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Last $105.61 USD
Change Today -1.11 / -1.04%
Volume 936.5K
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2140 Lake Park Boulevard

Richardson, TX 75080

United States

Phone: 972-497-5000

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industrial processes, including data centers, cogeneration, machine tooling, and other critical cooling applications. The company provides application engineering for consulting engineers, contractors, store planners, end customers and others to support the sale of commercial refrigeration products. In addition to providing complete refrigeration systems and display cases, it provides installations for its supermarket customers in Mexico. International In international markets, the company manufactures and markets refrigeration products, including condensing units, unit coolers, air-cooled condensers, fluid coolers, compressor racks, and industrial process chillers. In Australia and New Zealand, the company is the primary wholesale distribution business serving the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industry with approximately 70 locations serving its customers, which also includes the sale of refrigerant. In addition, it owns a 50% common stock interest in a joint venture in Mexico that produces unit coolers, air-cooled condensers, condensing units, compressors and compressor racks of the same design and quality as those manufactured by its U.S. business. This joint venture product line is complemented with imports from the U.S., which are sold through the joint venture's distribution network. Business Strategy The company’s business strategy is to sustain and expand its premium market position, as well as offer a full spectrum of products to meet its customers' needs. This strategy is supported by five strategic priorities, including innovative product and system solutions; manufacturing and sourcing excellence; distribution excellence; geographic expansion; and expense reduction. Marketing and Distribution The company’s products and services are sold through a combination of direct sales, distributors, and company-owned parts and supplies stores. It uses three different distribution approaches in this market, such as the company-owned distribution system, the independent distribution system, and direct sales to end-users. The company distributes its Lennox and Aire-Flo brands in a company-owned process directly to independent dealers that install these heating and cooling products, and sells its products directly to customers through its Lennox PartsPlus stores. It distributes its Armstrong Air, Ducane, Air-Ease, Concord, Magic-Pak, and ADP Advanced Distributor Products brands through the traditional independent distribution process pursuant to which it sells its products to distributors who, in turn, sell the products to installing contractors. The company’s products and services are sold through multiple distribution channels under various brand names. Seasonality The company’s sales and related segment profit tend to be seasonally higher in the second and third quarters of the year (year ending December 2014) because summer is the peak season for sales of air conditioning equipment and services in the U.S. and Canada. Competition Residential Heating & Cooling: The company competes with United Technologies Corp.; Ingersoll-Rand plc; Paloma Industries, Inc.; Johnson Controls, Inc.; Daikin Industries, Ltd.; and Nortek, Inc.. Commercial Heating & Cooling: The company competes with United Technologies Corp.; Ingersoll-Rand plc; Paloma Industries, Inc.; Johnson Controls, Inc.; Daikin Industries, Ltd.; Nortek, Inc.; and AAON, Inc. Refrigeration: The company competes with Hussmann Corporation; Rheem Manufacturing Company; Emerson Electric Co.; United Technologies Corp.; GEA Group; Alfa Laval; Guntner GmbH; and Panasonic Corp. Environmental Regulation The company’s operations are subject to evolving and often increasingly stringent international, federal, state, and local laws and regulations concerning the environment. Environmental laws that affect or could affect its domestic operations include the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act of 1987, as amended; the Energy Policy Act; the Clean Air Act; the Clean Water Act; the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act; the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act; the National

 

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