August Industry News

AP/M PERMAFORM Names Wolf Regional Manager; Greyline Adds Office, Warehouse Facility; Super Products Names Reis Industrial Sales Manager; Coxreels Expands Manufacturing Capabilities; ITT Names Sabol to Lead Strategy, Development for Water Company; StoneAge Receives Export Award; RapidView Hosts SeptemberFest 2011

AP/M PERMAFORM Names Wolf Regional Manager

AP/M PERMAFORM named Robin Wolf East Coast regional manager for its trenchless renewal and replacement equipment and technologies. She has been involved in the precast concrete industry since 1999.


Greyline Adds Office, Warehouse Facility

Greyline Instruments, Ontario, Canada, completed construction of its office and warehouse facility in May. The 8,500-square-foot building is part of a multi-phase expansion that includes renovation of the existing manufacturing facility. Work is scheduled for completion this fall. Greyline designs and manufactures flow and level instruments for the water and wastewater industry.


Super Products Names Reis Industrial Sales Manager

Super Products LLC named Mike Reis industrial sales manager for its Western Region. Reis has a sales, rental and customer service background, focusing on heavy-duty truck and equipment suppliers.


Coxreels Expands Manufacturing Capabilities

Coxreels is expanding its manufacturing facility. The added space will enable the company to double capacity levels by the end of 2011.


ITT Names Sabol to Lead Strategy, Development for Water Company

ITT Corp. appointed Colin R. Sabol to lead Strategy and Business Development for the stand-alone, publicly traded water company it will spinoff this year. Sabol is currently responsible for Strategy and Business Development for ITT’s Fluid and Motion Control group and will continue to lead the company’s strategy, marketing, business planning, mergers, acquisitions, product development and organic growth initiatives.


StoneAge Receives Export Award

StoneAge Tools Inc. received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting at World Trade Day 2011 in Denver. The award recognizes Colorado companies that demonstrate a commitment to international trade. StoneAge was selected in the small manufacturer category as a world leader in providing tools and equipment for waterblast cleaning. Based in Durango, Colo., the company, which exports to 43 foreign countries, also received a site visit from the governor in June.


RapidView Hosts SeptemberFest 2011

RapidView IBAK North American presents SeptemberFest 2011 at its headquarters in Rochester, Ind., Sept. 14-15. New and emergent pipeline inspection technologies will be presented along with classes on repair and equipment maintenance and PACP software. For more information, call 800/656-4225 or visit


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