TAG: Philadelphia

Diamond Tool becomes Takeuchi skid-steer dealer in Philly

January 13, 2015By

Takeuchi-US welcomed Diamond Tool as its newest dealer in Pennsylvania. Located in Philadelphia, Diamond Tool is contracted to support the Takeuchi skid-steer lineup. It was founded in 1974 and specializes in providing equipment and supplies for safety, welding, maintenance, material handling, power tools, tools and equipment, among others. “We are excited to have Diamond Tool as a new dealer for... read more

Ruppert’s growth spurs branch opening, promotion

January 20, 2014By

Ruppert Landscape, located in Laytonsville, Md., expanded its Pennsylvania operations to include a new branch in King of Prussia, Pa. “The Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey market is a vibrant area with a lot of great customers,” said Phil Key, president.  “We are fortunate to be in a position to expand with a new branch and provide growth opportunity for... read more

Ruppert promotes employee in Philadelphia branch

October 17, 2013By

  Ruppert Landscape, of Laytonsville, Md., promoted John Cericole to shop manager in its Philadelphia branch. As shop manager, Cericole will be responsible for managing, servicing and painting vehicle fleet and equipment, controlling costs, managing employees and enforcing policies and procedures. “John started with us in July of 2011 and has proven to be an incredibly resourceful and hardworking employee,”... read more

Holganix raises $1 million in stock sale

March 5, 2013By

GLEN MILLS, PA.—According to an article in the Philadelphia Business Journal, “Holganix raised $1 million in a private stock sale last week.” The organic lawn care product manufacturer seeks to raise another $1 million, the Journal reports. “Holganix has received two investments totaling $450,000 from the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania,” the article states. To read the article in its entirety,... read more

Lawsuit filed against TruGreen Ltd. for overtime dispute

November 27, 2012By

PHILADELPHIA—According to an article in the Pennsylvania Record, TruGreen has been named as a defendant in a class-action lawsuit in Philadelphia’s Common Pleas Court. The “complaint alleges that the defendant’s ‘fluctuating workweek methodology’ for overtime compensation meant the plaintiffs and other putative class members were underpaid for hours worked more than 40 in any given workweek dating back to Nov.... read more

Monster plans national tree franchise

October 1, 2012By
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FT. WASHINGTON, Pa. — The Philadelphia Inquirer recently profiled Monster Tree Service, a Ft. Washington-based tree company that is seeking to franchise its brand nationwide. To read the article in its entirety, click here. read more