Sean J. Gallagher
Mr. Gallagher has a long history in the aluminum business. A retired executive from a prominent aluminum company hired him. In his training, Sean learned the aluminum business on a global scale. Performing the functions of both a salesman and an operator, Sean developed an understanding on how aluminum foil reacts to different control variables and packaging applications. This training has proven indispensable in a constantly changing supply chain. In addition to growing Commodity Foil to what it is today, Sean enjoys spending his time on the open road.
His travels on 2 wheels have taken him to places most will only hear about or see on TV. The most recent (and daunting) trip took him around the world.
Shayne was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University in the city and majored in business. After graduating from VCU in 2012, Shayne began working full-time for Commodity Foil. In his free time, he enjoys disc golf and motorcycle riding. Shayne also likes to travel the world and experience new things and different foods.
~ Robert H. Schuller
Michael Kohlbeck began in his present sales position at Commodity Foil in 2013; however, he started with the company in 2005. Michael understands the aluminum business from the ground up, as he began in Commodity Foil’s warehouse many years ago and has only excelled in knowledge and experience since then. Michael continues to play a vital role in expanding Commodity Foil’s global aluminum reach. Current industries served include food and beverage, flexible packaging, industrial and acoustical applications.
“The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.”
~ Benjamin Franklin