Profiled: Dürr Systems Inc., Plymouth, Mich.;
Godwin Pumps, Bridgeport, N.J.; BNP Media, Troy, Mich.; BOC Edwards Inc.,
Wilmington, Mass.; and Industrial Scientific, Pittsburgh.
Dürr Systems Inc., Plymouth, Mich., has received a
commendation from Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm in recognition of the 2007
Renewable Energy Project of the Year award, received earlier this year at the
World Energy Engineering Congress. The company was responsible for the design,
engineering and installation of the system that converted auto manufacturer
BMW’s process equipment to utilize landfill gas as a fuel source. Visit
Godwin Pumps, Bridgeport, N.J., recently
relocated its Tampa and Atlanta locations to larger facilities. The Tampa-area
branch now makes its home at 202 Winston Creek Parkway in Lakeland, Fla.
Resting on nine and a half acres, this 18,000 square foot building includes
office space, a warehouse and a parts department. The Atlanta branch has moved
to seven acres at 1320 Lockhart Drive NW in Kennesaw, Ga. With 10,300 square
feet of office, warehouse and parts space, the facility accommodates 15
factory-trained personnel and over 200 of the company’s pumps. Visit www.godwinpumps.com.
BNP Media, Troy, Mich., the parent company of
Pollution Engineering, has announced the acquisition of the Professional
Services Division of Ascend Media which includes the Food, Beverage and
Packaging Group and the Gaming Group of magazines, conferences, websites and
events. Clear Seas Research, BNP Media’s market research company, is
concurrently announcing their entrance into these industries. Visit
BOC Edwards Inc., Wilmington, Mass., has signed a definitive
agreement under which Edwards will divest the majority of its parts cleaning
and chamber process kit management division, Kachina, to Applied Materials Inc.
Applied Materials will acquire the assets and operations of the Kachina parts
cleaning hub facilities in Arizona, Texas and Oregon. Visit
Steel City's Finest
Industrial Scientific was named a finalist in
the Pittsburgh Business Times 2007 Pittsburgh 100. The award program annually
recognizes the region’s fastest-growing, privately held companies. The
publication honored finalists in several industry categories at an awards event
held at the Duquesne Club in Downtown Pittsburgh. Visit www.indsci.com.