Business Roundup: RST pipeline inspection rebranded to Subsite; Doosan Portable Power adds Six & Mango; Elliott Equipment of Omaha taps new VP; Brokk adds Taylor as training specialist

Updated Feb 15, 2018

RST pipeline inspection tech products rebranded to Subsite

The R.S. Technical Services (RST) brand of pipeline inspections technologies has been changed to Subsite.

Subsite Electronics bought RST last July. Along with changing the brand name, the RST colors will match the Subsite brand. Subsite says everything else will remain the same.


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Doosan Portable Power adds Six & Mango of Texas to its dealer network

Doosan Portable Power has named Six & Mango Equipment of Texas as an authorized dealer.

The company will distribute Doosan generators, air compressors, light towers and light compaction equipment to customers in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metro area and northern suburbs.

Six & Mango Equipment owners David Six and Jim Mango have more than 50 years of combined experience in the Texas equipment market. Six & Mango Equipment operates three store locations in Grand Prairie, Frisco and Sherman, Texas.


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New VP Vatter brings sales expertise to Elliott Equipment Co. of Omaha

Tom Vatter has joined Elliott Equipment Company of Omaha as vice president of sales and marketing.

Vatter brings more than 25 years’ experience in several vocational body and chassis industries.

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Brokk adds Taylor as training specialist for machine operation, maintenance

Richard Taylor has joined Brokk as its training and applications specialist.

His duties include teaching operational and maintenance techniques to the sales team and customers. That entails conducting onsite training, organizing demonstrations and troubleshooting machines, in addition to performing application audits in customers’ and prospects’ facilities.

Taylor came to Brokk after serving as the division manager at Bisco Refractories. He has 23 years of industry experience.

Brokk manufactures remote-controlled demolition machines and attachments.

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