Saturday, September 18th, 2021

Gerdau Huntington, Business of the Month

Posted: Friday, September 1, 2017

Gerdau Huntington Facility, 25 Commercial Road, was named Chamber Business of the Month for September by the Chamber Ambassadors. Gerdau is one of the largest suppliers of special steel in the world and the leading producer of long steel in the Americas.

Gerdau’s special steel North American division specializes in producing special bar quality (SBQ) steel for the automotive, commercial vehicle, agricultural and energy markets. Gerdau Huntington Facility is involved in Huntington County and was the 2017 corporate sponsor of Huntington Heritage Days.

The Chamber would like to congratulate Gerdau Huntington Facility and Rich Card, plant general manager, and Kendall Mickley, division controller, and all of their employees for being named the Chamber Business of the Month for September.

Shown in the front row, from left, are Kerry Beaver, Lime City Title Services, and Terry Miller, Real Living Ness Bros., both Chamber Ambassadors; Greg Sands, Rich Card, plant general manager, Ginger Olson, Kendall Mickley, division controller, Dianne Metzger, all from Gerdau and Staci Mathias, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity and Chamber Ambassador. Second row, from left, are Davin Smith, Bowers Brewer Garrett & Wiley and Chamber Ambassador; Jarrod Fisher, Jeremy Lambert, Adam Tabor, Nick Schweickart all from Gerdau; Danielle Shaw, Bippus State Bank, Shelly Gray, Wells Fargo Bank, Jessi Brown, Huntington City-Township Public Library, and JoDeane Knowles, TCU and all Chamber Ambassadors. Back row, from left, Doug Melchi, Gerdau; Kolby Rosemeyer, iAB Financial Bank and Chamber Ambassador; John Garrott, Beacon Credit Union, and Chamber board member and Tim Geerling, American Family Insurance Natalie Chevalier Agency, and Chamber Ambassador.