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VERNON HILLS, ILL.—Ali Group North America announced that it has reorganized its refrigeration segment in North America by creating a new “Refrigeration Division.” The new Division will support and promote Ali Group North America’s two refrigeration brands, Beverage-Air and Victory Refrigeration, while also allowing both brands to maintain their respective identities.
WOODRIDGE, ILL.—Danze, Inc., a manufacturer of plumbing products, was recently a partner in the renovation of Give Kids the World Village in Kissimmee, Fla. Give Kids The World Village is a 70-acre, nonprofit “story-book” resort in central Florida. Children with life-threatening illnesses and their families are treated to week-long, cost-free vacations, complete with accommodations, donated attraction tickets, meals and more.
RIPON, WIS.—IPSO now provides on-premises laundry (OPL) managers with the IT200, a 200-pound tumble dryer, to complement the 140-, 165- and 175-pound washer-extractors. On-premises laundry employees can now improve throughput with the extra capacity and have the added benefit of the intuitive OPTimum technology.
NOTTINGHAM, PA.—Zandur exists to provide products that meet their three core product principles of sustainability, design and simplicity. In keeping with these principles, Zandur introduces a new line of solid rubber flooring named Flex.
NEW YORK—Greenwood Energy, the North American renewable energy division of the Libra Group, announced the installation of a 500-kilowatt (kW) combined heat and power (CHP) plant at the Millennium Hilton Hotel in Lower Manhattan. This is the first CHP plant Greenwood has developed for Millennium Hotel and Resorts in New York City, and Greenwood is currently developing an additional plant at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in Times Square.
DUSSELDORF, GERMANY—GROHE, a leading bathroom fittings manufacturer, recently teamed up with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group to organize a shared workshop at their headquarters in Dusseldorf. For the first time partners from the fields of hospitality, hotel technology, architecture and design met to examine how water is used holistically in the hotel industry.
RALEIGH, N.C.—eWater Advantage, a leading integrator of chemical-free cleaning which replaces harsh and hazardous cleaning and sanitizing chemicals announced strategic relationships with two companies—GenEon Technologies of San Antonio, Texas, and Radical Waters of Johannesburg, South Africa. Adding to their existing distribution for Hoshizaki America, these new alliances bring a broader range of technology solutions and market expertise to eWater Advantage.
ATLANTA—When it comes to the how-to of measuring a building’s energy use, there is much to take into consideration. Are the measurements of a building’s area—used in the equation to derive energy use per square foot—to be taken from the exterior dimensions or to the centerline of the wall? Since they are normally unoccupied, are storage spaces to be included or not?
TRAVELERS REST, S.C.—T&S Brass and Bronze Works, manufacturer of commercial plumbing and foodservice products for a worldwide market, announced that six of its high-efficiency pre-rinse spray valves have been selected for WaterSense labeling by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The agency recently announced eight recommended spray valves, six of which are manufactured by T&S Brass.
CHICAGO—Cintas Corp., the largest uniform supplier in North America, has introduced its 2014 Uniform Collection. The Uniform Collection features more than 70 new colors and styles and is the first collection to include shoes and branded promotional products. Together with the company’s new website, the Uniform Collection offers retail-inspired apparel and products for professionals in multiple industries, including healthcare, gaming, hospitality and foodservice.
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