Last week, Brannon Industrial Group celebrated “International Employee Appreciation Day”. Read that story HERE. At Premier Metal Buyers, we’re extending that special day by individually introducing our sales team. Human connection is such an important part of the holistic customer experience, especially in the large transactions like we see at PMB. In hopes of bridging that gap and forging a stronger personal connection to our team, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Tim Zyblot, one of our Regional Sales Managers.
Tim has been in the metal recycling sector ever since earning his bachelor's degree from Texas A&M in 1993. There, he majored in Biology and Environmental Science. He also met his beloved wife there (class of ‘95). After graduation, Tim spent a bit of time at an environmental consulting firm and then quickly leveraged that into a position in steel forging sales. He did this for almost 20 years. In his next venture, Tim crossed paths with the Brannon family while he worked in steel distributing. In 2016, Tim joined the BIG team after witnessing their honesty and integrity in the metal recycling field.
It was also during that time that he and his wife raised their daughter and son, who are now starting their own young adult lives as a school teacher and welder respectively. The Zyblot family settled just outside of Anderson, TX. They enjoy raising cattle and spending time outdoors hunting and fishing. Tim and his wife are also faithful members of Singleton Bible Church.
When we asked Tim what made him take the leap over to the Premier Metal Buyers, he was quick to explain the set of high ethics and expectations that he saw here, while the industry as a whole didn't always reflect the same things.
Tim also explained that the working team environment at PMB is unmatched. He shared how much he likes the diversity in everyone’s background and how their unique experiences keep the team incredibly well rounded and understanding. “There’s a great balance of camaraderie, healthy competition, and true teamwork”.
Of course we couldn’t let Tim leave without revealing his favorite Blue Bell ice cream flavor! He confirmed that “it’s a real toss up between Rocky Road and Mocha Almond Fudge!”.