MMFX Steel Corporation of America Hires New Regional Sales Manager in Response to Industry Demand
19th June, 2014
June 19, 2014 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time IRVINE, Calif.--MMFX® Steel Corporation of America has appointed Steve Spragale as the new regional sales manager for the Northeast region. Spragale will be responsible for the growth of acceptance, use and marketing of MMFX products throughout the Northeastern U.S. market. “Steve’s experience in sales and marketing of rebar products, as well as his existing business relationships, is a benefit to our customers in the Northeast,” said Kevin McKown, MMFX Steel Corporation of America vice president of sales and marketing. “His industry knowledge will be a great resource for engineers looking for solutions to reduce costs and extend the life cycle of their design projects.” With the growing need for uncoated corrosion-resistant and high-strength reinforcing steel, MMFX is in a unique position to deliver through the use of MMFX2® and the newly developed ChromX™ 4100 line of steel. These products provide solutions to extend the life cycle of design projects or to lower construction costs through the use of Grade 100 reinforcing steel. A steel industry veteran, Spragale has over 30 years of progressive sales experience with mills, fabricators and service centers in the Northeast region. Steve started his career with Bethlehem Steel after graduating from college. Most recently, Spragale held positions at Pennsylvania Steel and Drexel Metals, where he focused on growing government agency sales on new construction projects. Spragale has an MBA from West Chester University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Penn State. About MMFX Steel Corporation of America MMFX® Steel Corporation (“MMFX Steel”) is an operating subsidiary of MMFX Technologies Corporation and is based in Irvine, California. MMFX Steel markets and sells high-strength steel products, such as ChromX™ 4100, and its popular high-strength, corrosion-resistant steel, MMFX2® rebar. MMFX2 rebar has been independently proven to be five times more corrosion-resistant than and up to two times as strong as conventional steel. Sold under the specifications ASTM A1035 Grades 100 and 120, these high-strength, corrosion-resistant steels are used in bridges and highway systems, high-rise buildings, sea walls, ports, marinas and numerous commercial/industrial applications.