Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. is shaking things up.
The Portland, Ore.-based recycler and steelmaker has appointed Richard Peach to serve as its executive vice president and chief strategy officer, an expanded role.
Peach previously acted as the company’s executive vice president, chief financial officer, and chief strategy officer.
Schnitzer has also appointed Stefano Gaggini, currently vice president, deputy chief financial officer and chief accounting officer, to be senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Additionally, Mark Schuessler will serve as the vice president and chief accounting officer. Schuessler has served as vice president, accounting and reporting, the company said.
All changes are effective September 1, 2022.
More detail is available here.
By Becca Moczygemba, Becca@SteelMarketUpdate.com
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