T.I. Announces Expansion in Europe

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Titanium Industries, Inc. (T.I.) announced the recent opening of a new sales office in Duisburg, Germany. This new facility is an integral part of T.I.'s global growth strategy with specific focus on the European Market including expansion on the continent. T.I. currently has existing international locations in Sao Paulo Brazil, Montreal Canada, Birmingham England, Bergen Norway, Taipei Taiwan, Shanghai China, and Bangalore India. In addition, T.I. has nine U.S. locations.

"This expansion in continental Europe offers significant opportunity to provide improved customer service and response to customers of T.I.," said Jeff Wise, VP Sales & Marketing for T.I. and Pierce Spafford. “With last year's acquisition of Pierce Spafford, we now supply most metals and alloys from aluminum, alloy and stainless steels, beryllium/copper, nickel alloys and titanium on a global basis."

Thomas Ziert has assumed the position of Sales Manager of the German operation. Ziert has many years experience in the metals and distribution industries in Europe. Ziert will report to Craig Simpson, Managing Director-Europe.
 

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