Concrete Products

JUN 2018

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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30 • June 2018 BRIEFS MANUFACTURERS reinforcement accessories for the concrete industry." The company is the latest bolt-on business under St. Louis-based investor BW Forsyth Partners, which acquired HawkeyePedershaab in 2016 with a goal of building the market-leading supplier of equip- ment and solutions for precast concrete. "CAM Sales offers a highly regarded brand of products that are complementary to ours and a nat- ural extension of our current solutions," affirms HawkeyePedershaab President Brad Schmidgall. "Joining together allows us to execute our strategic vision to provide an even broader set of capabilities to meet customers' needs." "By bringing together our two teams, not only will we be able to enrich already robust offerings for customers, but we also have the opportunity to share our people-centric culture more widely," adds HawkeyePedershaab CEO and BW Forsyth Managing Director Ryan Gable. Florida-based water supply equipment specialist Kemco Systems Co. has named Mike Fout as vice president of Operations. He most recently oversaw the successful implementation of Lean Manufacturing across the Interior Door group at Masonite International of Tampa. He was chosen to lead the newly formed Architectural Division and deploy the Masonite Mvantage lean enterprise; completed work to attain White Belt certification; and, was named a Lean Ambassador in 2015. Fout is a graduate of General Electric's Manufacturing Management Program and worked for GE for 14 years in manufacturing leadership positions across Aerospace, Appliances and Lighting. Rebar tool specialist Max USA Corp. has promoted John W. Dominice III from vice pres - ident to senior vice president of Sales. Management cred- its him with increasing the brand's market penetration, boosting sales volume, and creating greater brand aware- ness for its industrial products. With almost 20 years of service at Max USA and an MBA from Stony Brook University in New York, Dominice will continue to oversee sales and marketing in the Americas, managing a 16-member team. Olds, Alberta-based volumetric mixer truck specialist ProAll Inter- national Manufacturing has appointed Michael Powell as chief executive officer. A Chartered Professional Accountant and 25-year veteran of various senior roles in construction materials and manu- facturing, he most recently served as president and CEO of Calgary's Burnco Rock Products. Powell succeeds Larry Koop, who remains a ProAll director and will serve in a consulting role. Since taking the helm in 2013, Koop John W. Dominice III

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