activities across the country. He will also serve as district
manager for eastern Canada.
Kammerer will be responsible for sales-related activities
and sales personnel in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan,
and all states west of the Mississippi River with the exception
of Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.
Prior to joining OPW in 2011, Stewart was business
development manager-Canada for Dresser Wayne. Over
the years, he has held various positions in the industry, from
global account executive of retail systems for Marconi
Commerce Systems to regional account manager and
global account manager for Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Inc.
Stewart majored in business administration-marketing/
management at Conestoga College in Kitchener, Ontario.
Kammerer has 19 years of experience in the petroleum
industry, 14 of which have been with OPW as a district manager in the Midwest territory. Kammerer has a Bachelor
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of Science degree in petroleum engineering from West
Virginia University. He will be based out of OPW’s headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio.
HUSKY ACQUIRES HE WIT T
has acquired the assets
of Hewitt from GT
Sales and Manufacturing of Wichita, Kan.
Husky Corporation is a manufacturer of petroleum dispensing and tank level monitoring products. Hewitt, also branded
Hewitt USA, is a North American manufacturer of aircraft,
curb and farm refueling hose.
“Our existing manufacturing capabilities—machining,
fabrication and assembly—can be leveraged with the
purchase. This is a great ;t for our organization,” said
Grenville Sutcliffe, president of Husky.
GT Midwest CEO Matt Onofrio stated, “Hewitt’s legacy
DELTA SONIC DEPLOYS WARREN ROGERS
in the aircraft hose industry affords it a strategic competitive
advantage. I feel very comfortable that Husky will be contin-
uing to serve our customers and take the product line to the
The Hewitt manufacturing operations have been relocated
and integrated into Husky’s manufacturing operations in
FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Delta Sonic has deployed Warren Rogers Associates’ (WRA’s)
Fuel Management system across all of their sites
in New York, Illinois and Pennsylvania. Delta Sonic operates 28
car wash/convenience store facilities in these states.
Delta Sonic implemented WRA’s program in an effort to
optimize their wet-stock management procedures and to provide
monthly monitoring of tanks and associated lines. In addition
to providing compliance monitoring, WRA’s system provides
precision fuel management and continual reconciliation, meter
drift analysis, dispenser ;ow rate monitoring and delivery audits.