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Retired with Kloeckner: Bill Partalis Retires After 15 Years as CEO of Kloeckner

This article was published on: 12/19/17 10:00 AM

It is the end of the year, and also the end of an era at Kloeckner Metals. Bill Partalis is retiring after 15 years as CEO of Kloeckner Metals Corporation and 34 years with the company. He has directed the company through many changes and amazing growth. Along the way, he has made a lot of friends. “He’s …

Opportunities at Kloeckner: Rebecca Tran

This article was published on: 12/12/17 10:00 AM

Changing Branches Can Create Opportunities at Kloeckner On November 1st, Regional Management Trainee Rebecca Tran moved to her fourth Kloeckner location in less than three years. After starting out in Oklahoma, she was relocated to New Orleans, and then to Dallas. She left the Dallas branch to head to the corporate office in Atlanta, where she …

Emerging Leaders Program Prepares Kloeckner for the Future

This article was published on: 12/5/17 10:00 AM

Participants Travel to Germany to Learn and Meet New People The second round of Kloeckner’s Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) recently finished and participants are excited about where Kloeckner is heading. The program takes a group of upcoming leaders at Kloeckner selected from both North America and Europe and brings them together to learn more about …

Kloeckner Donates Building Materials for People in Need in Haiti and El Salvador

This article was published on: 11/28/17 10:00 AM

Kloeckner Helps Rebuild in Haiti In response to the devastation of Hurricane Matthew last year, Kloeckner Metals donated two 29 gauge 40.875 wide painted metal coils to rebuild structures in Haiti. Those coils were run through the roll former at Metal Panels Inc., a partner in the event, which turned the metal coils into metal roofing panels. The …

Kloeckner Indianapolis Food Drive Shatters Expectations

This article was published on: 11/21/17 10:00 AM

More than 650 Items Collected For the past few weeks, Office Manager Steve Blair at Kloeckner Indianapolis has been sharing his office with a growing pile of canned foods. As of Friday, November 17, the massive stack tallied 654 items. Then the food was collected by the local Gleaner’s Food Bank and taken to their …

Kloeckner Metals Relief Fund Provides Assistance for Employees

This article was published on: 11/20/17 7:27 PM

In order to better help employees in need, Kloeckner Metals Corporation has created the Kloeckner Metals Relief Fund. The fund is a separate entity governed by its own board of directors. The purpose of the fund is to provide relief for Kloeckner employees who are impacted by natural disasters, fires, or other catastrophic events. “Back …

Veterans Day at American Fabricators – Kloeckner

This article was published on: 11/7/17 10:00 AM

In honor of Veterans Day, Kloeckner is recognizing the more than 20 veterans who work at Kloeckner’s American Fabricators Inc. (AFI) branch in Nashville, Tennessee. Kloeckner would like to thank these veterans for both their years of service, as well as the excellence that they continue to bring to the Kloeckner team. “On Veterans Day …

Kloeckner’s Annual Tradition of Dressing Up For Halloween

This article was published on: 10/31/17 10:00 AM

A Halloween Tradition and the Devastating Hurricane That Started It Every year employees at the corporate office in Roswell, Georgia go all out dressing up for Halloween. Everyone participates, and some departments even coordinate group costumes. The tradition has evolved into a bit of a competition, with the purchasing department being the group to beat …

Kloeckner Metals Partners With Living Canopies

This article was published on: 10/24/17 10:00 AM

The Living Umbrella Provides both Shade and Color The Kloeckner Metals York branch has partnered with Living Canopies to produce the world’s first shade umbrella to utilize plant life instead of a fabric canopy. The Living Umbrella is a patio sized umbrella with a steel frame that can host a variety of different plants. It is portable, …

Sante Fe Springs Partners with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation & Pipeline to a Cure

This article was published on: 10/17/17 10:00 AM

Stan Bryson, a Processing Manager at Kloeckner’s Santa Fe Springs (SFS) branch, began his involvement with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) when a close friend of his, Emily Haager, shared her experiences of living with the genetically-inherited disease – and her love of surfing. It turns out CF and surfing have something in common. Studies have shown that inhaling …

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