Siemens Building Technologies Inc. (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) announced the appointment of Bob Dixon to senior vice president and global head of energy services and solutions.
Modine Manufacturing Co. (Racine, Wis.) has entered into a new, five-year $200 million unsecured, multi-currency revolving credit facility to be used for general corporate purposes.
Controlsys (Montreal) has concluded an exclusive agreement with Johnson Controls Inc. (Milwaukee) to promote the company's products in Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada.
ITT Industries (Morton Grove, Ill.) announced the appointment of Engineered Equipment & Systems Co. and James M. Pleasants Co. as sales representative firms.
Winners of the Bradford White Corp. (Falls Church, Va.) 2004 scholarship awards included Christopher Bagley of Saumderston, R.I., a plumbing technology student at the New England Institute of Technology; Timothy Seidel of Birdsboro, Pa., a plumbing apprentice at the Berks Career & Technology Center; and Thomas VanDeHei of Seymour, Wis., a plumbing apprentice at the Fox Valley Technical Institute.
Nibco Inc. (Elkhart, Ind.) and Victaulic (Easton, Pa.) announced the formation of NVent LLC (Allentown, Pa.), a new joint venture designed to offer faster and more profitable small-diameter pipe joining solutions for the North American market. In early 2005, the new company is scheduled to introduce a new "no flame" push-to-connect joining system.
Publication date: 11/22/2004
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