TITAN CHEMICAL TRANSFER SOLUTIONS,
BLUE 1 ENERGY EQUIPMENT JOIN FORCES
and Blue1 Energy Equipment announced their merger
under the Blue1 name.
The merger creates the most comprehensive line of storage and dispensing equipment for diesel exhaust ;uid (DEF)
and fuel, according to Blue1.
Titan CTS, headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina,
supplies DEF storage and dispensing solutions and components. Blue1, based in Buford, Georgia, supplies fully integrated DEF and petroleum storage and dispensing solutions.
“Blue1 has built a market-leading reputation based on
high-quality products and value-added customer service,” said
Tom Nuckolls, president of Titan CTS. “Together we will
offer the market an unparalleled level of DEF equipment
The joined entity will continue operations at both
facilities, with the Greenville location serving as corporate
headquarters. DEF systems and solutions will be marketed
under the Blue1 brand. Titan’s line of pumps and other
components will continue under the Titan name.
Mark Daniels, CEO of Titan CTS, will serve as CEO of
the combined operation.
As the population of vehicles and machinery with SCR
technology grows, Blue1 Energy Equipment will build on
the successes of the two companies to meet changing customer needs in the U.S. and Canada.
MORRISON BROS. NAMES LATTNER BD DIRECTOR
Lattner director of business development, effective March 25.
Lattner ;lled the role after the resignation of Tim Weiss,
who pursued an opportunity outside the petroleum industry.
Lattner originally joined the company as a product
engineer in 1985 before becoming chief engineer in 1990.
For nearly three decades, Lattner has occupied leadership
roles in capacities involving engineering, quality control and
As director of business development, Lattner provides direction and fosters collaboration among the sales, marketing,
customer service and engineering teams. He also oversees
quality control and product safety. Lattner is responsible
for establishing growth strategies and plans through market
research and new product development.
Established in 1855, Morrison Bros. Co. is among the
oldest private manufacturing companies in the Midwest. The
company offers more than 1,200 products, including one of
the most complete lines of aboveground storage tank (AST)
equipment. Morrison products include AST equipment,
tank accessories for retail service stations, transportation
equipment, environmental monitoring, bulk fuel storage and
industrial applications for fuel and water systems.
METCO NAMES BRIAN HORA EXECUTIVE VP
Metco, a Wisconsin service and
construction contractor, named
Brian Hora executive vice
president, effective March 22, the
Hora began his career with Metco in 1994 installing
tanks and piping. From there, he held positions of increasing
responsibilities and became general manager in 2005. He is
responsible for all operational units of the company, including managing and monitoring ;nance, sales, purchasing,
service, compliance and construction.
Hora graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.
Metco is a petroleum contractor involved in the installation, service, compliance and environmental consulting of
all fuel system applications.
The company serves Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa.
Metco celebrates 40 years in business this year.