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Nov. 24, 2010: McQuay Expands Distribution of Its HVAC Systems With HTS in Texas

November 24, 2010
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MINNEAPOLIS - McQuay International announced that the company has expanded its distribution of HVAC systems, technology, and services in Texas through an agreement with HTS, one of the largest independent commercial HVAC manufacturers’ representatives in North America. The agreement expands HTS as a McQuay manufacturers’ representative into Dallas and Fort Worth along with existing locations in Houston, Beaumont, Austin, and San Antonio.

“HTS has been an exceptional partner and expanding our relationship with them in Dallas and Fort Worth was a natural choice,” said Stephen Poles, vice president of North American sales at McQuay International. “Based on a long history of feedback from customers who work with HTS in other parts of Texas and Canada, we know they will receive top-notch customer service.”

“This is an exciting time for HTS with a new expansion into the Dallas and Fort Worth market and now becoming the primary distributor in Texas of McQuay HVAC systems,” said Mike Donovan, principal of HTS Texas. “We are thrilled to offer an on-the-ground presence to provide the latest innovations in high-efficiency heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems to building owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, mechanical contractors, and facilities maintenance crews in Texas.”

Donovan went on to state that working closely with McQuay Service, located in Grand Prairie, will help to provide a seamless interface between HTS Texas, McQuay, and area clients.

For more information about HTS, visit www.htseng.com. For more information about McQuay International, visit www.mcquay.com.

Publication date: 11/22/2010

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