Entrec Corporation Signs Definitive Agreement to Sell Its Canadian Crane Business and Assets to Sterling Crane
December 12, 2019 19:00 ET | Source: ENTREC Corporation ACHESON, Alberta, Dec. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ENTREC Corporation (“ENTREC” or the “Company”), a heavy haul transportation and crane solutions provider, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its Canadian crane business and assets to Sterling Crane, part of Marmon Crane Services, a Berkshire Hathaway company. “This sale is a nice strategic move for ENTREC,” commented John M. Stevens, ENTREC’s President and CEO.
Article from Business in Edmonton Business in Edmonton closes it’s four part series on the exciting developments happening in Parkland County that show a progressive, connected County that is setting a new global standard for business development and attraction. This conclusion introduces Robert Fernandez, Parkland County’s new director of economic diversification, who speaks about how the County is open for business and growth. Fernandez joined Parkland County in summer of 2019 and brings with him
Alaska Highway News DECEMBER 3, 2019 01:58 PM The first pieces of pipeline for the Trans Mountain expansion will be in the ground before Christmas, officials say. Government ministers and company officials met in Acheson, Alberta, on Tuesday, December 3, to mark the start of construction on the first spread of the pipeline's expansion in the Greater Edmonton area. “Getting shovels in the ground in Alberta and kicking off pipeline construction is a pivotal moment for Trans Mountain,” Ian Anderson,
CBC News | Posted: Nov 12, 2019 2:52 PM MT Freedom Cannabis flipped the switch Tuesday on a rooftop solar system at its facility 20 kilometres west of Edmonton, claiming it is the largest such solar operation in Canada. The cannabis grower describes the system as state-of-the-art, adding it will save the company money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. "It is our responsibility to recognize our industry's impact on the environment and work to do everything we can to minimize it," said Troy Dezwart, the
From industrial start-ups and expansion to home-based businesses, Parkland County offers some of the best economic development opportunities and industry supports in the Edmonton region. Over 3,000 businesses have made their home base in Parkland County. Hear more from Director of Economic Diversification, Robert Fernandez.
2018 saw many challenges for our County. We began the year with our #KeepParklandGrowing campaign. Despite the challenges that came our way, we continued to push forward and work towards growing our vibrant and resilient municipality. We grew our communities, our economy, and our region. Take a look at all the great things that happened last year. We hope you'll join us as we continue to build stronger relationships and a stronger region in 2019 and well into the future.