May 1, 2007
• Concord, N.H.-based Stahlman Group, a leading designer of food and beverage production and distribution plants serving Fortune 500 companies, has announced its New Hampshire office has moved to a new location in Concord. The company says the move to Concord represents the first step in a greater strategic plan to grow Stahlman Group into a national engineering and constructionmanagement firm focused in the food, beverage and consumer products industries. In related news, Barry-Wehmiller Design Group, St. Louis, has merged with Stahlman Group, further expanding its service offering and client base in the food and beverage arena.
• Oshkosh, Wis.-based Arrowhead Conveyor Corp. has announced its acquisition of Tampa-based NeXtconveyor. The company says NeXtconveyor offers a patented conveyor design for the sanitary market, and that the addition of this design will be a strategic fit for Arrowhead Conveyor.
• Nelson-Jameson Inc., Marshfield, Wis., has released the 60th anniversary edition of its popular Buyers Guide for the Food Industry. The guide features more than 10,000 products chosen specifically for the food processing and dairy industries. It also includes product information and terminology, user-friendly "How to Order" boxes and related item guides, providing a one-stop supply source. For more information, visit www.nelsonjameson.com
• Transpara Corp. and Invensys Process Systems have announced a global partnership through which Invensys Process Systems becomes a global reseller and certified implementer for Transpara’s Visual KPI operations intelligence software. The only composite Key Performance Indicator (KPI) engine available on the market, Visual KPI delivers ondemand, business-critical data about process manufacturing and utility operations to any handheld or desktop browser.$OMN_arttitle="Supplier S News";?> $OMN_artauthor="";?>