Nickel Institute Announces Retirement of Peter Cutler

Cutler has worked in the nickel industry for 20 years.

December 13, 2012
Recycling Today Staff
Nonferrous Personnel

The Nickel Institute has announced that Peter Cutler, its director of promotion and market development, is retiring after 20 years of service to the nickel industry.

Kevin Bradley, president of the Nickel Institute, says, “The nickel industry owes a great debt to Peter who worked tirelessly for two decades to raise awareness of nickel and its benefits in applications like stainless steel. Under Peter’s skilful stewardship, the nickel industry focused strongly on supporting and promoting the appropriate use of nickel in products and materials. On behalf of his colleagues and the members of the Nickel Institute, I would like to wish Peter all the best for a long and happy retirement.”

The Nickel Institute expects to name a replacement for Cutler by the first half of 2013. In the meantime, the Nickel Institute has put in place interim arrangements to manage its market development and promotion programs.

Cutler started work with the Nickel Development Institute (NiDI) in the U.K., which in 2004 merged with the Nickel Producers Environmental Research Association (NiPERA) to form the Nickel Institute.