Schnitzer Steel has announced that Jeffrey Dyck plans to retire his position as co-president, Cascade Steel and Scrap and senior vice-president, Schnitzer Steel with effect from September 1.
The company said in an SEC filing announcing his departure on August 27, that Dyck will remain with Schnitzer in an advisory role after his retirement.
It did not disclose who would take up Dyck’s role at Cascade Steel, a Schnitzer subsidiary that makes steel products out of scrap. According to the Schnitzer Steel’s website, Dyck has served in various management positions at the company since 1994 before he was first promoted to president in 2005 and then co-president at Cascade in 2017.
Cascade’s McMinnville, Oregon based plant uses an electric arc furnace to produce rebar, coiled rebar, wire rod, and merchant bar that are mostly sold on the West Coast.