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DJJ Announces Organizational Changes

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Keith Grass, DJJ’s current president and CEO, will continue to serve as CEO of the company.

Recycling Today Staff December 11, 2012
  Feldman
The David J. Joseph Co. (DJJ), headquartered in Cincinnati, has announced changes to its top management staff. Effective Jan. 1, 2013, Craig Feldman will become president with direct responsibility for all businesses and activities across the DJJ group of companies. 
 
Feldman joined DJJ in 1986 and has served in a variety of roles including district manager in the ferrous trading business, president of Western Metals Recycling and operations staff member for SHV (DJJ's Netherlands-based parent company until 2008). He currently serves as executive vice president of DJJ's recycling group. He will continue to serve as a vice president and general manager of Nucor.
 
  Schaefer
Succeeding Feldman as executive vice president of the recycling group will be Mark Schaefer, who joined the company in 1985 and has served in a variety of roles including district manager in the ferrous trading business, vice president of Logistic Services and president of U-Pull-&-Pay, DJJ's self-serve auto parts business. Schaefer also will become a Nucor general manager.
 
Keith Grass, DJJ’s current president and CEO, will continue as CEO of DJJ as part of his responsibilities as executive vice president of Nucor. “These promotions are part of a planned management transition. I am confident that both Craig Feldman and Mark Schaefer are well prepared and well positioned to take on these new responsibilities. I look forward to working with the team as they look for ways to continue to grow and build the DJJ organization.” 

 

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