The Team has over 80 years combined experience in dealing with customers at all levels - the home handy man, the do-it-yourself-er, the government department, the tradesman, the manufacturer, the school student or the better-half. When you deal with Ezimetal Raymond Terrace, you're dealing with a team that has carved out a unique place for itself within the steel industry.
"Woc" has lived and worked in the Raymond Terrace area all his life. He's been managing Ezimetal Raymond Terrace since 1999. Previous experience in the building industry has given him a unique insight into the needs of his customers. Woc's suppliers know he drives a hard bargain, and his customers know they always get good value and good advice when they deal with him.
Steve began working in the steel industry in Central Western NSW way back in 1981. Since moving to Newcastle in 1987, he has worked in various locations around the Hunter area including Raymond Terrace, Salamander Bay and Newcastle itself. He shuffles a lot of papers around, and occasionally serves a customer or two.
Woc's daughter, Erin, joined the team in 2015 and has been a great asset since coming on board. She's a quick learner and has become a familiar friendly face behind the counter, helping customers out and adding that feminine touch to the place.
Get to know her, and you'll be glad you did!
Lauren (Loz) Walker
Lauren has made a great addition to the Sales Team since joining in June 2020. She's keen to respond to our customers' enquiries and help to keep the office running smoothly. When she's not here, she loves spending time with her family and friends.
Brandon's been with us since May 2020. He's doing a great job getting customer's orders ready, and when he's not doing that he can often be found at the gym.
Belly joined the Ezimetal team in 2014. He has had years of experience in steel fabrication.
You will often hear him singing songs out of his pitch range from across the yard.
Mark joined our crew in early 2012, and makes a valuable contribution both behind the wheel and in the warehouse. He's just as easy to get along with as his 'big' brother Woc.
Gav comes to us through a "supported employment" program, and helps out for several hours per week. He's fitted in well as part of the family and we're glad to have him!