#b#New in Town#/b#

Wilson Law Firm LLC, 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 308; Princeton 08540; 609-987-2300; fax, 609-987-2301. Craig Wilson, managing partner. www.wilsonlawfirmllc.com

Attorney Craig Wilson has opened a Princeton office for his import/trade law firm.

Wilson represents companies that import products or services and those that maintain a subsidiary or branch in the U.S.

A longtime immigration and international law specialist, Wilson originally founded Wilson & Associates in New York, before selling it in 2002. He speaks several languages, including Greek, Russian, and Mandarin Chinese, and has served as an affiliate counsel in Beijing.

Wilson holds a bachelor’s in philosophy from Columbia University and earned his J.D. from NYU.

WorldOne, 5 Vaughn Drive, Suite 310; Princeton 08540-6313; 609-454-3700. Matt Campion, president, North America. www.worldone.com

WorldOne, an international marketing research company specializing in healthcare, has opened a regional office at 5 Vaughn Drive.

Based in New York, WorldOne has offices in Europe, Asia, and South America. The Princeton office is overseen by Matt Campion, who served as executive vice president of market research at Epocrates, a medical software technology firm with an office at the Princeton South Corporate Center in Ewing. Campion joined WorldOne in 2010 as president of North America

Before Epocrates Campion ran the global life science division at Total Research Corporation. Campion is a native of Spring Lake, where his father was in the food business. He majored in marketing at Boston University, Class of 1983, and his first job was at Schrader Research and Ratings in Cranbury.

Oleander Brands International LLC, 4499 Route 27, Suite 100; Kingston 08528; 609-921-0088; fax, 609-858-7440. Harrie Driessen, owner. www.lander-int.com

Oleander Brands International, developer of the Lander line of baby care, skin care, oral care, hair care, and bath care products, has opened an office in Kingston.

Nong Shim America Inc., 38 Broadway Road, Cranbury 08512; 609-409-6161; fax, 609-409-9161. Suzie Chu, sales administration specialist. www.nongshimusa.com

Nong Shim America, the U.S. arm of the Korea-based specialty food distributor, is now doing business at its warehouse in Cranbury.

The company originally purchased the 27,000-square-foot space in 2006 as a packaging and distribution center for its line of bowl noodles. The company sells 200 million units a year through major retailers, such as Wal-Mart and Target.

#b#Name Changes#/b#

Veolia Energy, 320 South Warren Street, Trenton 08608; 609-396-7651; fax, 609-393-7318. Stewart A. Wood, president & CEO. www.veoliaenergyna.com

Trigen, a provider of district and on-site heating and energy in several markets around the United States, has changed its name to Veolia Energy.

According to the company, the name change signals a shift in marketing strategy and branding for the company, which uses steam and chilled water to heat and cool homes in markets such as Trenton, Baltimore, and Tulsa. The new name is meant to help convey that the company provides more than district energy — the distribution of steam, hot water, and chilled water from a central plant to the community through an underground piping network.

The company also provides cogeneration, also known as combined heat and power, or CHP. With conventional power generation, the majority of fuel is exhausted into the air or water as waste heat, and only 25 to 35 percent of the fuel consumed is converted into useful energy, the company says. In contrast, CHP recycles waste heat and converts it to useful thermal energy. The simultaneous production of power and thermal energy consumes far less fuel than if the two products are produced separately.

The company often uses renewable fuels, such as wood chips, to power CHP plants.

Veolia also maintains energy and infrastructure systems, such as on-site generation assets, and mechanical refrigeration, HVAC, electrical, life safety, and plumbing systems.

Trigen was founded in Massachusetts in 2005 with the acquisition of a district energy network in Cambridge. The company came to New Jersey, opening markets in Mount Laurel and Trenton, in 2009. It has since become the largest district heating company in the United States, employing 30,000 in markets from here to Tulsa, Oklahoma.

#b#Contracts Awarded#/b#

Hutchinson Industries, 460 Southard Street, Trenton 08638; 609-394-1010; fax, 609-394-2031. Olivier Marsaly, president. www.hutchinsoninc.com

Hutchinson Industries, a maker of aluminum wheels and run-flat tires for military contractors, was awarded an $8.46 million U.S. Army contract for vehicular brake, steering, and axle wheel components.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

Associated University Presses, 10 Schalks Crossing Road, Suite 501-330; Plainsboro 08536; 609-269-8094; fax, 609-269-8096. Julien Yoseloff, president. www.aupresses.com

Associated University Presses, a consortium that includes the presses of Fairleigh Dickinson, Bucknell, Lehigh, Susquehanna, and Delaware universities, has moved from East Park Boulevard in Cranbury. The association controls roughly 1,900 titles from a dozen collegiate presses.

ESPN, 100 American Metro Boulevard, Suite 110; Hamilton 08619; 609-912-9400. Sam McCleery, VP, sales & marketing. www.espn.com

Cable sports giant ESPN, which acquired the intellectual property of PVI Virtual Media Services in December, has moved its offices from Princeton Pike to the American Metro Center in Hamilton. The division provides technology to insert computer-generated images into TV broadcasts.

#b#Leaving Town#/b#

NADIA Communications LLC, 993 Lenox Drive, Lawrenceville. www.NadiaCommications.com

NADIA Communications, which provides speech coaching for executives, on-camera/media training, communication workshops, executive retreats, and professional speakers for business events, has moved from Lenox Drive to Newtown. The company can still be reached at the Lawrenceville number or online.


Kathleen Larason, 64, on July 20. She was employed with ETS.

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