Cimatec released its third quarter financial results which showed a strong increase in revenue as a result of increased sales in its traditional HVAC wholesale and contractor distribution channel and because of the successful launch of Cimatec's 1-inch electronic Model 1500 air filter under a new brand name, "TOX BOX, the next generation electronic air purifier." TOX BOX was developed exclusively for the retail distribution channel.
More than 350 of Vancouver's plumbing and heating representatives attended the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating's (CIPH's) newest concept event - CIPHEX Roadshow 2005, a six-hour event with exhibits and workshops that was held in Vancouver on Nov. 9, 2005.
Follett Corp., Easton, Pa., manufacturer of ice storage, ice handling, and ice and beverage dispensing equipment, recently announced the appointment of three new rep groups to represent the company in Canada.
On Oct. 6, 2005 the Canadian federal government announced a series of measures that will address concerns about the impact of high energy costs. Included in these measures is the new High Efficiency Home Heating System Cost Relief Program.
On October 15, Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) held a meeting of the Risk Reduction Group (RRG), a committee set up to assess the risks involved in the pressure vessel-related activities engaged in by industry members, with the goal of scaling the compliance program to the real level of safety risk.
ClimateCare, a Canadian co-operative of independent residential HVAC contractors, announced that it has completed negotiations for a strategic partnership with International Service Leadership (ISL) of Nashville, Tenn., to provide comprehensive business and sales management training programs to heating and cooling contractors in Ontario.
Pierre Martin, president, Pro Kontrol, Laval, Quebec, was appointed chair of the Canadian Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Wholesalers (CHRAW) at the association's recent Annual General Meeting in Huntsville, Ontario.
In early September, a National Hydronics Forum, hosted by the Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC), was held with the purpose of exploring issues and barriers that currently exist in the hot water heating (hydronic) industry. A professional facilitator guided the discussion of 26 of the industry's key stakeholders.