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DENSO Foundation Awards Nearly $1 Million in STEM Education Grants to 25 North American Colleges and Universities

DENSO, one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers of technology and components, constantly searches for ways to increase young people’s access to technical education and help develop tomorrow’s workforce. Aiding this effort, the company’s philanthropic arm – DENSO North America Foundation (DNAF) – today announced it will donate nearly $1 million in overall funding to 25 institutions of higher learning across North America to support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) educational programming. These grants… Read More

James Bowman, Industry Veteran, Joins NAVAC as Regional Sales Manager, HVAC Tools

James Bowman, a 20-year industry veteran, has joined NAVAC North America as Regional Sales Manager, HVAC Tools. Mr. Bowman will oversee the company’s central sales region, which includes the states of NM, TX, LA, MS, AR, OK, WV, OH, IN, MI, IL, WS, MN, ND, SD, NE, KS, MO, and IA. James Bowman A global manufacturer of industrial vacuum solutions and HVAC/R tools, NAVAC recently launched North American operations in New Jersey with the goal… Read More

M&A Supply’s Sam Glendenning Named Ruud DSC Trainer of the Year

M&A Supply Company, Inc. is proud to announce our Tech Representative, Sam Glendenning, had the honor of receiving the Ruud DSC (Distributor Service Coordinator) Trainer of the Year Award which included all Distributors of the entire country. Sam also won a second award for Region 14. Left to right: Adam Schuster, Regional Support Mgr, Rheem Mfg; Sam Glendenning, Technical Rep, M&A Supply; Floyd Lively, District Technical Rep, Ruud; and Ed Lightner, Product Support Mgr, Rheem… Read More

CenterPoint Energy Gears Up for Hurricane Season

Hurricane season officially began recently, and just as CenterPoint Energy has an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) should a hurricane strike, the company urges customers to have their own emergency plan as well, particularly if they depend on electricity for life-sustaining equipment. “No two storms are alike, which makes it difficult to forecast what the exact damage to our electric system could be and how long outages could last,” said Steve Greenley, vice president of Distribution… Read More