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Nick Adcock to Lead Trillium Flow Technologies’ Valve Division

On October 28, 2019, Nick Adcock joined Trillium Flow Technologies as managing director of the Trillium Valves Division. In this role, he’ll be responsible for Trillium Valves world-wide.

Adcock is an accomplished executive leader with global P&L experience and an impressive track record in driving growth, executing business turnaround, supply chain management, operational excellence and M&A.

He’s held several senior leadership roles in the oil & gas and energy markets and joins Trillium from IMI where he was president of IMI CCI & IMI Bopp & Reuther. The early part of his career was spent in the automotive and aerospace sectors.

Nick Adcock has a degree in Technology Management from Warwick University and recently completed the General Management Program at Harvard Business School.  

Flowserve Names Roueche Interim CFO

Flowserve Corporation announced that John E. (Jay) Roueche, III, Flowserve’s vice president, treasurer and investor relations, will assume the role of interim chief financial officer (CFO), effective December 3, 2019. Roueche’s appointment follows Lee S. Eckert’s departure from Flowserve as senior vice president and CFO, also effective December 3, 2019.

Flowserve has initiated a comprehensive search to identify a permanent CFO.

Conval Appoints Alford Midwest Regional Manager

Rod Alford casual shotConval recently appointed Rod Alford as midwest regional manager. In his new position, Alford will serve customers in power generation, energy production, chemical processing, pulp and paper, engineering, procurement and construction.

Alford brings over 35 years of inside and field industrial sales experience at Mutual Manufacturing, Jay Instruments, Dalco and Republic Equipment. He knows Conval people and products very well, having previously served as a Conval sales representative and regional manager.  

Badger Alloys Expands Capabilities with Major Purchase

Badger Alloys,Inc. has purchased five parcels of land adjacent to its current facility along the 5100 block of State Street in Milwaukee. The company made the multi-year/multimillion-dollar investment to dramatically improve the company’s efficiency, speed and capacity to meet amplified customer demand and anticipated future growth.

The purchase and additional space allow Badger Alloys to consolidate of all of its operations within one footprint. This critical strategic decision will enhance collaboration among the company’s sand-casting foundry, machine shop and pattern shop, ultimately driving efficiency and accuracy in the entire casting process. While the company’s machine shop and foundry have been located in close proximity for years, the newly acquired space now houses Badger Alloys’ dedicated pattern shop, which had been located in a neighboring community.


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