Conderoc inc. est heureuse d’annoncer la nomination de André Dufour à titre de représentant des ventes.

Il se joint à l’équipe de Conderoc, une entreprise spécialisée dans la vente et la location de la machinerie lourde basée à Sainte-Adèle, dans les Laurentides.

Conderoc est dédiée à offrir des équipements performants destinés aux travaux d’excavation, de construction, de démolition, de canalisation, de remblayage, de même qu’à la construction de tunnels, à l’épandage d’enrobé & d’asphalte, à la réfection et l’élargissement de route ainsi qu’au recyclage, concassage et tamisage de matériaux.

Source: Conderoc inc.


Soudures Richard St-Amant inc. (SSTA) est fier d’annoncer la nomination de Jocelyn Marquis à titre de représentant des ventes. Il couvrira l’ensemble de la province de Québec.

Monsieur Marquis compte plus de 35 ans d’expérience dans le domaine de la machinerie agricole, industrielle et forestière. Il possède également une excellente connaissance des produits de déneigement.

L’embauche de Jocelyn Marquis renforce la volonté de l’entreprise SSTA d’étendre son réseau de distribution et de poursuivre son développement.

Source: Soudures Richard St-Amant inc.



Catherine Bernard-Darlet est nommée directrice de la communication du pôle construction de Comexposium pour les salons Intermat et Interoute & Ville.

Depuis 2009, elle était responsable de la communication du pôle Agriculture de Comexposium. Tout en continuant à piloter la communication du Salon International de l’Agriculture, elle ajoute à son menu de nouveaux salons «BtoB» tels que le Sima et le Sitevi.

Travaillant étroitement avec Maryvonne Lanoë, directrice des expositions Intermat et Interoute & Ville, madame Bernard-Darlet sera chargée de l’élaboration et la mise en place de la stratégie de communication, de l’organisation de l’événementiel, du pilotage des relations médias.

Source: Comexposium



Astec Industries group president Joe Vig has been named Grasstops CEO of the Year by the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA).
The Grasstops CEO of the Year award honors the chief executive officer who has been particularly active in recruiting those outside the aggregates industry in advocating for transportation, as well as setting an example for employees regarding the importance of participating in the grassroots program. Mr. Vig was presented with the award during NSSGA’s annual convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 4, 2014.

Mr. Vig’s contributions include meeting with numerous members of Congress and congressional staffers, as well as hosting elected officials at KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ manufacturing facilities, to discuss the need for reauthorization of the surface transportation bill and to find a sustainable source of revenue to fund the program.

Pam Whitted, senior vice president of legislative and regulatory affairs at NSSGA, said Joe Vig has been a “tireless advocate” for surface transportation reauthorization, urging action before expiration of the current law and insolvency of the Highway Trust Fund.

This year marks the third annual “Growing Forward” grassroots recognition program presented by NSSGA. The program was designed to build member participation in the organization’s advocacy efforts.

Source: National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA)

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens has promoted Ryan Newman to director of parts sales for the company’s three manufacturing facilities.

Mr. Newman, who has worked for the company’s Yankton, South Dakota, manufacturing facility since 1999 and has served as parts manager since 2010, will assume his new position May 1. He replaces Unajean Peaks, who retires April 30 after 40 years in the industry.

In his new position, Ryan Newman will plan and implement sales, marketing and product development programs for parts in new and existing markets. He is also responsible for establishing parts policies and pricing, as well as managing training. In addition to his new duties, Mr. Newman will continue his responsibility as parts sales manager for the company’s Yankton manufacturing facility.

Source: KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens


Wayne Chodzicki has joined Mertex Canada Inc. as a director and president. In this role, he will be responsible for the strategic direction, operation and expansion of the company. Prior to joining Mertex Canada, Mr. Chodzicki was the partner in charge of the Canadian and International Oil and Gas practice for KPMG, an international advisory firm. He is currently the Past-Chair of the Energy Council of Canada. Wayne Chodzicki is a native Albertan who is active in the Calgary community.

Mertex Canada is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta and supplies high quality piping, casing and tubular products to the oil and gas industry for down-hole drilling projects. The company is dedicated to providing products that are manufactured and controlled by highly-trained personnel and produced under the best quality standards, in a convenient and timely manner. Mertex Canada aims to be the foremost trusted and distinguished distributor of oil country tubular products (OCTG) in Western Canada.

Source: Mertex Canada Inc.


Mark Woody takes on role of 50th president of the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA).
The NTEA, which was founded in 1964, represents a total of more than 1,600 companies in the truck sector, making it the most important association for the American truck industry.

Mark Woody, president of PALFINGER North America, succeeds outgoing Shawn Jacobs, president and CEO of STS Trailer & Truck Equipment. Mr. Woody was officially appointed during the Work Truck Show 2014, the North America’s biggest truck event.

“I look forward to filling this role and am driven to work hard to lead the NTEA during its 50th year of serving the work truck industry”, said Mr. Woody.
Mark Woody has been supporting the PALFINGER Group in various roles over the past 20 years – initially as director of sales & marketing and, since 2001, in his current position as president and area manager.

PALFINGER North America has more than 1,000 employees and produces and develops a wide range of innovative lifting, loading and handling solutions for use on commercial vehicles. These include knuckle boom cranes, forestry/recycling cranes, truck bodies, liftgates, aerial lifts, cable hosts, hook-lifts, mechanic trucks and truck-mounted forklifts.

Source: PALFINGER North America

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