Hi-Vac Corporation appoints Dan Coley as company president

June 19, 2015
Hi-Vac Corporation recently announced that it has officially appointed Daniel J. Coley as president of the company.

MARIETTA, OHIO, June 19, 2015 -- Hi-Vac Corporation, a specialist in industrial vacuum technology, recently announced that it has officially appointed Daniel J. Coley as president of the company.

Coley has over 30 years of managerial experience in the vacuum equipment industry. He has been charged with taking Hi-Vac Corporation to the next level of success through a combination of new product and channel development for all of the company's product lines, including Aquatech, X-Vac, UltraVac, Hi-Vac, and O'Brien.

"I am thrilled with the opportunity at Hi-Vac," said Coley. "I will use my industry-relevant experience in sales and marketing, new product development and distribution to lead Hi-Vac Corporation to the top of the municipal, industrial and contractor vacuum equipment markets. We will be very open to new ways of doing things and to new relationships and alliances of all sorts."

Coley graduated from the University of Dayton and is currently a member of the National Association of Sewer Service Companies, the American Public Works Association and the American Water Works Association.

See also: "Hi-Vac Expands with O'Brien Manufacturing"

About Hi-Vac Corporation

The Hi-Vac product brand (the first product line under the Hi-Vac Corporation umbrella) is the market leader in industrial vacuum technology used by industrial facilities worldwide. The company's equipment is found in power plants, chemical plants, glass manufacturing, cement facilities, foundries, and various manufacturing facilities where safety, efficiency, recycling, environmental compliance, and effective material management are critical. For more information, visit www.hi-vac.com.


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