November, 2010 / South Windsor, CT
In a move to continue its growth in the high temperature alloy market, Aerodyne Alloys today announced that effective November 2010, Robert Jergel will join the Aerodyne Alloys team as Vice President of Sales. Mr. Jergel will supervise and direct the company’s outside sales force and work closely with all customers. One goal is to continue the company’s growth in the aerospace, power generation, and oil and gas markets. “In addition to outside sales responsibilities and developing sales strategies, Bob will spearhead our trade show activity; work with marketing, and guide customer programs,” said Greg Chase, President of Aerodyne Alloys.
Bob has a B.S. degree in Business from State University of New York, Oswego, and has completed numerous management development programs at the University of Michigan and Penn State. Prior to joining Aerodyne Alloys, Bob was with Carpenter Technology in Reading PA, since 1979 where most recently he was the regional sales manager for all Carpenter products in New England, the Mid Atlantic, and the Southeast. He has had held positions in inside sales, outside sales, special accounts manager, district manager, sales manager of "bar" products. Bob lives in South Glastonbury, Connecticut with his wife Cindy. They have 2 children, Ryan (18), is a freshman at the University of Rhode Island majoring in Film/Media, and Patrick (21) is a senior at Assumption College majoring in Finance. “Bob brings deep experience in the metals market to our team and customers in this senior role. This appointment complements our management strategy to continue to build on our leadership position,” added Chase.
About Aerodyne Alloys
Aerodyne Alloys has been a leading international supplier and processor of high temp specialty alloys since 1979. We are a major stocking supplier of high temperature alloy products including: Nickel, Cobalt, Titanium, Stainless, Alloy Steel, Alloy X, and Alloys 718/625. The company maintains facilities in CT, CA, SC and TX. Aerodyne Alloys is privately owned by O'Neal Steel, a family owned business. O'Neal invited Aerodyne Alloys to participate in the O'Neal High--Performance Metals Group, to provide high-temperature, high-performance metals with sister companies with locations throughout the United States. For more information: 800-243-4344 or online at: www.AerodyneAlloys.com.
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