"We're now where we want to be and putting things in high gear and moving forward on our plans with AG," Carlbom said. "We have several initiatives going on simultaneously, and we expect to be teamed up in some ways by Jan. 1." Don Benson, AG's president and CEO, was more optimistic, telling SN he hopes the two companies will have their first joint-venture project operating by Nov. 1, although he declined to specify what it will involve. Benson said he anticipates several other projects will ...
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