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Talbert Hires Dealer Development Manager

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RENSSELAER, Ind. (Sept. 12, 2019) –Talbert Manufacturing, a North American leader in specialized heavy-haul solutions, welcomes David Henderson as dealer development manager. With the expansion of their Liberty, North Carolina, facility earlier this year, Talbert Manufacturing created the position to support their growing dealer network. Henderson works closely with dealers and Talbert’s regional sales managers to develop and grow the 80-year-old company’s recognition across the United States and Canada. “Talbert Manufacturing had outgrown our capacity, so, with the North Carolina expansion, we made a strategic step toward maximizing our potential,” said Troy Geisler, Talbert Manufacturing vice president of sales and marketing. “Along with increased production, we recognized the need to increase support for our dealers through a centralized position. Their success is our success. We believe David is a valuable addition to the Talbert team and will provide the necessary support fo…

Flanagan & Gerard take shopping malls to the sun

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South Africa’s leading shopping centre developer, Flanagan & Gerard Property Development & Investment, has invested more than R16 million to install state-of-the-art solar plants at its malls in an effort to save energy and significantly reduce its carbon footprint. So far, over 3MVA of solar energy generation capacity has been installed at three of their co-owned shopping centres, Vaal Mall (co-owned with Growthpoint Properties) Middleburg Mall (co-owned with Moolman Group) and Springs Mall (co-owned with Vukile Property Fund, Murinda Investments and Blue Crane Eco Mall). A further solar plant for Mall of the North (co-owned with Resilient REIT and Moolman Group) is expected to be live before the end of the year, and capable of generating an additional 1 MVA. Added to that, Highveld Mall (co-owned with Resilient REIT, Mogwele Investments and Retraction Props) will introduce solar to its energy mix in early 2020, increasing the total solar energy capacity at Flanagan &…

Brokk Inc. Relocates Stanhope Facility for Increased Inventory and Services

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MONROE, Wash. (Sept. 25, 2019) – Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, recently opened the doors to their relocated Stanhope, New Jersey, distribution and service facility. The new building is in the same industrial complex as the original location but offers the company 33% more space for increased inventory. Additionally, the added room allows the Stanhope team to offer Brokk demonstrations onsite. “As Brokk’s presence in the United States has grown, so has interest in seeing the power and precision of our machines firsthand. It’s an exciting position to be in,” said Lars Lindgren, president of Brokk Inc. “Part of the decision to move our Stanhope facility was the need to increase inventory to better meet our customers’ needs, but in addition, it gave us the opportunity to add an onsite demonstration area. The move allows us to better support our customers across the U.S. and Canada and provides a perfect setting to experience the intel…