also specialized in the manufacturing of custom trailers. There are 50 employees overall for the two companies. Together, it will be business as usual; both companies will

continue to operate independently. They will continue to provide excellent customer service that they have ensured over the past 40 years. In the welcoming of this double acquisition; Ben-Mor still

upholds its position of being the largest sling and cable assembly manufacturer in Canada. There are now more than 325 employees at the heart of Ben-Mor’s success and 9 locations in North America.<

A Legacy of Leadership: Clarkson Names Business School After Gorbel’s Founder

> The roots of Gorbel can be traced back 40 years to a material handling salesman and entrepreneur named David Reh, who started the company back in 1977. His passion for business laid the foundation for much of the growth and success the company has seen in those 40 years. Though his son Brian is now the President of Gorbel, Dave is still a familiar face in these halls, stopping in to say “Hello” and often joining his wife Sue and other family members at our many family-focused company events. So it is with great pride that we share that Clarkson University

recently honored Dave by naming its School of Business, the David D. Reh School of Business. Dave graduated from Clarkson in 1962 and received an honorary doctor of science degree from there this past year. “David Reh has dedicated his professional life to growing

enterprises and adapting to evolving opportunities and challenges in the marketplace. While developing a successful technology- based company and global brand, he has helped prepare the next generation of business creators and industry leaders at his alma mater. He is the embodiment of the qualities of leadership, entrepreneurial competence and integrity we expect all students to aspire to in their chosen professions,” said Anthony G. Collins, president of Clarkson University. “With his wife, Sue, he has engaged our student and alumni bodies in the spirit of goodwill and philanthropy that has propelled our business programs, entrepreneurship outreach into the community and our mission forward for decades to come. We are pleased to recognize his generosity and commitment to Clarkson in this lasting and meaningful way.” The official dedication took place Friday, October 13, 2017 in

a celebration at the Potsdam campus with his family, the University community and other alumni donors and volunteers present. “On behalf of the faculty, we truly thank Dave for his many

years of volunteer service to the School and the University’s larger vision. His progressive insights and collaboration with Clarkson faculty, staff and students in growing the very core of the University’s academic, research and social experiences in innovation and entrepreneurship have been appreciated,” said Dayle Smith, Dean of the Reh School. “The strategic investments he has made in Clarkson’s future have led to our preeminence and national rankings in entrepreneurship, innovation and business education.” In 2011, Dave was inducted into the Rochester, N.Y., Business

Hall of Fame. He is currently the owner and managing partner of the award-winning Ravenwood Golf Club in Rochester. He sits on

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