Moves, Adds & Changes
DRG International, a manufacturer of modular office systems, has moved its headquarters, production facility, and showroom from Carlstadt, NJ, to a 100,000-sq-ft site in Pine Brook, NJ
DRG International, a manufacturer of modular office systems, has moved its headquarters, production facility, and showroom from Carlstadt, NJ, to a 100,000-sq-ft site in Pine Brook, NJ. The company also maintains a showroom and sales office at 192 Lexington Ave., New York City.
C-COR.net (State College, PA) and Interactive Enterprise Ltd. (Dublin, Ireland) have agreed to a strategic partnership for the broadband communications market. C-COR.net will deploy Interactive Enterprise's CONEXON mediation and provisioning software platform, which links and manages customer-premise equipment, in its Atlanta-based network operations center. C-COR.net will become Interactive Enterprise's preferred system integrator for the CONEXON line in North America.
John Pappas, corporate vice president of marketing at Coleman Cable (Waukegan, IL), is the recipient of this year's Distinguished Faculty Award presented by the Lake Forest (IL) Graduate School of Management. He has been an adjunct professor since 1994. The award recognizes teaching excellence in the school's MBA program.
Cable-management vendor Hellermann Tyton (Milwaukee) has appointed Jim Campion as its new president. The former executive vice president will oversee all domestic and Mexican business activities and help plan the company's continued global growth. Campion has been associated with HellermannTyton for 11 years. Also, David Levine has been appointed national sales manager for telecommunications/electrical distribution. A long-time product manager at HellermannTyton, Levine will manage domestic sales of the company's voice, video, and data products.
Edwin Johnson has been named president and chief financial officer at Able Telcom (Atlanta). Previously, he worked at MasTec Inc., Mortgage.com, and Attwoods plc.
Richard Jackson has joined the management consulting staff of engineering-based consulting firm R.W. Beck (Denver). He has more than 40 years of international and domestic corporate telecommunications experience. His expertise includes major fiber-optic projects and submarine lightweight cable systems.
Copper and fiber-optic cable manufacturer Berk-Tek, an Alcatel company (New Holland, PA), has appointed Chet Klinke as director of inside sales and Krista Mastrangelo as national accounts manager for Communications Supply Corp. Klinke has 21 years of experience at Berk-Tek, including several management positions. Mastrangelo has been with the company for more than eight years, including serving as manager of U.S. sales operations.