Business Briefs for 08/02/2014
LaValley partners with pipeline company
As part of the partnership, CRC-Evans will become the exclusive global distributor of LaValley Industries’ Deckhand systems to the pipeline industry. Manufactured in Bemidji, the Deckhand product line is comprised of a patented, modular design able to perform a number of functions including pipe handling, road mat handling and weld positioning, according to the release.
“We believe the Deckhand — matched with the parts, services and rental opportunities offered by CRC-Evans — is a win-win for the industry,” said Jason LaValley, CEO of LaValley Industries. “There’s simply no substitute for responsive, on-time service for today’s demanding pipeline projects and we couldn’t be more pleased to be partnered with a world-class organization such as CRC-Evans.”
Montgomery retires from Norfarm Seeds
BEMIDJI — Dennis Montgomery recently retired from Norfarm Seeds in Bemidji after 41 years.
Because of the personnel changes, officials said Norfarm Seeds is discontinuing selling retail seed at the store. Norfarm Seed now will be marketed through Bemidji Co-op Cenex.
Norfarm will continue to specialize in custom cleaning, processing, mixing and wholesale seed, officials said in a press release.
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