Carpenter names new leader of Performance Engineered Products division

July 16, 2013

Carpenter Technology Corporation has named Gary Heasley as the company’s new Senior Vice President – Performance Engineered Products (PEP). As of Monday July 22, Heasley will have responsibility for Carpenter subsidiaries Amega West Services, LLC, Dynamet, Inc., and Carpenter Powder Products, Inc. He will also oversee Carpenter’s distribution businesses, Latrobe Specialty Steel Distribution, Inc. and Specialty Steel Supply, Inc.

The PEP portfolio accounts for approximately $600 million in annual sales, or 25% of Carpenter’s total annual revenue. 

Heasley joins Carpenter after eight years with Steel Dynamics, Inc. (SDI), an $8 billion Fort Wayne, Indiana-based company for which he most recently served as Executive Vice President, Strategic Planning and Business Development, and President of Steel Dynamics’ subsidiary, New Millennium Buildings Systems. Prior to joining Steel Dynamics as its CFO in 2005, Heasley spent three years as Senior Vice President and Manager, Metals Group for KeyBanc Capital Markets, Inc./McDonald Investments.

In addition to SDI and KeyBank Capital Markets, Inc./McDonald Investments, Heasley held corporate finance positions with Nakornthai Strip Mill Public Company Limited and Ernst & Young, LLP.

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