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|Ox Strain Posts from Moore Concrete |
Farming Life - Aug 13, 2017
Moore Concrete has launched a new design of precast “Ox Strain” Octagonal Strainer Posts, specifically for the Irish and UK markets. Octagonal in shape and 8.5 feet in length, they are uniquely suited to the range of ground conditions that prevail in this part of the world...
Decking Industry News
|American Fence Co. Completes Challenging Airport Project on Time |
PRWeb - Aug 12, 2017
As featured on the cover of the August issue of World Fence News Magazine, American Fence Company is proud to announce completion of a perimeter security project at the Minden-Tahoe Airport in Douglas County, Nev., near Lake Tahoe. It is one of the leading general aviation airports in the Lake Tahoe region. .....
|Greenhill Fencing Inc. Warns Residents About Fencing Scams |
SBWire - Aug 08, 2017
Willow Grove, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/08/2017 -- Residents interested in adding a fence to their home or business have been met with a steadily increasing number of scams involving unreliable fence contractors in Montgomery County. Now, Greenhill Fencing Inc., a name that's been trusted in the Philadelphia area for more than 25 years, is helping residents to recognize the most common fencing scams ...
Local Government Issues
|Lockups' fencing reviewed |
Arkansas Online - Aug 15, 2017
Chain-link fencing used to hold maximum-security prisoners during recreation hours was flagged as problematic even before inmates managed to break free from such confines during a pair of violent episodes in recent weeks, Arkansas' prison director told lawmakers Monday.....
|County Signs Grant Agreement For Airport Wildlife Fence |
Sheridan Media - Aug 14, 2017
Johnson County's Commissioners voted to allow Chairman Bill Niovotny to sign a grant agreement that will help fund the construction of a fence at the county airport designed to keep wildlife from wandering onto runways and colliding with or creating a hazard for aircraft.....
|Property owners frustrated with fence problem |
Tahlequah Daily Press - Aug 13, 2017
Local business owners who complained to city officials in July about a recently erected fence blocking access to their properties say they're frustrated because the fence still stands...
|60km exclusion fence breathes life into Longreach business |
Queensland Country Life - Aug 8, 2017
There could be few things more demoralising in a drought, than to lose the stock you are hand feeding to wild dogs. Yet this was the heartbreaking scenario that faced Longreach graziers, David and Clare Paterson, in 2014....
Fences and Animals -- Wildlife
|Fences are an increasing threat to Africa’s migratory wildlife |
The Conversation - Aug 11, 2017
Wildebeest rarely stay still for long. With sloping hindquarters, and an easy loping gait, their bodies are designed to move. In the Serengeti ecosystem, for instance, a wildebeest will move over more than 2,000 kilometres during their annual migration....
|Lakeside homeowner in Bolsover says his goose fence makes sense |
Kawartha Media Group - Aug 11, 2017
BOLSOVER - The green space behind Colin and Helen Harte’s Bolsover home is immaculate. For 26 years, Colin says he has kept the area maintained. There’s a stretch of grass - a communal right-of-way - that runs past several backyards, and it eventually leads to a small sandy area on the lake...
|Keeping deer, bunnies, quail and other cute pests from your garden |
Moscow-Pullman Daily News - Aug 12, 2017
Deer have powerful hamstring and quadriceps muscles. They can jump 8 to 10 feet high if they have a running start. They also have great eyesight, which has pros and cons. They can spy your tasty vegetables behind a fence. They can also spot and be deterred by a very flimsy fence....
|Replacing your wooden fence? How to dispose of the old one |
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin - Aug 11, 2017
I’m following up on the last column about fences. If you didn’t get a chance to read it, do an internet search with my name and you’ll find it on the site of the newspaper your reading now....
Experienced Fence Operations Officer. Allied Security Fence, Kapolei Oahu is seeking a chief operations officer with ten to fifteen years of leadership experience with excellent interpersonal and team building skills. Applicant must have experience in construction. Preferred experience in fencing and/or security gate operations. The Operations Officer will oversee marketing and sales, which includes estimating and project management and construction operations, which includes field installation and shop, gate operations, retail sales, safety and inventory management. This position will report directly to the President and will be a member of the senior leadership team. Please send firstname.lastname@example.org your resume or call (808)545-4111. EOE
STATESIDE STEEL AND WIRE is Hiring An Outside Sales Rep.
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Wallace International is growing and is looking for a full time Market Developers in several
territories within the USA. Wallace International manufactures products that are being installed
at prisons, airports, data centres and other private high security applications.
Developing a territory by qualifying prospects, cold calling and maintaining relationships with various levels of management.
Keeps management informed by submitting activity and results reports, such as daily call reports, weekly work plans, and monthly and annual territory analyses.
Participate in marketing events such as seminars and trade shows (some travel is required).
Maintain Salesforce database by inputting customer profile and updates; including data entry and new lead generation.
Proven sales experience
Experience working with Salesforce or similar CRM
Familiarity with different sales techniques and pipeline management
Strong communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills
Self-motivated and driven
BA/BS degree or equivalent is considered an asset.
Apply in Confidence to S. Muller
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