Perrine welcomes Sharon Tube return
Mar 12, 2013 | 02:33 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK Coming out of retirement to lead Sharon Tube was an easy decision for former chief executive officer William Perrine, who was recently tapped to lead the relaunch of the brand.
"It feels great to be back. This is truly my home. My father worked here in this factory before I did," Perrine told AMM.
Perrine, who started working at Sharon Tube Co. as a laborer in 1970, left in 2007 after the company was acquired by former JMC Steel Group Inc. owner Carlyle Group LP, Washington. The market leader in drawn-over-mandrel mechanical tube products was then integrated into JMC subsidiary Wheatland Tube Co.....
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