Feralloy President Roger Sippey Retires
 
Roger B. Sippey has retired from Feralloy Corp. after 42 years with the Chicago-based service center company. Sippey has served as president and CEO of the company, now a subsidiary of Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., since 2007. Carlos M. Rodriguez-Borjas has assumed the roles of president and chief operating officer.

“Roger has done an outstanding job guiding Feralloy through the most severe economic period any of us have ever seen. Our time with Roger seemed to fly by after our 2008 acquisition of the PNA Group, and we only wish him well as he enjoys his well-earned retirement,” says Reliance President and COO Gregg J. Mollins.

Sippey joined Feralloy in 1968 and served in various executive roles during his 42-year tenure with the company, including general manager of Feralloy’s St. Louis and Eastern Divisions, and president and CEO of Feralloy North American Steel, a joint venture with Feralloy Corp. and Rautaruukki in Detroit. In 2004, he was promoted to executive vice president. Feralloy grew from a $5 million to a $500 million company during his time with the company.

Sippey’s contributions to Feralloy’s success were many, according to Paul J. Cusumano, senior manager of national accounts and marketing. “Roger was fully engaged and committed each and every day. He is a visionary and a student of the industry. These qualities were instrumental in the establishment of Acero Prime in Mexico.”
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