By Mark S. Kuhar
McLanahan Corp. announced it has added a seventh division to the corporation. The newly formed Environmental Division is focused on “creating better solutions for a better future,” according to the company.
McLanahan has maintained a strong presence in environmental equipment with systems throughout the world that have already recycled billions of gallons of process water. With McLanahan’s increased focus on environmental solutions, they are continuing to expand their offerings into many markets such as the pulp, paper and food industries as well as many others.
Heading the new endeavor will be Cory Jenson, a former regional sales manager in McLanahan’s Aggregate Processing Division. Brian Prenatt, who previously led the engineering department for McLanahan’s Mineral Processing Division, is the new Director of Engineering for the Environmental Division.
McLanahan Corp. designs and manufactures heavy duty equipment, including processing and sampling equipment for the mineral and aggregate industries and manure management systems for the dairy industry. McLanahan also manufactures polymer wear parts and provides complete foundry and machining services.
Founded in 1835, McLanahan is now in its sixth generation of family ownership and operation. Headquartered in Hollidaysburg, Pa., McLanahan has locations throughout the United States, the UK and Australia.