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On the Move (March 01, 2008)


March 1, 2008
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Applied Analytics is shifting headquarters from Boston, to ‘historic’ Concord, Massachusetts. Along with more space for manufacturing, the move gives the designer/manufacturer of process analyzers and…

Applied Analytics is shifting headquarters from Boston, to ‘historic’ Concord, Massachusetts. Along with more space for manufacturing, the move gives the designer/manufacturer of process analyzers and sampling systems more room to train end-use engineers and technicians. Minneapolis-based Banner Engineering Corp. has won Control Engineering 2008 Engineers Choice Award for its energy-frugal SureCross FlexPower Wireless Nodes. Powered by solar energy, 10 to 30V DC power or batteries, the nodules go places where heavier DC power isn’t readily available.

In Illinois, Stamar Packaging bought Metropolitan Container Packaging Group for an undisclosed amount. Stamar calls the friendly merger an “aggressive market expansion” that will improve customer service and product prices. The new entity will operate as Stamar Packaging with no job cuts planned. Joe LoSavio, former president of Metropolitan Container, is now Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Stamar. www.stamarpkg.com

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Joo Ricciarelli has been appointed president of Toronto-based SFK Canada Ltd.. Prior to the appointment, Mr. Ricciarelli had held various executive management positions within SKF, most recently in Europe, overseeing key account management and reliability systems sales growth. Ricciarelli succeeds former president Jan Lindhe who has served 40 years with SKF.


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