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Jonathan M. Beckett Named President/CEO of Beckett Air 

Jonathan M. Beckett was appointed president/CEO of Beckett Air, Inc., a manufacturer of engineered products for air-moving applications in the HVAC industry. Beckett Air is one of three Beckett companies based in North Ridgeville, Ohio.  Jonathan Beckett leaves an executive position within R.W. Beckett Corporation, where he was vice president, sales and marketing, to take on this new assignment, R.W. ...

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ADD Systems’ John Redmond Retires

Advanced Digital Data, Inc. (ADD Systems), Flanders, N.J., a supplier of software to the energy distribution industry, wishes a happy retirement to long-term employee and industry veteran John Redmond. Redmond began his career in the energy distribution industry as a service dispatcher for Commander Oil. Upon leaving Commander, Redmond took on a customer support role at Tymshare, a software provider ...

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USAF Major Dan Rooney to Give Keynote at EEE

Major Dan “Noonan” Rooney, a United States Air Force fighter pilot with three combat tours in Iraq, who is also an author, a PGA golf professional, and the founder of “Folds of Honor,” will give the keynote address at the Eastern Energy Expo at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 23, in the Grand Pequot Ballroom of the Foxwoods Resort Casino ...

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OESP Welcomes Four New Corporate Members

The National Association of Oil and Energy Service Professionals (OESP) welcomed four new corporate members to the organization: Advanced Fuel Solutions, North Andover, Mass.; Fuel Ox, Hackettstown, N.J.; Plimpton & Hills, Meriden, Conn.; and Rinnai, Peachtree, Ga. Corporate membership is for companies that have multiple people who want to be involved with OESP—wholesalers, rep agencies, manufacturers and even service companies. ...

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Bergquist Hires Hildenbrand as Midwest Area Sales Manager

Bergquist, Inc., Toledo, Ohio, a supplier of propane equipment, expanded its sales team with the addition of Mike Hildenbrand as area sales manager for Minnesota, Wisconsin and eastern North and South Dakota. Hildenbrand’s position will fulfill current customer demand with the ultimate goal of increasing sales within that region, the company said. Hildenbrand has worked in the propane industry for ...

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Nate Scott Named CEO of Cargas Systems

Nate Scott was appointed CEO of Cargas Systems, Lancaster, Pa., succeeding founder Chip Cargas, who continues as chairman of the board, the company announced. “The Cargas team was well prepared for the change, watching Scott take on more responsibilities while Cargas gradually dialed back his level of involvement during the past four years,” according to a Jan. 17 company statement. ...

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ATA Offers Support for Proposed Association Health Plan Rule

A proposal by the U.S. Department of Labor would make it easier for small businesses and self-employed individuals to purchase high-quality, lower cost health insurance through expanded association health plans, the American Trucking Associations said. The proposal is “a step in the right direction for improving access to affordable, quality health care for all Americans,” ATA President and CEO Chris Spear said in ...

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James DeLeo Elected Leading Partner at Gray, Gray & Gray

James A. DeLeo has been elected to serve as leading partner at Gray, Gray & Gray, announced the accounting and business advisory firm headquartered in Canton, Mass. DeLeo has been instrumental in developing a mergers and acquisitions practice at the firm, and has also played a key role in its Client Services department, Gray, Gray & Gray said. DeLeo succeeds ...

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The Next Big Deadline in Payment Security

July 1, 2018, is the TLS Changeover date, which is the next big security deadline for payments processing. That is six months away, but you need to start planning now, writes Collin Sullivan, national sales manager for Avatas Payment Soulutions, because if the changeover isn’t managed properly, it could have a major impact on your ability to accept credit cards. ...

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Taco Acquires Taconova

Taco Family of Companies has acquired the Taconova Group, a manufacturer of hydronic solutions for heating, plumbing, and solar energy applications in residential and commercial buildings. Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, Taconova has more than 55 years of experience in creating intelligent building technology solutions. The company offers hydronic balancing, underfloor heating, distribution technology, system technology and valves. Taconova’s markets include ...

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