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Advertisers from the print edition of Underground Construction, October 2013, Vol. 68 No. 10.

North American Composites (NAC), a division of Interplastic Corporation, recently achieved ISO 14001:2004 certification for their 27 distribution facilities.

Kobelco Construction Machinery USA, a global leader in the manufacture of crawler excavators, recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new Houston, TX-based North American headquarters following the relaunch of the brand as an independent product line earlier this year.

Keith Hanks, senior environmental engineer for the Wastewater Conveyance Engineering Division for the city of Los Angeles, CA, retired from the industry effective Sept. 21.

A strong yet spoolable pipe capable of handling operating pressures up to 1,500 psi was used as an alternative to traditional steel pipe to create a three-mile water transfer line in a rough region of north-central Pennsylvania.

Electro Scan Inc., a global innovator of leak detection instrumentation, and Swiss-based CD Lab AG, the world’s leading provider of sewer pipeline assessment software, with its leading flagship product, WinCan, announced a global partnership to offer an integrated solution.

Advertisers from the print edition of Underground Construction,
September 2013, Vol. 68 No. 9.

American Augers has announced the appointment of Richard Levings to the position of director of product management. Levings will represent not only American Augers products but the newly acquired Trencor line.

As part of an expanded commitment to serve customer demand, Hunting Trenchless has partnered with The Charles Machine Works Inc. to supply Hunting one-piece forged drill pipe to the Ditch Witch organization. This pipe will be marketed as the Power Pipe Forged line of drill pipe and will be available through Ditch Witch dealerships.

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker traveled to Vermeer Corporation on Aug. 8 as part of her nationwide listening tour, during which she met with businesses and thought leaders to hear about their priorities, concerns and ideas on how the public and private sectors can work together to strengthen the economy and create American jobs.

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