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Trane Opens New Locations

November 10, 2008
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. - In an effort to cut contractor travel time, Trane continues to open parts locations in all major markets in North America. So far in 2008, the company has opened nine new stores and relocated six across the United States and Canada. This network of retail locations is intended to help contractors find the parts needed, when they are needed, said the company.

The new Trane HVAC Parts & Supplies retail stores are located in the following locations: Kelowna, British Columbia; Escondido, Calif.; Long Beach, Calif.; Brookfield, Conn.; Hudson, Fla.; Bloomington, Ind.; Dalesville, Ind.; Uniontown, Ohio; and Holland, Ohio. Relocation branches are located in the following locations: Norwalk, Conn.; Sarasota, Fla.; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Louisville, Ky.; Gaithersburg, Md.; and Wyoming, Mich.

Major market areas across North America were researched to identify the highest priority areas to ensure the parts centers are strategically located and readily accessible to contractors and technicians. Each store carries a full line of Trane OEM parts, controls and supplies, HVAC parts and supplies, and tools. Some brands include: Bacharach, Brute, Titan, Copeland, Fluke, General Electric, Kele Controls, Klein Tools, and White-Rodgers.

“Trane is the single-source provider for all of your HVAC parts needs,” said the company. “We make our customers more productive and competitive because we have the right parts, the right advice, in the right places, at the right time.”

For more information, visit www.trane.com.

Publication date: 11/10/2008

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