PITTSBURGH Metro Alloys Inc. has promoted two employees to its executive team as part of a strategy to focus on customer service, safety and long-term growth.
The Atlanta-based buyer, processor and broker of industrial scrap metals has named Marvin J. Fish to the newly created position of vice president of marketing. Fish, who has been with the company since 2000, most recently served as general manager.
"Marvin is an integral part of Metros success and his strong marketing skills have helped us to continually grow while maintaining close relationships with our existing customers," Metro Alloys president Neil H. Berman said in a statement. "Hes been in the scrap metal recycling industry nearly 50 years and his experience benefits our customers every day."
Dave Darnell succeeds Fish as general manager but will remain as controller.
"Daves experience in finance and operations has had a positive impact on Metros operations," vice president Bruce H. Berman said. "Since joining Metro in 2011, Dave has worked across all levels of the company to assure policies and procedures are effective, understood and fully implemented."