MCCAFFERY JOINS STAINLESS FOUNDRY & ENGINEERING AS SALES DIRECTOR

McCaffery Joins Stainless Foundry & Engineering as Sales Director

McCaffery Joins Stainless Foundry & Engineering as Sales Director

Growth in new alloys sparks need for sales and marketing

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – April 30, 2019 – Stainless Foundry & Engineering (SF&E) is pleased to announce the addition of Mitch McCaffery as Director of Sales & Marketing. Mitch’s hire is directly related to SF&E growth in new alloys and services in the market.

“Mitch comes to reinforce our leadership team and support our growth plan with the introduction of new alloys and services in the market”, shares Jim Stachowiak, President and CEO of Stainless Foundry & Engineering.  Illium®8 – a new product developed by SF&E is one example of” our answer to the growing demand in the food processing, chemical markets and other applications for a non-galling and high corrosion resistant alloy.”

Mitch McCaffery brings demonstrated experience and knowledge to the SF&E team and its 600 customer base spread throughout North America and Europe. Mitch worked for Spuncast, Inc., where he served in sales and engineering roles for over 9 years. His sales, engineering and product management background align with the SF&E mission to work collaboratively with customers in high complexity project.

About Stainless Foundry & Engineering

Stainless Foundry & Engineering consists of two foundries in one, offering both sand and investment casting capabilities, with in-house machine shop capabilities. SF&E services more than 600 customers throughout North America and Europe in the chemical, petrochemical, nuclear, pharmaceutical, food & dairy, and military markets. SF&E poures more than 250 corrosion-resistant, high heat, and wear-resistant steel, stainless steel and high alloy parts. With annual shipments of nearly 4 million pounds of castings produced in weights ranging from grams to over 2,800 pounds, SF&E has the technical competence and manufacturing expertise to satisfy the requirements of highly complex casting projects.

 

Posted on: 2019-05-13 01:16:11

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