February 1, 2006
In response to continued growth, Stahlman Group announced in November that it is expanding its engineering and design operations and relocating to a new facility in Concord, N.H. “Our recent merger with Barry-Wehmiller Design Group has been a huge positive for our firm,” says Stahlman partner Robert Redman. “We are expanding our engineering organization in Concord in response to continued growth as a nationally recognized engineering and construction management firm.”
Following the completion of a four-year effort with industry leaders to develop and prove the success of a configurable application, addressing the specific needs of the food processing industry, Costa Mesa, Calif.-based Vigilistics has announced configurable software for tracking, tracing and analysis of process manufacturing. Developed for seven global leaders in dairy and food manufacturing, Vigilistics software provides auditable records for Bioterrorism Act and FDA compliance, improves energy use, reduces product loss and provides production data for ERP enterprise systems.
Phoenix Closures Inc. has opened a third manufacturing facility in Newport, Tenn. Outfitted with state-of-the-art molds, molding machines and liner insertion machines, the company says the facility furthers its 115-year commitment to reinvest in the closure business. Situated on 28 acres, the new plant encompasses 200,000 square feet of combined manufacturing and warehouse space.
Fristam Pumps, Middleton, Wis., has announced the recipients of its 2005 Outstanding Sales Performance Awards. Top distributor honors go to Dairy Engineering Co, Colorado; Delphy Bombas Y Equipos, Mexico; Dobbins Co., Alabama; DSI Process Systems, Missouri; Perrigo Inc., Connecticut; Statco Engineering & Fabricators, California; and W.M. Sprinkman Corp., Wisconsin. Top OEM honors go to CPS Scherping Systems, Minnesota; Filtration Engineering Co., Minnesota; and Niro Inc., Wisconsin.$OMN_arttitle="Supplier s News";?>