Aspen Pumps, HRS Heat Exchangers and Lawton Tube have been named in the UK’s top 200 fastest-growing firms for international sales.
They feature in the 10th annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table, which ranks independent UK companies according to international sales growth over the last two years.
Growing demand for saving energy in the USA is driving demand for VRF (variable refrigerant flow) based commercial air conditioning systems, according to a recent report by market research company, TMR.
Emerson has opened an €8 million heating and cooling technology laboratory centre in Aachen, Germany to help meet increasingly demanding energy efficient requirements.
Swedish ACR firm, Beijer Ref, announced that it has won their first order for a transcritical carbon dioxide (CO2) cooling from a supermarket in New Zealand.
The order came via its subsidiary Patton and marks Beijer Ref's ambitions to be a leader when it comes to low-GWP refrigerants.
Italian company, SCM Frigo (owned by Beijer Ref), will make and install the CO2 rack for the retail chain in New Zealand. The innovative design is a so-called 'plug 'n play' system with an integrated gas cooler in the outdoor frame. That makes it easy and simple to install.
LG Electronics appointed Kevin McNamara to lead the sales and operations of its air conditioning business in the USA, the company announced this week.
Kevin runs LG's commercial, domestic and applied air conditioning business in the USA. He joined the company in 2011 as vice president of its commercial air conditioning operation. He has has been in the industry for over 30 years, having worked for industry brands including Carrier, Trane, York, Honeywell and McQuay (Daikin Applied).