Olympic Steel Inc. (ZEUS), a leading national metals service center, today announced the promotion of Lauren A. Sulla to General Manager, Detroit Division, effective immediately.
In this position Sulla will provide strong leadership and oversight to the facility’s operations to drive continued profitable growth for the division. Sulla will report to David Gea, Regional Vice President.
“Lauren’s past accomplishments in several key positions at Olympic Steel prepare her well to assume this new position and lead our Detroit team toward continued success,” said John Mooney, President and Chief Operating Officer – Flat Rolled. “Her in-depth knowledge of our Detroit operations will be a great asset as she moves forward as a leader within our Company.”
Sulla began her career with Olympic Steel in 2008 in the Company’s Detroit office and successfully progressed through various positions of increasing responsibility. Sulla most recently held the position of Manager, Purchasing and Materials Management for the Detroit division.
In addition to having more than a decade of experience within the Company, Sulla earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from the Haworth College of Business at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan and has a Master in Business Administration degree from Walsh College in Troy, Michigan.
Sulla is a participant in the Metals Service Center Institute’s Strategic Metals Management program at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. She is also a member of the Detroit chapter of the Association of Women in the Metal Industries.
About Olympic Steel
Founded in 1954, Olympic Steel is a leading U.S. metals service center focused on the direct sale of processed carbon, coated and stainless flat-rolled sheet, coil and plate steel, aluminum, tin plate, and metal-intensive branded products. The Company’s CTI subsidiary is a leading distributor of steel tubing, bar, pipe, valves and fittings, and fabricates pressure parts for the electric utility industry. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Olympic Steel operates from 32 facilities in North America.