Arrow Truck Sales, Kansas City, is celebrating its 55th anniversary. The company, launched in April 1950 in Kansas City, now is a part of the Volvo group of companies.
A fully renewable biodiesel facility has opened in Denton, Texas. The facility, which was built jointly by the city of Denton and California-based Biodiesel Industries, has an initial production capacity of 3 million gallons per year and is powered by biogas extracted from the city of Denton Landfill.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada-based Cover-All Building Systems will host several open houses throughout North America in May. For more information, call (800) 268-3768.
Sundance Equipment has reorganized and moved its offices from Greeley, Colo., to Newton, Kansas. Doug Lloyd has been appointed president and general manager of the company.
Orlando, Fla.-based R.W. Beck Inc. has opened a Philadelphia area office to serve the Mid-Atlantic region.
Engineering and consulting firm CTI and Associates Inc., Brighton, Mich., has announced a new location in southwestern Pennsylvania that will service clients in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The Society of Plastics Engineers, Brookfield, Conn., has given Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Cascade Engineering the Environmental Stewardship award. The award was presented at the 2005 Global Plastics Environmental Conference held in Atlanta.
SCS Engineers, Long Beach, Calif., has been awarded an honorable mention in the medium-sized-company category by the Environmental Business Journal as part of its 2004 Business Achievement Awards. Program.