Fostering a new era: Braidy Industries CEO ready to ‘grind it out,’ ‘get it done’ Henry Culvyhouse, The Daily Independent August 1, 2020 ASHLAND – Less than three months with a new CEO, a high-profile northeastern Kentucky company is set to move soil at the future site of the Braidy Atlas plant. With 510,000 cubic […]
Don of a new day: Braidy Industries tabs Foster CEO Staff Report, The Daily Independent June 24, 2020 ASHLAND, Ky.– Braidy Industries is hiring a new CEO, according to a Wednesday announcement. Don Foster, will become the Acting President and CEO of Braidy Industries, amidst a few personnel changes disclosed in a recent Security Exchange […]
Donald Foster to lead Braidy Industries By Michael Roh, Fastmarkets AMM June 24, 2020 Braidy Industries is confident it can secure the funds to build its 300,000-tonne-per-year greenfield aluminium rolling mill in Ashland, Kentucky, newly appointed chief executive officer and steel industry veteran Donald Foster told Fastmarkets in an exclusive interview on Tuesday June 23. […]
Braidy Industries Announces Don Foster as Acting President and CEO Leading Metals Industry Executive Now Running Braidy ASHLAND, KY. (June 24, 2020) – Braidy Industries today announced that Don Foster has been appointed Acting President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. Foster’s successful career spans more than 40 years and gives Braidy Industries executive […]
Braidy Industries Settles Suit; Bouchard Leaves Board of Directors ASHLAND, KY. (June 9, 2020) – Braidy Industries today announced the settlement of all litigation between the company and its founder Craig Bouchard. Both the company and Bouchard recognize the contribution each party has made to the creation of Braidy Industries and the state-of-the-art aluminum rolling […]
It’s not every day that a cutting-edge company like Braidy Industries chooses Kentucky, and let me tell you, we are excited about it. We supported the project from the beginning—it’s good for Eastern Kentucky and the entire Commonwealth— and we are confident in its future.
Alton Strupp, Louisville Courier Journal
After AK Steel began laying workers off in 2015, many hoped that Trump’s tariffs may help keep the mine open. That didn’t happen.
(Ashland, KY) October 9, 2019 —A report assessing Braidy Industries, Inc.’s (“Braidy”) estimated economic impact on the neighboring states of Ohio and West Virginia was issued today by Dr. James V. Koch, Board of Visitors Professor Emeritus of Economics and President Emeritus of Old Dominion University.
ASHLAND, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Producer of lowest-carbon, highest-value, lowest-cost aluminum to generate $1.5 billion for Eastern Kentucky by 2021 Will add more than $35 million of tax revenue to Eastern Kentucky and over $75 million to the Commonwealth of Kentucky through 2021 Estimated to create over 31,000 incremental job years in the Commonwealth and add additional […]
Edited by DeAnne Toto Rusal will obtain a 40 percent stake in the project in exchange. Ashland, Kentucky-based Braidy Industries Inc. and Russia-based En+ Group PLC have announced the execution of a letter of intent (LOI) specifying basic terms for a potential $200 million lead investment for its Braidy Atlas mill by En+ Group subsidiary, […]