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.



Honeywell (Charlotte, North Carolina) announced that Danfoss (Baltimore, Maryland) will incorporate Honeywell’s Smart Refrigeration Solution into its cloud-based platform.

The Greenheck Group (Schofield, Wisconsin) signed a letter of intent to acquire Metal Industries (Clearwater, Florida).

DiversiTech Corp. (Atlanta) acquired SpeedClean (Stamford, Connecticut).

Haberberger Inc. announced that Steve Haberberger, Jr., succeeded Neil Haberberger as president and CEO, effective Jan. 1, 2021.

Goodman Distribution Inc. (Houston) purchased Robinson Plumbing & Heating Supply Co. Inc. (Fall River, Massachusetts).

Dr. Thomas Troeger

Dr. Thomas Troeger

REHAU (Leesburg, Virginia) promoted Dr. Thomas Troeger from chief marketing officer to CEO of the Americas region.

AAON (Tusla, Oklahoma) was named as one of Oklahoma Magazine’s 2020 Great Companies to Work For.

Victaulic named Rick Bucher as CEO, succeeding John Malloy, effective Jan. 31.



Air Pros Residential and Commercial Air Conditioning Services (Fort Myers, Florida) acquired One Source Home Service (Colorado Springs, Colorado).

Kim Miramontes

Kim Miramontes

Goettl Air Conditioning and Plumbing (Tempe, Arizona) named its chief financial officer Kim Miramontes to chief operations officer.

Neighborly (Waco, Texas) was named to Inc.’s inaugural Best in Business list in the Enduring Impact category.

Southern HVAC Corporation (Maitland, Florida) acquired Cunningham Associates Heating & Air Conditioning (Atlanta, Georgia).

CoolSys (Brea, California) acquired C.E. Holt Refrigeration Inc. (Charlotte, North Carolina).



Wiegmann Associates celebrated its 25th anniversary.



The ESCO Institute named Jason Obrzut director of industry standards and relations.

Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) International Inc. elected four new members to its board of directors: Jürgen Albig, Charlie Black, Asokdas M. Damodaran, and Mark Saunders.