Sadoff Iron & Metal adds to scrap trading team

Karen Eckert has 24 years of experience with global automotive parts manufacturer Nemak.

August 29, 2017
Recycling Today Staff
Electronics Ferrous Nonferrous Personnel
Sadoff Iron & Metal Co., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, has announced the addition of Karen Eckert to the company’s scrap trading team. 

Eckert has 24 years of experience with Nemak (formerly J.L. French), a global automotive parts manufacturing company headquartered in Greater Monterrey, Mexico. Starting in general production at Nemak, Eckert was promoted from junior buyer to her most recent role as senior metal buyer during her time at Nemak.

Eckert joins Sadoff as an account representative and will handle industrial accounts along with leveraging her knowledge of scrap dealers and processors nationally for ferrous and nonferrous trading, says the company. 

“We are very excited for Karen to join our team,” says Mark Lasky, Sadoff CEO. “Several of our current staff has known and worked with Karen for many years and we have always been impressed by her knowledge and integrity.”

Eckert will be based out of Sadoff’s Sheboygan, Wisconsin, office and will start Sept. 7, 2017.

Sadoff Iron & Metal Co., founded by Edward Rudoy in 1947, is a ferrous, nonferrous and electronic scrap metal processing company. The company has nine recycling facilities located throughout Wisconsin and Nebraska. Sadoff provides scrap metal recycling, processing and scrap management services to industry, foundries, steel mills and smelters. The company conducts business in 42 states as well as in  Canada, Mexico, China, India, Taiwan and South Korea.