Olympic Steel announced the promotion of Terry Rohde to Director of Operations. Rhode began his career at Olympic Steel in 2008 and was promoted to General Manager of the Chicago division in 2008. In his new role he will responsible for all of Olympic Steel’s facilities and equipment.
Olympic also announced the promotion of Scott Besunder to the position of General Manager of the Gary Division. Besunder joined Olympic Steel in 2004 and has been Purchasing and Material Manager at the Gary division since 2014.
“Both Terry and Scott have a solid foundation of broad-based experience to help them succeed in their new roles,” Andrew Greiff, executive vice president and chief operating officer.
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