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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Engine Division of Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. has promoted Timothy J. Malinowski to the position of director, national OEM sales & product development.
Malinowski, who joined Kawasaki in 1998 and has held several sales positions at the company, most recently held the title of senior sales manager-OEM sales.
While the specifics of how this will be accomplished are being left to the water agencies, it is certain that Californians across the state will have to cut back on watering gardens and lawns – which soak up a vast amount of the water this state uses every day – as well as washing cars and even taking showers.
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PAULSBORO, N.J. – Aquatrols Corporation of America has acquired technology from Dr. Andrea Carminati and Georg-August-University Göttingen to improve the control of soil-plant-water relations. The commercialization agreement has been negotiated through MBM ScienceBridge GmbH, the fully owned technology transfer partner of the University of Göttingen.