Potters creates marking management division, Retrotech
Potters Industries Inc., Valley Forge, PA, has announced it will "leverage its highway safety expertise and global network" to create a pavement marking management division called Retrotech.
Chris Davies, technical service manager of Potters Industries, said Retrotech will provide technical service solutions for the pavement marking industry on a local level.
"Retrotech is committed to providing customers with the support and training resources they need — when and where they need them — to install, service, and maintain high-quality pavement markings," Davies said.
"Our seasoned field troubleshooters provide quick resolution to problems and ensure the highest levels of pavement marking quality. Additionally, our premium support and training will improve a crew's installation abilities or an inspector's knowledge and confidence."
A producer of glass beads for the pavement marking industry, Potters Industries operates 21 plants in 11 countries.
Contech relocates HQ
Contech Construction Products Inc. announced it will relocate its corporate headquarters to Centre Point IV in the Union Centre business complex in the northern Greter Cincinnati area.
"Rapid sales growth and business expansion has resulted in the need for more efficient and accessible space for our employees and our business partners," said Pat Harlow, Contech chairman, CEO, and president.
VISTA Training moves
VISTA Training Inc. has moved to an 8,000-sq.-ft. headquarters in Waterford, WI, according to Rick Longstaff, VISTA president.
VISTA, which provides construction training, is at 721 Cornerstone Crossing, Waterford, WI 53185; phone 800-942-2886.
At Ingersoll-Rand, Davidson, NC, Terry Dolan is vice president of Company Owned Stores; Scott Krull is vice president and general manager, China, for Ingersoll-Rand Construction Technologies and Compact Vehicle Technologies; and Shawn Sweet is vice president of sales for Ingersoll-Rand Brands.
Tom Roe is sales director for STOW Construction Equipment, a division of Multiquip, Carson, CA. At Multiquip Kevin Day is director of the Concrete and Masonry Technologies Division.
Lewis M. Kling is president, CEO, and a member of the board of directors of Flowserve Corp., Dallas, TX.
Rick Conard joins Wooster Hydrostatics, Wooster, OH, as service technician....Kirk Randolph is vice president of Ashland Inc., Covington, KY, and president of Ashland Paving and Construction (APAC).
At Cummins Inc. Joe Loughrey is president, chief operating officer; Jim Kelly is president, engine business; Rick Mills is president, components group; Rick Freeland is president, worldwide distribution; Steve Chapman is group vice president, emerging markets and businesses. Tom Linebarger and Jean Blackwell are executive vice presidents....At Iveco Motors of North America, Carol Stream, IL, Enrique Guzman is product specialist.
William F. "Bill" O'Leary, Prime Materials and Supply Corp., is president of the Foundation for Pavement Preservation.
Contech Construction Products, Middletown, OH, names Robert G. Trees vice president, product risk management/personnel development; Andrew J. Sabados is region vice president, northwest; Michael J. Bernauer is region vice president, Great Lakes; Jim Schluter, vice president, engineering, takes on the expanded role of chief engineer for Contech; Brent Brewbaker is vice president, corrugated metal pipe; and Wayne Peterson is vice president, allied products.
Kut-Rite booth change at NPE West
Kut-Rite, a manufacturer of pavement scarifiers based in Romulus, MI, will be in booth #825 at National Pavement ExpoWest, Nov. 17-19 in Las Vegas. Contact Kut-Rite at www.kutritemfg.com.