Schwing America has named Adam Wallace and Eric Thompson sales representatives with the Stetter truck mixer division. Both hold bachelor of science degrees
Schwing America has named Adam Wallace and Eric Thompson sales representatives with the Stetter truck mixer division. Both hold bachelor of science degrees in Concrete Industry Management (CIM) from Middle Tennessee State University, where a joint initiative between MTSU and concrete industry leaders has established the first degree program of its kind in the U.S.
Previously employed by Dixon, Calif.-based Basalite Concrete Products, Wallace will work out of the Schwing branch in Livermore, Calif. Thompson, who brings sales experience gained at BASF Admixture Systems/Master Builders, will be based in the Atlanta branch. Both will represent the company’s line of conventional and booster-equipped truck mixers.
Ash management and marketing specialist Charah, Inc. in Louisville, Ky., has named Randall Keller vice president of Operations and Randy Compton vice president of Sales. Previously, Keller served for 15 years as president and CEO of Kelcorp Construction Co., focusing on highway and bridge building for transportation infrastructure in both government and private sectors. From 1991 through 2001, he served concurrently as vice president and CFO of Hotz-Keller, Inc., a construction management firm. Compton was regional sales manager for MRT/Cemex from 1998 through 2007, prior to which he was regional sales manager for American Fly Ash Co. in Naperville, Ill., for 15-plus years. He is ACI certified and an ACI Tennessee and Kentucky Chapter member.
Stan Brant has been named Propex Inc. executive vice president of Operations, responsible for directing all company geosynthetic, concrete, furnishing and industrial fabric and fiber manufacturing activities. Additionally, he will oversee the company’s supply chain, including worldwide distribution, purchasing and logistics. Throughout his six years with Propex, Brant has served as vice president of Manufacturing and general manager of Manufacturing. Previously, he spent 17 years with Duracell, where he held several key manufacturing and engineering management positions.
Linatex officials announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Linatex Corp. of America will acquire abrasion-resistance technology specialist Durex Products, Inc. As both companies bring a focus on mineral processing solutions with wear resistance, Linatex officials affirm, customers will have access to a comprehensive range of products and services for aggregates and mining applications. Following completion of the proposed transaction, Durex Products will become fully integrated within Linatex.