Business Briefs for the Week of Nov. 23, 2009

Case Construction Equipment, Rosendin Electric, PEARL

  • Racine, Wis.-based Case Construction Equipment announced a buy-now-pay-later promotion that offers customers up to six months delay on payments and interest for new equipment purchased before Dec. 31. The year-end promotion also extends free two-year, 2,000-hour powertrain protection to purchases of Case skid steers and compact track loaders.

  • San Jose, Calif.-based Rosendin Electric has received the International Risk Management Institute’s (IRMI) prestigious Gary E. Bird Horizon Award. Rosendin Electric was recognized for its outstanding safety program and its ability to create a corporate culture in which "safety is everyone’s responsibility."

  • The Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League (PEARL), a standards-developing group for reconditioning electrical gear, has added PEARL Link to its Web site. With just one click, customers or sellers looking for hard-to-find electrical gear can send a RFQ to all members of PEARL's certified membership.

  • Norwalk, Conn.-based EMCOR Group announced that its Dynalectric Los Angeles subsidiary has received a contract from the Los Angeles Department of Public Works for the installation of electrical systems for the San Pedro Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control (ATSAC) project in San Pedro, Calif. Dynalectric’s scope of work for the project includes an upgrade or replacement of 64 traffic signal controllers, including various modifications to existing traffic signal poles, gear, and wiring at all locations.

  • Lutron Electronics Co. recently announced the formation of a new Energy Solutions business unit that will operate in both the public and private sectors to help to accelerate and maximize the use of the company’s existing technologies in a broad range of energy saving products. "Forming a dedicated Energy Solutions business gives us the opportunity to bring our expertise and technology in total light management and scalable solutions to a larger audience while reinforcing our leadership role as an innovation company,” says CEO John E. Longenderfer.

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