Sivyer Steel Corporation announces several changes in executive leadership beginning with the retirement of chief financial officer Frank Johnson, after seven years with the company. Assuming the responsibilities of Johnson will be Tim Mohs, as chief operating officer. Mohs has been with the corporation for five years beginning as controller, before moving to vice president of operations.
Dale Weeldreyer has taken over as vice president of operations. Weeldreyer relocated to Bettendorf from Milwaukee, WI earlier this year to assume the role of manager of engineering and maintenance at Sivyer Steel. Prior to joining Sivyer, Weeldreyer spent over 20 years as vice president of purchasing and engineering at Grede Foundries.
Sivyer Steel was founded in 1909, and is one of the first large steel foundries in the United States. Sivyer produces high-quality, high-volume custom castings for many manufacturing industries including the recycling, military and mining industries.
Source - Sivyer Steel