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Business Updates For September 2010
Recent business news from Driver Pipeline, Super Products, ISCO Industries, Thompson Pump & Mfg., Inspar Robotic Technologies, Akkerman, Caterpillar, Sheehan Pipe Line Construction Co., ITT, Canberra Pumps, Geospatial Holdings, Interplastic, iRENTequip, Reed Manufacturing and JCB.
James Davis has been promoted to vice president of Drive Pipeline, Dallas, TX. Since joining Driver Pipeline in 2008, Davis served in a business development capacity and in project management. In his new position, Davis’ primary responsibility will be contract administration, project management and special projects.
He has more than 10 years of contracting and management experience. Davis earned a bachelor degree in Construction Science from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Kristi Yarbrough was hired as Haynesville Division Marketing Manager. Yarbrough’s will provide industry leading customer service to the company’s growing customer base working in the Haynesville Shale Field in Louisiana, southwestern Arkansas and eastern Texas.
Yarbrough majored in business at Louisiana State University in Shreveport and Bossier Parish Community College. Much of her professional background has been focused on account management and customer service.
When fully operational, the six-month old Driver Pipeline Haynesville Division is on track to employ between 150 to 200 people. As drilling and production in the Haynesville Shale continues to expand, the need for the pipeline infrastructure that Driver Pipeline supplies will continue to grow. 281.482.4019, www.driverpipeline.com
Super Products has recently launched a new web site (www.superproductscorp.com) where visitors can find extensive product information, detailed specifications and photos galleries for each of the company’s main product lines – Supersucker industrial vacuum loaders, Camel sewer and catch basin cleaners, and Mud Dog hydro excavators.
In addition to incorporating the company’s new look and image, the new web site was especially developed to make sure visitors can quickly find a wide variety of product information including feature listings, specifications and available options details. Each product line also has a photo gallery showcasing various units the company has produced throughout the years.