Jason becomes responsible for procurement and management of scrap metal from large regional and national industrial accounts. Jason has held marketing positions at OmniSource since 1997.

Steve Alberico is named Omni-Source vice president, non-ferrous sourcing and marketing. Steve previously served as nickel and stainless commodity manager. A 28-year veteran of the metals industry, he has held numerous positions in scrap procurement, sales, and operations.

Jeff Rynearson, a 25-year employee of OmniSource, has been named vice president, non-ferrous operations. In this capacity, he will be responsible for the company’s six high-production non-ferrous processing facilities in the Midwest.

Denny Luma, president of Superior Aluminum Alloys, Inc., also becomes a vice president of OmniSource. Superior Aluminum Alloys is a wholly-owned subsidiary of OmniSource Corporation. Prior to joining OmniSource in 2001, Denny was president of Wabash Alloys.