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Steinert US' Dennis Ciccotelli to retire May 31

Keywords: Tags  Steinert US, Dennis Ciccotelli, Jason Looman, Camden Iron & Metal, Resource Recycling, Lisa Gordon

PITTSBURGH — Steinert US Inc. scrap market vice president Dennis Ciccotelli will retire May 31 after nearly a half century in the recycling industry.

The Walton, Ky.-based provider of separation equipment for the scrap, waste and mining industries credits Ciccotelli with helping to expand the U.S. division of German parent Steinert GmbH from a satellite operation with three employees to a corporation with more than 30 employees.

"For many of our customers, Steinert US is Dennis Ciccotelli," president Jason Looman said in a statement. "He has been a great leader, innovator, friend and mentor to many in the industry."

Ciccotelli began his career in 1964 as a crane and monorail engineer and later worked at Camden Iron & Metals Inc. and Resource Recycling LLC before representing Steinert GmbH in the United States.

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