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Oct. 11, 2013: Greenheck Announces Manufacturing Expansion

New Plant Will Produce Centrifugal, Vane Axial, and Industrial Fans

SCHOFIELD, Wis. — Greenheck Fan Corp. announced that it will soon break ground on a 150,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Shelby, N.C. “This new plant will enable the continued growth of our centrifugal, vane axial, and industrial fan (CVI) business unit by providing expanded production capacity and offering faster service to our customers along the East Coast,” said Tim Kilgore, Greenheck Fan division president. “Combining our high quality, innovative products with a focus on speed-of-delivery will continue our leadership position in the air movement and control industry.”

Greenheck will break ground on the new facility in January 2014 with plans to be operational by October. The existing manufacturing facility in Schofield will continue to operate as the primary facility for Greenheck CVI products.

The Greenheck Group, which includes Greenheck Fan and Unison Comfort Technologies, is a leading manufacturer of commercial, institutional, and industrial air movement and control equipment. The company is headquartered in Schofield, Wis. with six manufacturing locations in the U.S., plus locations in Saltillo, Mexico; Kunshan, China; and the Delhi NCR Region in India, and seven distribution locations across the country and around the world.

For more information, visit www.greenheck.com.

Publication date: 10/7/2013

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