FYI: News Briefs in HVAC - December 16, 2019
For your information news briefs from a wide variety of categories within the HVAC industry. Price increases, mergers and acquisitions, award winners, and more are highlighted here each week.
Goodman Manufacturing Company L.P. (Waller, Texas) will raise prices up to 6 percent on its indoor comfort products, effective February 1, 2020. All serialized products will be affected by the price increase.
Johnson Controls (Milwaukee) acquired the EasyIO (Singapore) Building and Energy Management System (BEMS) product line.
Miura Boilers (Rockmart, Georgia) celebrated its 60th anniversary with the launch of a new website.
The Whalen Company (Easton, Maryland) announced Gritton & Associates (Las Vegas) as its manufacturer’s representative for its Las Vegas territory.
AAON Inc. (Tulsa, Oklahoma) has been named one of Oklahoma Magazine’s Great Companies to Work For
Triangle Tube (West Deptford, New Jersey) named Ray Parent Northeast territory sales manager.
Hoshizaki America Inc. (Peachtree City, Georgia) announced Ken Hardisty’s retirement, and named Jon O’Hern vice president of distributor sales.
Trane (Davidson, North Carolina) recognized SL Green Realty Corp. (New York) with an Energy Efficiency Leader Award.
Blauch Brothers Inc. (Harrisonburg, Virginia) received The Unified Group’s 2019 Making the Difference Award.
Pueblo Mechanical & Controls (Phoenix) acquired Niemeyer Brothers Plumbing Inc. (Phoenix).
Uponor North America (Apple Valley, Minnesota) was honored by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Steve Grove, commissioner, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, with the International Trade Award for Foreign Direct Investment.
North Park Innovations Group Inc. (Ellicottville, New York) added the DDC Support Services (Goldendale, Washington) line of building automation systems HVACR controls simulators and curriculum to its iConnect Training Unit product line.
Johnstone Supply-Woburn Group (Woburn, Massachusetts) debuted its new showroom in Woburn. The new store location provides 30 percent more square footage than its previous building.
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