AMG VANADIUM PROVIDES FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO AREA HIGH SCHOOLS

For the ninth consecutive year, AMG Vanadium has provided financial support to enrich the academic experience at Buckeye Trail, John Glenn, Meadowbrook, and Cambridge high schools. Each school was presented with a donation of $1,000 designated for their math and science departments.

As a strong supporter of education, AMG Vanadium routinely conducts plant tours, offers internships to local students, and provides financial support to local high schools and colleges. “The education of our youth, particularly in the math and science fields, is critically important not only to us now, but also as we look to the future. With a number of technical positions, it’s important for our employees to possess basic math skills, as well as higher level analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills. These skills, which are acquired from a sound math and science education, are essential for us to remain competitive in a global marketplace,” commented Mr. Hoy E. Frakes, Jr., President of AMG Vanadium.

About AMG Vanadium, Inc.


AMG Vanadium, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V., a global leader in the production of highly engineered specialty metal products and advanced vacuum furnace systems. Located in Cambridge, Ohio, AMG Vanadium, Inc. specializes in the environmentally beneficial conversion of oil refinery and power plant waste products into specialty metals used by global steel producers in automotive, energy transmission and construction applications. By using materials which would otherwise be discarded as waste, AMG Vanadium, Inc. encourages environmental stewardship, energy conservation and resource recovery, making it the environmental leader in this global industry. AMG Vanadium, Inc. is the leading North American producer of ferrovanadium and has two primary product lines: FEROVAN®, its ferrovanadium alloy used in the production of steel to give it strength, and FeNiMoly® which is a valuable additive utilized in the production of stainless and carbon steels.

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Pictured are (l to r):  CHS Math Teacher Ray Simms, CHS Principal Scott Eldredge, AMG Vanadium Controller Shawn Buchtel, CHS Chemistry Teacher Dr. Ann Sherry, and AMG Vanadium Vice President of Organizational Development and Sourcing Colleen Heacock.


  Pictured are (l to r):  AMG Vanadium Controller Shawn Buchtel, JGHS Student Courtney Moore, JGHS Student Ashley Gibson, AMG Vanadium Vice President of Organizational Development and Sourcing Colleen Heacock, JGHS Principal Steve Brooks, JGHS Student Kaylie Lorenze, JGHS Student Lydia Phillips, and JGHS Math Teacher Logan Driggs.


Pictured are (l to r): AMG Vanadium Roaster Utility Dave Roe, BTHS Math Teacher Mike Neff, AMG Vanadium Buyer Grace Garner, and BTHS Principal Bill Hartmeyer.  

 
Pictured are (l to r):  AMG Vanadium Maintenance Welder ‘A’ Bill Moore, MHS Principal Keith Arnold, and AMG Vanadium Shipping Manager Rick Walters.