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The Timken Company’s board of directors has elected Maria A. Crowe a director of the company for a term that expires at its May 2015 annual meeting. The election brings The Timken Company board to 11 directors.

Crowe currently serves as president of manufacturing operations for Eli Lilly and Company, a $23 billion global healthcare leader based in Indianapolis.  

Crowe joined Lilly in 1982 and since 2012 has led Lilly’s global manufacturing network comprised of more than 20 sites on 5 continents. She also is responsible for Lilly’s contract manufacturing organization. Previously, Crowe was senior vice president for global drug product manufacturing. She also served as vice president for drug product manufacturing in the U.S. and Latin America; was general manager of the Kinsale, Ireland, plant; served as general manager of Lilly del Caribe in Puerto Rico, and was plant manager of the Elanco manufacturing plant in Tippecanoe, Indiana.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

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Weitsman Recycling has hired a long time veteran in the fields of operations and security. James M. Land has been hired as the chief operations officer (COO)/chief security officer (CSO) and will spearhead operational improvements and security protocol as the company continues to aggressively expand throughout the Northeast. The hire comes on the heels of ten new yards that Weitsman has built or acquired over the last few years.

As COO and CSO, Land will be responsible for all aspects of the company’s operations and security. In these roles, he will serve as a member of the corporate management team contributing to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices to strengthen organizational excellence and ensure that industry standards are exceeded. He will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of the organization’s corporate security vision, strategy and programs as well as the security of physical assets and information in both physical and digital form. He will also be directly involved in all aspects of the operation of all facilities providing oversight and leadership, ensuring that the highest levels of ethical conduct and professional standards are maintained by all company personnel at all times.

Prior to joining Upstate Shredding – Weitsman Recycling, Land served the people of the State of New York as a sworn member of the New York State Police for over 27 years. During his law enforcement career he rose through the ranks of trooper, investigator, sergeant, sergeant – station commander, lieutenant and captain where he gained vast investigative experience in all aspects of law enforcement, as well as, vast supervisory and leadership experience at all levels of management and command. Land was decorated with three Superintendent Commendation Awards during his law enforcement career with the New York State Police.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

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Genesis Attachments has named Mike Ganier as its Southeast regional manager. Covering North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, Mike brings 15 years of attachment sales experience and more than a decade of scrap and recycling industry specialization to Genesis.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

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Complete Recycling, a recycling firm based in San Diego, has opened its first office in the eastern United States.

Industry veteran, Kahley Malloy, will serve as the managing director of Complete Recycling’s new regional office, located in Alabama. In his new role, Malloy will be responsible for business development, vendor management and client satisfaction.

Malloy has spent over 20 years providing clients with resource management and sustainability consulting, landfill-diversion program design, and data reporting services. Prior to joining Complete Recycling, he owned a landfill diversion and spend-management consultancy, worked for Oakleaf Waste Management, and was part of Schneider Electric’s Sustainability Services Group.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

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BACE, a manufacturer of balers and compactors for the recycling and waste-disposal industries, has acquired property into which it will move its corporate headquarters. In addition to corporate offices, the building includes 90,000 sq.ft. of manufacturing space. The new headquarters will be located at 322 West 32nd Street in Charlotte, North Carolina. The move should be completed by March of 2015.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

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The National Demolition Association (NDA) has named Cheryl Caulfield as executive director. Caulfield will work directly with NDA leaders and volunteers to help guide and execute on the organization’s strategic initiatives, programs and policies. Caulfield is replacing NDA executive director Michael R. Taylor who is retiring from the association after 25 years of service.

Caulfield has more than 20 years of association experience, including a mix of advocacy, member education, membership development, financial management and meetings management experience. She spent a number of years working for building and real estate associations, including several years at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), where she was both a senior vice president for government affairs and, before that, vice president for the NAHB Builder 20 Clubs.

Caulfield has also served as president/chief executive officer of the American Bearing Manufacturers Association (ABMA). Working with both global and domestic manufacturing chief executive officers, she was responsible for the daily management of ABMA and implemented the organization’s strategic initiatives and global anti-counterfeiting programs, education, ANSI standards development and industry relations.

Published in the December 2014 Edition of American Recycler News

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