'Brutal Honesty' Sets Executive Apart

December 2010
Metal Center News;Dec2010, Vol. 50 Issue 13, p30
Trade Publication
The article offers descriptions of the characteristics of Dick Robinson, chief executive officer of Norfolk Iron & Metal, from his suppliers, customers, company insiders and family members. Jeff Robinson and Arnie Robinson, sons of Dick, both admire the honesty of their father. Mogens Bay of Valmont Industries Inc., Mike Rhorer of Kolberg-Pioneer Inc., and John Ferriola of Nucor Corp. commented on personal integrity of Dick which is reflected in the company quality service and performance.


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