The impact of Covid-19 has been felt across all borders and industries. The commodity-cycle driven metals market, which had already grappled with the effects of the metals tariffs, was roiled by the global shutdowns.
Still, business owners immediately pivoted to survival mode, taking measurable steps to shore up their business in the face of rapidly-changing market dynamics.
Though we are now seeing meaningful signs of renewed upward momentum, the metals market is still facing dislocation in certain segments. As market activity slowly returns, business owners are considering their short and long-term strategies regarding the future of their business.
Livingstone has brought together a panel of business leaders across the metals sector to discuss the proactive measures they have implemented to cushion their businesses in the current economic cycle and hear their thoughts on the future of the market.
Hosted by Mike Jenny, the 30-minute webinar will feature a panel discussion and a thought-provoking Q&A session.
Date and Time:
Thursday, July 9, 2020, at 2:00 pm CT
- Gabriel Hudock, CEO & President of Alumisource, a technology-focused aluminum processor. They buy dirty scrap aluminum and work with some of the largest aluminum consumers in North America to provide furnace ready material. Alumisource products have significant benefits in terms of blending and melting efficiency while also providing cost savings to mills relative to RSI and prime.
- Adam Mervis, CEO of Mervis Industries, a scrap recycling business offering a myriad of services, including customized processing, tolling, and railcar dismantling.
- Andrew Nichols, CEO of Elmet Technologies, the only US-owned and operated fully-integrated tungsten and molybdenum manufacturer.
- Marc Schupan, CEO & President of Schupan & Sons, a non-ferrous industrial scrap processor, metals and plastics broker, aluminum distributor & manufacturer, with aluminum melting facilities.
All registrants will receive the webinar recording, presentation deck, and webinar transcription.