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first_imgDavid Baratti, 45, vice president of sales and marketing for Heil Environmental, died June 17 at home in Chattanooga, TN. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement He is survived by his wife, Angelia, and daughter, Caitlyn; parents, Mario and Nancy Baratti of West Memphis, AR.; sister, Laurie Morgan of Marion, AR and mother-in-law, Betty Anderson of Newport, AR. Baratti joined Heil in January 2002 as general sales manager, eastern region. He was promoted to director of marketing in June 2002. In May 2005, David was named vice president, North American sales. He was appointed vice president, sales and marketing in February 2006. In this position, he had global responsibility for all of Heil’s sales and marketing activities, product development and customer support. Baratti came to Heil from Grote Industries, a vehicle safety systems manufacturer. He joined Grote in 1990 as a field rep. After a stint as Southeast regional sales manager, he spent four years as manager of marketing services, with responsibility for marketing, product development and customer service. He was named director of OEM sales in 1997 and held this position until he signed on at Heil. Baratti was born Sept. 2, 1961. He graduated from Arkansas State University in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Over the next seven years, he led a number of sales and marketing teams for NAPA Auto Parts, North America’s leading supplier of automotive parts and accessories. Advertisement Baratti enjoyed outdoor sports, especially mountain biking, hiking, camping and fishing. He was active on the competitive barbecue circuit and was a member of the United Methodist Church. Services were held June 22 at Roller-Citizens Funeral Home of West Memphis, AR, with interment at Crittenden Memorial Park, Marion, AR. A memorial service is planned in Chattanooga at a later date. In David’s memory, the family has set up an educational fund for his daughter, Caitlyn. To donate to this fund, please make checks payable to Angelia J. Baratti and send to: Educational Fund: David Baratti’s Daughter, Caitlyn Baratti AmSouth Bank East Brainerd Branch 7951 East Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421last_img read more

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first_img“Tom and Chuck will drive a strong health and safety vision and culture at Exide,” said Robert Caruso, president and CEO of Exide Technologies. “They bring fresh perspectives and high levels of expertise to lead our efforts to upgrade our Vernon facility.” Strang is responsible for developing and managing regulatory compliance programs at the Vernon operation and other Exide locations. He also is overseeing the upgrades for the company’s Vernon recycling facility. He joined Exide on May 5.  AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Giesige, who joins the company on June 16, will lead strategic oversight and operations of the Exide Americas recycling division, including management of plant purchasing, productivity, quality and logistics functions. In coordination with Strang, Giesige will develop policies and programs to enhance environmental compliance. Strang and Giesige bring to Exide more than 60 years of combined environmental, safety and health and plant operations experience. The company has named Thomas Strang as its vice president, environment health & safety – Americas, and Charles Giesige as vice president of recycling operations – Americas.center_img Giesige has experience with battery manufacturing going back more than three decades, and has held senior management positions at a number of global companies, most recently as vice president of corporate development for Columbus McKinnon Corp. He also served as vice president and general manager for the Dynasty Division and Power Systems Division of C&D Technologies. Prior to that, he was vice president and general manager of the Specialty Battery/Dynasty Division of Johnson Controls, which was later acquired by C&D Technologies. He earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from The Ohio State University and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin. Strang has a successful history in managing environmental remediation, implementing best practices and working collaboratively with diverse communities. Prior to joining Exide, he served as the vice president of environment health and safety, regulatory affairs and manufacturing excellence for Chemtura Corp., where he developed and instilled the company’s safety culture globally. He held a similar role at Hercules Chemical, serving in a number of engineering, supply chain and plant manager capacities. Strang has a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. MILTON, Ga. – Exide Technologies, a global leader in lead-acid battery manufacturing and recycling, has appointed two new executives to lead the company’s efforts to upgrade its Vernon, Calif. recycling facility. “The Exide Vernon facility is one of only two battery recycling plants west of the Rockies and plays an important role in California’s green economy. Not only are we focused on completing the $5 million in improvements that will make this recycling center a premier facility, we’re helping to ensure the health and safety of our employees and local residents. We look forward to resuming our operations and getting our employees back to work as soon as the project is completed and tested.”last_img read more

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first_imgSaadé senior, who remains chairman of the board of directors stated: “Rodolphe has proven himself over the years, and he has my deepest trust as ceo of the group. I know that, with Rodolphe as ceo, with Farid Salem and Tanya Saadé Zeenny, our executive officers, and all our teams around the world, the group will continue its development with the same commitment and passion”.Saadé junior was previously executive officer. After he founded a company selling water coolers in Middle East, he joined the group in 1994 in the USA. He then worked in Hong Kong before relocating to Marseilles to head a shipping line linking Northern China to Japan. From 1997 to 2000, Rodolphe Saadé successively headed different shipping lines.In 2009, he took over responsibility of the group’s financial restructuring. In 2015 and 2016, he successfully led the voluntary general cash offer for Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), a Singapore-based container shipping company. In April 2016, he conducted the talks leading to the signature of the largest operational agreement of the sector with three Asian competitors.www.cma-cgm.comlast_img read more

first_imgSLOVAKIA: ZOS Zvolen has rolled out a demonstrator two-car diesel multiple-unit produced by rebuilding a Class 810/010 two-axle railcar and trailer. The latest update of the Class 810 family is derived from two Class 813/913 DMUs supplied to Czech operator GW Train Regio in late 2012. The partly low-floor unit has new front ends and air-conditioning, and is powered by a 310 kW Tedom TD310 R6HTA26 engine with Voith DIWA 864.3E hydraulic transmission and Mirel 813 electronic control. The DMU’s maximum speed is 90 km/h, it weighs 42 tonnes and the overall length is 28·82 m. It has 63 fixed and two tip-up seats, with space for 102 standees.last_img read more