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Carbon Express acquired by Kenan Advantage Group

Sixty-three truck Carbon Express transports liquid bulk products across the U.S. and into CanadaWharton, N.J.-based Carbon Express has been acquired by Kenan Advantage Group (CCJ Top 250, No. 20), the largest tank truck transporter and logistics provider in North America. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.Carbon Express Founder and President S...

Sixty-three truck Carbon Express transports liquid bulk products across the U.S. and into Canada

Wharton, N.J.-based Carbon Express has been acquired by Kenan Advantage Group (CCJ Top 250, No. 20), the largest tank truck transporter and logistics provider in North America. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Carbon Express Founder and President Steve Rush noted that after nearly 60 years in the industry, he was looking forward to "sit back and relax in my so-called golden years," but it was also important to him to find an acquisition partner "best suited for all our people to keep doing what we have started here at Carbon Express. As I am fast approaching year 79, I felt it was time. It has been a great run over 58 years."

Sixty-three truck Carbon Express transports liquid bulk products across the U.S. and into Canada, and Rush is widely recognized as an innovator in driver compensation models that migrated away from mileage-based pay.

His fleet was an early adopter of an hourly rating and pay structure, which included paying drivers overtime. Rush also eliminated sleepers from the fleet nearly 15 years ago, a move that allowed his company to not only carry more payload but also get drivers home more often while increasing comfort, as drivers are put up in hotels for any overnight work. His driver-friendly approach comes from having spent nearly two decades in the driver's seat himself.

"Trucking has been a wonderful career – both as a 19-year driver and 39 [years] as the founder and owner of Carbon Express. I love both portions and sometimes I think I actually loved driving as much as building the fleet. That tells me what most people don’t understand about the driver. Most truck drivers love to drive."

Rush, a Past Chairman of the National Tank Truck Carriers Association, still expects to be involved in the industry and said he hopes to "help people become aware of how critically important sleep patterns are to keeping the drivers safe," adding that he plans to continue sharing his passion for "rating by time rather than by the mile. I am happy to report that we are gaining traction on both fronts – at least in tank truck."

This year has been a hot one for trucking acquisitions and mergers and Carbon Express is KAG's third acquisition this year. There have been 17 among CCJ's Top 250 for-hire carriers since the beginning of June, and 25 Top 250 fleets have struck 25 deals this year.

Florida commits in action on Friday night

247Sports Embed ResourceDot LoaderThe high school football season stretches on this Friday night, with Florida commits in action again. The regular season continues for members of the Gators 2023 and 2024 recruiting class as they chase a state championship. Swamp247 gives a look at where commits will be in action tonight.4-star DL Kelby Collins - Gardendale (AL) is off this week.4-star WR ...

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The high school football season stretches on this Friday night, with Florida commits in action again. The regular season continues for members of the Gators 2023 and 2024 recruiting class as they chase a state championship. Swamp247 gives a look at where commits will be in action tonight.

4-star DL Kelby Collins - Gardendale (AL) is off this week.

4-star WR Aidan Mizell - Orlando (Fla.) Boone is on the road against Winter Park. Mizell is not expected to play tonight.

4-star ATH Eugene Wilson III - Tampa (Fla.) Gaither is at home against Wharton. This will be big match up against UF defensive back target Dijon Johnson. Florida will have a coach in attendance.

4-star DL Will Norman - Camden (NJ) Woodrow Wilson is in action on Saturday against Pennsauken. He has yet to suit up this season.

4-star edge T.J. Searcy - Thomaston (GA) Upson-Lee was in action and lost on Thursday night.

4-star CB Ja'Keem Jackson - Kissimmee (Fla.) Osceola is off this week.

4-star S Jordan Castell - Winter Garden (Fla.) West Orange has a big home game this week against Edgewater. This will put Castell against 4-star Texas running back commit Cedric Baxter Jr.

4-star edge Isaiah Nixon - St. Petersburg (Fla.) Lakewood is at home against an undefeated Homestead team.

4-star DB Sharif Denson - Jacksonville (Fla.) Bartram Trail is on the road against a talented Mainland team. Mainland has several 2024 targets for the Gators.

4-star RB Treyaun Webb - Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian is on the road against North Florida Educational Institute. TC is 2-0 this season.

4-star DL Kamran James - Orlando (Fla.) Olympia is on the road against Lake Nona. Both teams are 1-1.

4-star DL Gavin Hill - Gainesville (Fla.) Buchholz will take on cross town Eastside on Friday.

4-star WR Andy Jean - Miami (Fla.) Northwestern was supposed to play Chaminade Madonna on Thursday, but the game was called due to weather.

4-star ATH Aaron Gates - Sharpsburg (GA) Trinity Christian is off this week.

4-star QB Marcus Stokes - Ponte Vedra Beach (Fla.) Nease is looking for their first win of the season and take on Fleming Island.

4-star LB Jaden Robinson - Lake City (Fla.) Columbia is at home on Friday against Deland. Columbia is looking for their first win of the season.

4-star IOL Knijeah Harris - Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy is on the road against East out of Utah.

4-star ATH Creed Whittemore - Gainesville (Fla.) Buchholz takes on cross town Eastside on Friday. Whittemore has been on a tear to start off the year.

3-star OT Bryce Lovett - Rocklege (Fla.) is at home against Viera. Florida will have a coach in attendance.

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3-star WR Tyree Patterson - Eustis (Fla.) is at home against Tavares. Both teams are looking for their first win of the season.

2024 4-star LB Myles Graham - Atlanta (GA) Woodward Academy is at home against Marist on Friday.

Trueform Concrete, a Renovation Brands company, Acquires JM Lifestyles, Strengthening Its Leadership in Decorative Concrete

RANDOLPH, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trueform Concrete, a Renovation Brands company, is pleased to announce the acquisition of JM Lifestyles, a market leader in decorative concrete and wood-like concrete surfaces, including concrete counters, sinks, and tables. “With the premise that we are better together, we are excited to extend our leadership in the decorative concrete industry as one team,” says Andrew Lippman, General Manager of Trueform Concrete, Blend...

RANDOLPH, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trueform Concrete, a Renovation Brands company, is pleased to announce the acquisition of JM Lifestyles, a market leader in decorative concrete and wood-like concrete surfaces, including concrete counters, sinks, and tables. “With the premise that we are better together, we are excited to extend our leadership in the decorative concrete industry as one team,” says Andrew Lippman, General Manager of Trueform Concrete, Blendhouse, and now JM Lifestyles. “The products and skilled artisans at JM Lifestyles are a perfect complement to our Trueform Concrete and Blendhouse businesses,” continued Lippman.

“This acquisition adds additional production capacity and scale, as well as new product and design capability to our decorative concrete business. We look forward to sharing our business expertise, shared services model, and considerable resources with the Trueform Concrete Team to integrate JM Lifestyles into the business”

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Located in Randoph, NJ, JM Lifestyles is a collection of fine artisans and craftsmen who specialize in concrete design. Inventors of WoodForm Concrete®, JM Lifestyles serves homeowners, commercial clients, architects, and designers in search of the perfect piece for their home or commercial space.

Trueform Concrete, of Wharton, NJ, serves architects, designers, and consumers with artisanal-quality concrete furnishings, surfaces, and bespoke products. Trueform creates concrete countertops, tables, wall panels, sinks, and vanities for hospitality, corporate, retail, and residential settings.

“We believe that we have found the right team to help continue to grow,” said Michelle Radley and Jeff Kudrick, founders of JM Lifestyles.

“We are thrilled to welcome the talented artisans at JM Lifestyles to Trueform Concrete and to the Renovation Brands family,” said Marc Sieger, CEO of Renovation Brands – Trueform Concrete’s parent company. “This acquisition adds additional production capacity and scale, as well as new product and design capability to our decorative concrete business. We look forward to sharing our business expertise, shared services model, and considerable resources with the Trueform Concrete Team to integrate JM Lifestyles into the business,” continued Sieger.

The Renovation Brands platform has a proven track-record of acquiring, integrating and growing digitally native home improvement companies. The acquisition of JM Lifestyles is the ninth acquisition for Renovation Brands, and the company is actively seeking additional brands.

About Renovation Brands:

Renovation Brands is a leading digitally native, multi-brand e-commerce platform of home improvement products serving consumers and professionals in the residential and commercial renovation space. Renovation Brands is currently comprised of multiple specialty e-commerce brands including American Tin Ceilings, Reggio Register, Electric Fireplaces Direct, Premier, Mantels Direct, Electric Fireplaces Canada, Fresca, Baseboarders, RTA Cabinet Store, DecorPlanet.com, Trueform Concrete, Blendhouse, and Kitchen Design Pros. Renovation Brands is a portfolio company of Comvest Partners. For more information, please visit www.renovationbrands.com.

About Comvest Partners:

Comvest Partners is an operationally focused private investment firm that has provided equity and debt capital to well-positioned middle-market companies throughout North America since 2000. Through its private equity, direct lending and special opportunities investment platforms, Comvest offers tailored investment solutions across the capital structure, deep industry and operating expertise, a collaborative approach, and significant transaction experience as an active investor. Today, Comvest manages more than $7.6 billion in assets, and has invested over $8 billion since inception. Based in West Palm Beach, Comvest also maintains offices in Chicago and New York. For more information, please visit www.comvest.com.

New outdoor museum to bring part of Morris Canal back to life. Mules may follow

A new outdoor museum will highlight New Jersey's history of innovation by unearthing its once-great conduit of commerce.Set to open in August during Wharton's Canal Day, Lock 2 East and its tender’s house share the story of the equine-powered Morris Canal. The predecessor to North Jersey's railroad network has been out of use for nearly a century but was nonetheless instrumental in shaping the region, said John Manna, a community volunteer who helped oversee the historical site's renovation"It helped t...

A new outdoor museum will highlight New Jersey's history of innovation by unearthing its once-great conduit of commerce.

Set to open in August during Wharton's Canal Day, Lock 2 East and its tender’s house share the story of the equine-powered Morris Canal. The predecessor to North Jersey's railroad network has been out of use for nearly a century but was nonetheless instrumental in shaping the region, said John Manna, a community volunteer who helped oversee the historical site's renovation

"It helped the development in nearly all of northern New Jersey by transporting coal to the iron smelting areas," Manna said of the canal. "The plan is to put Wharton on the map by bringing it back."

Manna means bringing the canal all of the way back. A mechanism is being cast in Poland to finish the upstream gate. Permits from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are also needed due to the lock's potential impact on nearby wetlands. The plan nonetheless remains to use the lock to raise canal boats 8 feet to permit mule-towed rides from the canal to the pond beyond the lock, Manna said.

Lock 2 East was a lock on the canal that ran between North Jersey and the Newark area and is one of a few sections of the canal that retained its historic appearance. Locks, or basins, were used to raise or lower the water level in the canal as needed.

William Chegwidden, the borough's mayor since 2002, credits Manna as well as state and local officials for their commitment to the project over two decades. A history teacher at Morris Knolls High School in Rockaway, Chegwidden said the restored canal lock could become a regional destination, much as it was nearly two centuries ago.

"The Erie Canal was big, but the Morris Canal was just as important," said Chegwidden. "The canal was our main street."

The restoration of Lock 2 East in Wharton to its present, still-unfinished state took roughly 16 years. Designed to help revitalize Main Street Wharton's business district, the newly restored lock provides a glimpse of a 2-square-mile town that once drew the spoils of a massive iron lode that stretches over the highest point in Morris County.

In use from 1831 to 1924, the roughly 100-mile canal capitalized on the success of New Jersey iron mining and manufacturing. It also fueled their growth by linking Pennsylvania coal with New Jersey furnaces via a system of 23 lift locks and 23 inclined planes linked by a shallow canal.

Lock 2 East in Wharton was filled to raise boats heading west and lower those heading east. It and its kin were basically built as square-sided bathtubs. Instead of a drain, however, they had gates for mule-pulled canal boats to pass through.

Towns along the route, especially those in proximity to iron mines, depended on the canal. Railroads later traced its path to allow easier transport in winter and faster transit overall. The railbed that traces the canal through Hugh Force Park is now part of the local trail network.

The canal today exists as merely a slight depression in some areas. Sporadic roadside markers confirm its path. The exceptions, such as Waterloo Village in Stanhope, Canal Park in Ledgewood and Wharton’s Hugh Force Park, show sure signs.

Wharton borough officials purchased the canal path and its surrounds from the state in 1926. Some 50 years later, excavation started to restore the canal prism, or trench, and its adjacent equine towpath. Today, that path leads visitors from the parking lot to the lock. Manna hopes to see mules one day return.

In the early 2000s, visitors saw little but a mound of dirt when the flat equine trail turned uphill near Stephens Brook. Only a few lock wall stones protruded from an otherwise grassy expanse, Manna said. The lock's capstones and even its iron mechanisms were pushed into the chasm to ease infilling of what local officials once deemed a somewhat dangerous chasm. The excavation was an eye-opening process, said Manna.

The work started with a feasibility study funded in 2006 with $87,000 in contributions from the state and county historic preservation trust funds. More grants funded further studies, plans and permit applications. It was "grant, after grant, after grant," said Chegwidden, including a 2011 grant from the Morris County Historic Preservation Trust Fund for new wooden lock gates and a control mechanism.

Other key grants came from the New Jersey Department of Transportation, who recognized the site's rarity and potential, said Chegwidden. In 2010, the department chipped in $582,000 to help build the coffer dam between the lock and the canal for excavation and to start the reconstruction of the lock's stone walls and oak cladding. The department returned with a $3.4 million grant in 2019 to begin the final leg.

The money is helping to restore the lock tender's house using original stones found on site. Built by the canal company in the 1830s and sold for $200 soon after its dissolution, the two-story home became vacant in 1970 and nearly fell following a fire. The rebuilt house will be staged to look like it did during the canal's heyday with the help of the Canal Society of New Jersey, Manna said. The canal-side shack where the lock tender would sit during his shifts will also be rebuilt, he added.

The house is set to officially open for public view on Aug. 20, during Wharton's Canal Day Music & Craft Festival. The annual town fair organized by Manna is set to bring standards such as food and fireworks. Other planned offerings include boat tours, kayak excursions, period blacksmithing and firearms demonstrations by the 27th Regiment of New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Company. For more information on the event, visit canalday.org.

Jesuit's road trip to Columbus headlines top Week 3 high school football games

Well, Jesuit certainly isn’t taking things easy this fall.After winning the Class 6A state championship last fall, the Tigers opened the season with wins against Wharton (Class 7A regional finalist in 2021) and Treasure Coast (Class 8A state semifinalist in 2021), Jesuit is heading on the road for the first time this fall.And it’s not just any road trip.Jesuit (No. 2 in Class 3M on the USA Today Florida Network poll) is headed Miami to take on Columbus (No. 2 in Class 4M) on Friday. It's Jesuit...

Well, Jesuit certainly isn’t taking things easy this fall.

After winning the Class 6A state championship last fall, the Tigers opened the season with wins against Wharton (Class 7A regional finalist in 2021) and Treasure Coast (Class 8A state semifinalist in 2021), Jesuit is heading on the road for the first time this fall.

And it’s not just any road trip.

Jesuit (No. 2 in Class 3M on the USA Today Florida Network poll) is headed Miami to take on Columbus (No. 2 in Class 4M) on Friday. It's Jesuit's first trip to South Florida since beating Pine Forest in the title game last December in Fort Lauderdale.

Both defenses have been strong this season with neither team giving up more than two touchdowns in a game.

They also boast a tremendous amount of talent — especially on the defensive side of the ball. Columbus has the trio of highly recruited juniors TJ Capers, Daylen Russell and Dylan Stephenson. Jesuit is led by Georgia commit Troy Bowles and juniors Drew Woodaz and Peter Pesansky.

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Here are some of the other top games to watch in Week 3

Cocoa at St. Thomas Aquinas

Cocoa and St. Thomas Aquinas are perennial powers and favorites in their respective classes. Aquinas is No. 1 in Class 3M and is averaging 45 pointer per game. Cocoa, the No. 2 team in Class 2S, was off last week following a season-opening loss against Jones.

Chaminade-Madonna at Miami Northwestern

Two of the state’s best meet in this one. Chaminade, which is averaging 42 points per game, is No. 1 in Class 1M. Northwestern, who beat Jones in the Kickoff Classic and Venice on the road in the season opener, is No. 3 in Class 2M.

Madison County at Fitzgerald (Ga.)

Madison County (No. 1 in Class 1R) started the year with an impressive win at Carrollwood Day and a dominant Week 2 win against Godby. Now, the defending rural classification champion is headed to Brunswick, Georgia to headline the three-day Border War showcase. Fitzgerald won the Georgia AA championship last fall and is No. 2 in the class on MaxPreps.

Edgewater at West Orange

Both of these teams are coming off statement wins in Week 2. Edgewater (No. 4 in Class 3M) beat nationally-ranked Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) 34-10 last week. West Orange (No. 5 in Class 4M) topped Apopka 13-6. Edgewater has relied on senior running back Cedric Baxter Jr., who has rushed for more than 500 yards and three touchdowns this season.

Gaither 2023 WR Eugene Wilson III vs. Wharton 2023 DB Dijon Johnson

Two of the state’s premier skill position guys face off in Tampa. Wilson, a Florida commit and No. 41 on the USA Today Florida Network top 100 commit, caught six passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns against Steinbrenner in the season opener. Johnson, No. 22 top 100, is one of the premier defensive backs in the nation. The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder Johnson decommitted from Ohio State and also has offers from Florida, Miami and several others.

Columbus 2023 RB Sedrick Irvin Jr. vs. Jesuit 2023 LB Troy Bowles

Irvin and Bowles are a pair of standout seniors who are following in their father’s celebrated footsteps. Irvin, a Stanford commit, is No. 84 on the USA Today Florida Network top 100. His dad played at Michigan State and was drafted in the fourth round of the 1999 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions. Bowles, a Georgia commit, is the No. 2 linebacker in the state and No. 16 overall on the top 100. His dad is Tampa Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles. Troy Bowles has 16 tackles and an interception in two games this season.

Nease 2023 QB Marcus Stokes vs. Fleming Island 2023 LB Abram Wright

Stokes, a Florida commit, is No. 63 on the USA Today Florida Network top 100. Stokes threw for 289 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for 60 yards and two touchdowns against Creekside last week. Wright, a Rutgers commit, had six tackles, two tackles for loss, a quarterback pressure and an interception in the season opener.

Dr. Phillips 2023 OT Payton Kirkland vs. Apopka 2023 DL Kaven Call

Kirkland is committed to Texas; Call is committed to UCF

Booker T. Washington 2024 RB Gerald Modest Jr. vs. Miami Central 2023 LB Stanquan Clark

Clark is committed to Louisville

Boone 2023 WR Aidan Mizell vs. Winter Park 2023 DB Zion Gunn

Mizell is committed to Florida; Gunn is committed to Purdue

Benjamin 2023 WR Micah Mays vs. Cardinal Newman 2024 DB Josh Philostin

Mays is committed to Wake Forest

Bartram Trail 2024 QB Riley Trujillo vs. Mainland 2024 DB Zavier Mincey

Treasure Coast 2023 DL Corey McIntyre Jr. vs. Seminole 2025 OL Max Buchanan

McIntyre is committed to West Virginia

Evans 2023 OL Chrisdasson St. Jean vs. Ocoee 2023 OLB/EDGE Calvin Smith

Smith is committed to Illinois

Cardinal Gibbons 2023 QB Dylan Rizk vs. Gulliver Prep 2023 CB Daniel Harris

Rizk is committed to UCF; Harris is committed to Georgia

Bolles 2023 TE Connor Cox vs. Brunswick (Ga.) 2024 LB Devin Smith

Cox is committed to South Carolina

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East (Utah) 2023 TE Matthew Fredrick vs. IMG 2023 LB Jordan Hall

Fredrick is committed to BYU; Hall is committed to Michigan State

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