Gary, Ind.-based Alliance Steel, a flat-rolled coil service center and toll processor, appoints Andrew “Drew” Gross as president and chief operating officer. He will assume his new role effective July 1, the company said.
Gross, who has been with Alliance for more than 15 years, held several senior positions within the company, including merchandising, sales, account management, marketing, strategic planning, and business development. Prior to his appointment to president and COO, he most recently served as corporate VP.
“It will be an incredible honor to lead this remarkable organization into its next chapter… I look forward to cultivating new opportunities to better serve our customers in every sector with forward-thinking and creative solutions,” said Gross.
Alliance Steel is a flat-rolled steel supplier, coil processor, and material distributor headquarters in Gary, Ind., with additional facilities in Atlanta, Ga., and Memphis, Tenn. The northwest Indiana-based service center with metallurgical capabilities provides client-tailored solutions in futures hedging, index pricing, and spot buys.
By David Schollaert, David@SteelMarketUpdate.com
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