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7:22 PM, Nov. 2, 2013  |  Comments
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KIMBERLY - Crane Engineering, a distributor of pumps, valves and fluid process equipment, has opened office and warehouse space for global mechanical seal manufacturer John Crane's repair center. The move comes after the announcement from John Crane's corporate headquarters that they would close the Green Bay repair center. "Bringing in the John Crane Repair Facility means we will turn seal repairs faster and have inventory on hand for customers who need seals right away. We expect service to our customers to improve due to this move," said Lance Crane, president of Crane Engineering. The newly relocated John Crane Repair Facility will be open for business Monday. Crane Engineering is a leading distributor of fluid processing equipment in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.

APPLETON - Appvion Inc. chief executive officer Mark Richards has joined top executives of more than 130 companies in signing the CEO Pledge for the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity. The pledge is a national campaign in which selected CEOs publicly recognize physical activity as an important driver of employee health and business performance. Alongside CEOs from companies including Clif Bar, Anytime Fitness and the American Cancer Society, Richards is pledging to promote a culture of physical activity within Appvion. In January, Appvion opened the first of its kind workplace medical clinic in the Fox Valley on the company's Appleton campus managed by ThedaCare.

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