Peter Wang

Posted on July 13, 2016

Peter Wang joined Bristol Metals, LLC in June 2016 as the Vice President responsible for Asia Pacific business development.  Peter brings his expertise in global business development and extensive knowledge of the metals market.  Most recently he served as Executive Vice President of Blacoh Industries leading the Metal division globally.  Prior to that, Peter worked as the Managing Director of Special Metals Pacific Pte. Ltd. based in Singapore.  Peter also held senior positions at RathGibson, a PCC company, IDEX Asia Pacific Group and Colfax Corporation in Shanghai.  Peter received his B.A. in Engineering from Dalian Maritime University and M.B.A from Shanghai Jiaotong University.


Carl Devine

Posted on July 11, 2016

Carl Devine joined Bristol Metals, LLC in November 2010 as the Manager of Manufacturing Operations with responsibility for Primary, Batch and Finishing production. Prior to arriving at Bristol, Mr. Devine held a number of key Operations roles including Plant Manager, Production Manager and Materials Manager in the float and rolled pattern glass industry. Carl served as the Director of Manufacturing Operations at Bristol from 2014 prior to his promotion to VP of Manufacturing and Labor Relations in November of 2015. Carl’s core functional areas as VP of Manufacturing and Labor Relations are Safety, welding and finishing manufacturing, maintenance and labor relations.

Parker Sword

Posted on June 10, 2016

Parker Sword joined Bristol Metals, LLC in April of 2006. Parker began his career at Bristol Metals in the commodity sales department and later moved to the special alloys and projects sales group. Next he managed the international sales department combining his experience in both commodity and special alloy products. Parker now manages both the international and special alloy sales departments. Parker received his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech.

Colton McDavid

Posted on April 13, 2015

Colton McDavid joined Bristol Metals, LLC in February 2013. Colton has studied Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technologies at Northeast State Community College. He has worked in various positions at Bristol Metals before coming into the Sales Department, including pickling and shipping/warehouse.

Jason Ste Marie

Posted on April 13, 2015

Jason Ste Marie joined Bristol Metals, LLC in January of 2013. Jason graduated from Cochise College, Sierra Vista, AZ with an AS in Intelligence operations Studies. Prior to joining Bristol Metals, Jason worked as an Intelligence Analyst in the US Army.

Korea Chem 2015

Posted on February 4, 2015

Korea Chem 2015 | April 21st-24th, 2015 | Kintax1, South Korea | Booth # 4E308

Jonathan W. Williams

Posted on July 25, 2013

Jonathan Williams joined Bristol Metals, LLC in January 2004 after gathering 14 years’ experience with a competitor. Jonathan began working as Customer Service Representative before assuming the role of Special Alloys Sales Representative in late 2005.  He has held the position of Senior Sales Representative, Special Alloys since early 2016.

Following his B.A. in History from King College, Bristol, Tennessee in 1987. Jonathan pursued graduate studies in Public Administration, City Management, and Environmental Health at the University of Tennessee and East Tennessee State University.

Don Brunswick

Posted on July 24, 2013

Donald Brunswick joined Bristol Metals, LLC in January of 2016. Mr. Brunswick attended Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania; B.S.—Sciences. After college, Donald joined the United States Army (MOS-11B), completed various special training schools, and served back-to-back Iraq tours in 2004/2005. Mr. Brunswick has been in the Stainless Industry since 2007, starting his career as a Production Supervisor, transitioning to Sales Management and Vice President of Sales before joining the Brismet team.

Rob Yepsen

Posted on July 24, 2013

Rob Yepsen joined Bristol Metals LLC in January  of 2013.  Prior to joining Bristol Metals, Rob has spent over 25 years in the pipe and tubular products industry.  Rob started his career after college in plant operations with positions in production and quality control and traffic, then moved into his sales career. In his career, Rob has held positions in inside sales and customer service, sales manager,  as well as Vice President of Sales.

Rob received his B.S. in Business Administration from Youngstown State University.

Synalloy’s Bristol Metals Subsidiary and Other US Stainless Pipe Producers File Antidumping Petitions

Posted on May 17, 2013

Spartanburg, South Carolina, May 17, 2013…Synalloy Corporation (Nasdaq:SYNL), a holding company
owning subsidiaries that engage in a number of diverse business activities including the production of stainless steel pipe, fiberglass and steel storage tanks, specialty chemicals and fabrication of stainless and carbon steel piping systems, announces that on May 16, 2013 its Bristol Metals, LLC subsidiary, joined by co-petitioners Felker Brothers Corp. and Outokumpu Stainless Pipe filed antidumping duty petitions with the Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that welded stainless pressure pipe imported from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam were being dumped inthe U.S. market.

Kyle Pennington, President of Bristol Metals, stated “imports of welded stainless pressure pipe from these three countries have increased substantially over the past 3 years at prices well below domesticmark et prices. Because these are commodity products, this has had a negative impact on our salesvolu mes and forced us to decrease our selling prices, which lowered Bristol’s financial results asdem onstrated in recent earnings reports. We are glad our domestic competitors joined with us in seeking relief from these unfairly traded imports.”

Between 2010 and 2012 imports of welded stainless steel pressure pipe from Malaysia, Thailand and
Vietnam increased from 14,000 tons to 17,000 tons and have taken a significant share of a relatively stagnant U.S. market. The petitions alleged dumping margins of: 15% to 17% for Malaysia, 13% to 15% for Thailand and 70% to 71% for Vietnam. The International Trade Commission (“ITC”) will address this matter at a staff conference on June 6, 2013. The ITC will make a preliminary determination prior to July 1, 2013 and the Department of Commerce preliminary dumping determination is due on December 12, 2013. Even though the Company has been successful in past litigation involving antidumping petitions, this case is pending and there is no assurance that this suit will result in a favorable outcome to the plaintiffs.

The same petitioners filed petitions against dumped and subsidized imports of welded stainless pipe
from China and antidumping and countervailing duties against welded stainless pressure pipe imports
from China were imposed in 2009.

For more information about Synalloy Corporation, please visit our web site at
Contact: Rick Sieradzki at (864) 596-1558

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