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Ed Brennan - New C.O.O. of Trans World Alloys
Date:6/16/2010

GARDENA, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Trans World Alloys (TWA), one of the country's premier titanium sheet plate and forging distributors, proudly announces that Edward (Ed) Brennan has joined the company, as its new Chief Operating Officer. ACCORDING TO SANDY SHADROW, TRANS WORLD'S PRESIDENT, "Ed brings with him over 30 years experience in the metal business in a variety of areas."

Ed has attended the University of Baltimore, the University of Houston, and Columbia University's executive program.  His work experience includes, National Marketing Manager and District Sales Manager for Metal Goods for sixteen years as well as District Manager for AM Castle for eleven years. His international experience includes Director of North American Sales for Special Metals Corporation (INCO Alloys) for six years as well as the Global Sales Manager for Carlton Forge Works for eight years.

Ed has a wealth of management expertise and the essential abilities for successful sales and business development. Ed is accomplished in training and motivating others to provide a high level of customer service. He strongly believes that good team leadership and a hands on approach bring increased standards and results. 

For the past twenty years, TWA has specialized in supplying commercial and aerospace specification metals and high grade alloys for diversified applications in the military and industrial market segments throughout the country.  The firm supplies Aerospace Quality Titanium in a wide variety of alloys and grades. Trans World Alloys maintains a large domestic and imported inventory in Sheet, Plate, Flat
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