Meier Supply Company is a wholesale distributor of HVACR products
January 10, 2017
Meier Supply Company President, Frank Meier, recently accepted two top awards from Emerson Climate Technologies. Alan Byers, regional sales manager, presented the Peak Performance and Signature awards at the corporate offices in Conklin, New York.
The board of directors of Blackman Plumbing Supply Co. Inc, a leading regional supplier of plumbing and heating products, has announced the election of Robert Mannheimer as chairman of the board. Mannheimer will continue in his role as president and chief executive officer.
The Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating (CIPH) recently released the Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Piping (PHCP) Wholesalers’ Sales Report for January 2012. The report reveals wholesalers’ sales were up 2.8 percent in January compared to January 2011.
The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) is reporting total plumbing, PVF/industrial, waterworks, hydronics, and HVACR estimated sales increased 3.6 percent for the month of November 2011 when compared to 2010.
Comfort Supply, a Nashville-based wholesaler of Ruud HVAC products, has teamed up with KB Watson Enterprises to provide contractors with a suite of cloud-based calculators designed to simplify the most common tasks performed by HVAC comfort advisors, system designers, installers, and service technicians.
Emerson Climate Technologies Inc. recently acknowledged its top-performing wholesalers for outstanding sales performance in 2011. Exceptional wholesalers were presented awards in four different sales categories: Peak Performance, Summit, Signature, and Center Stage.
In a somewhat slightly obscure location along the shores of Little Bay De Noc, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.), this town of approximately 12,000 hardy people like their hockey. According to Charlie Elliott, these people who call themselves Yoopers, also like air conditioning and heating too.
If we look too far back, we could say that the greatest innovations in HVACR wholesale-distribution came from something as big as the end of World War II. We decided to look back a more reasonable 20 years.