Terry Ender to head up UK office of GO Carlson Inc
G.O. Carlson Inc., a world leader in providing high-performance corrosion- and heat-resistant materials, has announced the opening of a European sales office to support its two operating companies, Electralloy and G.O. Carlson Plate. The office will be located in the United Kingdom in Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
The new office strengthens the company’s commitment to provide sales and technical assistance to customers throughout the world.
G.O. Carlson has appointed Terry Ender to head up the new office. Prior to joining G.O. Carlson, Ender was Commercial Director at AK Steel Ltd.
G.O. Carlson Inc CEO, Gunard Travaglini said, “The opening of the Hitchin, Hertfordshire UK sales base allows G.O.Carlson to further strengthen relationships with our current customers while also affording us the opportunity to gain market share and expand sales of Electralloy products and G.O. Carlson Plate Products throughout Europe”.
G.O. Carlson Plate Products can answer virtually any request for specialty plate including stainless steel, nickel alloys, copper-nickel, and other specialty grades. Vacuum Arc and Electroslag Remelting (VAR/ESR) delivers ultra-clean, exceptionally reliable product. Renowned for its ability to fulfill the needs of specialty plate users, G.O. Carlson Plate Products is capable of rough and finished machining, plasma arc and water-jet cutting, shearing, grinding and flattening.
Known for specialty alloys that offer uncompromising quality for the toughest applications, Electralloy provides a range of alloy products from simple, low alloy steel to complex high-temperature alloys in ingot, billet, bar, master alloy pigs and Nitronic® weld wire. Electralloy products are used in virtually all major markets including aerospace, power generation, nuclear forging, military, automotive, marine, agriculture and chemical.
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