Metro Alloys Expands Executive Management Team
Marvin J. Fish and Dave Darnell take on roles to enhance customer service, safety and growth.
LIGHTNING RELEASES — 08/20/14 East Point, GA — Metro Alloys, Inc., a leading buyer, processor and broker of industrial scrap metals, today announced the promotions of Marvin J. Fish and Dave Darnell to new positions on its executive management team. In their new roles, Fish takes on responsibilities in a newly created position as Metro’s Vice President of Marketing and Darnell expands his responsibilities to become Metro’s General Manager. The promotions will enhance the company’s focus on customer service, safety and long-term growth.
“Marvin is an integral part of Metro’s success and his strong marketing skills have helped us to continually grow while maintaining close relationships with our existing customers, said Metro President Neil H. Berman. “He’s been in the scrap metal recycling industry nearly 50 years and his experience benefits our customers every day.”
“Dave’s experience in finance and operations has had a positive impact on Metro’s operations,” added Metro Vice President Bruce H. Berman. “Since joining Metro in 2011, Dave has worked across all levels of the company to assure polices and procedures are effective, understood and fully implemented.”
Fish joined Metro Alloys in 2000 and was most recently General Manager, the role Darnell now assumes having served as the company’s Controller. The two have worked closely together for the past several years and will continue to do so as they advance the company’s focus on superior customer service and employee safety programs.
Metro Alloys is in its fourth decade of operations providing industrial scrap metal recycling solutions to manufacturers and mills worldwide, and is a multi-time recipient of the Alcoa Top Supplier Award.
About Metro Alloys
Metro Alloys is a leading buyer, processor and broker of industrial scrap metals. With headquarters in East Point (Atlanta), Georgia, the company collects and processes ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals from industrial sources throughout North America. The power of aggregating materials from multiple sources enables Metro Alloys to directly supply high-quality industrial scrap to mills and consumers around the world. The company’s industrial clients profit from customized recycling programs that are directly tied to their manufacturing processes with direct mill pricing, detailed documentation and timely payments for their scrap metal by-products.
For more information, please contact:
Marvin Fish, Vice President of Marketing
Or visit www.metroalloysinc.com