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Thursday, February 1, 2018
 

Lapham-Hickey Steel Corp., Bedford Park, IL, a full-line carbon-steel service center, has announced that it has transitioned its management structure to the fourth generation of the Hickey family with Brian Hickey becoming president. Will Hickey was promoted to chief commercial officer. Bill Hickey, who was president of Lapham-Hickey for nearly 40 years, is now chairman. Steve Ford, who also has 40 years with the organization, was named executive vice president.

Osborn, Richmond, IN, supplier of surface-treatment solutions, has named Scottie Mahl director of marketing and product management. Prior to joining Osborn, Mahl held several marketing and strategy leadership positions at Cummins Inc.

The Wagner Companies, a manufacturer and global supplier of architectural railing systems and custom metal products for industrial applications, named Michael Dover as its president. Dover assumes the position previously held by Rick Kettler, who retired after an 18-year career with the company and a nine-year tenure as president. Bob Wagner remains in the role of chief executive officer.

IRMCO, Evanston, IL, a manufacturer of oil-free lubricants for metal stamping, forming and tube bending, has appointed David Moore tooling/sales engineer for the Southern region. Moore has more than 20 years’ experience in tool, die and stamping processes.

Cincinnati Incorporated, Cincinnati, OH, a supplier of metal-fabrication equipment, has named Adam Yborra sales engineer for the Eastern United States, including Eastern Pennsylvania, South New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Northwest New York. Yborra has extensive experience in design, project management and additive-manufacturing initiatives. He will be based in Philadelphia, PA.

 

 

See also: IRMCO, Cincinnati Inc.


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