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Ohio-based Frontline International, a provider of Smart Oil Management™ systems for foodservice operators around the world, is expanding its reach in Asia. The company has signed an agreement with Philippines based Technolux for distribution and service of its products in the region.

Technolux is the Philippines’ largest importer and supplier of food service equipment, serving the major players in the nation’s food and hospitality
industries.

The environmental impact and profit potential of collecting and recycling used cooking oil is sure to present new opportunities for many in that part of the world. Through the new deal, operators of commercial kitchens will have access to solid advice and regular visits from an experienced team.

Frontline International’s fresh and waste oil management equipment will continue to be designed and manufactured in the U.S.

Published in the February 2018 Edition

Mr. T Carting Corp., a private carting company located in New York, has appointed Thomas N. Toscano as chief executive officer effective January 1, 2018. Previously, Toscano was the chief financial officer for Mr. T Carting, Hi-Tech Resource Recovery and Scholes Street Recycling. He also served as in-house counsel on all legal and financial matters.

Published in the February 2018 Edition

Genesis Attachments has promoted Mike Booth to product manager.

In this newly created role, Booth will be responsible for internally managing the recently introduced GHB Hydraulic Breaker and GCG Cyclone Rock and Concrete Grinder product lines. He will also work with demolition, construction, road and bridge, utility, excavation and trenching customers to further develop these product lines to ensure they meet end user needs.

Since January 2016, Booth has been the Genesis Northeast & Mid-Atlantic regional manager. Prior to joining Genesis, Booth worked for 18 years in the construction equipment industry where he received multiple awards and accolades for his sales accomplishments.

Published in the February 2018 Edition

Agilyx Corporation, B-Line, and Fred Meyer launched a pilot program to recycle polystyrene foam from seven of the Fred Meyer stores in the metropolitan Portland, Oregon area.

B-Line will use their fleet of tricycles to collect polystyrene from two of the downtown stores, thereby reducing congestion and greenhouse gas emissions. All the polystyrene will be delivered to Agilyx where it will be recycled in a fully circular solution back into styrene oil. The agreement is an innovative collaboration in which a major store chain works with a “final mile” logistics company to deliver waste polystyrene for recycling.

Published in the February 2018 Edition

Foremost Machine Builders, Inc. has appointed Walter Folkl as manager of sales. Folkl will have the responsibility to drive the sales and marketing strategy for Foremost’s complete line of auxiliary equipment.

Folkl brings extensive sales experience to his new role with a broad sales and marketing background in industrial equipment and systems, including time spent in direct sales and sales management positions. In the past, he has served as a sales engineer, regional sales manager and national sales manager for respected industry manufacturers.

Folkl will be based out of the Foremost headquarters in Fairfield, New Jersey.

Foremost Machine Builders, Inc. is a major U.S. based manufacturer of plastics auxiliary equipment and systems.

Published in the January 2018 Edition

The board of directors of Nucor Corporation increased the regular quarterly cash dividend on Nucor’s common stock to $0.38. This cash dividend is payable on February 9, 2018, to stockholders of record on December 29, 2017, and is Nucor’s 179th consecutive quarterly cash dividend.

Nucor has increased its regular, or base, dividend for 45 consecutive years – every year since it first began paying dividends in 1973. Over the past 10 years, Nucor has returned more than $5 billion in capital to its stockholders in the form of base dividends, supplemental dividends and share repurchases.

Published in the January 2018 Edition