JMC Steel Group announced that Jim Hays, vice president of marketing and business development, will take on the added responsibility of managing its electrical portfolio of products manufactured under the Wheatland Tube and Picoma brands. David Burnette, vice president of sales, electrical division at Wheatland Tube, and Steve Camilletti, national sales manager at Picoma, will report directly to Hays.
Hays has more than 30 years of industry experience and was instrumental in driving growth during his tenure at Allied Tube. He has a deep understanding of this channel and the many tactical and strategic steps required for best positioning.
“JMC is committed to expanding its position in the electrical marketplace, as well as providing excellent service and superior products, and developing strong supportive customer relationships throughout North America,” said David W. Seeger, president of JMC Steel Group. “Jim Hays’ comprehensive understanding of the electrical marketplace and strategic vision will greatly benefit JMC Steel Group, our sales network and our distributor customers.”
JMC Steel Group includes the operating divisions of Atlas Tube, Picoma, Energex Tube and Wheatland Tube. It is the largest independent manufacturer of hollow structural sections and steel pipe, and the top producer of electrical conduit and elbows, couplings and nipples in North America.
Wheatland Tube is North America’s leading manufacturer of steel electrical conduit, including hot-dip galvanized steel rigid metal conduit, steel intermediate metal conduit, steel electrical metallic tubing, rigid aluminum conduit, a full line of elbows, couplings and nipples, and running thread pipe. Wheatland also produces standard pipe, DOM mechanical tubing, fence framework, fire sprinkler pipe, oil country tubular goods and line pipe.
Picoma Industries, a division of JMC Steel Group, is North America’s leading manufacturer of galvanized elbows, couplings and nipples, as well as a complete package of aluminum and running thread. Picoma manufactures its products from prime, domestically produced raw materials in Cambridge, Ohio.Tagged with tED