PSC Metals makes executive changes
PSC Metals, Inc. has promoted and rehired
three executives in its nonferrous operations.
Garey Rittenhouse was appointed vice president, Southern nonferrous
trading, with responsibility for PSC Metals’ East Tennessee nonferrous
operations. Rittenhouse, a former PSC Metals’ employee, rejoined
the company from Alcoa Recycling. He is based in Knoxville.
Brian Carlone was appointed vice president, Northern nonferrous
trading. Carlone joined PSC Metals after having worked for Metalico
Annaco, Inc. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry
and is based at PSC Metals’ Barberton facility.
Carlone is vice president of the Northern Ohio Chapter of the
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI).
Frank Savena rejoined PSC Metals in May, 2011 as director of
export sales and copper. Savena is based at PSC Metals’ Wooster
location and had been with Cronimet Trading.
In recognizing the company’s non-ferrous operations, Alcoa, Inc.’s
rolling mill plant in Davenport, Iowa, honored PSC Metals as
a top ten supplier for fall 2011.
Last month, PSC Metals expanded its operations in Missouri, Illinois
and Arkansas through acquisitions.