Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc. manufactures heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration solutions for residential, industrial, and commercial applications. It offers AC drives, bearings, belt drives, ceiling fans, compressors, condensing units, controls, communicating systems, motors, software, system protectors, thermostats, and valves. The company serves residential, air conditioning, ceiling fans, heating, commercial, box retail, convenience stores, foodservice, medical, office buildings, schools, supermarket, and transport markets. The company was founded in 1971 and is based in Sidney, Ohio with subsidiaries in Rushville, Indiana; and Hartselle, Alabama. It also has pl...
1675 West Campbell Road
Sidney, OH 45365-0669
Founded in 1971
Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc. Announces Management Changes
Jan 19 15
Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc. announced that Edward L. (Ed) Monser will remain president of Emerson and continue to manage the company's international business development and growth strategies and global shared service organizations. International sales represented 58% of the company's fiscal 2014 revenue. Robert T. (Bob) Sharp has been appointed executive vice president and business leader for Emerson Climate Technologies. Sharp has been serving as vice president of profit planning for Emerson and most recently led the development and implementation of the company's Perfect Execution strategy. Frank L. Steeves, executive vice president, secretary and general counsel for Emerson, will also become a member of the company's Office of Chief Executive. Steeves has been Emerson's chief legal officer since 2007. Prior to joining Emerson, Steeves represented the company and many of its businesses as an outside attorney for nearly 20 years.
Emerson Climate Technologies Appoints Ed Purvis as Chief Operating Officer
Jan 13 15
Emerson Climate Technologies announced Ed Purvis, business leader president for Emerson Climate Technologies since 2008, has been appointed chief operating officer for Emerson, effective Feb. 3, 2015.
Emerson Climate Technologies to Spend $20 Million to Build a New Innovation Center on University of Dayton's Campus
Jul 30 14
Emerson Climate Technologies will spend $20 million to build a new innovation center on University of Dayton's campus. The 40,000-square-foot center will employ as many as 50 people and is slated to be complete late next year. The center will focus on research and education for the global heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) industry.