The Acterra Group is happy to welcome Brandon Merchant to our Iowa based petroleum service team. He will be serving Central & Western Iowa and Eastern Nebraska from his new base in Sioux City, Iowa.
The Eastern Iowa Airport contracted with Acterra Group to update their general aviation aircraft fueling system. The new self-service system, to be completed in August 2017, will allow pilots to fuel their aircraft without involvement of the airport’s fixed base operator.
Our Government Division was mobilized on Sunday, July 23rd to Minot Air Force Base in Minot, ND, where we provided emergency replacement services to permanently repair a non-functional emergency fuel shut off (e-stop) electrical circuit for their Hydrant Refueling System during a scheduled flight line shut down. The circuit included approximately 30,000 linear feet of stranded wire. The urgent work was completed in eight days—before the flight line reopened.
The Acterra Group is happy to announce that Tad Cooper is assuming a new role as President and Chief Operating Officer of the company, effective August 1, 2017. Mr. Cooper will be responsible for marketing, sales, commercial development, and all Acterra Group operating divisions. Terry Cooper, as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will continue to be fully involved, on a daily basis, providing leadership and direction in the affairs of Acterra.
Tad Cooper is a 25-year veteran of the petroleum equipment, energy services, and commercial development industries. He is currently a Board Member of Heritage Bank in Marion, Iowa and Cottage Grove Place in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Acterra Group is happy to announce Bruce Urman has joined out team as our Corporate Service Manager. Bruce has over 30 years of experience in the petroleum equipment industry. He was most recently the Maintenance Support Manager for Holiday Stationstores in Minnesota. He has experience and training in Wayne, Gilbarco, Bennett, Verifone, FuelMaster, Veeder-Root, and many other petroleum industry manufacturers. Bruce will be base in our Des Moines, Iowa offices.
Wayne Fueling Systems has a new Fuel Dispenser on their market. The Ovation HS Ultra-High-Capacity Dispenser Series consists of multiple fuel dispenser models which cater to the needs of every Acterra customer.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently revised their rules and regulations regarding the instillation, operation and maintence of Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) EPA Federal Register. The EPA implemented these revisions in hopes of better preventing and detecting groundwater contaimination.
The Manufacturing Division of the Acterra Group has received the Silver Quality award from the Steel Tank Institute. The award represents 4 consecutive years with no QC non-compliance tags.
Topics: Steel Tanks
Wayne Fueling Systems announced today the Wayne Connect Wireless network solution for Wayne Ovation2 fuel dispensers will be available on May 1, 2017.