Mayfran Appoints Halford as President
Jeremy Halford will be located at the company headquarters in Cleveland and will be responsible for operations in North and South America involving engineered solutions for scrap and coolant management and material handling in metalworking, recycling, solid waste processing, and other applications.
Jeremy Halford was recently appointed as the president, Americas, of Mayfran International, Inc. (Cleveland, OH). He will be located at the company’s headquarters in Cleveland and will be responsible for operations in North and South America.
Most recently, Halford was general manager of Alcoa’s Large Aluminum Structural Castings Division, where he had responsibility for operations in the U.S., France and Canada. Alcoa is a multi-billion dollar producer of primary aluminum and fabricated aluminum products. Prior to joining Alcoa, Halford worked for General Motors (then later, spinoff Delphi Corporation) as a business line
manager for various product segments.
Halford earned his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from GMI Engineering & Management Institute and his MBA from Harvard University.
Mayfran International is a global manufacturer of engineered solutions for scrap and coolant management and material handling in metalworking, recycling, solid waste processing, and other applications. Mayfran’s products convey, filter, separate, shred, briquette and process materials and fluids for the automotive, aerospace, consumer products, oil and gas, steel processing, solid waste, pulp and paper, medical products, heavy equipment and related industries. Mayfran has operations in the U.S., Canada, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, China, India, Japan and Korea. www.mayfran.com