October 1, 2004
Crain's New York Business recently named Seal-It, Farmingdale, N.Y., one of the Top 25 women-owned firms in New York City, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester counties and New Jersey.
Mid-South Marking Systems, Memphis, Tenn., has been certified as a Sato Healthcare Gold Partner by Sato America Inc., Charlotte, N.C. Sato’s Healthcare Gold Level certification involves the successful completion of classroom instruction for all Sato Healthcare products and services including application generating software, label generation software, specialized Sato Healthcare printers and configurations, connectivity products, installation, pre- and post-in-service training, and Sato Healthcare DuraMark medium and security fasteners.
TNT Logistics North America, Jacksonville, Fla., has been involved in rebuilding efforts in Florida since Hurricane Charley hit the state last month. Its employees, who routinely deliver supplies to home and construction sites for Home Depot, diverted their efforts to deliver plywood, nails, other building materials and power generators from stores throughout Florida. By mid-August, TNT Logistics had handled 73 truckloads of high-priority material.
IRM Corp., Dallas, Texas, is offering free customized trials of its flagship product, Sales Discovery System. Sales Discovery is a reporting and analytics tool used by more than 2,000 food and beverage manufacturers, brokerages and distributors across North America.
DDS Technologies USA Inc., Boca Raton, Fla., recently announced it has acquired the patent ownership for its dry disaggregation system on a worldwide basis. Prior to the patent acquisition, DDS USA was the licensee with marketing rights restricted to North America, South America, Central America, the Caribbean (excluding Cuba) and Africa.
Dosatron International, Clearwater, Fla., has announced unit maintenance manuals on CD-ROM are available for all 11 GPM, 20 GPM and 40 GPM models. The step-by-step maintenance instruction manuals cover removal of the injector from installation, disassembly and reassembly, maintenance of the piston, maintenance of the air bleed and a trouble-shooting guide. To request a copy, visit dosatronusa.com.
VBS International Inc. has relocated its manufacturing, administration and engineering staff into one corporate location. VBS is now located at 745-B Camden Ave., Campbell, Calif. 95008.
Norland International Inc., Lincoln, Neb., recently announced new brochures are available for the company’s CasePak 5000 and ShrinkPak 5000 combination, which are designed specifically for start-up or medium-sized bottling operations. The systems handle bottled water products, as well as any liquid food product packaged in 8-ounce to 1-gallon size plastic bottles.
Crew Design Inc., Kent, Conn., has received a patent for its inflatable cooler line of products used to display and store cold beverages on ice in retail stores.
eBusiness Solution Pros Inc., Tustin, Calif., developer of the host-based Stay-Linked wireless terminal emulation solution, recently signed an agreement with AML, a developer and manufacturer of wireless data collection products. Under terms of the agreement, AML will integrate eSP's Stay-Linked wireless terminal emulation software solution onto AML M7100 Series wireless data collection terminals.
Severn Trent Services, Fort Washington, Pa., has announced an agreement in which Pollet Water Group of Koekelare, Belgium, will market the company's SORB 33 arsenic removal technology into the non-utility, point-of-use, point-of-entry and OEM market throughout Europe.
eSkye Solutions, Indianapolis, Ind., recently announced that Badger Mountain Inc., Stryker Sonoma, Zefina and St. Francis wineries have purchased its Blend Winery Software.
Emerson Process Management, Austin, Texas, is sponsoring a new series of workshops designed to assist manufacturers of field-mounted instruments using PlantWeb digital plant architecture. Contact Daniel Vande Vusse at 952/828-3831 or email Daniel.VandeVusse@EmersonProcess.com for dates and locations of upcoming Emerson workshops.
Crown Holdings Inc., Philadelphia, Pa., has announced it is investing millions of dollars in its Abilene, Texas, beverage can plant. The renovations include consolidating three production lines into two. The company also is planning multi-million-dollar upgrades to its Batesville, Miss.-based plant to make it the company’s national 8-ounce can center.
Pressco Technology Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, has received approval from the United States Patent Office for Intellimass, a new online technology that measures material distribution and verifies a container’s PET quality.
Koch Membrane Systems Inc., Wilmington, Mass., recently debuted brochures for its Super-Cor and Super-G product lines that clarify light and dark juices through ultrafiltration and microfiltration.
SAP America Inc., Newtown Square, Pa., recently announced two new qualified mySAP All-in-One reseller partners and two new specialized vertical industry mySAP All-in-One solutions. The two specialized vertical industry solutions are mySAP All-in-One for beverage distributors from Denver-based Summit Enterprise Solutions, and mySAP All-in-One for consumer product goods and food companies from Cincinnati-based itelligence Inc. New mySAP All-in-One reseller partners are Atlanta-based Enterprise Specialist Group and California-based Ki Solutions.
Henningsen Cold Storage Co., Hillsboro, Ore., has been awarded a Golden Penguin Award from the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association for its promotion of refrigerated and frozen foods during National Dairy Month in June.
Hackney, Washington, N.C., has raised the prices on all its truck body and trailer product lines. The price increases, due to raw material cost fluctuations, range from 6 to 8 percent.
SleeveCo Inc., Dawsonville, Ga., displayed its labeling capabilities at InterBev in Orlando last month. It will also be appearing at PackExpo, booth N-3522, on Nov. 7-11.
The SmartWorldAcademy has announced that all delegates of the International Card Manufacturers Association (ICMA) Expo in Prague, Czech Republic, this month are invited to visit the training center’s facilities and take part in a short presentation of the services the Academy can offer the ICMA members to grow their microcontroller card business. The academy was established in February by ACG Identification, Walluf, Germany, and is located in Prague. Further information about the SmartWorldAcademy can be found at smartworldacademy.com.