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Davis Colors Transitions to Chemical Giant Huntsman

In a cash deal hovering $1 billion, plus assumption of overseas pension liabilities, The Woodlands, Texas-based Huntsman Corp. has closed on Rockwood Holdings’ Titanium Dioxide and Performance Additives businesses, the latter including legacy concrete pigment producer Davis Colors of Los Angeles.

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Ex-Navistar Business Rebranded Continental Mixer Solutions

BR-Frank-150Closing on the second of two asset transactions with Navistar International Corp., Commercial Specialty Truck Holdings, LLC has established a new identity for its concrete truck brand, Continental Mixer Solutions, LLC, paralleling the creation of EZ-Pack Refuse Hauling Solutions, LLC after the first deal.

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MANUFACTURERS - November 2014

Command Alkon has promoted Gustavo Vargas to vice president. Over 16-plus years, he has served as sales manager, account manager, director of Strategic Marketing, and currently leads the MOBILEconnect division, with additional responsibility for Command Alkon’s Brazilian operations. Vargas holds a master’s degree in Business Administration and a bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering.

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Hamilton Chief Named PCI Titan

BR-Bill-150Hamilton Form Co. President William Daily was named a “Titan of the Industry” at the 2014 Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Convention in Washington, D.C. He joins an elite group of leaders who PCI credits with having a profound effect on industry advancement. The Institute named 50 charter Titans as part of its 50th anniversary observance in 2004.

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Kentucky RMCA shares solid message

BR-Logo-150A new Kentucky Ready Mixed Concrete Association tagline, used thus far on more than 5,000 bumper stickers and tee shirts, focuses on longevity. “CONCRETE LASTS A LIFETIME” anchors a promotional/educational effort for branding concrete as a resilient and durable product. The association and producer members have distributed shirts among University of Kentucky, University of Louisville and Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, students, while securing sticker spots on cars and trucks, and in offices and bars.

 

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