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Bitzer opens new plant in Atlanta

Bitzer US has been manufacturing products in Atlanta for the North American market since 2005. Growth in output has been very positive, with annual production levels increasing tenfold by 2012. Having reached its capacity, the company therefore decided to construct a new company building in the immediate vicinity of the existing factory.
The opening ceremony was held in March 2012, and by the end of the year the machines in the new building were installed and commissioned.
The 9,000sqm factory was built on a 32,000sqm plot of land belonging to Bitzer US where a total of 130 employees work to produce reciprocating compressors.
The short distance to the existing premises is a major advantage as here the company is establishing a training and development centre. The old site is also used to manufacture pressure vessels as well as shell and tube heat exchangers.

Coronavirus industry update

UPDATED 22 April: In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are issuing statements regarding their operations as the situation evolves. The most up to date information from each company is listed below and ...

  25-Mar-2020

Systemair offers Eurovent Certified Performance for hygienic AHUs

Systemair is now offering a Eurovent Certified Performance option for “Hygienic Air Handling Units” (HAHU) as a brand-new feature in all Geniox air handling units (AHUs) in addition to its VDI6022-1 certification. The Swedish multinational ...

  16-Dec-2020

Panasonic Air to Water, RAC, PAC & VRF Training from AMP now available on demand

We've added air to water training to highly popular HVAC and heat pump courses.
  14-Jan-2021
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