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27 July 2005

Henry finds new owners

HENRY Technologies has been acquired by US private equity company Hendricks Holdings for an undisclosed sum.
Henry, headquartered in Woodstock, Illinois, is a 91-year-old privately-owned manufacturer of components used in commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning applications and sold under the Henry Valve, AC&R and Chil-Con brand names. Henry has manufacturing locations in the USA, Canada and Glasgow.

The new owner is an international private equity company located in Beloit, Wisconsin. Hendricks Holdings was formed to manage the private equity investing of Ken and Diane Hendricks, founders of ABC Supply Co, a multi-billion dollar US distributor of exterior building materials.

World Refrigeration Day

Industry has embraced the inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) with events happening all over the world....

  25-Jun-2019

Vaisala probes facilitate roll-out of environmentally friendly refrigeration

Supermarkets all over Australia and New Zealand are benefiting from advanced CO2 monitors as new natural refrigeration systems are installed in the fight against climate change....

  15-Nov-2019

Fridge Freezer Direct Introduces J & E Hall's range of Cellar Cooling

Reliable and energy efficient, the JCC range of cellar coolers are designed to be used in wine and beer cellars above or below ground.
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