Tri-Arrows Aluminum Announces New President

Tri-Arrows Aluminum, Inc., (Louisville, Kentucky) announced today that it will appoint Henry Gordinier as President effective January 18, 2016.Tri-Arrows Aluminum, Inc., (Louisville, Kentucky) announced today that it will appoint Henry Gordinier as President effective January 18, 2016.

The company is a premier supplier of rolled aluminum sheet products produced at its jointly-owned rolling mill, Logan Aluminum, with capabilities and experience in ingot casting, hot rolling, cold rolling, and finishing operations. Tri-Arrows Aluminum has current annual revenues of approximately $1 billion USD with production and service to the beverage container and automotive industries in North America.

Mr. Gordinier will report to Tri-Arrows’ Chief Executive Officer, Steve Shiraishi, who assumed the role of President and CEO of the company in May 2015.

Mr. Gordinier previously served as Tri-Arrow’s Executive Vice President for Commercial and Planning, with responsibilities over sales, customer service, technical services, and risk management. He rejoined the company in July 2014 after working as Vice President of Strategic Planning for Kindred Healthcare, a fortune 500 healthcare services company. Mr. Gordinier worked for eight years with the Tri-Arrows predecessor, ARCO Aluminum Inc. He has an MBA from Vanderbilt University and a BA from Brown University.

About Tri-Arrows Aluminum Inc.

The company began operations in 1977 as ARCO Aluminum. It was purchased by a consortium of Japanese companies on August 1, 2011, and has a growing international presence in conjunction with its Japanese owners, UACJ Corporation, Sumitomo Corporation, Itochu Corporation and Itochu Metals Corporation.

Over the past 30 years, Tri-Arrows has been a premier supplier of rolled aluminum sheet used in the production of beverage containers. Tri-Arrows recently announced investment of $290 million to expand manufacturing capabilities for the emerging North American automotive aluminum sheet market and to increase overall plant capacity, including a new aluminum recycling/ingot casting facility.

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