Alloy Engineering Appoints Midwest Technical Sales Engineer

BEREA, OHIO, December 9, 2005-Mark Checkley has been appointed sales engineer for The Alloy Engineering Company. He will be responsible for sales of the company's diverse line of high-temperature and corrosion-resistant products in Michigan, Ohio and large portions of Indiana and West Virginia. For over 60 years, Alloy Engineering has been a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial furnace components.

In making the announcement of Mr. Checkley's appointment, Alloy Engineering Sales and Marketing Manager Patt Cretu-Ball noted, "Over the years, Alloy Engineering has developed a strong, engineering-based approach to meeting our customers' high-temperature needs that is unique in our industry. In this position, Mark will work with customers and prospects to analyze their unique needs. Backed by innovative design and engineering, and superior fabrication, our sales team ensures that customers realize a strong return on investment on capital expenditures."

Prior to joining Alloy Engineering, Mr. Checkley held various sales positions in the industrial gas and welding supply industries for over 20 years representing companies such as Air Products, Miller Electric, Hilti, Toro and Honeywell.

Mr. Checkley attended Western Michigan University with advanced studies at Oakland University, Rochester, Mich. where he was a Gold Key National Honor Society member. He resides in Waterford, Mich. with his wife Linda and their two children.

For more than 60 years, The Alloy Engineering Company has pioneered the design and manufacture of a wide range of alloy products for high-temperature furnace and corrosive applications throughout the automotive, aerospace, petrochemical, pulp & paper, primary metals, and general manufacturing industries.

For More Information:

Patt Cretu-Ball
The Alloy Engineering Company
(440) 243-6800
Fax: (440) 243-6489

Jim Benes
Benes Marketing Communications
(440) 944-5826
Fax: (440) 944-7674

Benes Marketing Communications
If you would prefer not to receive further messages from this sender:
1. Click on the Reply button.
2. Replace the Subject field with the word REMOVE.
3. Click the Send button.
You will receive one additional e-mail message confirming your removal.

More from Controls & Controllers

All Topics