Superstorm offers business opportunity to some companies

11/6/2012 | ABC News · Twin Cities Business (Minneapolis)

Manufacturers of generators and pumping equipment are doing increased business in the wake of superstorm Sandy. Briggs & Stratton's employees are working overtime and the company plans to hire more workers, according to chairman and CEO Todd Teske. Meanwhile, Pentair CEO Randall Hogan estimated the company will make $10 million in water pump and other product sales to customers affected by the superstorm in New Jersey and New York. Teske and Hogan are members of MAPI's executive committee.

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