Heatcraft Finalist in Georgia Governor’s International Awards

Stone Mountain, GA, October 29, 2013 – Heatcraft Worldwide Refrigeration, a leading global provider of commercial refrigeration components, systems and merchandise display cases, received special recognition on October 3, 2013, as a finalist in the International Trade category for Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2013 Governor’s International Awards in partnership with World Trade Center Atlanta. During the evening, companies and individuals from the Georgia business community were lauded for making an impact worldwide by exporting innovation and by bringing international investment dollars to the local economy.

“Heatcraft was honored to be selected as one of three finalists for this prestigious award. At Heatcraft we value the benefits of international trade and technology development in many ways,” said Larry Golen, Vice President and General Manager of Heatcraft North America. “As a division of Lennox International, Heatcraft drives refrigeration technology and application development within our Georgia-based North America business resulting in these developments being applied not only within our North American business, but all of our geographic regions around the world.”

Heatcraft refrigeration products are engineered and manufactured in its three Georgia facilities and are exported to international markets, such as Mexico, Canada, Central America, Asia, Europe and South America. The success of Heatcraft products are the result of the company’s commitment to manufacture innovative, sustainable, energy-efficient refrigeration products that preserve food and other perishables that are used by industry leaders in supermarkets, convenience stores, restaurants, warehouses and distribution centers worldwide.

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