Atlas Acquires Generator Manufacturer, Launches Websites; Martin Installs Bulk Material Paint Line; PureLine Offers Mobile Treatment Solutions; Ditch Witch Adds Interactive Parts Section to Website; Godwin Opens Branches in Indiana, Ohio


Atlas Acquires Generator Manufacturer, Launches Websites

Atlas Copco SAE acquired Grupo Electrogenos Gesan S.A., manufacturer of diesel and petrol generators. Based in Zaragoza, Spain, the privately owned Gesan employs approximately 160. Atlas Copco will retain the Gesan brand. Atlas Copco Construction & Mining stores in the United States also launched localized websites, focusing on products, special offers, news and events that pertain to the customers and region the store serves.

 

Martin Installs Bulk Material Paint Line

Martin Engineering installed a bulk material handling components paint line at its global manufacturing headquarters in Neponset, Ill. The line will give the company greater control over preparation, coating and curing and enable more efficient delivery of components.

 

PureLine Offers Mobile Treatment Solutions

PureLine Treatment Systems LLC offers mobile PureClO2 ElectroChemical chlorine dioxide generation for rapid response and trial treatment. Systems range in capacity from 10 to 120 pounds per day. Units produce 99.5 percent pure, chlorine-free chlorine dioxide using remote on-off dosing pump control. Other features include color touch screen and integrated programmable logic controller capability.

 

Ditch Witch Adds Interactive Parts Section to Website

Ditch Witch added an interactive tool selector section to its website, www.ditchwitch.com. The selector helps users identify which downhole tool, such as bits and backreamers, work best in different soil types. The site also includes information about digging components, electronic guidance and locating equipment, vacuum excavation system components, drill pipe and replacement parts.

 

Godwin Opens Branches in Indiana, Ohio

Godwin Pumps opened locations in Cincinnati, Ohio, Indianapolis and Evansville, Ind., to better serve the Midwest market. The new branches will be equipped with Godwin’s Dri-Prime pumps and Flygt’s electric submersible pumps for mine dewatering.


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