OmniSource Announces Executive Changes

Scrap metal firm names Brady, Redden and Gibble to new posts.

November 29, 2012
Recycling Today Staff

OmniSource Corp., wholly owned by Steel Dynamics Inc., has made a number of changes to its executive ranks.

Rich Brady, most recently executive vice president, Ferrous Commercial for OmniSource, has been named executive vice president – Southeast. He will be in charge of leading the company’s ferrous and nonferrous operations in the region. Brady joined Steel Dynamics in 2004 and transitioned to OmniSource in 2008.

Starting Dec. 1, 2012, Jason Redden will assume the role of executive vice president – Commercial. He will be responsible for ferrous and nonferrous sales and will assume national accounts sales management responsibilities. Redden most recently served as the executive vice president – Nonferrous Group, where he directed all nonferrous procurement, sales and operational activities. Prior to that, Redden was the vice president of national accounts and foundry sales at OmniSource.

Also effective Dec. 1, Scott Gibble, currently executive vice president – Midwest at OmniSource, will expand his responsibilities to include nonferrous operations, procurement, and non-sales related support functions. Gibble has been with OmniSource since 1999.

"We are pleased to make these promotions," says Russ Rinn, executive vice president of metals recycling and president and COO of OmniSource Corp. "Rich, Jason and Scott have consistently contributed to the company's ability to grow its footprint. Their insightful leadership and valuable experience in the steel and scrap businesses have also contributed and will continue to contribute to our ability to weather the ebbs and flows within the scrap industry. We appreciate their commitment to OmniSource's success and I am delighted to announce their respective appointments.”