BENNETT PUMP TAPS SPENCER HINES PRESIDENT,
MIKE POMERANTZ DIRECTOR
Spencer Hines will lead global
operations for Bennett, including
wholly owned subsidiary Shanghai
Bennett in China.
Hines served in several capacities at Bennett between
2010 and 2014, including vice president of operations and for
the past four years as the vice president of Bennett’s parent
company, Hines Corp.
“I am excited to be back with Bennett and look forward to
our continued growth in this exciting industry,” Hines said.
He takes the helm at Bennett after longtime President
Tom Thompson retired from his role.
Bennett Pump Co. also appointed Michael Pomerantz
director, HYD-CNG-LNG sales. Pomerantz will lead Bennett
sales of clean fuel products, including hydrogen, compressed
natural gas and lique;ed natural gas.
Pomerantz has many years of experience within the
alternative fuels industry, including having worked for WEH
Technologies and CNG Cylinders International. He will be
responsible for managing the sales activity for all Bennett
hydrogen and natural gas dispensing products.
“Mike understands the unique products required to sup-
port this rapidly growing market segment, and we are excited
to have Mike on the Bennett sales team,” said James Collier,
senior vice president. “I am con;dent that his experience
and professionalism will deliver excellent results for Bennett
and our customers. Please join us in welcoming Mike to the
Bennett Pump Co. manufactures fuel dispensing equip-
ment for the transportation industry.
Products include commercial and retail refueling dispensers and components for gasoline, diesel, kerosene, ethanol,
CNG, LNG and hydrogen.
Founded in 1919 in Muskegon, Michigan, Bennett sup-
plies products to some 90 countries from its headquarters in
Spring Lake, Michigan. Bennett Pump Co. is owned by the
Hines Corp. in Muskegon, Michigan. The Hines Corp. was
founded in 1985 by current CEO Larry Hines as a buy and
hold investment company. The foundation of the Hines
Corp. is based on the acquisition of underperforming U.S.
manufacturing companies and reviving their potential with
investment, structure and strategic direction.
The Hines Corp. has grown to 12 companies operating
on six platforms with a highly diversi;ed portfolio of products and customers.
POWER INTEGRIT Y APPOINTS MANUFAC TURER’S REP
Power Integrity Corp. appointed Advantage Petroleum
Service Inc. its manufacturer’s representative for the petroleum market in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho
and northern New Mexico.
NATIONAL CARWASH SOLUTIONS
PARTNERS WITH AUTO CLEAN
National Carwash Solutions (NCS) recently entered a
strategic partnership agreement with Auto Clean Inc., a car
wash distributor in Houston, the company announced.
Auto Clean has a long-standing history of providing best-in-class car wash consulting, design, construction, systems,
;uids and startup services to its car wash customers. Auto
Clean’s alignment with NCS equates to expanded services
and bene;ts to existing and new customers. Auto Clean has
been a leading car wash distributor for tunnels, in-bay automatics, self-serve car washes, cleaning solutions and car wash
maintenance services for more than 42 years.
With this strategic partnership, Auto Clean will continue
to provide sales, service and support for the MacNeil brand
while adding Ryko systems and the full product line of
Clean Touch cleaning solutions and maintenance services.