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Evraz Stratcor names Davis as new chief

Sep 26, 2013 | 03:33 PM | Daniel Fitzgerald

Tags  Evraz Stratcor, Brandon Davis, Tim Scott, Evraz North America, vanadium, ferrovanadium, Daniel Fitzgerald


NEW YORK — Evraz Stratcor Inc. has appointed Brandon Davis as chief executive officer effective Oct. 1. Davis replaces retiring general manager Tim Scott.

Davis had been director of operational excellence for the flat products group of Chicago-based Evraz Inc. North America.

Scott has been general manager of the Hot Springs, Ark.-based producer of specialty vanadium alloys and chemicals since 2004. He will serve as a consultant for Evraz Stratcor after retiring.

Evraz Stratcor and Evraz North America are subsidiaries of Russian steelmaker Evraz Plc.




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