Industry News: June 2021

The latest news from around the industry

Super Products announces domain change
Super Products has moved its online presence to The new domain will also affect the company email addresses, changing to the format All incoming emails will work if they are sent to the old addresses, but updating to the new domain will ensure delivery after the old addresses are phased out. Old links and bookmarks will be automatically redirected to

Jeff Mueller
Jeff Mueller

Vacuum Truck Rentals welcomes Jeff Mueller
Vacuum Truck Rentals welcomed Jeff Mueller as its corporate parts director. He will oversee the parts operations throughout the company’s 16 nationwide locations. A native of Texas, Mueller began his career as a millwright in the industrial machine business before taking a maintenance superintendent position. He has also served in a senior general manager role and has opened multiple equipment branches.

Barbco promotes Schmidt to VP, business development
Barbco promoted Thomas W. Schmidt to the newly created position of vice president, business development. He previously held leadership positions in numerous local plants including Harrison Paint, Heinemann Saw Company and Georgia Pacific.

Trench Shoring opens new facility, adds bilingual classes to TSU
Trench Shoring Co. opened its 11th location in San Leandro, California. The company has 10 other branches from San Diego to the Bay Area, plus a location in Las Vegas. The new San Leandro facility is central to the Bay Area, near Oakland Airport and close to all major freeways.

The company also announced it expanded its Trench Shoring University program with bilingual classes from its newest trainer, Fred Estrada. In the near future, Estrada will be offering Spanish-only training classes through TSU. Under the management of NAXSA-certified trainer, Greg Shreenan, TSU can be adapted for both online and remote learning in addition to in-person classes.


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