Expanding into Tulsa will create jobs and better serve customers
September 19, 2017
At a Sept. 7 ceremony in Tulsa, Oklahoma, representatives from Greenheck, the city of Tulsa, the state of Oklahoma, and the Cherokee Nation were on hand for the groundbreaking of Greenheck’s new Tulsa campus.
Loren Cook Co., a manufacturer of commercial fans and blowers, was chosen to host President Donald Trump during his visit to Springfield on Wednesday, Aug. 30. The company was chosen for its commitment to U.S. manufacturing jobs for over 75 years.
While some are talking about building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) is embarking on a plan to bring the HVACR distributors from the two countries together. An official name has yet to be determined, but HARDI wants to build a similar association in Mexico for Mexican HVACR distributors.
The future of HVACR will be on display in January when hundreds of new and upgraded products and technologies for the industry will be featured at the 2018 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) in Chicago.
ACCA lauded action by the Eastern District Court of Texas striking down the Obama administration’s overtime rule, which would have required employers to pay overtime to most salaried workers earning less than $47,476 annually, a drastic increase from the current annual salary limit of $23,660.
ACCA has announced that Billy Edwards passed away in Fairview, Texas. Edwards served as ACCA’s chief elected board officer in 1989 and was employed for many years at TDIndustries, a Texas-based construction and facilities services company, serving on the company’s board of directors from 1971-2000.