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

and Round Bar, Forgings, Tube, Coil, Extrusion and Wire. 

TWA also focuses on the supply of hard-to-find oversized Aluminum Sheet and Plate and currently maintains an inventory in excess of 500,000 lbs. of product with widths up to 130" and lengths up to 700".

TWA is dedicated to developing creative business partnerships with their customers to address critical issues, such as generating increased revenue flow from our customer's excess or surplus metal inventory.

Sandy Shadrow commented; "We have had many positive changes recently. We had our grand opening, in the spring of 2010, of our new state-of-the-art, 40,000 square foot service center, which is located at 249 East Gardena Blvd. in Gardena, California (just 5 miles from the Los Angeles airport) and now with the addition of Ed Brennan to our seasoned team of professionals, we are poised to dramatically expand our business and the ability to service our valuable customers. We look forward to Ed's contribution to that goal.

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