Globe Metal names new COO

October 3, 2018

October 3, 2018

Globe Metal names new COO


Globe Metal Recycling Services Inc., Quebec, Canada, has appointed Douglas (Doug) Veitch as its new Chief Operating Officer. The company specialises in the processing and recycling of all alloys of powder, swarf, turnings and solids generated by the thermal spray, Additive Manufacturing and coating industries.

The appointment was announced by Jeff Solomon, Globe Metal’s CEO, who stated, “Doug’s new responsibilities will include aiding in long-term financial planning, defining sales strategies and defining goals for the sales team. He will make future sales projections based on input from the sales team and act as my representative when I am away from the office.”

Veitch holds a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and joins the company’s team following many years in the corporate world, including positions at DuPoint, Materion and IBC Alloys.

October 3, 2018

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