May 9, 2000
Frost & Sullivan has presented its 1999 Sales Strategy Award to Goodman Manufacturing Co. (Houston, TX); its 1999 Merger and Acquisition Strategy Award to Carrier Corp. (Syracuse, NY); and its 1999 Marketing Strategy Award to Lennox Industries Inc. (Dallas, TX).
The Trane Co. (La Crosse, WI) announced that its XL 80 line of residential gas furnaces received a Consumers Digest magazine Best Buy award.
Honeywell Inc. (Minneapolis, MN) has acquired the assets of Sparco Inc. (Warwick, RI). Sparco is a manufacturer of hydronic heating and plumbing equipment.
Burnham Corp. (Lancaster, PA) has announced that Bryan Wall and its Burnham Boilers #77 Ford Taurus race car will be returning to the NASCAR Busch North Series for the 2000 season.
Siebe Intelligent Building Systems has changed its name to Invensys Building Systems, Inc. (Loves Park, IL). Siebe Environmental Controls Product Business Unit will be identified as Invensys Intelligent Buildings, a division of Invensys Building Systems. Siebe Environmental Controls North American Field Operations is now the Systems and Services Division of Invensys Building Systems.
The PCB Group of Companies (Depew, NY) and Bruel Bertrand Johnson Acoustics Inc. (BBJ) (Provo, UT) have concluded an agreement to unite efforts to distribute and market BBJ’s acoustic measuring products.