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Harris Waste Management Group, Inc., Baxley and Cordele, Georgia, has hired Glenn Godwin as director of quality and safety as of April 20, 2015.

Previously Godwin was operational excellence manager at an Imerys mining and processing facility in Andersonville, Georgia, where he was responsible for 5S implementation, achieving cost reductions and facilitating continuous quality improvement. Godwin brings over a decade of experience to Harris, having quality, safety, management and leadership experience at a variety of companies throughout the state of Georgia.

Godwin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

Published in the May 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Hirschmann Automation and Control disclosed that Jim Kunkle has joined the Mobile Machine Control Solutions Division as senior quality assurance engineer. In his new position, Kunkle will manage the quality department at Hirschmann’s Chambersburg, Pennsylvania facility.

Kunkle has more than a decade of experience establishing and improving quality processes in deadline driven environments. Prior to joining Hirschmann, Kunkle worked as a quality specialist for Phoenix Contact. Kunkle holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix where he graduated with honors.

Published in the May 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Newalta Corporation disclosed that Barry Stewart has retired as chair of the board of directors of Newalta.  

Gordon Pridham replaces Stewart as chair of the board of directors. Pridham is an experienced director and board chair with 35 years in investment banking, capital markets, and corporate banking. He has been a member of Newalta’s board since 2004.

Published in the May 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

TJM Capital Partners has acquired Builtrite Handlers from Northshore Manufacturing. The business will operate under a new name, Builtrite Manufacturing, and will continue to design and manufacture the brand’s market leading material handler and attachment products. All administrative and manufacturing operations will remain in Two Harbors, Minnesota in a facility leased from Northshore.

Builtrite Manufacturing’s management team includes members with extensive experience in the heavy construction equipment and attachment industries. Tom Cavallin recently assumed the role of president and chief executive officer, Uwe Kausch has been appointed senior vice president, sales and marketing, and Bill Van Sant will serve as executive chairman of the company’s board of directors. Subsequent to the sale, Northshore’s founder, John Anderson, will be retained as a consultant to Builtrite Manufacturing.

Published in the May 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Petersen Industries, Inc., manufacturer of grapple trucks and bulky waste collection systems, disclosed that TransPro Equipment Sales is now the sole and exclusive dealer for the entire state of Georgia.

In late 2013, TransPro Equipment Sales, LLC became an official dealer for Petersen Industries in Georgia with the exception of the northern portion of the state.

Published in the May 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Anderson Equipment Company, a heavy equipment dealer serving customers throughout the northeastern states, has been named as the authorized distributor of Sennebogen material handlers for all of upstate New York.

Anderson’s New York general manager, John Park, expects that taking on the new line will help to build on the company’s strengths throughout the state.

Park looks forward to expanding Anderson’s activity in logging, waste and river port applications, with Sennebogen machines customized for barge loading, transfer stations or dredging operations. Sennebogen’s green machines will also be welcomed by many current Anderson customers in the mining, recycling and demolition industries.

Published in the May 2015 Edition of American Recycler News