Facility will be the first technologically advanced Greenfield mill built in the U.S. in 35 years

Industrial Project Innovation

Oct 22, 2018

GREENVILLE, S.C., Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Braidy Industries, Inc. (Braidy Industries) has selected Industrial Project Innovation, LLC (IPI) to serve as construction manager for subsidiary Braidy Atlas LLC, a $1.6 billion aluminum rolling mill in Ashland, Kentucky. Working as part of Braidy Industries’ management team, IPI’s role will include program planning, construction management, project cost and schedule control, among other leadership responsibilities.

Braidy Atlas will be the first Greenfield aluminum rolling mill built in the U.S. in 35 years. The facility will help meet the rapidly growing demand from automotive and aerospace industries for lightweight exposed sheet aluminum and will assist efforts to rebuild Appalachia. Braidy Atlas broke ground on its 2.5 million square-foot, fully integrated aluminum rolling mill in Eastern Kentucky in June 2018 and expects its completion in 2020.

“We are honored Braidy Industries chose us to work with them on the management of such a significant project that will have an enormous positive economic impact on eastern Kentucky,” said Russ Braasch, owner and operations manager for IPI. “Bringing our unique experience to every stage of industrial planning will help enable Braidy Industries to become the leading high-quality, low-cost producer in the aluminum sector with one of the most advanced rolling mills in the world.”

IPI joins the previously announced team of Kiewit Construction, SMS Group and EBNER Industrieofenbau GmbH Construction to build the state-of-the-art facility. The mill will be 2.5 million square feet under roof and create over 1,000 construction jobs. The CSX railroad runs through the property, and highway I-64 connects the mill site to some of the nation’s largest auto-making and aerospace customers. Once complete, Braidy Industries will enjoy significant competitive advantages as the lowest cost producer of high-quality aluminum sheet and plate for the automotive industry, and ultra-high strength alloys for the aerospace industry.

“Braidy looks forward to working with our close friends and experts at IPI, who have strong aluminum rolling mill experience developed over many decades,” said Braidy Industries Executive Vice President of Construction, Tom Modrowski. “By partnering with IPI, we are taking proactive steps towards meeting our construction projections as we deliver on our promise to revitalize the communities of Greenup and Boyd Counties.”

About Industrial Project Innovation, LLC
IPI and its team of globally experienced associates, specialize in the planning, design and program management of manufacturing facilities globally with a focus on the automotive, aerospace, aluminum and foods industries. IPI’s clients also include industry leaders Honda, Toyota, BMW, Boeing and many others. For more information, visit www.ipi-group.net.

About Braidy Industries, Inc.
Braidy Industries is a future-leaning advanced manufacturer of metals for the global transportation and defense industries. The company’s first project, the Phase I construction of a greenfield aluminum rolling mill at EastPark Industrial Center in Ashland, Kentucky, will position the company as the low-cost provider of 300,000 annual tons of production-ready series 5000x and 6000x aluminum sheet for the automotive industry. Braidy’s Veloxint subsidiary is an MIT-incubated light weighting solutions company that is manufacturing parts with a novel nanocrystalline technology. Braidy’s newest subsidiary, acquired on September 18, 2018, is NanoAL, a world leader in the science of nanocrystalline technology applied to sheet aluminum. For more information, visit www.braidyindustries.com.

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ASHLAND, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Braidy Industries, Inc. (“Braidy”) announced today that it has commenced a common stock offering to raise up to $400 million. The offering is primarily directed at institutional investors, but a portion of the offering has been reserved for Main Street investors under the SEC’s CF rules adopted under the JOBS Act. In connection with the offering, Braidy will launch its investor “road show” for “accredited” investors on September 25th in New York.

The offering provides interested parties the opportunity to purchase Braidy Industries’ common stock for $18 per share. Braidy is offering $1,070,000 in common stock, the maximum allowed under a Regulation CF offering, and $400,000,000 in common stock in its parallel Rule 506(c) offering available to accredited investors only. The offering is expected to be held open for a six-week period. To read about the Braidy opportunity and purchase its common stock, visit the website of Netcapital’s crowdfunding portal at www.netcapital.com/companies/braidy.

Equity investments in private placements are speculative and involve a high degree of risk, and those investors who cannot afford to lose their investment should not invest. Investors should not make any investment decision without carefully reviewing the materials on Netcapital’s website.

 

About Braidy Industries:

Braidy Industries is a future-leaning advanced manufacturer of metals for the global transportation and defense industries. The company’s first project, the Phase I construction of a greenfield aluminum rolling mill at EastPark Industrial Center in Ashland, Kentucky, will position the company as the low-cost provider of 300,000 annual tons of production-ready series 5000 and 6000 aluminum sheet for the automotive industry. Braidy’s Veloxint subsidiary is an MIT-incubated light weighting solutions company that is manufacturing parts with a novel nanocrystalline technology. Braidy’s newest subsidiary, acquired on September 18, 2018, is NanoAL, a world leader in the science of nanocrystaline technology applied to sheet aluminum.

 

About Netcapital Funding Portal, Inc.:

Netcapital Funding Portal, Inc. (“Netcapital”) is registered with the SEC as a funding portal and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA). All Regulation CF offerings are conducted through Netcapital. Netcapital does not give investment advice, endorsement, analysis or recommendations with respect to any securities. For inquiries related to Regulation CF securities activity, contact Netcapital Funding Portal Inc.: hello@netcapital.com.

 

Contacts

Media:
Braidy Industries, Inc.
Jaunique Sealey, 606-575-3121
jsealey@braidyindustries.com

NanoAl, a materials research and technology company, designs, develops and commercializes high-performance aluminum alloys based on scientifically-designed nanostructures

ASHLAND, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Braidy Industries, Inc. (“Braidy”) has acquired NanoAl LLC (NanoAl), a world leader in the science of nanocrystalline strengthening technology applied to sheet aluminum, as a third wholly-owned subsidiary. NanoAl will join the Braidy Atlas aluminum rolling mill and Veloxint in the Braidy Industries company portfolio of holdings.

NanoAl was founded out of the Department of Materials Science at Northwestern University to commercialize the science of developing stronger aluminum alloys through control of key structural features at the nanoscale. Braidy believes the technology has the potential to significantly enhance the specific strength of aluminum to be produced by its Braidy Atlas mill, creating a competitive advantage within the automotive and aerospace OEM marketplace.

“We believe NanoAl’s innovative approach will enable sheet aluminum 20 percent stronger than conventional grades, while maintaining lower cost. The technology also applies to powder metallurgy, including 3D printing applications, allowing additional synergies between the Braidy Atlas mill and Veloxint,” said Veloxint Chief Executive and Chief Technology Officer of Braidy, Dr. Alan Lund. “This is another exciting step towards our goal of rebuilding Appalachia with cutting edge technology focused on lightweighting solutions.”

Dr. Nhon Q. Vo, Chief Executive, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of NanoAl said, “Our new partnership with Braidy Industries and Veloxint provides the opportunity to scale our research and development capabilities and become the innovation leader in nano-science technology of light metals.”

Craig T. Bouchard, Braidy Industries Chairman and Chief Executive said, “We have been pleasantly surprised at the opportunity to grow our powder metallurgy business via acquisition. And, we have been approached by numerous parties to consider building our second rolling mill. We intend to pursue these opportunities.”

 

About Braidy Industries:

Braidy Industries is a future-leaning advanced manufacturer of metals for the global transportation and defense industries. The company’s first project, the Phase I construction of a greenfield aluminum rolling mill at EastPark Industrial Center in Ashland, Kentucky, will position the company as the low-cost provider of 300,000 annual tons of production-ready series 5000 and 6000 aluminum sheet for the automotive industry. Braidy’s Veloxint subsidiary is an MIT-incubated light weighting solutions company that is manufacturing parts with a novel nanocrystalline technology. Braidy’s newest subsidiary, acquired on September 18, 2018, is NanoAl, a world leader in the science of nanocrystaline technology applied to sheet aluminum. To learn more about Braidy Industries, visit www.braidyindustries.com.

 

About NanoAl:

NanoAl LLC is a materials technology company dedicated to designing, developing, and commercializing high-performance aluminum alloys based on scientifically-designed nanostructures. NanoAl was formed after 17 years of research at Northwestern University. NanoAl alloys can be processed by conventional (casting) and non-conventional (powder metallurgy) methods, and have a wide range of application in the automotive, power transmission, and other industries. To learn more about NanoAl, visit https://www.NanoAl.com/.

 

Contacts

Media:
Braidy Industries, Inc.
Jaunique Sealey, 606-575-3121
jsealey@braidyindustries.com

ASHLAND, Ky. (September 5, 2018) – Braidy Industries, Inc. and its subsidiary Veloxint announced today the appointment of five new key executives. The news comes as momentum continues for Veloxint and for Braidy Industries’ $1.6 billion Braidy Atlas rolling mill project, following the official groundbreaking events in early June.

Braidy Industries has appointed Julio Ramirez to the position of Chief Financial Officer. Ramirez brings experience as a former founder, CEO and CFO, driving corporate, financial and digital strategy and performance for a number of diverse Fortune 500 companies, including The Hackett Group, Molson Coors Brewing Company, Summit Materials and The Freeman Company. Ramirez also served as an audit partner at KPMG for 15 years, and was a U.S. Army Captain. Ramirez will report directly to Braidy Industries CEO Craig Bouchard.

At Veloxint, Major General Kevin McNeely (Ret.) joins as Chief Operations Officer. McNeely brings over two decades of experience in government, personnel management and policy and process development, as well as thirty-eight years of military service to the position. He previously served as Director of Manpower and Personnel at the National Guard Bureau, Assistant to the Chairman for National Guard Matters, Deputy Director of Strategy, Policy and Programming for the U.S. European Command and Director of Strategy, Policy and International Affairs at the National Guard Bureau. McNeely will report directly to Veloxint CEO Dr. Alan Lund.

Dr. Phoebe Kwan is assuming the role of Chief Commercial Officer at Veloxint, bringing expertise in strategic positioning and development of high-performance materials across a range of industries, including technology, medicine and energy. Dr. Kwan has held executive leadership roles in product management, marketing, business development and external corporate venturing at both early-stage startups and Fortune 500 companies, and holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kwan will report directly to Veloxint CEO Dr. Alan Lund.

Veloxint has also appointed Dr. Judson “Jud” Marte as Vice President of Product Development. Formerly Principal Scientist and Product Manager for two decades at GE Global Research, Marte will apply his expertise as a materials scientist specializing in processes producing low-cost, high-efficiency materials to oversee transformative component design using Veloxint’s thermally-stable nanostructured alloys. Marte received his M.S. and PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Virginia Tech, where he conducted research for five years.

Finally, John Gaspervich joins Veloxint as Executive Vice President of Manufacturing. Gaspervich brings thirty years’ experience in the metal injection molding industry, and is a leading expert in MIM parts production and market applications. In his four-decade career working with cutting-edge precision manufacturing technologies, Gaspervich has held executive leadership roles in manufacturing, engineering, quality and business development for leading North American and international companies in the MIM industry.

Of the developments, Craig Bouchard, Chief Executive Officer of Braidy Industries said, “A company is only as good as its people and its community. We are only as great as our culture. To lead the rebuild of Appalachia is a challenge and a true responsibility. We will succeed because great people want to join us and make a difference.”

About Braidy Industries:

Braidy Industries is a future-leaning advanced manufacturer of metals for the global transportation and defense industries. The company’s first project, the Phase I construction of a greenfield aluminum rolling mill at EastPark Industrial Center in Ashland, Kentucky, will position the company as the low-cost provider of 300,000 annual tons of production-ready series 5000, 6000 and 7000 aluminum sheet and plate for the automotive and aerospace industries.

 

Media Contact:

Jaunique Sealey
jsealey@braidyindustries.com
606.575.3121

Braidy Industries, headquartered in Ashland, Kentucky, raised $75 million dollars in a common stock issuance at $10 per share

Veloxint, with its proprietary ultra-high-strength powder metallurgy technology, was acquired in a stock exchange for 100% of its outstanding equity, making Veloxint a wholly-owned subsidiary of Braidy Industries

Veloxint manufacturing will be co-located at the Braidy Industries EastPark site in Ashland, Kentucky

ASHLAND, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Less than one year after their announcement of plans to construct a $1.5 billion greenfield aluminum mill in Greenup County, Kentucky, Braidy Industries announces its successful completion of a $75 million Series B common stock issuance at $10 per share. Following the close of this financing, Braidy Industries finalized its acquisition of 100% of the outstanding equity of MIT-incubated ultra-high strength alloy and powder metallurgy provider, Veloxint.

“We are excited to officially bring Veloxint into the Braidy Industries family. This will enable the next step in fulfilling our original vision of transforming the metals industry using Veloxint’s proprietary materials design toolset to offer high-performance, cost-effective next-generation metal products.”

Craig T. Bouchard, Braidy Industries Chairman and CEO, said, “The close of our Veloxint acquisition places Braidy Industries in position to meet the demands and challenges of a transportation industry in need of cost-effective light-weighting. In the very near term, Veloxint will become the ‘lighter and stronger’ standard for transportation, mining, tools and consumer goods. This is a terrific win for Kentucky, and consistent with the goal of converting the Northeast corner of our beautiful state into the global intersection of science and advanced manufacturing.”

 

Due Diligence Identified Risk of Project Delay

Braidy Industries Will Move Forward to Qualify a Second, Nearby Site.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Ashland, KY –- October 16, 2017 — Braidy Industries announced today that it is moving forward with plans to qualify a site location of its aluminum mill in Greenup County, Kentucky.

“In our diligence efforts, we discovered a risk that our peculiar needs for deep foundations for the mill could not be met without incurring material delays to our planned ground breaking in the second quarter of 2018.” said Braidy Industries’ Executive Vice President of Engineering, Alan Blankshain. “Our site will ultimately have to sustain the type of deep-bore foundations necessary to support massive equipment and the processes required to manufacture high quality automotive and Aero-space aluminum.”

The company is negotiating to purchase a large site in the EastPark Industrial Center. EastPark is connected to a port on the Ohio River in Wurtland, Kentucky and is located where interstate 64 and KY 67 connect. Rail access is in close proximity. Importantly, its next-door neighbor in EastPark will be the Ashland Community Technical College which is co-developing a Braidy Industries two year Associates Degree program with the company.

Braidy Industries Chairman and CEO, Craig T. Bouchard said of the development, “We will accept no risk of a slowdown to our ground-breaking process. The Braidy mill project is key to regional economic development and a dramatic improvement of the labor participation rate in the 5-county area. Avoidable delays are not acceptable when so many families want to get back to work. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is a critical component to our securing and training top flight talent. We are very fortunate to have an opportunity to co-locate with
KCTCS.”

About Braidy Industries, Inc:
Braidy Industries is a future-leaning advanced manufacturer of metals for the global transportation and defense industries. The company’s first project, the construction of a greenfield aluminum rolling mill in Greenup County, Kentucky, will position the company as the low-cost provider of 370,000 annual tons of production-ready series 5000, 6000 and 7000 aluminum sheet and plate for the automotive and aerospace industries.

CONTACT
Jaunique Sealey
(606) 575-3121
jsealey@braidyindustries.com

Senior Executives appointed to manage construction, engineering, manufacturing, procurement, research and development, government relations, marketing and finance.

Corporate offices established in Ashland, KY.

ASHLAND, Ky., Aug. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Braidy Industries, Inc. CEO Craig Bouchard announced today key executives to lead the company’s initiative to build an aluminum rolling mill in South Shore, Kentucky, bringing 1000 construction jobs followed by 550 advanced manufacturing jobs to Kentucky’s Appalachian region.

These individuals will oversee Construction, Engineering, Manufacturing, Human Resources, Procurement, Marketing, Government Relations, Sales, IT and Administration. The corporation also announced that it had opened its headquarters at 1544 Winchester Avenue, in Ashland’s Community Trust Building.

“We are creating the lowest cost producer of sheet and plate aluminum for automotive, aerospace and defense,” said CEO Craig Bouchard. “Central to our ability to accomplish this is our executive management team, who have a combined 200 years of industrial and management experience.

“We are delighted to bring this unprecedented collection of skills to bear on the Braidy Industries mission, as we deliver quality aluminum products and ultra-high strength alloys produced in Eastern Kentucky to our customers in the North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Our cost structure allows a global footprint.”

The executive management team is comprised of the following individuals.

(Ret.) Brigadier General Blaine Holt, a 30-year veteran of the United States Air Force, becomes the Executive Vice President of Operations. General Holt has extensive logistics experience, including a Bronze Star for having orchestrated combat logistics operations under conditions of socio-political strife as Commander of the US Air Force base in the Kyrgyz Republic. He also earned the designation of being “the #1 Strategist and Innovator” by General Philip Breedlove, the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe, and the highest-ranking U.S. military official at NATO. General Holt comes to Braidy Industries following his tenure as President of Million Air, the World’s #1 private aviation service provider.

Thomas Modrowski becomes Executive Vice President of Construction and Facilities. Having spent over 38 years in the metals industry, Mr. Modrowski has significant executive management experience in bringing exposed-grade metal sheet capacity to market.  Mr. Modrowski was nominated to serve a senior role on the team that directed the design, installation, setup and subsequent management of a producer of nearly 900k tons annually of exposed coated metal sheet product. He also spearheaded the re-opening of the Electric Coating Technologies processing facility that was later acquired by Esmark.  He joins Braidy Industries following his previous role as CEO of Advanced Alloy Processing, LLC, a stainless steel and aluminum processing and distribution company.

Alan Blankshain becomes Executive Vice President of Engineering. Mr. Blankshain spent 24 years in various senior operational and management positions in metals fabrication, most recently serving as President and CEO of Midland Metal Fabrication and Stamping. Mr. Blankshain holds a Mechanical Engineering Degree from Duke University and MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Business.

Barrington Owens assumes the role of Executive Vice President of Manufacturing. Mr. Owens is a 25-year veteran of Alcoa, where he held many management positions, eventually becoming the President of the Distribution and Industrial Products section of Engineered Products, a $1 Billion annual business unit. Following his tenure at Alcoa, Mr. Owens joined Caterpillar, Inc., most recently serving as their Director of Innovation Incubator Operations. Mr. Owens serves on the Board of Visitors of the University of Tennessee School of Artists and Sciences and is a graduate of Columbia University’s Senior Executive Program.

Stephen Miller assumes the role of Chief Procurement Officer.  Mr. Miller is a seasoned procurement executive, having previously served as Vice President and General Manager for publicly traded Wabash National Corporation, a leading manufacturer of aluminum-sided trailers. Mr. Miller also created and led IPC, his second industrial purchasing consortium, which grew to annual purchasing power of over $3 billion and was twice named amongst the Top 50 “Pros to Know” in purchasing.

Jaunique Sealey assumes the role of Senior Vice President of Business Development, joining following her previous role as CEO of a subsidiary of publicly-traded Real Industry, Inc., the parent company of Real Alloy, the world’s largest independent purveyor of recycled aluminum.  Ms. Sealey is responsible for business strategy, marketing, investor relations and strategic communications.  She is a recognized brand development and positioning expert, and is the author of several books. Ms. Sealey holds a B.S.E. in Civil Engineering from Duke University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Nathan Haney assumes the role of Senior Vice President of Government Relations, having been previously a Deputy Secretary of the Governor’s Cabinet for Kentucky. As Deputy Secretary, Mr. Haney spearheaded two of the Governor’s flagship initiatives including the Red-Tape Reduction initiative, to national acclaim and recognition.  He joins Braidy Industries from the high-powered government relations firm McCarthy Strategy Solutions, where he was a firm principal focused on business development, executive and legislative branch consulting.

(Ret.) Colonel Curtis Carson becomes Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources. Colonel Carson has over 29 years of experience within the United States Army, with demonstrated expertise in training, training design and strategic planning.  He previously served as Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff of the Joint Multinational Training Command in Germany and held a senior role within the United States military delegation to NATO Headquarters.  Colonel Carson holds a Masters of Arts degree in Human Resources Development.

Ben Markham assumes the role of Managing Director, leading the sales force for aluminum sheet in the metals service center and trailer markets.  Mr. Markham has over 30 years of senior leadership experience working for leading industrial manufacturing companies. Over the last 15 years, he has served in senior-level commercial positions that serviced the metals industry in providing surface critical products, concentrating on the transportation market.

Johanne Medina becomes Financial Controller and HQ Facilities Manager.

Karlo Vartan becomes Director of Information Technology and Cyber Security.

Senior Executive Assistant to Mr. Bouchard, Julie Kavanaugh, also serves as Chief of Staff Administration and oversees the company’s needs for administrative support and training.

About Braidy Industries, Inc:
Braidy Industries is a future-leaning advanced manufacturer of metals for the global transportation and defense industries. The company’s first project, the construction of a greenfield aluminum rolling mill in Greenup County, Kentucky, will position the company as the low-cost provider of 370,000 annual tons of production-ready series 5000, 6000 and 7000 aluminum sheet and plate for the automotive and aerospace industries.

Signals Commitment to Competitive Pricing and Technological Advancements in Automotive, Aerospace and Defense Industries.

Follows an April announcement of the greenfield construction of a 4 million square foot, $1.3 billion aluminum rolling mill in South Shore, Greenup County, Kentucky.

The Braidy Industries board combines excellence in manufacturing, materials science, and competitive strategy.

July 17, 2017 10:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time

ASHLAND, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Braidy Industries, Craig T. Bouchard, today announced the full slate of the company’s Board of Directors.

“Braidy Industries has had the great fortune to attract leadership, experience and accomplishment to our Board of Directors. Our directors will provide invaluable insight to create the low cost producer of high quality aluminum and advanced materials for the transportation and defense industries in America,” said Bouchard. “We are not just building a company; but the foundation of enterprise that will place Eastern Kentucky at the forefront of advanced manufacturing. This is the team we needed to ensure that result.”

On the Braidy Industries Board:

Dr. Michael E. Porter is a world-renowned economist, and is the most cited scholar today in economics and business. He leads Harvard University’s Institute for Strategy & Competitiveness and is a long-serving professor at the Harvard Business School. Dr. Porter is the recipient of numerous awards and honors for his contributions to global economic theory, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the U.S. Department of Commerce for his contributions to economic development and is the author of nineteen books, including the business classic Competitive Advantage. He has served on several Fortune 500 public boards and has played an active role in U.S. economic policy at the federal and state levels.

Ret. General Norton “Norty” Schwartz served as the 19th Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, serving as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, leading Air, Space and Cyber for the Department of Defense. As Commander of the United States Transportation Command, General Schwartz led the Defense Transportation System, with strategic oversight of all logistics operations including Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. General Schwartz is currently the President and CEO of Business Executives for National Security (BENS) and serves as an independent director for CAE, USA and Wesco Aircraft Holdings.

Dr. Christopher Schuh is the head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT. Dr. Schuh’s research is focused on the optimization of mechanical properties in metals, forming the basis of numerous metallurgical companies, including Xtalic Corporation, which produces coatings on over 10 billion components used in both enterprise and mobile electronics. Dr. Schuh is also involved in Desktop Metal, which provides a lower-cost option for metal additive manufacturing via its proprietary 3D metal printers.

Charles Price is an entrepreneur, industrialist, and President and CEO of Louisville, Kentucky based Charah. Charles has over 35 years of experience in the construction and industrial industries within the State of Kentucky and beyond. Mr. Price also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Coal Ash Association.

John Preston is the former Director of Technology Development (and Licensing) at MIT where he was responsible for the commercialization of MIT-developed technologies. Of the companies started during his tenure, those that went public have reached an estimated $150 billion cumulative market capitalization. Mr. Preston was awarded the rank of “Knight of the Order of National Merit of France” by French President Mitterrand and the “Hammer Award for Reinventing Government” by Vice President Gore. He chaired President George H. W. Bush’s conference announcing the President’s technology initiative and has previously served as a Board Advisor to Mars Incorporated.

Craig Bouchard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer is a strategist and industrialist who built three billion-dollar revenue companies within the past decade. Bouchard is a noted expert on Lean/Six-Sigma, and capital allocation, and is a New York Times bestselling author of “The Caterpillar Way.”

Contacts
For Braidy Industries, Inc.:
Jaunique Sealey, 606-575-3121
jsealey@braidyindustries.com
or
Robert Cavosi, 646-638-9891

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