SOUTHEASTErN PETrOlEUM SYSTEMS ExPANdS
CUSTOMEr SErVICE PrOGrAM
Charlotte, N.C.-based SouthEastern Petroleum Systems has
hired Jon Collins to enhance its customer service operation.
Collins will be responsible for supporting SouthEastern’s
field sales department as an inside contact, readily available to
respond to customer and vendor needs.
Collins earned his Bachelor of Arts in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He
brings eight years of industry experience, including two years
each in outside and inside sales. Additionally, he has held positions as a service technician, installer and purchasing agent.
SouthEastern is a full-line PEI distributor offering sales,
service and installation of retail and commercial fueling
equipment throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.
They are also an authorized Gilbarco service contractor,
providing factory warranty service, installations and start-ups
for the full line of Gilbarco dispensers.
POWEr INTEGrIT Y APPOINTS CONVErSE INTErEST
AS MANUfACTUrEr’S rEPrESENTATIVE
Power Integrity Corporation (PICO), based in Greensboro,
N.C., has appointed Converse Interest LLC as a manufacturer’s
representative for the Rocky Mountain Territory. Converse’s
territory will include Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and
PICO was established in 1980. Beginning with the design
and manufacturing of transient voltage surge suppression, the
PICO product line now includes pre-engineered electrical
power distribution systems.
PINE rUN MArkS 25 YEArS,
APPOIN TS dUbAS VICE PrESIdENT
Pine Run Construction of Doyleston, Pa., is celebrating
25 years in business. The company was founded by Gregory
Dubas after his long stint as a field engineer and engineering
manager for Mobil Oil Corp.
The company also announced that Brian Dubas has joined
his father in the family-owned business as vice president of
administration and business development. Previously a vice
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president with Meridian, TD and Commerce Banks, Brian
Dubas graduated from the University of Delaware with a
Bachelor of Science in marketing. He has a history of growing
branch offices, managing a $1 billion regional deposit
portfolio and leading large teams to success.
HUSk Y COrPOrATION HONOrEd
fOr SAfET Y PrOGrAM
The Missouri Labor
Safety and Health
has announced that
“We would like to recognize Husky Corporation not only
for their efforts to protect the safety of consumers at the gas
pump, but for making the safety of their workers a priority,”
said Larry Rebman, director of the Labor Department. “The
businesses that belong to this elite group are essentially the
best of the best when it comes to providing a safe and hazard-
free workplace, and Husky definitely fits right in.”
With more than 110 employees at its full-service
manufacturing plant, Husky Corporation produces nozzles,
swivels, safe-t-breaks and accessories for service station fuel
OPW fUElING COMPONENTS NAMES
NEW HEAd Of OPW lATIN AMErICA
OPW Fueling Components, a commercial and retail
fueling equipment manufacturer, has named Phil Carlin as
head of OPW Latin America. Carlin also will retain his
current role as general manager of OPW’s fuel management
systems business unit based in Hodgkins, Ill. Fernando
Whitaker, managing director of OPW Latin America, will