Colmac Coil, Colville, Wash., promoted Jeremy Olberding to vice president of sales. Olberding has worked for the company since 2005. Working closely with the marketing, research and software development departments, Olberding will suggest methods to improve products and increase customer satisfaction.
FMC Technologies appointed Maryann T. Seaman executive vice president. Seaman, who is the company?s chief financial officer, has been with FMC Technologies for 28 years and has held financial, administrative and operational positions.
Rachid Kaina joined Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems, Springfield, Mo., as vice president of visionary courage. In this role, Kaina will oversee business development, including all marketing and new product development efforts.
International technology group Andritz received an order from Klabin, an integrated pulp-and-paper company in Brazil, to supply major production equipment for Klabin?s new pulp mill in Ortigueira, Paran‡, Brazil. Startup is scheduled for the first quarter of 2016. The scope of supply of the Andritz Pulp & Paper business area covers the woodyard, the complete fiberline (for softwood and hardwood), and the white liquor plant. The pulp mill will have an annual production capacity of 1.5 million tons.
Alfa Laval, Lund, Sweden, will supply its Packinox heat exchangers to a refinery and petrochemical plant in Vietnam. The order has a value of approximately $8.6 million. Delivery is scheduled for 2015. The heat exchangers will be used in the production of mixed xylenes, ingredients in the manufacturing of synthetic nylons and PET bottles.
Masterbond Inc., Hackensack, N.J., posted a white paper, ?Epoxy Adhesive Films and Preforms for Electronics Manufacturing,? available for download on its website. Visit www.masterbond.com.
Caron Products & Services Inc., Marietta, Ohio, received the ?Diversity/Small Business Supplier of the Year Award? for 2013 from VWR International LLC, Radnor, Pa., a global solutions provider of laboratory supplies, equipment and services. Caron?s product line includes environmental chambers and CO2 incubators.
Hydraulic Institute, Parsippany, N.J., named Randy Bennett, vice president of technology and operations, Leistritz Advanced Technologies Corp., as its 2013 Member of the Year. The award was presented to Bennett at the Hydraulic Institute?s 2014 annual meeting in Phoenix.
SPX Corp., Charlotte, completed the sale of its Thermal Product Solutions (TPS) business to Resilience Capital Partners for approximately $43 million. TPS designs and manufactures environmental temperature cycling and stability test chambers as well as industrial and laboratory ovens and furnaces.