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Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Inc., said that Corey Rogers has rejoined the company as marketing manager. In his new role, Rogers leads all brand and product marketing and communications for Hyundai’s construction equipment and forklift product lines. He is based at the company’s North American headquarters in Norcross.

Rogers has more than 20 years of industry experience in sales and marketing, most recently for a leading crane manufacturer where he was regional sales manager for Latin America. He previously served in management positions with a manufacturer of material handling equipment and an excavator manufacturer.

Published in the August 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

David McConnell joined Enerkem’s management team as vice president, business development, North America. He has over 25 years of experience in operations, sales and procurement in the industry.

McConnell was most recently vice president of supply chain at Waste Management, where he was responsible for the alignment between corporate functions and field operations in order to achieve WM’s transformation goals. In his prior position, McConnell was area vice president overseeing the financial and operations of the Waste Management of North Florida and Puerto Rico.

Published in the August 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Absolute Data Shredding of Norman, Oklahoma, a NAID certified shredding company, has hired former Mid America Recycling and Greenstar Recycling general manager, Brian Reid as their major account representative.

Reid brings extensive experience along with a vast clientele following.

Published in the August 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Advanced Disposal has promoted Mike Stoeckigt to district manager over the company’s north central Wisconsin and Missouri districts. In his new role, he will oversee 28 hauling, landfill, transfer stations and recycling facilities.

Stoeckigt has been with the company for seven years.

Published in the August 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Atlas Copco appointed Matt Cadnum as vice president of sales for its rental channel where he will grow its breadth of products and services for rental centers across the U.S. Cadnum, formerly Atlas Copco Construction Equipment’s aftermarket vice president, is also responsible for leading the current r

ental service team and ensuring that the team provides quality support for rental centers.  
Cadnum, from Cleveland, Ohio, brings more than 20 years of experience in the construction equipment industry. This experience gives him insight on finding innovative equipment and service-based solutions, as well as focusing on key issues within the rental industry, such as cost of ownership and fleet utilization.

Prior to the new appointment, Cadnum was Atlas Copco vice president, aftermarket for more than six years. He contributed to building a strong service network with seven service centers across the U.S. and developed a robust logistics system to ensure spare parts and con-sumables were readily available for customers.

Published in the August 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Vortex De-Pollution and Recycling Equipment are to represent Tetronics International, a leader in environmentally friendly resource recovery solutions, in North America. Tetronics has five decades of experience in developing plasma arc systems for a number of applications, with 109 patents granted or pending.

Vortex will be focusing on the automotive catalytic converter recovery market, where Tetronics’ technology has been used for decades to recover platinum, palladium and rhodium from precious metal bearing waste materials with class leading recovery rates, along with the lowest cost base and environmental impact.

Vortex has also coupled Tetronics’ addition to its offering with the release of new solutions to offer a full product and services line up for catalytic converter processing. This includes, removing the converter from the vehicle, de-canning, crushing, grinding and homogenizing the material ready for an assay, then finally smelting the product to extract the precious metals.

Published in the August 2015 Edition of American Recycler News