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Nucor Corporation shared that John Ferriola, its chairman, chief executive officer and president, was elected chairman of the board of directors of the World Steel Association (Worldsteel) at the organization’s 50th Annual Conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Ferriola will serve as chairman for a one year term.

Ferriola has served as vice chairman of the worldsteel board of directors, as a member of the executive committee and as chairman of the education and training committee.

He also serves as chairman of the board of directors of the American Iron & Steel Institute, is on the board of directors of the National Association of Manufacturers and has been active in the Association for Iron and Steel Technology for more than 30 years.

Published in the November 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

In a recent promotion, Joe Caban was named the new operations supervisor at ASA Electronics. His responsibilities will now include supervising the shipping and receiving department. He was elevated from his previous position of production supervisor where he was responsible for warranty and fabrication.

Caban will continue to be in charge of all his previous responsibilities and is looking forward to adding this new facet to his daily activities.

Caban has been with the company for nearly four years.

Published in the November 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

US Ecology, Inc. declared that stockholders of record on October 21, 2016 will receive a quarterly cash dividend of $0.18 per common share.

The company currently has 21.7 million shares outstanding and estimates that approximately $3.9 million in cash will be paid out for the declared quarterly dividend.

Published in the November 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Terramac, a manufacturer of innovative rubber track crawler carriers, expanded its representation in the North American market to include Linder Industrial Machinery Co. as part of its dealer network. Linder will represent the versatile Terramac product line in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Linder will offer Terramac’s RT9, RT14 and RT14R crawler carriers. In addition to Terramac’s three standard options – convertible dump-to-flat beds, rock dump beds and flatbeds – Linder will offer Terramac units customized with support attachments such as cranes, drills, generators and tanks.

The team at Linder will provide professional sales, rental and support on the Terramac product line across 16 branch locations. Linder’s dependable representatives will deliver timely service and their parts and service technicians are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to ensure machines are maintained at the highest standard.

Published in the November 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

After more than 41 years with Caterpillar Inc., chairman and chief executive officer Doug Oberhelman has elected to retire, effective March 31, 2017.

During his time as chairman and chief executive officer, Oberhelman has reinvigorated the company’s focus on serving customers while also driving a culture of quality and safety. Oberhelman led the company to its highest sales and revenue peak in its 91 year history in 2012, and, since that time, has successfully led the company through the unprecedented downturn affecting their key industries.

The company’s board of directors has elected Jim Umpleby, currently a Caterpillar Group president with responsibility for Energy & Transportation, to succeed Oberhelman.

Umpleby, a 35 year veteran of the company, will join the Caterpillar board of directors and become chief executive officer effective January 1, 2017. He joined Solar Turbines Incorporated in San Diego, California, in 1980. Solar, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial gas turbine systems. Early in his career, he held numerous positions of increasing responsibility in engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and customer services. Umpleby lived in Asia from 1984 to 1990, with assignments in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Caterpillar board of directors elected Umpleby a Caterpillar vice president and president of Solar Turbines in 2010. He was named group president and a member of Caterpillar’s executive office, effective January 2013.

Published in the November 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Quest Resource Holding Corporation, a leader in environmental, sustainability, recycling and resource management, has appointed David Sweitzer as executive vice president and chief operating officer.

Sweitzer will focus on executing the company’s strategy, streamlining operations to increase efficiencies, maximizing margin, developing an operation that is both flexible and highly scalable as well as identifying opportunities for profitable market extensions.

Sweitzer has over 2 0 years’ experience in the waste, recycling, property management, and business services industry. He most recently served as chief sales officer, executive vice president, and senior vice president of sales at SMS Assist, a $1 billion market cap company. Prior to SMS Assist, he was director of business development at Waste Management as well as client solutions vice president at Oakleaf Waste Management.

While at Oakleaf, Sweitzer was responsible for the creation and development of the firm’s industrial business and client solutions department, driving innovative solutions that delivered improved outcomes for clients. He also managed Oakleaf’s operations and strategic business planning, improving process flow and standardizing process mapping to increase the efficacy of all departments.

Timothy A. Semones, their former chief operating officer, will be focusing on special projects and overall strategic initiatives as senior vice president of operations.

Published in the November 2016 Edition of American Recycler News