Kengo Saikiwas appointed president of RKC America, South Bend, Ind. RKC America, a subsidiary ofRKC Instruments, Tokyo, is responsible for sales and distribution of RKC Instruments' temperature and process controls for North and South America. Saiki was formerly domestic sales manager in Japan within RKC Instruments before becoming president of the Americas subsidiary.Naoki Nakamura, the previous president, will return to Japan after a transitional period.
A manufacturer of electric heating and control systems,Indeeco, St. Louis, appointedJohn Eulichpresident and CEO. He will be in charge of setting the company's direction as well as overseeing all facets of its daily operation.
Grieve Corp., Palatine, Ill., expanded its ovens and furnaces catalog to more than 100 pages and added coverage on new equipment, new market applications and details on the expanded factory trained sales representative network. To request a copy, visit www.grieve.com.
Williamson Corp., Concord, Mass., released an eight-page catalog describing its noncontact temperature measurement systems. Products include single- and dual-wavelength systems as well as two-wire transmitters. To download a copy, visit www.williamsonir.com.
Everett, Wash.-basedMetermanis droppingWavetekfrom its brand name and will now market its products asMeterman Test Tools. For more information, visit the new web site, www.metermantesttools.com.
GeoCorp. Inc., Huron, Ohio, issued a brochure detailing its thermocouple product line. To request a copy, visit www.geocorpinc.com.
William Hoffmann, a computer-aided drafting designer in the engineering department of Northbrook, Ill.-basedVulcanium Corp., has passed theCertified Electroplater Finisherexam and earned the right to use the CEF designation as part of his professional title.PH