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BACE, a manufacturer of balers and compactors, has hired Andrew Martindale to the position of national service manager. Martindale will be responsible for scheduling all service and warranty calls and for managing all parts orders and returns.

A graduate of from Central Piedmont Community College with a degree in automotive mechanics, Martindale spent three years as a certified Toyota mechanic then spent a year as a Raymond forklift technician, and two years as a parts correspondent/warehouse specialist.

Published in the April 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Spectronics Corporation has promoted Daniel Cooper as general manager of operations. In his new role, Cooper will be developing and implementing strategies and goals for the company.

Cooper started his career at Spectronics 10 years ago as a temporary employee in the quality control department, eventually moving on to production coordinator and marketing coordinator positions. Cooper’s involvement in varied aspects of the company makes him a perfect fit for general manager of operations.

Working towards improving all internal processes, Cooper will oversee prototype design, research and development, marketing and customer satisfaction. He will also be responsible for ensuring the quality and reliability of Spectronics’ state-of-the-art products, and making sure they are shipped out in a timely manner.

Published in the April 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Alliance BioEnergy Plus, Inc.’s shareholders elected the new board of directors at the annual shareholder meeting.

Incumbent members Ted Chasanoff, Michael Bilodeau, Daniel de Liege and Mark Koch were reelected to the board of directors while Lt. General Mark Hertling (Ret.) and newly appointed chief executive officer David Matthews were added.

Second-term board member Ted Chasanoff was elected chairman of the board in a subsequent meeting of the new board of directors.

Retiring from the US Army in January 2013, Lieutenant General (retired) Mark Hertling is now leading programs for Global Partnering, Physician Leadership and Health Performance Strategy at the innovative Florida Hospital in Orlando.

Chasanoff is the managing director of CBIZ MHM, LLC, based in the New York office. Chasanoff has extensive experience providing accounting, business advisory, and mergers and acquisition services to both public and privately-held companies in various industries. He serves as the technology practice leader for the New York office.

Published in the April 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Lamb Fuels Inc., a California based Corporation, has entered into an agreement with Florida based Automotive Fluid Recycling (AFR) to purchase Lamb Fuel’s Mid-West, Northeast and Southeast service routes was effective March 15, 2015. 

Published in the April 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Greg Shaffer has been named service manager at Vecoplan LLC. Working with the company’s internal team of service technicians, Shaffer will devise and implement systematic procedures and programs to maximize service quality and efficiency. In addition, Shaffer will oversee Vecoplan’s network of certified service personnel throughout North America.

Prior to his promotion, Shaffer was a senior service technician at Vecoplan. A licensed mechanic and electrician, Shaffer brings 31 years of technical experience, primarily with industrial controls, to his new position at Vecoplan.

This includes 3 years field experience servicing Vecoplan machinery and 10 years as owner of Mountain Air Services, an electrical and mechanical services company.

Published in the April 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Paladin Attachments has acquired Kodiak Manufacturing, Inc.

Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Charleston, Tennessee, Kodiak is a manufacturer of agricultural implements including rotary cutters, soil and gravel movers, tillers and additional tractor implements. The move supports Paladin’s continued product diversification objectives and improves its presence in the agricultural market sector. Similarly, it provides Kodiak with a solid platform for continued growth through increased capacity and market support which enhances the value of the brand to its customer base.

Published in the April 2015 Edition of American Recycler News