November Business News: Ritchie Bros., John Deere, Gormann-Rupp and more

November 2009 Vol. 64 No. 11
Doosan's futuristic concept excavator.

Existing GIS feature and attribute sets can be imported, used to position collected features, and then exported back to the system’s geo database. 925.245.8300, www.topconpositioning.com

PipeSak USA
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PipeSak USA recently named Robin (Rocky) Seils as director of Sales. In his new role, Seils will coordinate PipeSak’s sales and marketing efforts worldwide with a focus on the U.S. and Canadian markets. He brings more than 23 years experience in the manufacture and marketing of the Tuff‐N‐Nuff Pipeline Rockshield. 314.308.0011, rseils@pipesak.com, www.pipesak.com

GEI Consultants
GEI Consultants Inc., a leading geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firm, announced that it has been chosen to perform consulting services for site investigation and remediation activities for South Jersey Gas and South Jersey Industries in New Jersey.

GEI will perform remedial investigation, remedial design, permitting, construction management, quality assurance, industrial hygiene and hydrogeology services at 12 sites over the course of three years. Each site is the location of a former manufactured gas plant (MGP). 888.434.9679, www.geiconsultants.com.

ESCO
Cal Collins has been promoted to president of ESCO’s Engineered Products Group. ESCO Corp. is a leading manufacturer of technically-rich metal wearparts and components for construction, mining, power generation and aerospace applications.

In his new position, Collins will be responsible for all global sales, marketing, engineering and operation groups. Collins most recently served as the company’s Group Vice President, Engineered Products, North American Operations. 800-523-3795, www.escocorp.com