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Steel King Industries welcomes Tom Koontz, P.E.

Steel King Industries, Inc., is pleased to announce that Tom Koontz, P.E., joined Steel King Industries last month as its new Director of Engineering.

Tom brings to the position a solid history of structural engineering knowledge gained through many years in the Material Handling industry, with Managerial and Director responsibilities in many of his previous positions. Tom holds Professional Engineering licenses in 11 U.S. states and has experience with roll formed and structural rack, rack supported buildings, shuttle racks, and RISA design software. A member of the Rack Manufacturers Institute (RMI), Tom will be a great asset to Steel King’s management team. Tom is driven by the dynamics in the material handling industry and keeping up with the ever-changing building code requirements.

In his new role, Tom will be responsible for managing the efforts of Steel King’s engineering department, providing expertise to all three manufacturing locations: Stevens Point, Wisconsin, New London, Wisconsin and Rome, Georgia.

Tom earned a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from Youngstown State University and is an AISC professional member.

Steel King Industries manufactures a full line of material handling products, including selective pallet racks, dynamic flow storage systems, AS/RS racks for mini-loads or unit loads, cantilever racks, portable racks and custom shipping racks, along with industrial steel containers and guard railing. Innovation, customization and design strength has earned Steel King the reputation as a leader in the material-handling marketplace. For more information, call Steel King at (800) 826-0203 or visit them on-line at

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