Hunter Establishes Its Industrial Fan Business in Nashville
Fan company brings its expertise to the commercial and industrial market
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Hunter Industrial, a division of Hunter Fan Co., announced it is launching its business headquarters and production center in Nashville, Tennessee. Hunter Industrial produces high-velocity, low-speed (HVLS) fans for commercial and industrial applications. With its parent company located in Memphis, Hunter said it is committed to keeping the Hunter brand and legacy within the state of Tennessee.
“With Nashville being a major hub for many manufacturing businesses, we believe that Hunter Industrial is a natural fit for the city,” said Jeff Bredeson, general manager of Hunter Industrial. “We are excited to expand our business and our team of employees here in the state of Tennessee.”
Hunter Industrial currently occupies a 30,000-square-foot manufacturing facility close to the Nashville Airport and will create up to 50 new jobs in the Nashville market within the next five years.
The debut product from Hunter Industrial is the Titan Industrial Fan — said to be one of the lightest, sleekest, and most efficient HVLS fans on the market. The Titan fan has already been installed in a number of industrial buildings throughout Nashville, including Yazoo Brewery, the Second Harvest Food Bank, and the Nashville Farmer’s Market.
“Here at Hunter, we are experts at ceiling fans. We invented the first ceiling fans in the late 1800s and are now bringing a superior product to the industrial market,” said John Alexander, CEO of Hunter. “Our strong expertise and track record for innovation should allow our brand to perform well in the industrial and commercial segments.”
For more information about Hunter Industrial, visit www.hunterindustrialfan.com.
Publication date: 6/28/2016