Industry Roundup: News from the Manufacturers
Marvair takes its show on the road; AVEVA and Cooper B-Line team up; Phoenix Contact opens a Houston custom center; and more.
Marvair , Cordele, Ga., is takingits business on the road hitting major cities in the Southeast and Midwest and along the eastern seaboard in a multi-state sales blitz to personally connect with school systems, architects and consulting engineers on the advantages of the Scholar III heat pumps and air conditioners.
AVEVA, Houston, Texas, a provider of plant design and engineering lifecycle solutions, and Cooper B-Line , producer of Cable Tray products, have announced the availability of the initial release of Cooper B-Line cable tray catalogue and specifications in AVEVA's 3D Plant Design Management System (PDMS) format.
Distributed Energy Systems Corp. Wallingford, Conn., is now officially using the Distributed Energy Systems name as its brand throughout the company, in part reflecting the reorganization it announced earlier this year. The announcement officially marked the combining of its two subsidiaries—Northern Power Systems and Proton Energy Systems.
ITT , Morton Grove, Ill., has named John Williamson as president of its residential and commercial water (R&CW) value center. Williamson succeeds Gretchen McClain, who has been promoted to President of ITT Fluid Technology Corporation.
Phoenix Contact , manufacturer of electrical connection, electronic interface and industrial automation technologies, opened a Customer Technology Center in Houston, Texas.