UPG Enterprises, LLC, has hired Bob Ross as Vice President of Sales, Electrical Steel. Ross is responsible for the business development of UPG’s Mapes & Sprowl Steel and Lamination Specialties divisions located in the Chicagoland area.
Ross joins UPG with over 20 years’ experience selling electrical steel/laminations with the balance in forgings, metal fabrication and custom machining.
“Bob’s strict attention to detail and problem-solving acumen have helped him lead successful outside and inside sales teams throughout his career” said Chris Sekella, UPG Executive Vice President of Operations. “His breadth of expertise in the industry will drive our growth and continue to make us stronger together.”
Ross holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from Rutgers University.
UPG Enterprises operates of a diverse set of industrial companies focused on metals, manufacturing, distribution, and logistics, with 25 locations throughout North America. Lamination Specialties provides a wide range of products and services to the electrical steel and lamination industry. Mapes & Sprowl Steel is a leading service center specializing in enameling steel for porcelain-coating applications, silicon electrical steel for electrical applications, Agion antimicrobial treated steel and electrical steel cores.
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