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Steel King Names Amit Kutumbale as Director of Engineering

Steel King Industries, a leading manufacturer of storage rack and material handling products has announced that Amit Kutumbale has joined the company as the Director of Engineering. In this role, Kutumbale will lead Steel King’s strategic engineering initiatives and build an Engineering team to position Steel King into the next decade.

Kutumbale will be based out of Steel King’s corporate headquarters in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, and will be part of the company’s leadership team, reporting directly to the President.

Kutumbale received a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in India and a Master’s in Science in Civil Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. He brings over a decade of structural engineering & manufacturing experience in the steel industry, including design & supply of critical steel for major infrastructure projects. Kutumbale has a P.E. (Structural) license in several states with plans of adding additional state stamps in the future.

“Amit’s strong understanding of steel fabrication, project management, procurement, design, and delivery execution will be immediately felt at Steel King,” said Brian Pfannes, president, Steel King. “His experience from working for a multinational company in various engineering roles on large infrastructure projects including the Delaware Memorial Bridges, the new Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge, Tappan Zee Bridge, and the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta Airport will bring a unique insight to the company.”

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