Here's a quick roundup of this month's industry news. Track the industry's movers and shakers, learn about company acquisitions, get the skinny on new products and more.

IPEX announces $55 million expansion
IPEX unveiled its $55 million Edmonton plant expansion to stakeholders and guests at a reception in June. The 17,245-square-foot expansion brings the production of large-diameter PVCO and PVC pressure and sewer piping to the North American and Canadian markets.

McLaughlin names regional sales rep
Jake Jeffords was named regional sales representative for McLaughlin. Jeffords will be responsible for meeting the needs of customers in the Southeast, Mid-South and Eastern Canada.

JWC Environmental names business development manager
JWC Environmental named Jesus Rodriguez business development manager for Monster Screening Systems products. Rodriguez will be responsible for expanding the company’s wastewater screening products, including in-channel headworks screens, rotary drum screens, drum sludge thickeners and Screenings Washer Monsters.

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Cityworks employees earn asset management certifications
Becky Tamashasky, executive director of product roadmap for Cityworks, and Billy Lang, industry practices manager, earned certification from the Institute of Asset Management. IAM is the professional group for those involved in acquisition, operation and care of physical assets, including critical infrastructure, and helps experts expand their knowledge of asset management.

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