On Nov. 13th, Midea CAC Global Strategic Partner Conference was held in Sydney, Australia. Most of the key partners from China and overseas markets who are of great importance to Midea brand promotion and Midea HVAC business joined in the conference. Mr. Eric Tian, Partner of Midea Group and General Manager of Midea CAC delivered the welcome speech named “Faith in a Seed”, shared Midea CAC development from 1999 to 2018 and made a clear strategy for 2019.
Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) members’ average sales increased 12.1 percent in September, according to the association’s monthly TRENDS report. The average annualized growth for the 12 months through September 2018 registered at 9.8 percent.
Effective October 1, 2018, Kevin Fonville was be transitioned to the Southeast Commercial District as a Commercial Territory Manager for the metro Atlanta market.
IAC Supply Solutions Inc. is now a full-line distributor for Garr Tool Co., a manufacturer of carbide cutting tools and related products. Garr Tool Co. is an American manufacturer of carbide cutting tools, including end mills, drills, reamers, and rotary files.
Raising the bar in lighting performance, operational efficiency and employee safety, Emerson today launched the Appleton™ Contender™ LED, an extra low-profile enclosed and gasketed LED luminaire that brings energy and maintenance savings of up to 65 percent to challenging low clearance areas, such as walkways, catwalks, stairwells and tunnels.
Colin Hall (47) was appointed to the Supervisory Board of GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft by order of the Düsseldorf local court. Colin Hall, an American national, is Head of Investments at Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBL), simultaneously holding the position of CEO at Sienna Capital, a 100 percent subsidiary of GBL. He succeeds Prof. Dr. Ing. Werner J. Bauer (67), who resigned from the Supervisory Board for personal reasons as of November 12, 2018.
Those who are the WeChat Moments lover must know that a big event has taken place in MIB headquarter recently. The richness and intensity of the activity surprise everyone, including me as an organizer.
Earlier this morning it was snowing here in Kansas City. It wasn’t anything major like the weather forecasters would have you believe, but there was still enough to accumulate and to slow down traffic. Luckily, I didn’t have work today and was able to stay home anyways. As I sipped on some hot cocoa I stared out the living room window at the corn field across the street. I could see the snow falling and as the snow fell I began to think about refrigerant. Yes, you heard me right.